William T. Turner recounts the Legend of the Bell Witch tomorrow night at 5:45. Meet at the fountain of Little River Park in Hopkinsville to hear the haunting account of a poltergeist-like spirit who terrorized the family of John Bell in nearby Adams, Tennessee. For more information, call (270) 887-4270.
Organist Wayne Eastman performs tomorrow at noon at Grace Episcopal Church in Hopkinsville. This is the second of Music at Midday programs in the Fall 2014 series. The free concert lasts approximately 15 minutes and is performed on the church's historic Estey pipe organ. Everyone’s invited.
Graves County elementary and high school orchestras give two Halloween concerts tonight at the district’s Performing Arts Center. The elementary students perform at 5 p.m. and the high school orchestra starts at 7 p.m. Audience members are invited to participate in a costume contest. Admission is free.
Town & Gown sponsors a Town Hall meeting for community discussion of the parks tax referendum tomorrow at 4:30 in Wrather Auditorium. Tab Brockman makes a presentation and answers questions from community members. All Calloway County residents are invited to attend.
Rosedale Cemetery in Dawson Springs hosts a Voices from the Past Ghost Tour tomorrow night from 5-7. Guides lead visitors every 15 minutes on a walking tour through the cemetery where historical figures from Dawson Springs' past come to life. To reserve a spot, call (270) 797-4496.
Henry County High School hosts a Zombie Fun Run this Saturday morning at 9. Sign up to participate as a runner or a zombie. Zombies must provide their own costume. Registration forms available at the high school front office or on Facebook at HCHS Class of 2015 Zombie Fun Run.
Murray State University's Animal Health Technology/Pre-veterinary Club and the Humane Society of Calloway County host a Doggie Day Spa next Saturday (November 1) from 9 to 2 at Carman Animal Health Center. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required. Dogs can receive baths, ear cleanings, and nail trimmings. Microchipping is also available. For more information, visit forthepets.org.
The Murray State University Symphony Orchestra gives its first full concert of the fall semester this Thursday night at 7:30 in Lovett Auditorium. The program includes works by Mussorgsky, Mascagni, Tomasi, and Saint-Saens. The ensemble is conducted by Professor Dennis Johnson. The performance is free and open to all.
The Hopkinsville Drum Circle holds a Fun Drum this Saturday evening at 6 at Riverfront Park in Hopkinsville. Everyone’s invited to bring your own drums, percussion instruments, chairs, and soft drinks for an evening of drumming.
The Paducah Chamber Society presents Matthew Gianforte and Meeyoun Park, duo pianists and assistant professors at Murray State University, in recital this Sunday afternoon at 4 at Immanuel Baptist Church in Paducah. Admission is free.