March 2019 | Lexington Area Events


My Old Kentucky Dinner Train’s Murder Mystery | Bardstown | March 9

We invite you to join us on board for a memorable journey that’s sure to keep you guessing. While riding through Kentucky’s scenic countryside, guests will enjoy a four course meal and a live murder mystery show! The events lasts approximately two and a half hours and will thrill the young and young at heart. Tickets are $109.95 for adults and $69.95 for children (5-12). The excursion begins at 4:30 p.m. at the Train Depot. Reservations recommended. 602 N Third St., 502-348-7300 or 866-801-3463. https://www.kydinnertrain.com

Spring Spectacular Angus Sale |Blue Grass Stockyards | March 16, 10 am – 4pm

Nowhere else can you find this truly Kentucky experience! Meet the men and women who produce quality Kentucky beef, have a Kentucky Proud burger from the in-house restaurant Hayden’s Stockyard Eatery, and shop the talented vendors from across the bluegrass!

Blue Grass Stockyards is hosting their second annual Vendor Market + Purebred Angus Sale March 9th.

Shop the Kentucky Proud vendors 10 am to 4 pm. Spring Spectacular Angus Sale begins at 1 pm.

Vendors: T’s Crafty Treasures, Caudill Cowboy Art, Cotton Bickers Spoon Rings, Georgetown Originals, Bakehouse 6:35, Kathleen McGuire- Caudill Leather Goods, Bluegrass Kettle Masters, Collections by Tracy, Korn-Fed Outfitters, Kool And Krafty Kreations, Usborne Books, Dede’s Doll Clothes, Horsefeathers by Paige Prewitt, Barnyard Decals, Korn-Fed Outfitters, Krazy Goats Soaps, Kentucky Junior Angus Association, Double Barrel Honey, Soulrebelex Bodycare & Studio, The Brass Chipmunk, and Cowboy Church

KY Crafted Market | KY Horse Park | March 16 – 17

The Kentucky Crafted Market is the Kentucky Arts Council’s premier marketing event of Kentucky artistry produced each year. The show features the highest quality art, craft, literature, music and food found in the state. More than 200 Kentucky Crafted and select out-of-state artists, musicians and artisanal food producers make their finest work available to wholesale buyers and the general public during the three-day event. Held at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park. Purchase online tickets here.

Kegs and Eggs Full Irish Breakfast |Georgetown | March 16

The Slainte Public House is excited to welcome their Third Annual Kegs and Eggs Breakfast to Georgetown, KY! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day weekend with a full Irish breakfast buffet catered by Minton’s, drink specials, live music and more.


St. Patrick’s Tea Party | Bardstown | March 16

SOLD OUT. Come join us as we get a head start for the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Teas from Ireland, Irish inspired breads, savories, and sweet treats will be served. Information and activities about the Irish inspired and this internationally celebrated holiday will be shared. Noon until 2 p.m. Cost $25 per participant. Reservations required; reservations will be accepted until March 14. Please call or text Clara Fulkerson at 502-276-6731 to make reservations. Wickland, 550 Bloomfield Rd. www.historicwickland.com

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Flight Simulator Sunday at Aviation Museum of KY | Lexington | March 17

Try your hand at flight on one of the flight simulators at the Aviation Museum of Kentucky. Offered the third Sunday of the month from 1:30 – 4:30. Included with the cost of admission.

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“Meadows in the Bloom” at My Old Kentucky Home | Bardstown | March 18 – April 21

Victorian Easter Traditions are on full display at My Old Kentucky Home. Come see the mansion fully decorated for the Easter holiday and hear stories of Easter traditions dating back to the mid-19th century. Tours begin on the hour (Last Tour begins at 4 p.m.). For more information visit www.visitmyoldkyhome.com 501 E. Stephen Foster, 502-348-3502.

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Lexington Comic & Toy Convention | Lexington | March 21 – 24

Lexington Convention Center 430 West Vine Street, Lexington, 40507

The Lexington Comic & Toy Con is back on March 21-24, 2018! It will be held in the Heritage Hall at the Lexington Convention Center in Downtown Lexington

Time: Friday 1pm-9pm; Saturday 10am-7pm; Sunday 10am-4pm

Price: $20-65

Road to the Horse | KY Horse Park | March 22 – 24

Fans at Road to the Horse, follow the journey and witness an accumulation of a lifetime of passion and knowledge be put to the test as elite clinicians from around the world face off for the coveted World Championship of Colt Starting title. Fans witness partnerships develop before their very eyes, they witness the setbacks and witness the triumphs, as competitors build a relationship with an untouched 3-year-old American Quarter Horse which will then be put to the ultimate test, where only one can walk away with the World Championship of Colt Starting title.

Gtown Eats Culinary Week | Georgetown | March 23 – 30

Dine in the delicacies of Georgetown during #GtownEats Week, March 23-30. #GTownEats Week is an 8-day culinary celebration featuring local Georgetown restaurants, bakeries and drinking establishments. Businesses have the opportunity to offer multi-course meals and/or unique menu items at a discounted price. Customers are encouraged to stop in for breakfast, lunch and dinner at participating businesses for exclusive meals and deals – only available during this designated week. 

My Old Kentucky Dinner Train’s Murder Mystery | Bardstown | March 23

We invite you to join us on board for a memorable journey that’s sure to keep you guessing. While riding through Kentucky’s scenic countryside, guests will enjoy a four course meal and a live murder mystery show! The events lasts approximately two and a half hours and will thrill the young and young at heart. Tickets are $109.95 for adults and $69.95 for children (5-12). The excursion begins at 5:00 p.m. at the Train Depot. Reservations recommended. 602 N Third St., 502-348-7300 or 866-801-3463. www.kydinnertrain.com

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Spring Mountain Folk Festival | Berea | March 28 – 30

Youth Dancers come with their traditional dance groups and leaders, having practiced a pre-agreed-upon set of dances. They practice together and invite the public to evening dances on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights including a gala processional with flowering branches on Saturday. For more information, visit berea.edu/mff