The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will hold a Public Involvement Meeting from 5-7 p.m. April 8 at the Wilmore Senior Community Center at Wesley Village, 1125 Lexington Road. The open forum meeting with transportation officials will focus on a plan to modify the intersection at U.S. 68 and KY 29, known locally at the "Y." The public will be asked to provide input on three intersection alternatives.
Summer activities fair
The Jessamine County Public Library is hosting a Summer Activities Fair from 1:30- 4:30 p.m., April 13. The fair is an opportunity for organizations to set up a booth and get the word out about activities offered to families during the summer. Participating organizations include the Jessamine YMCA, Newton's Attic, Lion's Pride Martial Arts and Wilmore Academy of Ballet. For more information call Kelly Little at (859) 885-3523, ext. 287.
Asbury to sponsor Ichthus Festival
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Asbury University has announced that it will partner with Creation Festivals to present the 2014 Ichthus Festival on June 4-7 at the Kentucky Horse Park. Returning after a one-year hiatus, the Ichthus Festival is one of the United States' longest-running Christian music festivals.
Creation Festivals, an organization with a vision for introducing and nurturing Christian faith through music, is moving the event to the Kentucky Horse Park for the first time. Asbury plans to give away $200,000 in scholarships in conjunction with the festival. Asbury's participation in the event dates back to its founding in Wilmore in 1970. More information at Ichthusfestival.com.