Paint the Town Clock

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is releasing a request for proposals (RFP) to solicit sealed proposals from qualified Vendors who specialize in painting services to furnish all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to re-paint the exterior surfaces of the historic Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum located at 310 E 9th Street, Hopkinsville, KY 42240. The.. read more →

Motown with the Museum, September 17

The Museums of Hopkinsville-Christian County is having a party! Join us at the War Memorial Building as we move and groove to the sounds of the 1960s with an encore performance by the Motown Sounds of Touch, a four-man singing and entertaining group who performs your favorite Motown smash hits. Back in Hoptown by popular.. read more →

10 Aug 2022
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Do you love telling stories and sharing history?

Do you have experience developing fun, creative programs? Do you enjoy working with both students and adults? Do you love local history? Do you get excited about this community and all it has to offer? The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is hiring a Learning Coordinator to create, design, and maintain public programs and student.. read more →

Snapshots in Time: Articles for Hoptown Chronicle

Museum Director Alissa Keller writes a monthly article focused on a historic photograph for Hoptown Chronicle. Check out each of her pieces here: Historic photo shows Hopkinsville women on trip of a lifetime. In the most recent “Snapshots in Time” column, Alissa Keller looks into the lives of 10 women who earned a spot on.. read more →

We’re Hiring a Collections Manager!

Do you love getting your hands on history? Do you have experience with artifact and archive management? Do you love organizing spaces to make them more efficient and accessible? Do you have an eye for style and presentation? Do you get excited about this community and all it has to offer? The Museums of Historic.. read more →

Cayce Day, March 26

The Museum honors Edgar Cayce on Cayce Day! The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County, Visit Hopkinsville, and Milkweed Health & Harmony Emporium will celebrate the work of psychic Edgar Cayce on Saturday, March 26, 2022. Join us downtown for a day full of FREE activities that center around Edgar Cayce’s roots in Christian County and.. read more →

17 Mar 2022
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Bone Black, 28

…I like to watch the nurses. To me they are beautiful, intelligent, capable- everything the doctors are not. I think this because the doctors are men and the nurses women. It is the nurses who combine \ medicine with the recognition that they are treating human beings, with human needs. It is the nurse who.. read more →

Bone Black, 16

… Her hair has not been combed. It has not been plaited into the two braids that identify this woman as the grandmother I have always known. It is she who explains that picture taking is no in nocent act–that it is a dangerously subtle way we drive our souls into extinction. If this is.. read more →

Bone Black, 52

… We must rise early to catch the buses that will take us to the white schools. So early that we must go into the gymnasium and wait for the other students, the white students, to arrive. Again we are herded, prodded, pushed, told not to make trouble in this early morning waiting period. Sometimes.. read more →

October Fun!

Fall fun with the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County! The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is excited to announce a full calendar of programs for October. We hope you’ll join us to learn more about local history! Here’s what’s happening: Saturday, October 2, 10am-4pm: Museum-at-Home Pinata Kit – This month’s Museum-at-Home kit celebrates Hispanic Heritage.. read more →

30 Sep 2021
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