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Read Like A Rock Star Challenge

Read Like A Rock Star Challenge

WHEN February 11, 2016

This challenge is for Second Street students, teachers, staff, parents and the community! The goal is to read 10,000 books before May 20! If the goal is met, the Second Street principals will camp out on the school roof with a teacher of the students’ choice!

Click here to print the reading log

Mt. Eden Saddle Club Horse Show

Mt. Eden Saddle Club Horse Show

WHEN March 2, 2016
WHERE Mt. Eden Saddle Club

All shows are on Saturday: April 9; May 14; June 11; July 9; August 13; September 10 and October 8

$2 to get in; children 6 and under are free. Shows start @ 6 p.m.


Masquerade Jewelry and accessories Sale

WHEN May 4, 2016
WHERE Frankfort Regional Medical Center


All proceeds benefit Relay for Life.


You can shop on the following days at the following times:

Wednesday: 8-10 p.m.

Thursday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.





R. Kelly

R. Kelly

WHEN May 8, 2016
WHERE KFC Yum Center

The Buffet Tour

Click here for tickets

Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper

WHEN May 9, 2016
WHERE Louisville Palace
Dave Matthews Band

Dave Matthews Band

WHEN May 20, 2016
WHERE Riverbend Music


WHEN June 4, 2016
WHERE KFC Yum Center

The I Love The 90’s tour will bring you back to the days when MTV actually played music, when the president told you that you could smoke marijuana without inhaling, and a rubber koosh ball was on every kids Christmas list. Featuring performances from Salt n Pepa, Color Me Badd, Tone Loc, Rob Base, All 4 One, Kool Moe Dee and Young MC, the tour will come to KFC Yum Center on June 4, 2016.

Tickets will go on sale Friday, February 19th at the KFC Yum! Center Box Office, Ticketmaster.com and charge by phone 800-745-3000.

The 1990s was a vibrant decade marked by multiculturalism and globalization which was enhanced by a piece of game changing technology known then as the world wide web. One of the era’s most successful TV shows, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, dramatically and comedically displayed how hip hop culture left the hood and was spread across the suburbs. Dope, fresh & da bomb became regular vernacular, baggy pants & backwards baseball hats were regular 8th grade uniform and the music of Salt n Pepa, Coolio, Tone Loc & Young MC were taking over top 40 radio.

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