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    'Find Your Nature' video viewers curious about Boardwalk Trail

    "Where is the wooded platform over the land area?" That question has been popular since the Henderson County Tourist Commission released the new "Find Your Nature" branding video on Monday. Read on...
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    Opening reception for barbed wire art exhibit is Thursday, Aug. 25

    An opening reception for the one-man show at Henderson Fine Arts Center Galleries featuring barbed wire as the medium is set for Thursday, Aug. 25. Read on...
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    Audubon Campground has several programs planned for Sept. 3

    John James Audubon State Park is planning a busy Saturday in the Campground Shelter for the Labor Day Weekend. Read on...
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    OVAL to celebrate 25th anniversary with two theme events

    Ohio Valley Art League will celebrate its 25th anniversary in September with two themed events. Read on...
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    Kyndle hosting Golfapalooza 2016 on Sept. 19

    Kyndle will host Golfapalooza 2016 on Sept. 19 at Henderson Country Club. The event with a 10 a.m. shotgun start includes food, music, fun, door prizes, giveaways, contests and more. Read on...
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    Hospice bereavement camp for kids coming up on Aug. 26-27

    St. Anthony’s Hospice will host the 23rd annual “A Special Kind of Camping” on Aug. 26-27 at the Brain Injury Adventure Camp in Robards. Read on...
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    Rally for Autism set Sept. 17 at Henderson County Fairgrounds

    A free event called "Rally for Autism" is set to take place on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Henderson County Fairgrounds. Read on...
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    Audubon Club sets its fall photography workshop

    Friends of Audubon and the Audubon Photography club have planned their Fall Photography Workshop for Friday-Sunday, Sept. 16-18. Read on...
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    Downtown Partnership planning new event for late September

    An event reminiscent of Downtown Henderson Partnership's "White On Main" event will be hosted by the organization on Sept. 24. The event, called "Dinner on the River," is set for 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 24 in Audubon Mill Park. Read on...
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    'Little Rembrandts' series set to resume at Audubon State Park

    A series of arts classes for pre-schoolers is about to start again at John James Audubon State Park. The classes in the "Little Rembrandts" series this fall meet on the first Friday of the month (except October) at the Audubon Museum. Read on...
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    Nominations for Kyndle Industry of the Year now being accepted

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 Industry of the Year Award. The event will take place on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 7:30 a.m. at the Henderson Fine Arts Center. Read on...
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    Kentucky State Fair opens Thursday in Louisville, runs 11 days

    A trip to the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville offers plenty to do, including entertainment, children’s activities, consumer exhibits, travel info, health education opportunities, horse shows, agricultural displays, carnival rides and food of all types. Read on...
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    Meet Winston: City's unofficial anti-littering Spokesdog

    Winston's behavior is a good reason why – if you have a love for dogs – to properly dispose of trash and food that are so tempting to trash-collecting canines. Read on...
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    Henderson Police Department joining 'Drive Sober' campaign leading up to Labor Day

    The Henderson Police Department will join law enforcement across the nation in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign which kicks off Aug. 19. Read on...
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    "How To Start A Business" five-part seminar to be offered at Kyndle

    Kyndle will host a five-part small business seminar called “How To Start A Business 101” starting Aug. 24. This seminar will be an introduction to entrepreneurs wishing to start their own business. Read on...
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    Henderson images to be auctioned to benefit Imagination Library

    A series of beautiful images of Henderson landmarks are being auctioned to benefit Imagination Library. The photographs were unveiled at this year's Kyndle 2016 Centennial Annual Celebration that took place in June. Read on...
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    Municipal Center drive-thru closed again temporarily for canopy installation

    A construction project that will add an extra payment lane and a canopy to the drive-thru at the Henderson Municipal Center has started. Read on...
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    Community hearing about branding theme in series of meetings

    Discovering your nature – whether it’s shopping downtown, eating your favorite barbecue, hiking a trail in Audubon State Park, kayaking in the sloughs, bird-watching – is something that promises to draw our community together. Read on...
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    Mayor Steve Austin reports on 'State of the City' at annual address

    Mayor Steve Austin spoke to members of the Henderson Rotary Club and Breakfast Lions Club, along with their guests, on Thursday during the annual "State of the City" address. Read on...
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    Hays Boat Ramp expected to reopen to boater traffic on Saturday, Aug. 6

    Hays Boat Ramp located in the City of Henderson’s Hays Park (near Park Field) is expected to reopen on Saturday, Aug. 6, after being closed for about two weeks for cleanup of debris that had washed into the launch area. Read on...
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    American Queen docking at Downtown Riverfront, Thursday, July 21

    The schedule can change because of river conditions and other factors, but the Henderson County Tourist Commission Office has announced a series of mid-summer through late fall visits by four different riverboats. Read on...
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    Library looking for high school annuals for historical collection

    The Henderson County Public Library Genealogy Department is looking for copies of high school annuals for its historical collection. Read on...
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    Arts Alliance will open new performing arts season on Sept. 10

    A new Henderson Area Arts Alliance performing arts season with music, Broadway tunes, dance and comedy – including one show starring pets – starts Sept. 10, and new season ticket packages are now on sale. Read on...
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    Library seeks experts for its "How-To" Day

    Henderson County Public Library is looking for individuals or groups with a skill they'd like to share with others to participate at a "How-To" Day in the fall. Read on...
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    Delkers gets Sidewalk Dining permit

    Delkers Bar & Music Venue and The Alley joins others offering the great outdoors as part of their establishment. Read on...
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    Planters gets Sidewalk Dining permit

    Planters Cafe & Coffee Bar on Main Street starts sidewalk. Read on...
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    Downtown Farm & Art Market continuing through summer

    The brand-new Farm & Art Market that’s an extension of the Henderson Farmers Market, opened on Wednesday, June 1, in Audubon Mill Park and it will continue on Wednesday through Sept. 28 (except during Handy Week.) Read on...
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    Henderson recognized as 'Playful City USA'

    For the second consecutive year, the City of Henderson has been awarded the Playful City USA designation from KaBoom!, a national non-profit organization. Read on...
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  32. New storm siren operational

    The emergency storm siren located at U.S. 41 and Watson Lane is functional again. Read More
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    Vision Plan goals falling into place at one-year mark

    One year ago, the results of the Henderson Vision Plan were released in a report that revealed where residents, local business owners and community leaders think the community should be headed in the future. It's time to check in. Read More
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