An art installation titled “ONE COMMUNITY, one life” opens this Sunday afternoon at 3 at the Pinecone Gallery in Paducah. The installation is a collection of life masks of people of all ages, from 3 ½ to 99. The installation remains on display at the gallery until May 31st. 

The Rotary Club of Murray hosts the Tom Rushing Memorial Ham Breakfast Saturday morning from 7 to 10 at the Murray Middle School Cafeteria. The menu includes country ham, sausage, biscuits, gravy, fruit, pastries, coffee, milk, and orange juice. Tickets are available at the door. Proceeds benefit local Rotary Club community projects. 

he Murray State University Jazz Band and the Murray State University Jazz Orchestra present a fall concert tonight at 7:30 at Lovett Auditorium. The Blue and Gold Jazz Combos also perform. Guest directors are Dr. Roger E. Reichmuth, John E. Fannin, and Dennis L. Johnson. Admission is free. 

Lari Gibbons is a Visiting Artist in Printmaking for the MSU Department of Art & Design. She gives a public lecture about her work tomorrow evening at 5 in room 631 of the Doyle Fine Arts Building at Murray State University. The lecture is free and open to the public. 

The Friends of the WG Rhea Library hold a sale of used children’s books this Saturday from 10 to 3 at the Kroger shopping center in Paris. There’s a drawing for a set of Dr. Seuss books, and the Cat in the Hat visits with children and hands out bookmarks. 

Baptist Health Paducah offers “Shine a Light on Lung Cancer,” a vigil to remember those who are struggling with lung cancer and those who have lost their lives to the disease. Speakers include cardiothoracic surgeon Nicholas Lopez. The vigil is tomorrow evening at 5 in the Larry Barton Atrium at Baptist Health Paducah.

There’s an Empty Bowls Project Paint-A-Thon and chili supper this Friday night from 6-8 at Marcella’s Kitchen in Draffenville. Each painted bowl is used in the 2016 Empty Bowls Project Dinner. Proceeds from the project support Marcella’s Kitchen, a community kitchen that feeds the hungry five days a week. Paint-A-Thon tickets are available at the door. 

The 11th annual River’s Edge International Film Festival is this weekend in Paducah. The festival highlights independent films at three downtown venues: Maiden Alley Cinema, the Market House Studio Theatre, and the National Quilt Museum classroom. Films start Friday at 1, Saturday at 11, and Sunday at 1. More information at

Maiden Alley Cinema in Paducah presents the Austrian horror film “Goodnight Mommy” tonight at 7 and 9:30. Twin boys move to a new home with their mother after she has face-changing cosmetic surgery, but under her bandages is someone the children don’t recognize. Ticket information and additional showtimes at

The Creative Arts Department of the Murray Woman’s Club holds a Christmas Bazaar, Bake Sale, and Raffle this Saturday morning from 8 to 11:30 at the clubhouse. Proceeds go to a scholarship for Murray State University art majors. The public is invited to attend.