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LAWRENCE COUNTY'S BIGGEST ENTERTAINMENT VENUE OPENS TONIGHT AT FALLSBURG. OWNER BRIAN CASSADY HAS STEADILY BUILT THE FALLSBURG HAUNTED HOUSE (FEARPLEX) INTO A NATIONALLY KNOWN 'MUST SEE' VISIT IN THE PAST 10 YEARS. CASSADY SAYS HE HAS INVESTED $70,000 IN THIS YEAR'S FEARPLEX WHICH HAS NEW ATTRACTIONS NEVER BEFORE SEEN.

 

Haunted Attraction Magazine calls the Fallsburg Fearplex a MUST SEE HAUNT 2017 Haunted Attraction Magazine calls the Fallsburg Fearplex a MUST SEE HAUNT 2017

THE FEARPLEX OPENS TONIGHT! TICKET SALES START 30 MINS BEFORE DARK!

OPEN EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT!

SEPTEMBER 22ND THROUGH OCTOBER 29TH


Regular Tickets $22

Speed Pass $40 - INCLUDES ALL 5 ATTRACTIONS

TICKETS ON SALE 30 MINUTES BEFORE DARK

OPEN RAIN OR SHINE

PARKING $3 PER VEHICLE

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Crimes of the Heart opens Sept. 28

ACTC will present a community production of “Crimes of the Heart,” written by Beth Henley and directed by Jim Maggard.

Performances begin at 7 p.m. Sept. 28-30 in the J.B. Sowards Theatre at the College Drive Campus.

General admission tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-10, $5 for ACTC students and employees, or $8 per person in groups of 10 or more. Children age 5 and under get in free.

Sept. 19, 2017

FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Garden Club of Kentucky will dedicate two more Monarch butterfly waystations at the William Whitley House State Historic Site and Carter Caves State Resort Park in September.

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The William Whitley House ceremony is Sept. 22 at 5 p.m. and the Carter Caves event is Sept. 27 at 2 p.m.

Members of the Garden Club of Kentucky have worked with state parks and other groups to design and install Monarch waystations.

Monarch butterflies need specific resources for their migration to and from Mexico. Those include nectar producing flowers, shelter and milkweed, the only plant that Monarch caterpillars will eat. These Kentucky waystations serve millions of migrating Monarch butterflies.

Other Kentucky State Parks with Monarch waystations include: Kentucky Dam Village, Waveland, Blue Licks Battlefield, Perryville Battlefield, Old Fort Harrod, Fort Boonesborough, Cumberland Falls, Lake Barkley, Jenny Wiley, Pennyrile Forest, General Butler and Barren River Lake.

For more information about the Monarch waystation program or butterfly gardening, visit www.monarchwatch.org

For more information about Kentucky State Parks, visit www.parks.ky.gov