Exhibits and Events
May is Historic Preservation Month!
Learn how you can use state & federal tax credits for historic preservation and come away with a resource list of architects, engineers, contractors and suppliers. This workshop will be led by Ralph Quillin along with architect Rebecca Burnworth. They will use Quillin’s rehab work in downtown Paris as an example of what can be accomplished. Cost: Free to members; $10 nonmembers. Sponsored by HPBC and the SSQ Historic Preservation Fund.
Browse our tables (part of the 400 mile yard sale through Kentucky) that feature vintage stuff & plain ole treasures. Drop off your donated items anytime or call for pick-up.. All sale donations are tax deductible!
at Ralph Quillin’s, 1795 Leesburg-Newtown Rd., Paris, KY. Enjoy a leisurely summer evening at one of Bourbon County’s unique federal-style homes. Delicious food and refreshing beverages. $30 members/$35 nonmembers. Reservations required.
Opening Reception Sunday, February 10. 2013 2 - 4 PM
Book Signing of Kentucky's Frontier Highway: HIstorical Landscapes along the Maysville Road by authors Dr. Karl Raitz and Nancy O'Malley. Free with light refreshments. Sponsored by Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Federal Highway Administration, Kentucky Archaeological Survey and the W.S. Webb Museum of Anthropology. On display through June 2, 2013. Read more...
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