The Campbellsville University Handbell Choir, directed by Dr. David Hedrick, will present its annual spring concert 8 p.m. April 10 in The Gheens Recital Hall of the Gosser Fine Arts Center at 210 University Drive, Campbellsville.
The Handbell Choir is made up of 14 students from the surrounding area, including Carmen Drake of Hodgenville, as well as out of state.
The concert is free and open to the public.
For more information about the concert, contact the School of Music at 270-789-5237 or at music@ campbellsville.edu.
Sibling Day, which falls on April 10, is a new holiday that the Sibling Day Foundation, a public non-profit charity, is working toward making a federal holiday. Making this a holiday, like Mother’s and Father’s Day, they hope to benefit families and communities. Since 1998, 33 states officially have established Siblings Day. Kentucky is not one of these states. Sibling Day offers brothers and sisters around the country a special day to honor and acknowledge living siblings and remember those who died.
Tickets are on sale for Glen Rice, Family and Friends Musical Concert Series.
Rice, a retired educator from Buffalo, will perform 7 p.m. April 16 at Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, John Hardin High School, 384 W.A. Jenkins Road, Elizabethtown.
Also performing are local entertainers Ron Benningfield, Eddie Black, Ricky and Tiffany Puckett and Camille Turner; Mike Porter and Marsha Banning, the Illinois Country Music Duo of the Year; and JoAnn Kai Cobb.
In light of ongoing bad news about joblessness in Kentucky and with state and federal budgets experiencing record shortfalls, supporting and maintaining successful programs that have a demonstrated return on investment is of paramount importance to our state’s future. Preservationists across the state are rallying to remind elected officials and their local leaders and decision makers that preserving a community’s historic assets not only generates public-private investment but creates jobs and spurs related investment.
The Central Kentucky Art Guild will meet 6:30 p.m. April 19 at the Nolin RECC building in Elizabethtown. Merle Rosen, a working artist with Golden Acrylics, will cover some of the basic principles of painting with acrylic paints. She usually brings samples for each participant.
Rosen, a practicing artist in Cincinnati for the past 36 years, has shown extensively in museums and galleries including the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, J.B. Speed Museum in Louisville and the Kharkiv Museum in the Ukraine.
A good Web resource to help you keep up with your daily calorie intake is www.MyFoodapedia.gov. It is a quick access to food information; you just enter the name of a food item and hit search. This will give you the calories and MyPyramid food groups for the food. Or you can compare two foods such as a regular item versus the lite version of a food item.
The Amish Country tour to Montgomery, Ind. has been rescheduled for April 19. The cost is $60 and includes a home-cooked sit-down meal with an Amish or Mennonite family.
The bus departs from First Baptist Church of Hodgenville at 7 a.m. Tour includes farms where they are making furniture the traditional way, fabric and quilting, jams and jellies, and traditional farming methods. Return about 6 p.m.
For more information, contact the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce at 358-3411 or Brown at 270-307-0150.
The 2010 Rehab-A-Rama will be held 9-4 p.m. April 10 at the Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St., Louisville. Sponsored by Metro Louisville Historic Landmarks and Preservation Districts Commission with a grant from the Kentucky Heritage Council and the support of Preservation Louisville, the event is free and open to the public. No advance registration is required.
A new regional program aimed at closing the gap between companies in need of fresh talent and interns looking to gain career experience was launched last week by Greater Louisville Inc. and the HIRE Education Forum. Intern To Earn aims to develop the talent pool necessary to meet future regional workforce needs, and connect the next generation of talent to the 13-county, bi-state Greater Louisville region.