Calendar

Mar
28
Sat
BPA Baseball World Series Qualifier @ Panther Creek and Jack Fisher Parks
Mar 28 – Mar 29 all-day
Mar
29
Sun
The Tot, The Teen, and the Wardrobe Spring and Summer Consignment Sale
Mar 29 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

It’s back! This huge consignment sale has served Owensboro for 10 years. The Public Sale opens Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a Half Off Sale on Sunday March 29th from 12-3 p.m. Over 45,000 items from 300 consignors including items for babies, tots, kids, teens, and adults, furniture and home décor, music, games, books, movies, sports equipment, toys, and more! For more information visit www.ttwky.com, find us on Facebook, or call 270-316-2732 or 270-993-7532.

53rd Annual Art Guild Juried Exhibition
Mar 29 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art celebrates the works of local and regional artists who will compete for awards in a showcase of painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the Owensboro Art Guild’s 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition. One of the oldest continuing artists’ organizations in Kentucky, the guild promotes the works of Owensboro artists and is an advocacy organization promoting the importance of the visual arts to education and cultural tourism.

http://www.omfa.us

270-685-3181

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art Exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey @ St. Meinrad Archabbey
Mar 29 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art, an exhibition of paintings and
sculpture from the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art,
will open at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, Ind.,
Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 p.m.
The exhibition presents two dozen works of art in a religious genre from the
museum’s extensive collection of American Folk Art.  Paintings depicting
biblical stories and events, complemented by miniature dioramas, walking
sticks and bas reliefs, represent the visual arts expressions of artists
working outside academic traditions.
The exhibition features some of Kentucky’s most celebrated naïve artists and
craftsmen, including members of three nationally prominent folk art
producing families, the Coopers, Lewises and Kinneys.
Among the artists are Ronald Cooper and his wife Jessie, who carve and paint
three-dimensional allegories of the temptations of mankind; Junior Lewis,
whose multi-figured sculpture depicts subjects such as The Last Supper and
David slaying Goliath;  and Carl McKenzie (1905 – 1988), who recreates the
story of Noah and the ark in a bas relief.
Also featured are Owensboro canemaker Gary L. Hargis, and E. Lex Shipley
(1924 – 1993), a prolific painter whose works have been compared by art
critics to the German Expressionists.
The exhibition from the OMFA featuring works by contemporary Kentucky folk
artists is a component in the museum’s plans to establish a regional center
for the visual arts which shares exhibitions, programming and educational
resources with smaller museums and arts organizations throughout the region.
The reformatted museum will be known as the Western Kentucky Center for the
Visual Arts.
In addition to loaned exhibitions, the museum offers a broad menu of
educational programming to regional school systems.  Included is a library
of traveling suitcases call A Case for Art, featuring mini-exhibitions on a
variety of topics, such as the American frontier, Native American and
Appalachian Folk Art, and artistic traditions of Africa, Australia, Japan
and Spain.
Opportunities are available for teachers in regional school systems to
reserve the museum’s Young at Art Gallery for exhibitions of art produced in
their classes.  Teachers may make arrangements for use of the gallery by
contacting the museum and presenting a proposal of the number of works to be
displayed and the preferred exhibition dates.
The exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery will continue
through April 28.  The Archabbey is located at 200 Hill Drive in St.
Meinrad, Ind. and can be reached at 812-357-6398 or library@saintmeinrad.edu

 

Ohio Valley Will Graham Celebration Prayer Walk @ Walnut Memorial Church
Mar 29 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

A prayer walk that will begin at Walnut Memorial and make serveral stops throughout downtown including Cap Gardner Park, OPD, First Baptist, and conclude at Eaton Memorial.

Mar
30
Mon
DCPL Meal Planning Classes @ Daviess County Public Library
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

More Bang for Your Buck

DCPL Public Lounge

Melissa Webb from the Extension Office will be teaching us how to stretch our food dollars wisely.  She will bring in multiple sale ads to help us find the best price!

Owensboro Duplicate Bridge Club @ Chase Bank
Mar 30 @ 6:30 pm

Description:  Games are open to all duplicate players.

