Concerts, food trucks to return this summer

The Stave Fest is coming back. The Summer Concert Series is also coming back and with it will be an appearance by Nashville-based and Taylorsville native JD Shelburne. Mayor Troy Young announced the return of the concert series Monday afternoon, saying he knows people are ready to get outside and have some fun, considering most…

Downtown Lawrenceburg cruise-ins returning in 2021

Beginning in April, the Wheels of Time car club will return to Main Street in downtown Lawrenceburg for monthly cruise-ins, a tradition dating back more than 20 years. From 6:30-9:30 p.m. on the second Friday of each month, April-October, up to 250 cars line South Main Street and other adjacent streets, representing everything from classics…

Wild Turkey offering guided tastings using Alexa, Google Assistant

As consumers continue to stay home and turn to technology for entertainment, engagement and interaction, brands are increasingly rethinking how to engage consumers. For Wild Turkey, that meant exploring new ways to connect by sharing the heritage, history and knowledge that exemplifies this iconic American brand from the mouths of those who know it best.…

2021 Kentucky Official Visitor’s Guide now available

Governor Andy Beshear joined leadership from the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet to announce the unveiling of the 2021 Kentucky Official Visitor’s Guide. With the end of the COVID-19 pandemic now within reach, state officials are preparing to welcome visitors back to the commonwealth as vaccinations are distributed nationally. In response to the nation’s ongoing…

Christmas parade cancelled, Santa still coming to the Green

The City of Lawrenceburg has announced the cancellation of the 2020 Christmas parade, which had been scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5. The following statement was issued by the city, explaining the cancellation – “Unfortunately, this year we are having to cancel the Christmas Parade.  With the new mandates, this prohibits the ACHS Marching band, sports…

Four Roses Bourbon to expand visitors center

Four Roses officials have announced plans for an expansion of the current visitor center and enhancements to the overall guest experience at the bourbon distillery in Lawrenceburg.The visitor center project is part of an ongoing investment to accommodate for growing demand in the bourbon tourism industry.For the design of the 14,446-square-foot addition to the visitor…

Lawrenceburg part of premier at Louisville film festival

A short film, portions of which were recorded in Lawrenceburg, will premier in November during Louisville’s International Festival of Film. “Will There Be Women At My Funeral” is a film written by Neville Elder and based on music from his band, Thee Shambels. Elder and Samantha Jean Moore produced the film. Oct. 30, 2017, they…

2020 Art Trail going virtual

Our dedicated community waits all year to enjoy and purchase the incredible works of art from the very homes, studios, and personal galleries of the local artists who are members of the Anderson County Arts Council each November. This year would have marked the 11th annual Open Studio & Art Trail.  For the first time…

Tourism office launches downtown Halloween, fall-themed window painting project

If you haven’t already, spend a little time walking around downtown Lawrenceburg to check out all of the windows painted recently with different Halloween and fall themes. The tourism office started the window painting project this year and got local middle school and high school students to paint 23 different windows around downtown with everything…

Fifth Annual Adult Trick or Treat set for Oct. 30

For the fifth year in a row, Lawrenceburg’s downtown merchants will be hosting their Adult Trick or Treat event on Main Street. This year they’ll be shutting down South Main Street on Friday, Oct. 30 from 6-9 p.m. for the annual festivities, intended for adults to have a chance to dress up in costume, have…