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Events

  • Artists galore will have works on display in center

     Whether you’re a competitive artist or you can only appreciate the works of others, the Lebanon Junction Old Fashion Days Festival Fine Art Competition and exhibition has something for you.The exhibit will take place Friday and Saturday at the Lebanon Junction Community Center on N. Poplar Street. 

  • Expect plenty of entertainment at this year’s event

      This year’s entertainment features several local acts and special guests that will take center stage under the entertainment tent in front of the Lebanon Junction Community Center on N. Poplar Street.

  • Parade remains biggest event at LJ annual festival

      LEBANON JUNCTION - One of the biggest attractions of the Old Fashion Days festival on Oct. 5-6 is the annual parade.

  • Tea party to raise funds, draw attention to MW’s Lloyd House

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - What little girl doesn’t love to play tea party?

    On Saturday, Sept. 29, the Mount Washington Historical Society will give little girls and women of all ages the chance to partake in a real tea party at the 19th-century Lloyd House Museum in Mount Washington. 

    Event organizer Melissa Thompson said teas have become popular in recent years and with the history of tea dating centuries before it became synonymous with Great Britain, she thought it was the perfect event for the historical society to host.

  • Sweet fund-raiser for Bullitt Co. CASA

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Folks from throughout the community recently gathered at MillaNova Winery in Mount Washington for a Summer’s Night Out benefitting Bullitt County’s Court Appointed Special Advocates. 

  • Business, schools show off their wares Monday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The longer you can stay around and be healthy, the longer you can help donate to your local school.

  • Down on Fifth caps off family festival Saturday

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - A central Kentucky band is shaking up the bluegrass music scene and one of its members calls Bullitt County home. 

  • BULLITT COUNTY REMEMBERS 9-11

     The North Bullitt JROTC program again hosted an observance for the 9-11 tragedy.

    The senior cadets quickly organized the event as it came just a month after school started for the new year.

    The cadets raised the flag while a moment of silence was also held to honor those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks of 11 years ago.

    The second annual Bullitt County 9-11 Remembrance was held on last Sunday in downtown Mount Washington.

  • Partners want to bring events, entertainment of community

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - Looking at things that Bullitt County might be lacking, Scott Kendall said that having a place to bring various forms of entertainment to the area seemed to fit that description.

         While looking around the area, Kendall and partners, Tonya and Mike Roberts, found a place that would suit their needs.

         R & R Auctions and Events was born.

         The business occupies over 12,000 square feet on Highway 44, just east of KOA Kampground.

  • Citizens invited to help prepare for emergencies

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - In the wake of Sept. 11, 2001, President George W. Bush announced a new initiative to engage local volunteers to strengthen public health, emergency response and community resiliency.

    As this year marks the 10th anniversary of the Medical Reserve Corps, Bullitt County Health Department preparedness Coordinator Don Renn hopes to see a more active, vibrant and engaged MRC chapter in Bullitt County and he's inviting everyone with a desire to serve to get onboard.