The Jessamine County Fairgrounds will be the setting for the All-American Burger Bash on Friday and Saturday.
The free event will feature a balloon glow, a burger grill-off and a talent competition, as well as kids’ games, inflatables, a pet costume contest, a watermelon-eating contest and food trucks. The event wraps up on Saturday evening with a showing of the “The Lego Batman Movie” and a fireworks display.
A complete schedule is available at Visitnich.com.
New river guide available
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The third edition of the Kentucky River Guide has been published by the Jessamine County’s Kentucky River Task Force with funding provided by the Jessamine County Fiscal Court.
The new edition has been expanded and updated to include an inventory of landmarks and historical features from the Brooklyn Bridge at U.S. Route 68 to the Clay’s Ferry Bridge at Interstate 75 along with maps and GPS coordinates.
Copies are available at the Jessamine County Courthouse or by online request at KentuckyRiverBlueway.com.
Rooster Booster Breakfast clucks politics
Get an update on local politics at 8 a.m. Thursday at the Rooster Booster Breakfast at the Central Bank meeting room, 301 North Main Street.
Jessamine County Judge Executive David West and 39th District State Rep. Russ Meyer will speak.
Protect yourself from hacks and scams
Information technology consultant David K. Booth will share tips on how to protect yourself from identity theft, hacks and scams at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Wilmore Senior Community Center at Wesley Village.