Mar
31
Tue
53rd Annual Art Guild Juried Exhibition
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art celebrates the works of local and regional artists who will compete for awards in a showcase of painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the Owensboro Art Guild’s 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition. One of the oldest continuing artists’ organizations in Kentucky, the guild promotes the works of Owensboro artists and is an advocacy organization promoting the importance of the visual arts to education and cultural tourism.

http://www.omfa.us

270-685-3181

Social Bridge Game @ Munday Activities Center
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am

Social bridge groups play each week at the Munday Activities Center.  Games begin at 10 a.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday in the card room.

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art Exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey @ St. Meinrad Archabbey
Mar 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art, an exhibition of paintings and
sculpture from the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art,
will open at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, Ind.,
Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 p.m.
The exhibition presents two dozen works of art in a religious genre from the
museum’s extensive collection of American Folk Art.  Paintings depicting
biblical stories and events, complemented by miniature dioramas, walking
sticks and bas reliefs, represent the visual arts expressions of artists
working outside academic traditions.
The exhibition features some of Kentucky’s most celebrated naïve artists and
craftsmen, including members of three nationally prominent folk art
producing families, the Coopers, Lewises and Kinneys.
Among the artists are Ronald Cooper and his wife Jessie, who carve and paint
three-dimensional allegories of the temptations of mankind; Junior Lewis,
whose multi-figured sculpture depicts subjects such as The Last Supper and
David slaying Goliath;  and Carl McKenzie (1905 – 1988), who recreates the
story of Noah and the ark in a bas relief.
Also featured are Owensboro canemaker Gary L. Hargis, and E. Lex Shipley
(1924 – 1993), a prolific painter whose works have been compared by art
critics to the German Expressionists.
The exhibition from the OMFA featuring works by contemporary Kentucky folk
artists is a component in the museum’s plans to establish a regional center
for the visual arts which shares exhibitions, programming and educational
resources with smaller museums and arts organizations throughout the region.
The reformatted museum will be known as the Western Kentucky Center for the
Visual Arts.
In addition to loaned exhibitions, the museum offers a broad menu of
educational programming to regional school systems.  Included is a library
of traveling suitcases call A Case for Art, featuring mini-exhibitions on a
variety of topics, such as the American frontier, Native American and
Appalachian Folk Art, and artistic traditions of Africa, Australia, Japan
and Spain.
Opportunities are available for teachers in regional school systems to
reserve the museum’s Young at Art Gallery for exhibitions of art produced in
their classes.  Teachers may make arrangements for use of the gallery by
contacting the museum and presenting a proposal of the number of works to be
displayed and the preferred exhibition dates.
The exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery will continue
through April 28.  The Archabbey is located at 200 Hill Drive in St.
Meinrad, Ind. and can be reached at 812-357-6398 or library@saintmeinrad.edu

Apr
1
Wed
53rd Annual Art Guild Juried Exhibition
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art celebrates the works of local and regional artists who will compete for awards in a showcase of painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the Owensboro Art Guild’s 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition. One of the oldest continuing artists’ organizations in Kentucky, the guild promotes the works of Owensboro artists and is an advocacy organization promoting the importance of the visual arts to education and cultural tourism.

http://www.omfa.us

270-685-3181

Social Bridge Game @ Munday Activities Center
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am

Social bridge groups play each week at the Munday Activities Center.  Games begin at 10 a.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday in the card room.

