Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Events April 18-24 in the Bowling Green Kentucky area


Events in the Bowling Green, Kentucky Area Wednesday, April 18th – Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
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These are just a few of the many events in the area this week. Please check them before attending in case of a misprint.

(Tuesday night, April 17th): FYI: Tonight is the Season Finale of the TV Show Ringer on the CW, local channel 12, 8:00 central time.

Wednesday, April 18th
A free computer class is today, Email Intermediate, from 2-3 p.m. at the Main branch library. You must pre-register to attend. Call 781-4882.

“8:30 a.m.  KMEA CHORAL FESTIVAL. Van Meter Hall. Contact Music Department, 745-3751.”

SKyPAC at 601 College Street is showing Young Frankenstein at 7:30 p.m. Find out more: http://www.theskypac.com/events

Thursday, April 19th
Bowling Green Technical College has a Celebration and Recycling Fair today from 9-3. 901-1075.

“7 p.m.  PLANETARIUM SHOW: Interpreting the Narrative of our Ancient Earth. Hardin Planetarium. Contact Richard Gelderman, 745-4044.”

A free computer class is today, Computing for Seniors, from 10-11 a.m. at the Main Branch library. You must pre-register to attend. Call 781-4882.

“7 p.m.  KENTUCKY LIVE SERIES: Gary West, travel writer. Barnes & Noble, 1680 Campbell Lane. Contact WKU Libraries, 745-6121.”

The WKU Chess Club meets today at the Log Cabin (Faculty House) on the WKU Campus at 6 p.m. All ages and skill levels are welcome.  Questions, call 918-809-6278. You may want to bring your chess set.

Another free computer class is today, MS Excel Advanced, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Main branch library. You must pre-register to attend. Call 781-4882.

The Historic Railpark and Train Museum has its Great Gatsby Gala and Murder Mystery from 6-9 p.m. Tickets are $50 each or $85 a couple. Find out more: http://www.historicrailpark.com/RailPark_News.html

Friday, April 20th
The Kentucky Writer’s Conference/SoKy Book Fest starts today at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center. Find out more: http://www.sokybookfest.org/KYWritersConf.

“7 p.m.  MISS BLACK WESTERN PAGEANT. Downing University Center Auditorium. Contact Student Activities, 745-2459.”

The 4th Annual WKU Open Chess Tournament is today at 6 p.m. at the Faculty House, WKU. Find out more: 918-809-6278 or go to: http://surfky.com/index.php/hopkinsville/241-events-bowling-green/13377-4th-annual-wku-open-chess-tournament.

The Symphony at WKU presents Austrian Masterworks at 8-10 p.m. at Van Meter Hall VMH 0108. 745-7681.

SkyPAC presents a night with Corey Smith at 7 p.m. Find out more: http://www.theskypac.com/events

Saturday, April 21st
Beech Bend Raceway has their annual Swap Meet and Flea Market today starting at 8 a.m.


WKU’s South Campus continues its Recycling Fair today from 8-2. Warren County Residents only, Recycle your hazardous waste today. 843-5353 at the parking lot at South Campus.

The Kentucky Writer’s Conference/SoKy Book Fest continues today at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center. Find out more: http://www.sokybookfest.org/KYWritersConf.

The 13th Annual Fundraising walk is today at the BG airport to support the Humane Society. http://www.examiner.com/animal-advocacy-in-bowling-green/bowling-green-warren-county-humane-society-13th-annual-5k-fundraising-walk

Today is the Earth Day Festival at WKU’s DUC Courtyard, from 11-4. 745-2508. http://visitbgky.com/events/detail/wku-earth-day-festival/

Riverview at Hobson Grove has its Derby Garden Festival today from 9-4. Tickets can be obtained by calling 843-5565 or by coming to Riverview during regular hours of operation. Find out more: http://www.bgky.org/calendar/calendar.php?calendar=19

The BG Ballpark sponsors the Junior Achievement Thrills and Skills Day today from 9:30 – 12 noon. 782-0280.

