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Wed December 25, 2013
Datebook: December 25 - Christmas Day
Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park hosts its “First Day” hikes January 1st at 10, noon, and 2. Each hike lasts about 90 minutes and is led by the park naturalist. Bring your own water and dress for the weather. A hiking stick is recommended. To register for the free hike, call 1-800-325-1711.
The City of Hopkinsville and the Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention & Visitors Bureau have announced the city’s first African-American History Cell Phone Tour. The free tour lasts about an hour and features 18 snapshots of local history. Tour cards may be downloaded from the city’s website or picked up at the Commerce Center.
Maiden Alley Cinema presents several showings of the film “Philomena” starting tomorrow night at 7. With the help of BBC reporter Martin Sixsmith, the mother of a boy given up for adoption in the United States decides to search for her long-lost son. See showtimes and more at maidenalleycinema.org.