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art Exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey @ St. Meinrad Archabbey
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art, an exhibition of paintings and
sculpture from the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art,
will open at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, Ind.,
Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 p.m.
The exhibition presents two dozen works of art in a religious genre from the
museum’s extensive collection of American Folk Art.  Paintings depicting
biblical stories and events, complemented by miniature dioramas, walking
sticks and bas reliefs, represent the visual arts expressions of artists
working outside academic traditions.
The exhibition features some of Kentucky’s most celebrated naïve artists and
craftsmen, including members of three nationally prominent folk art
producing families, the Coopers, Lewises and Kinneys.
Among the artists are Ronald Cooper and his wife Jessie, who carve and paint
three-dimensional allegories of the temptations of mankind; Junior Lewis,
whose multi-figured sculpture depicts subjects such as The Last Supper and
David slaying Goliath;  and Carl McKenzie (1905 – 1988), who recreates the
story of Noah and the ark in a bas relief.
Also featured are Owensboro canemaker Gary L. Hargis, and E. Lex Shipley
(1924 – 1993), a prolific painter whose works have been compared by art
critics to the German Expressionists.
The exhibition from the OMFA featuring works by contemporary Kentucky folk
artists is a component in the museum’s plans to establish a regional center
for the visual arts which shares exhibitions, programming and educational
resources with smaller museums and arts organizations throughout the region.
The reformatted museum will be known as the Western Kentucky Center for the
Visual Arts.
In addition to loaned exhibitions, the museum offers a broad menu of
educational programming to regional school systems.  Included is a library
of traveling suitcases call A Case for Art, featuring mini-exhibitions on a
variety of topics, such as the American frontier, Native American and
Appalachian Folk Art, and artistic traditions of Africa, Australia, Japan
and Spain.
Opportunities are available for teachers in regional school systems to
reserve the museum’s Young at Art Gallery for exhibitions of art produced in
their classes.  Teachers may make arrangements for use of the gallery by
contacting the museum and presenting a proposal of the number of works to be
displayed and the preferred exhibition dates.
The exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery will continue
through April 28.  The Archabbey is located at 200 Hill Drive in St.
Meinrad, Ind. and can be reached at 812-357-6398 or library@saintmeinrad.edu

Welborn Floral’s 2015 Prom Open House @ Welborn Floral and Events
Apr 1 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Welborn Floral's 2015 Prom Open House @ Welborn Floral and Events | Owensboro | Kentucky | United States

2015 Prom Open House

Stop in during our Prom Open House to see what’s trending in fresh floral design for Prom 2015. This year we’ll be featuring a bouquet and corsage bar where you’ll have the option to select your own ribbon, flowers, and adornment. Designers will be on hand so bring a photo of your dress and together we’ll create a floral design that’s totally unique and personalized. We’ll have refreshments, games, & giveaways. Visit the Welborn Floral and Events Facebook page for Open House Specials all month and follow us on Pinterest pinterest.com/welbornevents to get inspired!

Apr
2
Thu
53rd Annual Art Guild Juried Exhibition
Apr 2 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art celebrates the works of local and regional artists who will compete for awards in a showcase of painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the Owensboro Art Guild’s 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition. One of the oldest continuing artists’ organizations in Kentucky, the guild promotes the works of Owensboro artists and is an advocacy organization promoting the importance of the visual arts to education and cultural tourism.

http://www.omfa.us

270-685-3181

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art Exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey @ St. Meinrad Archabbey
Apr 2 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art, an exhibition of paintings and
sculpture from the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art,
will open at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, Ind.,
Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 p.m.
The exhibition presents two dozen works of art in a religious genre from the
museum’s extensive collection of American Folk Art.  Paintings depicting
biblical stories and events, complemented by miniature dioramas, walking
sticks and bas reliefs, represent the visual arts expressions of artists
working outside academic traditions.
The exhibition features some of Kentucky’s most celebrated naïve artists and
craftsmen, including members of three nationally prominent folk art
producing families, the Coopers, Lewises and Kinneys.
Among the artists are Ronald Cooper and his wife Jessie, who carve and paint
three-dimensional allegories of the temptations of mankind; Junior Lewis,
whose multi-figured sculpture depicts subjects such as The Last Supper and
David slaying Goliath;  and Carl McKenzie (1905 – 1988), who recreates the
story of Noah and the ark in a bas relief.
Also featured are Owensboro canemaker Gary L. Hargis, and E. Lex Shipley
(1924 – 1993), a prolific painter whose works have been compared by art
critics to the German Expressionists.
The exhibition from the OMFA featuring works by contemporary Kentucky folk
artists is a component in the museum’s plans to establish a regional center
for the visual arts which shares exhibitions, programming and educational
resources with smaller museums and arts organizations throughout the region.
The reformatted museum will be known as the Western Kentucky Center for the
Visual Arts.
In addition to loaned exhibitions, the museum offers a broad menu of
educational programming to regional school systems.  Included is a library
of traveling suitcases call A Case for Art, featuring mini-exhibitions on a
variety of topics, such as the American frontier, Native American and
Appalachian Folk Art, and artistic traditions of Africa, Australia, Japan
and Spain.
Opportunities are available for teachers in regional school systems to
reserve the museum’s Young at Art Gallery for exhibitions of art produced in
their classes.  Teachers may make arrangements for use of the gallery by
contacting the museum and presenting a proposal of the number of works to be
displayed and the preferred exhibition dates.
The exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery will continue
through April 28.  The Archabbey is located at 200 Hill Drive in St.
Meinrad, Ind. and can be reached at 812-357-6398 or library@saintmeinrad.edu

Trivia Night
Apr 2 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Get a team together and test your trivia skills.

