Democratic Woman's Club Style Show
WINCHESTER - The Democratic Woman's Club has style, and they want to share that style with the women of Winchester. The club is sponsoring a luncheon and style show today at the People Helping People building on Wainscott Avenue at 3 p.m. Breaking Bread Cafe will be providing the food for the luncheon. Tickets are $15.
First Annual Junior Miss Golf Tournament
WINCHESTER - This year's Clark County Junior Miss, Michelle Rodgers, won the state title and will be vying for the national title later this summer. Help make it possible for other young women from Clark County to represent their hometown and the state by participating in the tournament at Southwind Golf Course. For more information, contact Donna Fuller at 771-3594.
Internet class at the Clark County Public Library
WINCHESTER - No matter what type of career you're interested in, basic Internet skills are a must. The Clark County Public Library will be offering a free information session on how to better find information on the Web. The class will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. and pre-registration is required. Call 744-5661 for more information or to reserve your spot.
"Some Things You Need to Know Before the World Ends (A Final Evening with the Illuminati)"
LEXINGTON - "Some Things You Need to Know Before the World Ends (A Final Evening with the Illuminati)," presented by Balagula Theatre, 112 Esplanade in downtown Lexington, will feature Winchester native Ryan Case, beginning at 8 p.m., with seating at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 or a gamble, $21 minus a throw of two dice. For more information, call (8590 259-2754.
WINCHESTER - Popular mystery writer Bill Noel will be the featured author at the May Book Lunch at the Clark County Public Library. Noel is known for the "Folly Beach" mystery series, including "Washout" and "The Pier." Noel's books are available for checkout at the library. A light lunch will be provided and Noel will be available for questions and to autograph books. Lunch is limited to 20 guests and pre-registration is required. For more information, or to reserve a spot, call 744-5661.
Mount Sterling Lions Club Follies
MOUNT STERLING - The Mount Sterling Lions Club will host the 62nd annual Follies Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Montgomery County High School auditorium. The show begins at 8:01 p.m. For tickets, contact Opal Smith at email@example.com or stop by The Winchester Sun offices.
May 21- May 25
NASCAR Fan Weekend
FORT BOONESBOROUGH - Fort Boonesborough State Park will dedicate an entire weekend to motor sports. Watch races on the big screen TV, play miniature golf or participate in the camper decoration and favorite driver contests.
This event is for registered campers only. Anyone interested in participating should call (859) 527-3131, ext. 218 to register.
Beer Cheese Festival
WINCHESTER - Spend the day enjoying downtown Winchester, and some great food. The festival kicks off at 10 a.m. and will include a beer cheese cook-off in two categories, commercial and homemade. There will also be a beer cheese recipe contest, food vendors, crafts, games, live music and exhibits. For more information, call Lara Thornbury at Winchester First at 737-0923.
Junior Miss Program
WINCHESTER - This annual event gives local girls the chance to show off their academic and athletic abilities while competing for scholarship money. The Junior Miss Program is for girls entering their senior year of high school and is open to all interested young women. The winner will also have the opportunity to compete for the state title. Participants must present a talent and will be judged on their school performance. The public is invited to the competition at the George Rogers Clark High School auditorium. For more information, visit www.ajm.org or call Donna Fuller at 771-3594.