Rolling Stones photo on display at gallery
From Feb. 25 to March 9, the Kentucky School for the Deaf Charitable Foundation is holding a silent auction for a chance to get a piece of rock and roll history, a certified, limited edition print (1 of 37) of the Rolling Stones taken by Stephen Mao of Studio Mao in New York City. Individuals may view the 20-by-24 matted print, “Mick Jagger and Keith Richards,” at the Maple Tree Gallery on Main Street and submit bids anonymously. The gallery will also accept call-in or emailed bids at email@example.com. There is a $250 reserve for the print.
Mao donated the certified print, which he took during a Rolling Stones concert in Los Angeles in 1982. It is valued at several thousand dollars. For more information on the print and the auction, contact JoAnn Hamm at the Kentucky School for the Deaf Foundation at 939-6813 or firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Maple Tree Gallery at 236-0909.
Cinderella’s Closet opens for prom season
LIBERTY — An open house will be held at Cinderella’s Closet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 2 at the Casey County High School library. The store carriess about 200 prom dresses at a time in sizes 0-24. Garters and corsages are also available.
Some dresses still have tags on them and some are gently worn. The standard cost is about $50 a dress, but no more than $150. The store will be open until prom season is over and is available to students in all school districts.
For more information, contact Linda Sallee at (606) 787-6566 or browse the dress collection at www.casey.kyschools.us under the photo gallery.
Trail ride fundraiser set for Horse Park
LEXINGTON — A trail ride fundraiser will be 10 a.m.-4 p.m. March 13 and 14 at the Kentucky Horse Park. The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation is hosting the two-day trail ride prior to the opening of “The Road to the Horse,” a three-day event matching some of the country’s best horse trainers and clinicians against one another. The event is being held for the first time.
A $50 fee allows access to trails on either or both days. Stabling is available for an additional fee of $20 per night. Paddock rentals and bedding also will be available from Devers; log on to www.deverinc.com for reservations.
Call the KHP Foundation at (859) 255-5727 to register by phone with credit card.
For more information on Road to the Horse: www.roadtothehorse.com
Note: If both days are cancelled due to inclement weather, entry fees will be refunded. Stabling fees are not refundable if stall is used, regardless of trail ride cancellation. Proceeds benefit the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation.
Garrard library lists events
LANCASTER — Enjoy stories, music and rhymes at Toddler Time beginning 6 p.m. Thursday nights in March at the Garrard County Library. Toddler Time is for ages 18 months through four years old. Registration is required and can be done by calling (859) 792-3424. Lego Club — 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. Bring your own Legos. Each month has a different theme. Snacks provided.
Story Hour — 10 a.m. Wednesdays or 1 p.m. Thursdays for children 18 months to 4 years old.
The new Cheddar’s Casual Cafe will bring at least 200 jobs to the area, according to the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership. The jobs will be mostly part-time positions. The planning and zoning issues held up the project for only a year and the realignment of Popplewell Lane is not the initial phase of construction, according to the EDP.
Danville City Commission — 5:30 p.m. Monday at city hall. Agenda items include Great American Brass Band Festival update, Heart of Danville presentation and Sister Cities committee update.
Boyle County Fiscal Court — 10 a.m. Tuesday at courthouse. Agenda items include the issue of public prayer during government meetings, ethics committee appointments and planning and zoning committee reappointment.
Beacon Youth Services Center advisory council — 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Danville High School. Open to public. For more information, call Beacon YSC director Kristi Short at (859) 936-8473.