September 2020 | Lexington Area Events

With the cancellation of many public events, please check if the event you are interested in is still happening. We are updating our list as we find out about those being postponed or cancelled.

Friday Night Block Party | Versailles | September 11

Join us for our Friday Night Block Party brought to you by the City of Versailles and the Versailles Merchant Association. Enjoy live music, food and drink vendors and activities for the whole family!

5 Below Band will be playing that evening!

Cancelled | Bluegrass International Cup | Mt. Brilliant Farm | September 11

September Yearling Sale | Keeneland September 14 – 26

Ironhorse Half Marathon | Midway | September 20

Join Midway this fall for the 11th annual Iron Horse Half Marathon & 12k. We want to make your race day special by providing the following race amenities: Short sleeved technical shirt with custom Iron Horse artwork, suitable for framing Iron Horse poster by local artist Cricket Press, custom bib numbers, hand made age group awards by a local potter, free unlimited downloading of all race photos after the race, free custom 13.1 sticker to all participants, and finally, one HUGE finisher medal!

Fall Mountain Folk Festival | Berea | September 25 – 26

For a number of years the Folk Circle of Berea has promoted a wide range of dance events. This year’s focus will be Scandinavian, English, Appalachian, and contra dances. Come and join the fun with… read more >

The Smokehouse Dinner Series | September 27

Chef Chris Cain, Black Soil: Our Better Nature and Guide Realty join forces to support the participants of FoodChain Food Sector ProgramChef Chris Cain, Black Soil: Our Better Nature and Guide Realty join forces to support the participants of FoodChain Food Sector Training Program. Featuring LaRue County based, Cleav’s Family Market, Chef Cain will prepare to perfection mouthwatering cuts of meat paired with locally sourced sides accompanied by flagship flights from local breweries.
As the Chef Owner- Operator of Daughters’ Southern, Cain credits his father as a prominent influence on his culinary style. Centering alongside Kentucky raised farm product are the participants of the FoodChain Food Sector Training Program. Under their leadership, Chef Cain will receive support as the students receive real world, hands on training in Lexington’s bustling hospitality scene.
A portion of the proceeds from this 2 part series is designed to financially empower and support the participants of the FoodChain Food Sector Training Program.
Join Black Soil: Our Better Nature and its Presenting Sponsor, Guide Realty, for an exciting new Dinner Series featuring Smoked Meats + Flagship Flights + Cultivating Philanthropy.
SUNDAY, JULY 19 ETHEREAL BREWING
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 ROCK HOUSE BREWING
3PM-7PM
TICKETS: $40