Folks have asked, “Who did that awesome artwork for tourism’s Floating the Fork project.” Well folks…the artist is Kandace Potter, a visual artist from here in Lebanon, KY. She’s currently the visual art teacher at Marion County High School. She and her husband Gregg have three children: Hadley, 9; Reagan, 7; and Sawyer, 5. And … Read more Who did that cool artwork for Floating the Fork?
One of Lebanon, KY’s coolest old historical buildings is going to be brought back to life again…and wow, isn’t this just awesome. And it’s resurgence will bring a new highlight to an area of downtown where this shot of rejuvenation is welcomed. The Sunny Side Saloon building, which was a Union Army commissary and the … Read more Sunny Side Saloon Restoration
Some really cool things are happening over at the Marion County Historical Society and its Heritage Center in downtown Lebanon, the Heart of Kentucky. The following excellent story is reprinted here with permission of The Lebanon Enterprise, where it originally appeared. The historical society’s efforts are great news for local tourism: historic cemetery tours are … Read more Historical Society and Center Being Revived
Yes, you fans of Limestone Branch Distillery Tours can enjoy a visit in Lebanon, the Heart of Kentucky, for Saturday of this weekend. Limited. But yes…available. And as strange as it sounds, this is the first weekend in a long time that’s been possible. Prior to the COVID-19 shutdown of just about everything earlier this … Read more Limestone Branch Distillery Tours Open with Limited Availability
Lebanon Kentucky Farmer’s Market Open Again As a result of ongoing COVID-19 challenges, the startup of the Lebanon KY Farmer’s Market couldn’t be better timing. COVID-19 concerns and state-mandated social distancing guidelines have, in many cases, created food supply questions and shopping challenges. Well…now we have the Lebanon KY Farmer’s Market. And this year it … Read more Lebanon KY Farmer’s Market