For more information, contact Gambrinus at 270-685-5464.

Apr
3
Fri
53rd Annual Art Guild Juried Exhibition
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art celebrates the works of local and regional artists who will compete for awards in a showcase of painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the Owensboro Art Guild’s 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition. One of the oldest continuing artists’ organizations in Kentucky, the guild promotes the works of Owensboro artists and is an advocacy organization promoting the importance of the visual arts to education and cultural tourism.

http://www.omfa.us

270-685-3181

Friday Duplicate Bridge Club @ Munday Activities Center
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am

Description: Friday Duplicate Bridge Club meets each week at 10 a.m. at the Munday Activities Center. All duplicate players are welcome. For free bridge lessons, call 270-926-8979.

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art Exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey @ St. Meinrad Archabbey
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art, an exhibition of paintings and
sculpture from the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art,
will open at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, Ind.,
Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 p.m.
The exhibition presents two dozen works of art in a religious genre from the
museum’s extensive collection of American Folk Art.  Paintings depicting
biblical stories and events, complemented by miniature dioramas, walking
sticks and bas reliefs, represent the visual arts expressions of artists
working outside academic traditions.
The exhibition features some of Kentucky’s most celebrated naïve artists and
craftsmen, including members of three nationally prominent folk art
producing families, the Coopers, Lewises and Kinneys.
Among the artists are Ronald Cooper and his wife Jessie, who carve and paint
three-dimensional allegories of the temptations of mankind; Junior Lewis,
whose multi-figured sculpture depicts subjects such as The Last Supper and
David slaying Goliath;  and Carl McKenzie (1905 – 1988), who recreates the
story of Noah and the ark in a bas relief.
Also featured are Owensboro canemaker Gary L. Hargis, and E. Lex Shipley
(1924 – 1993), a prolific painter whose works have been compared by art
critics to the German Expressionists.
The exhibition from the OMFA featuring works by contemporary Kentucky folk
artists is a component in the museum’s plans to establish a regional center
for the visual arts which shares exhibitions, programming and educational
resources with smaller museums and arts organizations throughout the region.
The reformatted museum will be known as the Western Kentucky Center for the
Visual Arts.
In addition to loaned exhibitions, the museum offers a broad menu of
educational programming to regional school systems.  Included is a library
of traveling suitcases call A Case for Art, featuring mini-exhibitions on a
variety of topics, such as the American frontier, Native American and
Appalachian Folk Art, and artistic traditions of Africa, Australia, Japan
and Spain.
Opportunities are available for teachers in regional school systems to
reserve the museum’s Young at Art Gallery for exhibitions of art produced in
their classes.  Teachers may make arrangements for use of the gallery by
contacting the museum and presenting a proposal of the number of works to be
displayed and the preferred exhibition dates.
The exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery will continue
through April 28.  The Archabbey is located at 200 Hill Drive in St.
Meinrad, Ind. and can be reached at 812-357-6398 or library@saintmeinrad.edu

 

Way of the Cross @ Sts. Joseph and Paul Parish to Brescia University
Apr 3 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Whitesville Lions Club Annual Fish Fry Fundraiser @ Whitesville Senior Center
Apr 3 @ 5:00 pm
The Whitesville Lions Club Annual Fish Fry Fundraiser @ Whitesville Senior Center | Whitesville | Kentucky | United States

The Whitesville Lions Club annual Fish Fry Fundraiser begins Friday, January 30, 5:00pm at the Whitesville Senior Center. The fish fry will be held each Friday through April 3. Please come out and support the fundraiser!

