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  • Arts Council of Southern Indiana

    Mission The mission of the Arts Council of Southern Indiana is to engage our community through the arts, play a role in ensuring that the arts enrich our lives, and to offer collaboration, encouragement and support to our cultural and artistic community while making certain...

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  • Golf Shores Fun Center

     Golf Shores Fun Center is here to provide you with ample recreational activities. Our Outdoor Course is ready and waiting for you to come set that low score that eluded you last year! If you're looking for some exciting indoor Mini Golf, you will love our black-light I...

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  • Hayswood Theatre

    Welcome to Hayswood Theatre located in beautiful downtown Corydon, IN. We are located just off the square next to the Kintner House Bed & Breakfast. We hope you will join us for a wonderful time of family entertainment....

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  • Historic State Theater

    History The State Theater was constructed during 1942 for J.M. Hobbs, President of the Kentucky Amusement Company, by the T. J. Murphy Company of Bowling Green, Kentucky at a cost of $100,000. The theater was leased and operated by Bob Enoch during the majority of the time ...

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  • Oldham County Arts Center

    About the Arts Center :   The Oldham County Schools Arts Center opened in August 2004 in the heart of Crestwood.  The Center serves the region as a performing and visual arts center, an arts school,and an adult, family, and community educa...

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  • General George Patton Museum

    About us: The Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor was established to preserve historical material relating to Cavalry and Armor and to make these properties available to Armor soldiers and for public exhibit and research. The Museum is administered by the U.S. Army Armor Ce...

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  • Bardstown Art Gallery

    The Bardstown Art Gallery opened in 1971 in Spalding Hall, the site of a defunct boarding school for boys in Bardstown, Kentucky. After 26 years in that location the gallery moved to its present location, a 1930's Arts & Crafts bungalow, on West Stephen Foster Ave. We ar...

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  • Folk Dancer Record Center

    The Kentucky Dance Foundation was founded in 1991 as a not-for-profit corporation to help preserve and advance the cultural heritage of folk dancing and related arts. The founding members of KDF have long and colorful association with American Folk culture as dancers, ca...

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  • Schmidt Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia

    History: With completion of the third Elizabethtown Coca-Cola Bottling Plant in 1971, Bill and his wife Jan began to search out a few Coca-Cola antiques to decorate office spaces. By 1976, their passion for collecting Coca-Cola memorabilia was filling warehouses. In 1976,...

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  • Lincoln Museum

    About Us: The Lincoln Museum is on the National Register of Historic Places and includes 12 authenticated scenes from Lincoln’s life. On the second level are exhibits, memorabilia, and the Lincoln Days Art Collection.  Founded in 1989, the museum began as&mdash...

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  • Lincoln Days Celebration

    Mission Lincoln Days Celebration, Inc. was chartered in 1975 as a non-profit, non-partisan organization. It was established for the purpose of celebrating the birth of Abraham Lincoln in an appropriate manner, to create an awareness of his values and influences upon this ...

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  • Pine Knob Theatre, Inc.

    About Us : Built in 1987 this 500 seat Amphitheater is now the heart of the community which tells the many stories about Pine Knob. This community once was the home of the infamous outlaw "Dock Brown" who lived here from 1842 until his death in 1851....

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  • Grayson County Tourism Commission
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  • French Lick Scenic Railway Museum

    History:French Lick Scenic Railway Museum  is a tourist railway and museum located in French Lick, Indiana.  The Museum was founded in 1961 in the town of Westport, Indiana where the railroad operated a tourist excursion, utilizing one small locomotive, three passe...

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  • Derby Dinner Playhouse

    About Us: Derby Dinner Playhouse is proud to be one of the oldest and largest continually operating professional dinner theatres in the country. For over 38 years the theatre has served the Southern Indiana region and Kentucky by reaching out to more than 3 million people. D...

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  • Calvin Ray's Live Music
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  • Stevens Memorial Museum

    Built in 1970 as a memorial to preserve the community's history, the Stevens Memorial Museum is the centerpiece of the John Hay Center, founded by the Washington County Historical Society.  The museum was designed to preserve the heritage of Washington County, Indiana a...

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  • The Depot - Rail Road Museum

    History The Depot at the John Hay Center started as the long-time dream of retired Salem newspaper editor Cecil J. Smith whose hobby has been collecting toy and model trains and railroad memorabilia. With the help of many, his dream of having a railroad museum in Salem bec...

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  • Speed Art Museum

    History: The Speed Art Museum, originally known as the J. B. Speed Memorial Museum, is Kentucky’s oldest and largest art museum. It was founded in 1925 by Hattie Bishop Speed as a memorial to her husband, James Breckinridge Speed, a prominent Louisville businessman an...

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  • New Performing Arts

    About Us Welcome to New Performing Arts, a nonprofit organization enriching the cultural experiences of Kentucky children, while building sustainable demand in small communities for the work of classical musicians and other artists. This season, with the support of...

