Wolf Run Wildlife Refuge needs volunteers for fund-raising, landscaping, customer service, animal care and other tasks. Applications available online at www.wolfrun.org. Wolf Run is open to the public noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays at 7376 Old Danville Road, Nicholasville. It's a no-kill sanctuary for animals that are not ready for release back into the wild. Animals typically on site include cougars, wolves, coyotes and Whitetail deer. Admission is $5 per person. Free for children under 2.
Perry Barnes is Volunteer of the Year for Nicholasville Now, a Kentucky Main Street Program that encourages downtown revitalization and economic development.
Jessamine County Environmental Services is providing an opportunity for residents to dispose of their residential debris March 20-27 during the 21st annual County-Wide Clean-Up. Residents are encouraged to bring their debris to one of two disposal sites: Jessamine County Road Department, 400 Park Drive; and Witt Lane in Wilmore. Items for curbside pickup must be at the curb by March 19. Curbside disposal is not available for Wilmore residents. Call (859) 881-4545.
Free bridal show
Simply Beautiful, Simply Bridal, a free bridal show presented by UK Cooperative Extension Service, will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Providence Christian Church in Brannon Crossing. See a fashion show, meet wedding professionals and win door prizes. Register at kentucky.perfectweddingguide.com. Contact Marisa Aull at (859) 885-4811.