Deathtrap @ Trinity Centre
Apr 3 @ 7:30 pm
Deathtrap @ Trinity Centre | Owensboro | Kentucky | United States

Deathtrap
Written by Ira Levin
Directed by Debbie Reynolds

To make Sidney’s slump all the more painful, Clifford Anderson, a student of one of Sidney’s writing seminars, has recently sent his mentor a copy of his first attempt at playwrighting for Sidney’s review and advice. The play, Deathtrap, is a five character, two act thriller so perfect in its construction that, as Sidney says, “A gifted director couldn’t even hurt it.” Using his penchant for plot, and out of his desperate desire to once again be the toast of Broadway, Sidney, along with Myra, cook up an almost unthinkable scheme: They’ll lure the would-be playwright to the Bruhl home, kill him, and market the sure-fire script as Sidney’s own. But shortly after Clifford arrives, it’s clear that things are not what they seem! Indeed, even Helga Ten Dorp, a nosey psychic from next door, and Porter Milgram, Sidney’s observant attorney, can only speculate where the line between truth and deception lies.

Deathtrap holds the record for longest running comedy- thriller on Broadway- with almost 1800 performances.

March 27-28, April 3-11, 2015
Trinity Centre

Seven Performances:
Friday & Saturday, 7:30pm
Sunday, April 12, 2014, 2:00pm

Adults: $15
Students: $10
Members: Half-price

Special preview dinner will be on Thurs 3/26/15- please call the box office for reservations. 270-683-5033

Apr
4
Sat
1st Weekend Wonders @ Western Kentucky Botanical Garden
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
1st Weekend Wonders @ Western Kentucky Botanical Garden | Owensboro | Kentucky | United States

This is volunteers getting together to maintain the Garden.  It’s a great opportunity for high schoolers to get volunteer hours too!

We need you!!  Come hlep Garden with various chores!

Lite lunch provided.

Easter Drop-In Craft @ Daviess County Public Library
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Create a fun Easter craft to take home, Ages 0-12

Visit the DCPL Website

First Saturday Weather Watching @ Western Kentucky Botanical Garden
Apr 4 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
First Saturday Weather Watching @ Western Kentucky Botanical Garden | Dayton | Texas | United States

First Saturday “Weather Watching”

Children ages 6-10

COME TO THE GARDEN
FREE FOR CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN,
NIECES & NEPHEWS, NEIGHBORHOOD
FRIENDS OF THE GARDEN MEMBERS . . .

Preservation Station Market Days @ Preservation Station
Apr 4 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Over 120 vendors of antiques, vintage, and handcrafted items, live music, and food in a festive old school atmosphere!

Market Days takes place on the first weekend of every month- Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 12-5 p.m.

The Old School Salon is also open daily Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 3p.m.

Saturday Morning Live @ Daviess County Public Library
Apr 4 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Self-guided fun and educational activities with a focus on literacy and school readiness.

 

sparKY Easter Bone Hunt @ Ben Hawes Park
Apr 4 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Bring your furry friends for some Easter fun!

53rd Annual Art Guild Juried Exhibition
Apr 4 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art celebrates the works of local and regional artists who will compete for awards in a showcase of painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the Owensboro Art Guild’s 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition. One of the oldest continuing artists’ organizations in Kentucky, the guild promotes the works of Owensboro artists and is an advocacy organization promoting the importance of the visual arts to education and cultural tourism.

