Exhibits and Events
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Bring your whole family for Thanksgiving activities and try weaving with a twist. Admission is free for families.
Spook-tacular Art Activities, October 5-31
Bring the whole family for free admission and Halloween take-home decorations & masks, October 5-31, 2013.
Annual membership meeting and soup supper at 6 PM. At 7 PM, Kentucky Humanities Council Chautauqua Speaker, Scott New portrays Daniel Boone in Coming to Kentucky. Free.
Stoner Creek Artists work year-round to produce art for this annual exhibit. Talented artists of the region bring a multi-faceted exhibit of two and three dimensional works to the walls of Hopewell Museum. Free community opening on Friday, September 13 from 5:30-8:30 PM. Sponsored by Stoner Creek Arts. Click here for entry form.
Opens February 10, 2013 2 - 4 PM.
A Self-Portrait of Rev. Elisha Winfield Green: Excerpts from his Life & Work. Opens February 10, 2013 2-4 PM. Rev. Elisha Green (1818-1893) spanned the world of slave and free before and after the Civil War. A History Hall Pictorial Exhibit on display through December 20, 201. Read more... Read More