Jessamine County

Jessamine County notes: July 15

July 14, 2014 

Historical re-enactor Bill Covington spoke with Bob Benny at the Wesley Village Senior Living Community in Wilmore.

Bringing back the spirit of '76

In honor of Independence Day, historical re-enactor Bill Covington visited residents of the Wesley Village Senior Living Community in Wilmore. During his presentation, Covington portrayed a Continental soldier of the American Revolution, keeping alive the memory of the men and women who lived, fought and suffered through the dark days that preceded the birth of the United States of America.

Science of Crime program at library

The Cincinnati Museum Center's Science-on-Wheels program will present Forensics: The Science of Crime at 12:30 p.m. and again at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Jessamine County Public Library, 600 South Main Street, Nicholasville. Participants will analyze crime scene evidence along with the human skull replica of a fictitious victim to determine the gender, ethnicity and cause of death of the missing person. The program is designed for students in grades 6-12. Register online at or call (859) 885-3523.

Gospel on the Green

Bill Bond and Acappella are the featured act for Wilmore's Gospel on the Green concert at 7 p.m. Friday. Chairs and tables are available or bring your own chairs and blankets. Mercy's Bridge will also perform. Food from local vendors will be available. Rain location is the Clark Chapel at the Wilmore United Methodist Church.

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