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Explore the night sky with expert guidance from Dan Price, NASA Solar System Ambassador, outside through our large telescopes. The Night Sky Tour includes multimedia presentations in the Art Barn that explores the International Space Station, starting at 7pm. Observation begins at 8pm.
There’s no need to register, just come on out. Want to learn more about your own telescope, bring it out! All ages welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult. You may come and go anytime between 7-11pm.
Suggested $10 donation per group or couple.
JSP is now part of the NASA Museum Alliance! More dates to be scheduled throughout the year.
On January 17th, 1920 the consumption of alcohol would come to a halt in the US. The only legal liquor sales would be what was used for medicial, industrial, or sacramental purposes. Of course, numerous gangsters such as Al Capone still became dramatically wealthy off of illegal alcohol sales during this era. This ban would remain enforced for 13 long, hard years.
On the evening of January 18th, 2020 a century after the Prohibition's inception, we will step back in time and Roar into the 20s! Presented by Goodwood Brewery and Rolling Barrel Tours: A Night Before Prohibition! Style yourself in lavish accessories, flapper dresses, or flashy zoot suits! At Goodwood Brewery, enjoy a four course dinner, period cocktail pairings, and a swanky jazz band to dance the night away to. All included. A cash bar will also be available.
$75 - Reservations Required. Must be 21+ to attend.
Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron sing and dance to the music of George and Ira Gershwin in this winner of six Academy Awards®, including Best Picture.
All proceeds will help support financially disadvantaged student athletes at Frankfort High, Franklin County and Western Hills High Schools.
Join us for the first Arty Hour of 2020 as we welcome internationally recognized, Frankfort-based artist Toby Penney to the gallery for her first local exhibition!
It's a collector's mecca convention located in the beautiful Capitol City of Frankfort, KY. The FrankfortCon strives to be Kentucky's best and truest comic con featuring fandoms of multiple genres. As long-time fans of comic books, toys, pop-culture, manga/anime, wresting, gaming, cosplay, animation, sci-fi and fantasy., the promoter wanted to bring that style of event to Kentucky.