Farmers market opening for 2020 season

The Anderson County Farmers Market in Lawrenceburg opens up for the 2020 season on Saturday, July 11, from 2-5 p.m.The market will continue to be open each Saturday through the end of October. Between 8 and 10 farmers and vendors will be set up in individual booths at the market, selling seasonal vegetables and other…

Wild Turkey, Four Roses reopening visitor centers

While tours and tastings haven’t resumed just yet, both of Anderson County’s bourbon distilleries are welcoming the public back to their visitor centers and retails shops. The Four Roses Bourbon distillery reopened their visitor center on June 16. Business hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. A limited…

Announcements made about splash park, fireworks

The Lawrenceburg splash park, located at the American Legion grounds, will open for the first time in 2020 on June 29th. The splash park has not been able to open due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the guidelines that were put in place to limit its spread. Once it opens, the splash park hours will…

Restaurant dining rooms can partially reopen May 22

The days of dining in at restaurants in Lawrenceburg have returned, but don’t expect to crowd your favorite eatery with all of your family and friends. Restaurants around Kentucky are allowed to reopen their dining rooms, but at 50 percent of the building’s seating capacity. While many owners are ready to welcome customers back inside,…

Some Lawrenceburg retailers reopening May 20

Local retail businesses in Lawrenceburg will be allowed to reopen on Wednesday, May 20 and many are making plans to do just that, within the social distancing requirements outlined by the state. Business owners must keep their customer count to within 33 percent of the maximum permitted capacity and maintain six feet of space between…

Lovers Leap Vineyards & Winery now shipping to 37 states

If you can’t get out to purchase a bottle of chardonnay or cabernet sauvignon while you are practicing social distancing, Lovers Leap Vineyards and Winery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky can help you out. The family-owned winery is now selling their wines online, with shipping to 37 states, in addition to Kentucky. And if you live in…

Several Lawrenceburg businesses adapt to continue serving public

Except for those considered essential, most retail businesses in Kentucky have had to shut their doors to the public, due to concerns about the coronavirus. You can’t walk in and shop anymore, but some Lawrenceburg businesses are still offering services through their websites or social media. Here is a look at what some businesses in…

Lawrenceburg restaurants offering carryout, delivery options

Most restaurants in Lawrenceburg have plans in place to continue offering food, despite an order that their dining rooms be closed as a precaution in the wake of concerns about spread of the coronavirus. This list will be updated as more information becomes available. For addresses, phone number and more details about Lawrenceburg’s restaurants, click…

Tourism entities, events announcing closures, postponements in Lawrenceburg

Though no cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) have been diagnosed in Lawrenceburg or Anderson County, some events and attractions here are postponing or closing temporarily to help prevent the spread of the virus. Four Roses Bourbon will continue with production, but tours of the distillery in Lawrenceburg and the warehouse and bottling facility at Cox’s Creek…

JD Shelburne performing live in Lawrenceburg this July

Rising country star JD Shelburne, a native of Taylorsville, will appear in Lawrenceburg this summer for a free concert. On Saturday, July 11, JD will perform at the Lawrenceburg Green, located at 44 Western Avenue in downtown Lawrenceburg. This will be his second concert in Lawrenceburg, having performed here once before back in May of…