Legend of the Bell Witch, October 31

Make your Halloween more frightful with the Museums! Join us Halloween night at 5:30pm, immediately following Downtown Trick-or-Treat, at the fountain of Little River Park at Bethel Street and 9th streets for William T. Turner’s recounting of the Legend of the Bell Witch. This haunting account of a poltergeist-like spirit who terrorized the family of.. read more →

25 Oct 2013
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Tobacco War Pilgrimage: Sept. 27 & 28

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County announces the 2nd Annual Tobacco War Pilgrimage to be held on September 27 & 28, 2013. The events of the weekend commemorate a period of agricultural crisis, economic boycott, and vigilante rebellion that affected every aspect of life in the region. Join us Friday night for an Old Time.. read more →

21 Aug 2013
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Aisle of Style: 70 Years of Wedding Fashion

On Wednesday, July 3, 2013, the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County will unveil a new exhibit that showcases 70 years of wedding fashions. Dating from 1887 – 1954, these dresses represent popular fashion trends from the late 19th through the mid-20th centuries. Six wedding dresses are featured, each with its own story and style. The.. read more →

03 Jul 2013
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Edgar Cayce on Travel Channel TONIGHT

Tune in to the Travel Channel this Thursday, June 27 at 8pm to watch a segment on Hopkinsville’s own Edgar Cayce. The renowned psychic will be featured in the upcoming episode of  “Monumental Mysteries,” a new series that focuses on America’s most extraordinary monuments and reveals the amazing mysteries hidden within. In April 2013, the Travel Channel visited Hopkinsville to.. read more →

27 Jun 2013
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American Woven Coverlet Program, June 11

Would you like to learn more about your antique woven coverlet? Join us at the Pennyroyal Area Museum on Tuesday, June 11 from 1:30- 3:00 p.m. for a presentation of American Woven Coverlets by Christine Jeryan, Textile Historian, and Richard Jeryan, Weaving Master from the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. Not only are the American.. read more →

03 Jun 2013
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Lunch in the Cemetery on June 1

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County will host its annual Lunch in the Cemetery at Rosedale Cemetery in Pembroke on June 1, 2013 at 1pm. Come out to tour the tombstones and learn about some of Pembroke’s most colorful, historic residents. Special guests include a Civil War veteran, a prison warden, a school teacher, a.. read more →

23 May 2013
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KHQS Traveling Quilt Show

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County will host the Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society’s 2012 Challenge Quilts from May 4-11, 2013. This statewide organization offers its members a quilting challenge every year based on a theme. More than twenty pieces that interpret this year’s theme, “It’s About Time,” are touring the state and making a stop.. read more →

02 May 2013
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Quilt Show

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County announces its 24th Annual Quilt Show from April 9 – 27, 2013. This exhibit showcases both old and new quilt masterpieces from area quilters and always proves to be one of the Museum’s most colorful and artistic displays each year. For a special treat, join us on Saturday, April.. read more →

01 Apr 2013
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Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian Co. announces the 21st Annual Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar on March 15 & 16, 2013. Join us as we commemorate the life and work of Christian County’s most famous resident. Born in Christian County in 1877, Edgar Cayce achieved world fame through his gifts as a clairvoyant. The two-day seminar.. read more →

26 Feb 2013
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Black History Month

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County announces two special exhibits on display throughout the month of February at the Pennyroyal Area Museum.  In honor of Black History Month, the central display focuses on African American education in Christian County with a special spotlight on the life and contributions of Rozelle Leavell. A Hopkinsville native and.. read more →

01 Feb 2013
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