McBrayer bourbon release at the Ripy House

The Bourbon Sessions at the Ripy Manson in Lawrenceburg return in May – after a 14-month hiatus – featuring the release of a resurrected bourbon that dates back 175 years into Anderson County’s history. During the next installment of Bourbon Sessions at the T.B. Ripy mansion, whiskey fans will uncover the true story behind a…

Anderson County Art Trail

Always the first Saturday in November, the annual 2020 Open Studios and Art Trail will be held on November 7th. The Anderson County Arts Council (ACAC) believes that art is important to the life of a community. It strives to be a model arts organization for the Commonwealth of Kentucky by ensuring access to the…

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…

Applications available for Burgoo Festival food and craft vendors, contests

Planning for the 2019 Anderson County Burgoo Festival is well underway and those interested in having a booth or entering a contest can get involved now. This year’s festival will be Sept. 27-29 in downtown Lawrenceburg. The festival committee is accepting applications from food and craft vendors interested in setting up that weekend. Entry forms…

Grants available to encourage local tourism, events and attractions

If you are working on a new event or attraction in Anderson County that is related to tourism, there may be local grant funds available to help get things rolling. The Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Tourism Commission is accepting grant applications to encourage tourism venues, events, attractions and festivals. If awarded, the grant funds may be used…