Art/Culture

Adult Sewing

Every Thursday, 9:00 am
McCracken County Cooperative Extension

Whether you’ve been sewing for 10 years, 10 days, or have just been thinking about taking up the craft, this community is for you!

Art Through the Lens

Every Tuesday and every Wednesday and every Thursday and every Friday and every Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Yeiser Art Center

Annual international juried photography arts competition, Art Through the Lens.

Corner to Corner Crochet Class

Every Wednesday, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Itty Bitty Knitty Shop

Learn this popular technique while making a scarf in a two session class taught by Cass

Essential Oils Classes

Every Tuesday, 6:30 pm
West Kentucky Community & Technical College

WKCTC Community Education is offering Essential Oils Classes. Visit link below for more information.

How to Knit in the Round Class

Every Thursday, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Itty Bitty Knitty Shop

Learn to knit in the round using circular and double pointed needles with instructor Li

Joy: Quilts by Libby Lehman at the National Quilt Museum

Every day, 10:00 am-5:00 pm
National Quilt Museum

One of the true quilting masters, the spatial illusions in Libby's quilts have intrigued and delighted audiences around the world.

Market Square Art Walk

Third Thursday, 5:00 pm-8:00 pm
Art Guild of Paducah

Gallery open from 5-8 pm. Other businesses participating in the Art Walk. Visit downtown area shops that are open for the Art Walk.

Scarecrow Decorating Contest

Every day, 12:00 am
Metropolis Chamber of Commerce

Businesses & Organizations are invited to participate in the 1st Ever Metropolis Scarecrow Decorating Contest! Use your creativity to make your display represent your business or organization!

Sock Class

Every Saturday, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Itty Bitty Knitty Shop

In this beginning sock class students learn how to

Tallgirl Series: A Body of Work at the National Quilt Museum

Every day, 10:00 am-5:00 pm
National Quilt Museum

In this exhibit, Carol Larson tells the story of what it was like to have her growth intentionally stunted when she was an adolescent because it was thought at the time that tall girls could have f