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  • Louisville Youth Orchestra

    Mission : The mission of the Louisville Youth Orchestra is to provide high quality musical experiences and the opportunity of performing for the benefit of the community and its young musicians regardless of race, creed or economic circumstances....

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  • Louisville Zoo

    The Louisville Zoological Gardens, a non-profit organization and state zoo of Kentucky, is dedicated to its mission to "Better the Bond Between People and Our Planet" by providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for visitors, and leadership in conservation edu...

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  • Muhammad Ali Center

    Mission:The mission of the Muhammad Ali Center is to preserve and share the legacy and ideals of Muhammad Ali, to promote respect, hope and understanding, and to inspire adults and children everywhere to be as great as they can be. About Us: The Muhammad Ali Center is a ...

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  • Louisville Visual Art Association

    Mission Statement The Louisville Visual Art Association is a Catalyst for Education and Participation in the Visual Arts. LVAA engages artists and audiences through an energetic agenda of education, community outreach, artist support and exhibitions. These programs n...

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  • Louisville Ballet

    History:Louisville Ballet, the official ballet of the commonwealth of Kentucky, was founded in March 1952 as a civic ballet company. At that time, the Louisville Ballet employed guest artistic directors and choreographers on a production-by-production basis. In 1965, Larry G...

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  • Kentucky Shakespeare Festival

    History Kentucky Shakespeare Festival originated as a community theatre group, The Carriage House Players, founded in 1949 by C. Douglas Ramey. The Carriage House, appropriately named for the building at 310 W. Kentucky, began as a theatre workshop, teaching students acting...

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  • B. Deemer Gallery

    History B. Deemer Gallery is located in Louisville's historic Crescent Hill neighborhood and was established in 1990. The owner, Brenda Deemer, has successfully dealt with fine art since 1972. More than 50 living artists are represented by the Gallery, of which approximatel...

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  • Kentucky Derby Museum

    About Us:The Kentucky Derby Museum, which sits on the front steps of historic Churchill Downs, is a very visible part of our community as one of Louisville's premiere attractions. Graciously welcoming over 210,000 guests through the doors each year and giving them a first ha...

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  • Conrad-Caldwell House Museum

    Mission: To be the regions #1 historic destination and venue through preservation, education and community. We are thoughtful stewards that: Sustain and preserve the house and its heritage. Educate, inspire and engage our communities. Create memories, relationships an...

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  • Portland Museum

    Mission The Portland Museum is an educational resource that exists to collect, preserve, exhibit, interpret and enhance the culture and heritage of Portland. About Us: The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to Portland Museum, Inc. wi...

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  • The Higgins Maxwell Gallery
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  • Ming Gallery Asian Antiques and Art

    About Us Our collection consists of Chinese antique furniture, pottery, porcelain, bronzes and original contemporary paintings. Through our travels and buying trips to China , we have edited through thousands of pieces that pass through our hands and eyes to bring you some o...

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  • Saint James Court Art Show

    The St James Court Art Show is held the first full weekend in October in Historic Old Louisville. St. James Court Art Show was founded on October 12, 1957 by St. James Court Association president, Malcolm Bird. Back in 1957, St James Court Association was faced with an empt...

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  • Louisville Orchestra

    About Us:Founded in 1937 by conductor Robert Whitney and Charles Farnsley, then Mayor of Louisville, the Louisville Orchestra has long been recognized as the cornerstone of the Louisville arts community.The ensemble offers a wide variety of concert series to the community, i...

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  • Walden Theatre

    The mission of Walden Theatre is to provide the opportunity for young people to grow and develop through the comprehensive study of theatre....

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  • Blue Apple Players

    History and Mission:Founded in 1976, by Paul Lenzi and Geraldine Ann Snyder, Blue Apple Players is a nationally acclaimed nonprofit, theater company producing original educational musicals and programs that engage young people. While the artistic quality of our programs has ...

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  • Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium

    Mission:The planetarium serves a variety of audiences, including pre-kindergarten through grade 12 students, college students and the general public. Its goal is to advance understanding of the universe in which we live, address the National Science Education Standards, stat...

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  • Iroquois Amphitheater

    About Us: The Iroquois Amphitheater was constructed in the spring of 1938 through federal Works Progress Administration labor. The facility has been a source of pride for South Louisville for decades, although years of patchwork repair created problems in the Amphitheater, ...

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  • Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory

    It takes a special place to craft the Official Bat of Major League Baseball. Since 1884, Louisville Slugger has put prime lumber in the hands of the greatest players of the game. A visit to the museum shows you how the sport has changed a bit between then and now, but the "c...

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  • Bunbury Theatre

    Mission:The Mission of Bunbury Theatre is to create enriching, diverse, live theatrical experiences for the community and its artists in an intimate and professional setting....

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