http://www.omfa.us

270-685-3181

Heartland Homeowners Association Easter in the Park @ Heartland Park in The Heartlands
Apr 4 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art Exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey @ St. Meinrad Archabbey
Apr 4 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art, an exhibition of paintings and
sculpture from the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art,
will open at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, Ind.,
Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 p.m.
The exhibition presents two dozen works of art in a religious genre from the
museum’s extensive collection of American Folk Art.  Paintings depicting
biblical stories and events, complemented by miniature dioramas, walking
sticks and bas reliefs, represent the visual arts expressions of artists
working outside academic traditions.
The exhibition features some of Kentucky’s most celebrated naïve artists and
craftsmen, including members of three nationally prominent folk art
producing families, the Coopers, Lewises and Kinneys.
Among the artists are Ronald Cooper and his wife Jessie, who carve and paint
three-dimensional allegories of the temptations of mankind; Junior Lewis,
whose multi-figured sculpture depicts subjects such as The Last Supper and
David slaying Goliath;  and Carl McKenzie (1905 – 1988), who recreates the
story of Noah and the ark in a bas relief.
Also featured are Owensboro canemaker Gary L. Hargis, and E. Lex Shipley
(1924 – 1993), a prolific painter whose works have been compared by art
critics to the German Expressionists.
The exhibition from the OMFA featuring works by contemporary Kentucky folk
artists is a component in the museum’s plans to establish a regional center
for the visual arts which shares exhibitions, programming and educational
resources with smaller museums and arts organizations throughout the region.
The reformatted museum will be known as the Western Kentucky Center for the
Visual Arts.
In addition to loaned exhibitions, the museum offers a broad menu of
educational programming to regional school systems.  Included is a library
of traveling suitcases call A Case for Art, featuring mini-exhibitions on a
variety of topics, such as the American frontier, Native American and
Appalachian Folk Art, and artistic traditions of Africa, Australia, Japan
and Spain.
Opportunities are available for teachers in regional school systems to
reserve the museum’s Young at Art Gallery for exhibitions of art produced in
their classes.  Teachers may make arrangements for use of the gallery by
contacting the museum and presenting a proposal of the number of works to be
displayed and the preferred exhibition dates.
The exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery will continue
through April 28.  The Archabbey is located at 200 Hill Drive in St.
Meinrad, Ind. and can be reached at 812-357-6398 or library@saintmeinrad.edu

 

Sunset Cruisers Cruse-In @ Downtown
Apr 4 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Aprils theme will be TRUCKS Enter 3rd and Allen Streets
Shopping, Restaurants, Door Prizes, and the KY Motor Sports Hall of Fame
contact Steve 270-313-6136, Aaron 313-0070, or Joe 315-4265
Facebook, kycruisers.com, or e-mail sunset_cruisers@aol.com

Owensboro Murder Mystery: Murder in Maui – A Luau to Die For @ Pangea Cafe
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm
Owensboro Murder Mystery: Murder in Maui - A Luau to Die For @ Pangea Cafe | Owensboro | Kentucky | United States

Are you ready for our next installment of Owensboro Murder Mystery??
With warm weather comes a new mystery to go with the season.This time were going to Hawaii For a special Luau…..
Break out your flower shirts and grass skirts.
April 4th and April ,18th 7pm
Full tiki bar available ….
Reservations available today
$32 per person. $27 with group of 6 or more
$25 with group of 10 or more
270 689-9824

Deathtrap @ Trinity Centre
Apr 4 @ 7:30 pm
Deathtrap @ Trinity Centre | Owensboro | Kentucky | United States

Deathtrap
Written by Ira Levin
Directed by Debbie Reynolds

To make Sidney’s slump all the more painful, Clifford Anderson, a student of one of Sidney’s writing seminars, has recently sent his mentor a copy of his first attempt at playwrighting for Sidney’s review and advice. The play, Deathtrap, is a five character, two act thriller so perfect in its construction that, as Sidney says, “A gifted director couldn’t even hurt it.” Using his penchant for plot, and out of his desperate desire to once again be the toast of Broadway, Sidney, along with Myra, cook up an almost unthinkable scheme: They’ll lure the would-be playwright to the Bruhl home, kill him, and market the sure-fire script as Sidney’s own. But shortly after Clifford arrives, it’s clear that things are not what they seem! Indeed, even Helga Ten Dorp, a nosey psychic from next door, and Porter Milgram, Sidney’s observant attorney, can only speculate where the line between truth and deception lies.

Deathtrap holds the record for longest running comedy- thriller on Broadway- with almost 1800 performances.

March 27-28, April 3-11, 2015
Trinity Centre

Seven Performances:
Friday & Saturday, 7:30pm
Sunday, April 12, 2014, 2:00pm

Adults: $15
Students: $10
Members: Half-price

Special preview dinner will be on Thurs 3/26/15- please call the box office for reservations. 270-683-5033

Apr
5
Sun
Settle Easter Sunrise Service @ Gazebo at the corner of 4th and Daviess
Apr 5 @ 6:00 am – 7:00 am

Settle United Methodist Church Easter Sunrise Service

Located in the Gazebo at the corner of 4th and Daviess. (across Daviess Street from the ROC).

