Farmers Market Customer
Appreciation Day, Sept. 10
Free food, face painting, music, balloon animals and special buys at every table. Located on the Courthouse Lawn in New Castle starting at 8 a.m.
Henry County Arts and Crafts
Guild Annual Show, Sept. 10
Paintings, gourds, jewelry, wood bowls, carvings, boxes, painted furniture, toys, quilts, candles, woolen items, leatherwork, baskets and dolls. Ye Merrie Melodious Dulcimers will be performing and the Senior Citizens will have lunch. At the Henry County Fairgrounds 4-H Building from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Living Well Workshops:
Chronic Disease Self-Management
Program, starts Oct. 5
The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program is a six-week series of workshops that meet for 2.5 hours once a week, from 1 to 3:30 p.m., starting Wednesday, Oct. 5, and ending Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Henry County Extension Office. People with different chronic health problems attend together: same time, same place, same group of people learning together for six weeks. If you are interested in participation in a Living Well workshop, please contact: Mona Huff at 502-845-6849 or email@example.com.
Preregistration is required; minimum and maximum numbers are necessary for the class. Call and reserve a place today. Sponsored by Henry County Diabetic Coalition, Henry County Resource Coalition, and Henry County Extension Office-Free Classes This Session
88th Annual Area Homemaker
Meeting: Oct. 6
To be held at the Sawyer Hayes Community Center in E.P. Tom Sawyer Park located at 2201 Lakeland Road, Louisville. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., with the meeting starting at 10 a.m.. Guest speaker is Alex Abou-Chebl, MD from the Stroke Center at University Hospital. Cost is $16 and includes a box lunch catered by All the Way Shoppe. Make checks to Henry County Homemakers. Due by Friday, Sept. 22.
Body Recall, Starts Oct. 10
The Body Recall Program is a series of gentle movements and should be safe for most individuals. Use good common sense, if you have any serious health concerns check with your doctor before enrolling. The gentle movements of the Body Recall program will help circulation to all parts of the body without stressing it, they will help increase awareness of how your own body functions, provide a sense of achievement, fun and fellowship.
No special clothing is required just something that allows for ease of movement. Cost is $30 for new participants. Stop by and try a class out to see if it something you might be interested in! Held at 10:30 a.m. each day at the Extension Office.
Chautauqua, Oct. 25
Program will be Mary Settles-The Last Shaker at Pleasant Hill: Frank and Mary Settles were planning to move from Louisville to Missouri, where they would purchase a farm and raise a family but when Frank left Mary and the children at Pleasant hill to get the farm he never returned. She taught at Pleasant Hill for 27 years and was the last member to live there. Call the Extension Office to register so that we will know how many chairs to prepare. Refreshments following the program at Twin Oaks Assisted Living at 6:30.
Holiday Bazaar, Nov. 12
The event will be held at the Henry County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The booths are all currently rented but we have a waiting list. As always the Senior Citizens will be providing lunch.
Wool Rug Hooking group
starting in Oldham County
They plan to meet monthly on Third Thursdays at 10 a.m. at Oldham County Extension Office for more information call the Oldham County office at 502-222-9453 or just go! Everyone is welcome.
Sequence Card Game Group
We have a group that is playing sequence on Friday mornings at 9:30 here at the Extension Office before the Body Recall class. This is a great brain cell builder and a lot of fun. If you are interested just stop by and join or call Tym Ricketts at 845-2574 for more information.