Henry Ford's Model T left the Detroit factory on this day in 1908. Less than 20 years later, Ford would watch his 15 millionth Model T roll out. The automobile opened travel for the middle-class. Ford said his wish was that a family could enjoy "the blessing of hours of pleasure in God's great open spaces."
It’s Friday, Sept. 27
A Youth Explosion 2013: The Only Name Tour concert is tomorrow at Trigg County High School with Big Daddy Weave, Chris August, Unspoken, Jeremy Dale, and Tony Tillman. Doors open at 3, a pre-concert show begins at 4:45, and the concert starts at 6. Admission is free. The event is held outside, rain or shine. Lawn chairs and blankets welcome.
The Hopkinsville Art Guild’s 43rd Pennyroyal Juried Art Exhibition opens Monday at the Hopkinsville Community College Auditorium Gallery. The exhibit features artwork in a variety of media by artists from Kentucky and the surrounding states. The exhibit’s free and open to the public through the month of October.
Angels Attic Thrift Shop seeks donations of clothing, furniture, appliances, household items, and toys. Sale proceeds benefit the Angels Community Clinic, which provides healthcare to the working uninsured in Calloway County. Bring donations to 972 Chestnut Street Monday through Saturday from 8 to 5.
Add your community events to the calendar at wkms.org. Thanks for listening.