WINCHESTER - Bluegrass Heritage Museum, 217 S. Main St., tells the story of an enslaved Clark County native who escaped to become a member of the 12th Regiment U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery in "Recollections of a Man, The Peter Bruner Story" at 7 p.m. Bruner is portrayed by Robert Bell, 12th USCHA, Reactivated. Please call 745-1358 for more information.
SEPT. 14 TO 15
WINCHESTER - Clean out your closets and let your junk, arts and crafts become another camper's treasure at the Fall Campers Yard Sale at Fort Boonesboro State Park. Set up right at your campsite for only $10. The public is invited to shop. Please call (859) 527-3131 ext. 218 for more information.
WINCHESTER - The Civil War Fort at Boonesboro, Ford Road hosts The Civil War Living History Event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring the 12th United States Colored Heavy Artillery, Reactivated, Union encampment, Confederate encampment, medical displays, Civil War music, wood carvers, stone masonry demonstration, and the seven layers of women's dress. Call 744-0556 for more information.
SEPT. 15 TO 17
HARRODSBURG - The 2007 Bike Trek to Shakertown, to benefit the American Lung Association, is planned for Sept. 15 through 17, with a two-day option of Sept. 15 and 16. Space is limited and sign-ups are under way. The bike trek is a three-day mini-vacation on wheels through gorgeous Kentucky countryside, climaxed by an overnight stay on Sunday at historic Shakertown. The schedule for these events is posted on the bike trek Web site at www.kylung.org.
SEPT. 21 TO 23
WINCHESTER - Enjoy the cooler weather with fall nature hikes, free putt-putt golf, tours, a bonfire, and lots more with the Autumn Fun Weekend. Call (859) 527-3131 ext. 218 for more information.
WINCHESTER - WKQQ and The Bob and Tom Show present: The Geechy Guy (Every station in the nation tour) at the Leeds Center for the Arts. Call 744-6437 for more information.
WINCHESTER - The Clark County Womens Club will sponsor a harvest tea at the Victory Heights Center for Achievement, 150 Maryland Ave., at 1 p.m. Sample many flavors of tea along with sandwiches, scones and lucious desserts. Tickets are $20 each. Please call Brenda Wingert at 556-2119 for more information.