“7:30 p.m.  FACULTY RECITAL: Ching-Yi Lin and Felix Olschofka, violin. Music Hall’s Choral Rehearsal Hall. Free admission. Contact Music Department, 745-3751.”

The 4th Annual WKU Open Chess Tournament continues today at 10 a.m. at the Faculty House, WKU. Find out more: 918-809-6278 or go to: http://surfky.com/index.php/hopkinsville/241-events-bowling-green/13377-4th-annual-wku-open-chess-tournament.

The Railpark has Rail Tails for preschoolers at 10 a.m. 745-7317.

The Great Cloth Diaper Change event is today at 11 a.m. at the National Corvette Museum. Find out more: http://visitbgky.com/events/detail/the-great-cloth-diaper-change/

The Rainhill Equine Facility has an Open House today. Find out more: http://www.tiptopwebsite.com/websites/index2.php?username=et&page=5

Mike Super is playing at SKyPAC at 7:30 too. http://www.theskypac.com/events

Sunday, April 22nd
Today is Earth Day.

The 4th Annual WKU Open Chess Tournament continues today at 10 a.m. at the Faculty House, WKU. Find out more: 918-809-6278 or go to: http://surfky.com/index.php/hopkinsville/241-events-bowling-green/13377-4th-annual-wku-open-chess-tournament.

The ALIVE Center hosts Indian Culture and Heritage Classes today. First is a Math and Science Class (9-10 a.m.) an Indian Culture and Heritage Class (10-11 a.m.), and a Hindi and Telegu Language Class (11 a.m. – 12 p.m.) Call for more info: 270-746-9508 or 502-544-7221.

WKU has a movie, Vanishing of the Bees, today at 2 p.m. in the WKU Mass Media and Technology Hall.

WKU has a faculty recital with Wayne Pope today at the WKU Music Hall Choral Hall at 3 p.m. 745-3751. From the WKU Events page: “3 p.m. FACULTY RECITAL: Are You Smarter Than a Baritone? with Wayne Pope, baritone, and Julie Pride, piano. Music Hall’s Choral Rehearsal Hall. Free admission. Contact Music Department, 745-3751.”

There is a free planetarium show today at 3 p.m. From the WKU site: https://www.wku.edu/events/index.php?fuseaction=events.main&categoryid=7
 2 p.m. “ PLANETARIUM SHOW: Interpreting the Narrative of our Ancient Earth. Hardin Planetarium. Contact Richard Gelderman, 745-4044.”

Monday, April 23rd
 From the WKU Events page: “5 p.m.  RECITAL: Voice students of Beth Pope. Music Hall’s Choral Rehearsal Hall. Free admission. Contact Music Department, 745-3751.”

SKyPAC presents Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad today at 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Find out more:  http://www.theskypac.com/events

Lost River Cave has a Discovery Cave Crawl today at 10 a.m. for children ages 6 to 12. Find out more: http://lostrivercave.com/events.html

Tuesday, April 24th

“7 p.m.  PLANETARIUM SHOW: Interpreting the Narrative of our Ancient Earth. Hardin Planetarium. Contact Richard Gelderman, 745-4044.”

“7 p.m.  PRESENTATION: Plant Collections and Sustainable Landscapes by Dena Rae Garvue. Environmental Sciences and Technology Building. Contact Baker Arboretum, 799-7669.”

“7:30 p.m.  CONCERT: WKU Steelband with Mark Berry. Music Hall’s Choral Rehearsal Hall. Admission is $4. Contact Music Department, 745-3751.”

Artemus Sumerta is playing at Java City at the WKU Helm library today from 12 noon to 1 p.m.

A free computer class is today, MS Excel Advanced, at the Main Branch library from 2-3 p.m. You must pre-register to attend. Call 781-4882.

Another free computer class is today, Resumes for Beginners, fom 6-7 p.m. at the Bob Kirby Branch library. You must pre-register to attend. Call 782-0252.

And another free computer class, Learn to Download Ebooks and Audiobooks, is today from 6-7 at the Main Branch library.  You must pre-register to attend. Call 781-4882.
 
Again, please check all events before attending, just in case.


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