Wilson Shrimp Farm near Lancaster is having its annual harvest on Saturday. It starts at 11 a.m. and will go until they are sold out.
Freshwater shrimp is $8 a pound and this year Wilson's will have tilapia for $4 a pound.
For more information, call (859) 339-1802 or (859) 792-1443.
From Lexington, go south on Hwy 27 to downtown Lancaster, then turn west on Hwy 52; near Lancaster city limit turn on Hwy 1150.
Never miss a local story.
Ponds are a half-mile on the left.
■ Also, Saturday at Bakery Blessings & Bookstore @ the Bar, 1999 Harrodsburg Road, Ben Woodard will be signing his new children's book A Problem with Donuts from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. And there will be real doughnuts involved!
Got a budding comedian in the family? At 2 p.m John Crissman will be back hosting Kid's Comedy Open Mike Hour. Children 12 and under can come with 4 to 5 clean jokes ready to entertain the crowd. For more information, call (859) 554-6044.
■ Southern Tier Brewery and Unlimited Spirit, 404 Southland Drive, will be conducting a sampling of their seasonal favorite "Pumking," ale brewed with pumpkins, from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday. Products will also be available for sale.
■ Fall is here but Bluegrass Farmers' Market still has tomatoes and corn coming in, along with peppers, green beans, squash, potatoes, onions, baked goods, jams, meats, eggs, herb seasoning, and ASH-free beef, pork and poultry.
Throught Oct. 25, the Bluegrass Farmers' Market is in the parking lot of Pedal the Planet and Fast Signs, 3450 Richmond Road, or at Azur Restaurant & Patio at 3070 Lakecrest Circle.
It's open from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. with plenty of free parking. More information at bluegrassfarmersmarket.org
■ Peppers, beans, and tomatoes also are still available at the Lexington Farmers' Market, along with fall favorites such as pumpkins, apples, and kale.
The Lexington Farmers' Market will be open Saturdays year round in Cheapside Park for a wide selection of produce, meats, cheeses, and other local food products, and open Sundays through October on Southland Drive.
The farmers will continue to set up on the corner of Maxwell and Broadway with seasonal produce for several more weeks.
Finally, this weekend the Lexington Farmers' Market says farewell to Stephanie Wooten. Wooten had worked at the market since 2012. She will continue to serve the community thru a Lexington-based nonprofit called GleanKY.
■ Still looking for food trucks? Lexington Beer Scene has a great calendar showing who is supposed to be where, when.
And it isn't just for beer drinkers: the site includes business lunches, too. Go to Lexbeerscene.com.
■ It isn't until next weekend, but for planning purposes, mark your calendar: Louder Than Life, a music festival with bourbon, craft beer and "gourmet man food," is Oct. 4 and 5 in Champions Park, Louisville. Ticket prices vary; go to louderthanlifefestival.com for the music, bourbon, beer and food lineup.