Breakfast served immediately following in the ROC

 

Easter Celebration @ Owensboro Convention Center
Apr 5 @ 10:30 am

Christ Community Church

Easter Celebration

Sunday, April 5, 2015

(10:30 a.m.)


This event is FREE & Open to the Public.

For Tickets please call 270.686.6327

Easter Brunch 2015 @ Owensboro Convention Center
Apr 5 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Easter Brunch 2015 @ Owensboro Convention Center | Owensboro | Kentucky | United States

Make Plans to Hop on Over for Easter Brunch!

Enjoy time with family and friends while savoring a delicious brunch!

Free photos with the Easter Bunny will be available, so be sure to bring a camera!

Reservations due by 4pm on Wednesday, April 1.  Click here to make your reservations online.

Menu

Salad Station

Fresh Baby Greens, Candied Pecan, Blueberries, Tomato

Cucumber, Carrot, Crouton, Ranch Dressing, Balsamic Vinaigrette

Accompaniments

Bacon & Potato Frittata

Hash brown Casserole

Southern Style Green Beans

Creole Mustard Potato Salad

Carving Station

Dijon Glazed Chicken Breast

Hardwood Smoked Pit Ham

Pineapple Cherry Glaze, Bourbon Salted Caramel Sauce, Mini Biscuits

Dessert Station

Bananas Foster with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Assorted Cheesecakes, Cakes, & Pies

Beverages

Fresh Brewed Coffee, Decaf

Sweet & Unsweet Iced Tea

Orange Juice, Apple Juice

53rd Annual Art Guild Juried Exhibition
Apr 5 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art celebrates the works of local and regional artists who will compete for awards in a showcase of painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the Owensboro Art Guild’s 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition. One of the oldest continuing artists’ organizations in Kentucky, the guild promotes the works of Owensboro artists and is an advocacy organization promoting the importance of the visual arts to education and cultural tourism.

http://www.omfa.us

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Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art Exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey @ St. Meinrad Archabbey
Apr 5 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Spirituality in Appalachian Folk Art, an exhibition of paintings and
sculpture from the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art,
will open at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, Ind.,
Sunday, March 15, at 3:00 p.m.
The exhibition presents two dozen works of art in a religious genre from the
museum’s extensive collection of American Folk Art.  Paintings depicting
biblical stories and events, complemented by miniature dioramas, walking
sticks and bas reliefs, represent the visual arts expressions of artists
working outside academic traditions.
The exhibition features some of Kentucky’s most celebrated naïve artists and
craftsmen, including members of three nationally prominent folk art
producing families, the Coopers, Lewises and Kinneys.
Among the artists are Ronald Cooper and his wife Jessie, who carve and paint
three-dimensional allegories of the temptations of mankind; Junior Lewis,
whose multi-figured sculpture depicts subjects such as The Last Supper and
David slaying Goliath;  and Carl McKenzie (1905 – 1988), who recreates the
story of Noah and the ark in a bas relief.
Also featured are Owensboro canemaker Gary L. Hargis, and E. Lex Shipley
(1924 – 1993), a prolific painter whose works have been compared by art
critics to the German Expressionists.
The exhibition from the OMFA featuring works by contemporary Kentucky folk
artists is a component in the museum’s plans to establish a regional center
for the visual arts which shares exhibitions, programming and educational
resources with smaller museums and arts organizations throughout the region.
The reformatted museum will be known as the Western Kentucky Center for the
Visual Arts.
In addition to loaned exhibitions, the museum offers a broad menu of
educational programming to regional school systems.  Included is a library
of traveling suitcases call A Case for Art, featuring mini-exhibitions on a
variety of topics, such as the American frontier, Native American and
Appalachian Folk Art, and artistic traditions of Africa, Australia, Japan
and Spain.
Opportunities are available for teachers in regional school systems to
reserve the museum’s Young at Art Gallery for exhibitions of art produced in
their classes.  Teachers may make arrangements for use of the gallery by
contacting the museum and presenting a proposal of the number of works to be
displayed and the preferred exhibition dates.
The exhibition at St. Meinrad Archabbey’s Library Gallery will continue
through April 28.  The Archabbey is located at 200 Hill Drive in St.
Meinrad, Ind. and can be reached at 812-357-6398 or library@saintmeinrad.edu