Big Read, Oct. 7 – Nov. 5

The Big Read is back! Join us as we delve deep into the Great Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. Get ready for book discussions, programs, and special events that all celebrate the works of this giant in the literary world. For a complete list of events, visit The Big Read Hopkinsville. What’s happening.. read more →

01 Oct 2016
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Tobacco War Pilgrimage, Sept. 24

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County announces the 5th Annual Tobacco War Pilgrimage  to be held on Saturday, September 24, 2016. This day-long series of events commemorates a period of agricultural crisis, economic boycott, and vigilante rebellion that affected every aspect of life in the region. The headline event will be the Night Rider Tobacco.. read more →

16 Aug 2016
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Edgar Cayce 101 – July 23

Who was this mysterious man? And what can we learn from him? We have all heard of Edgar Cayce, but many of us do not know much about the phenomenal life that he led. The most well-documented psychic of the 20th century, the father of holistic medicine, a medical clairvoyant, the sleeping prophet: these terms.. read more →

06 Jul 2016
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An Evening On the Air

An Adventure THrough the 10940s June 4, 2016 Alhambra Theatre Doors Open at 6:30 PM Showtime 7 PM The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County and Pennyroyal Arts Council announce An Evening On the Air: An Adventure through the 1940s, a joint fundraising event on June 4, 2016 at the historic Alhambra Theatre. Doors open at.. read more →

09 May 2016
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Derby Glasses are Pennyroyal Treasures

In celebration of the upcoming festivities in Louisville, the Pennyroyal Treasures exhibit features a complete collection of souvenir Kentucky Derby glasses. On loan from Diane Wood of Hopkinsville, this collection showcases glasses from 1940-2016. See the changing styles of this popular memento used for drinking mint juleps, the traditional bourbon cocktail consumed at Churchill Downs... read more →

04 May 2016
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Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar, March 18-20, 2016

Purchase Tickets! The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County invites you to pay tribute to our community’s most famous son: world-renowned psychic Edgar Cayce. Join hypnotherapist and popular presenter Peter Woodbury in Cayce’s hometown for an exciting weekend of learning, fellowship, and self-discovery. Check out our Preliminary Schedule! Peter traces his interest in metaphysics all the.. read more →

04 Feb 2016
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Holiday Happenings!

The Museums kick off the holiday season on Saturday, December 12 with the Pennyrile Polar Express. Historic East 9th Street will be transformed into a winter wonderland with train station stops that feature FREE activities sponsored by local businesses. Meet Santa and Mrs. Claus at the L&N Depot as they read the book The Polar.. read more →

03 Dec 2015
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Pennyrile Polar Express, December 12

Feel the spirit of the season centered around the wonder of trains on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at the 11th Annual Pennyrile Polar Express! Historic East 9th Street will be transformed into a winter wonderland with train station stops that feature free activities sponsored by local businesses. Located on East 9th Street from Main Street.. read more →

02 Dec 2015
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Preliminary Schedule

Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar Friday, March 18, 2016 Holiday Inn, 2910 Fort Campbell Blvd. 11am-2pm: Registration 2pm-4pm: The Cayce Paradigm: His Message & Meaning 4pm-6pm: Break and Dinner on Own 6pm-9pm: Creation, Earth, & Karma with a 139th Birthday Party for Edgar! Saturday, March 19, 2016 Forbes Event Center, 1002 S. Virginia St. 9am-12pm: Forgiveness,.. read more →

The Black Patch Three

A Conversation about the Night Riders Saturday, September 26, 2015 Forbes Conference & Events Center 1002 S. Virginia Street 2pm The event is free, but reserve your seat HERE! For the first time in Hopkinsville, three of the foremost authorities on the Black Patch region come together for a discussion about the Tobacco War that.. read more →