Over eighty vendors will be at Locust Grove this weekend, with some of the best antiques for sale in Kentucky.
Book sales are great, and the best one in town is this weekend!
Buck the usual Black Friday destinations and come to Locust grove instead for some unique gift ideas.
Bare-knuckle boxing anyone? Not all Saturday afternoons are created equal. This year’s fifth annual Jane Austen Festival at Locust Grove brought to life the characters, fashions and Regency flair of the beloved 19th century author.
The pages of Jane Austen’s timeless novels descend on the 21st Century at this weekend’s Jane Austen Festival. Head out to Locust Grove Saturday, July 21st and Sunday, July 22nd for all the tea, scones and hoop skirts you can handle.
Ready to bond over book-making? Sign up and try out a number of book and paper making sessions tomorrow, Saturday, June 23rd, at Historic Locust Grove.
Looking for another chapter beyond ‘Pride & Prejudice’? Sandy Lerner, writing under the penname ‘Ava Farmer’, will present just that with her book ‘Second Impressions’. Join The Jane Austen Society for a reading and signing this upcoming Thursday, June 21st, at 6:30pm.
Free admission to participating museums is available to all active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2012.
Learn the impressive story of Frenchwoman Jeanne Baret , the disguised 18th explorer and first woman to circumnavigate our planet. University of Louisville professor, Glynis Ridley, will present her tale as part of Locust Grove’s Afternoon Lecture Series this Wednesday, June 6th, at 1pm.
Ready for some sassy pantaloons? The Jane Austen Society will host the Regency fashions of Betsy Bashore at Historic Locust Grove this coming Sunday, May 20th at 2pm.
That Kindle Fire you got for Christmas not so shiny anymore? Skip the screen savers and get a good box of literature the old-fashioned way at the 8th annual Locust Grove Used Book Sale this weekend, Friday, March 2nd – Sunday, March 4th.
Curious what Grandma’s musty copy of “War and Peace” might be worth? Head out to Locust Grove this Thursday, February 23rd before you head to eBay. Local book appraiser, Charles Bartman, will talk about valuing your collection starting at 7pm.
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