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So much to DO... So much to SEE... So much FUN to have! STAY and PLAY in our area! Beech Bend Park - Waterpark Expansion................4 Area Fairs & Events..................................................4 Pine Knob Theatre....................................................8 Top Ten Things to do with Your Pet.......................10 Sunburst Youth Theatre..........................................12 Xclaim Youth Theatre.............................................12 Bowling Green Farmers Markets............................14 BB&T Concerts in the Parks Schedule...................16 College Hill - Historic Walking Tour........................18 WKU Summer Camps for Kids - Art & Music..........20 30 Free Things to do with Your Kids ......................22 Kentucky State Fair................................................24 Franklin Simpson Summer Nights Concerts...........24 Kentucky Kid’s Page - Word Search.......................25 Bowling Green Day Trips........................................26 Community Education - Photography Classes.......30 WKU Summer Camps for Kids - Academic............30 Summer Activity Guide 2016

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Beech Bend Park has announced the largest water park expansion in park history. The multi-million dollar expansion includes Cyclone Saucers, the FIRST EVER North American installation of ProSlide’s FlyingSAUCER ride. This history-making, ground breaking water slide will offer a very unique ride experience. Riders will fly around the edge of three “flying saucers” at high speeds. At nearly 500 feet long with a 55 foot elevation change, Cyclone Saucers is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Joining Cyclone Saucers in 2016 are three more new iconic rides. Tidal Wave positions riders face to face as they surge up a thrilling wall and hang weightless before rocketing back down. Riptide features an intense dark ride section, before plummeting into two separate funnels. Polynesian Plunge drops riders from the top of the slide tower into a swirling bowl. All four slides are being custom designed for Beech Bend Park by ProSlide Technology, Inc. The new rides open in June, 2016. Beech Bend Park is a family owned park which employs approximately 300 people per season. It is part of a large entertainment complex that includes Beech Bend Raceway and Beech Bend Campground, and brings almost one million visitors to the Bowling Green area each year.

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A short 45 minute drive up the back roads of Highway 185 north of Bowling Green will take you to one of the most complete historic communities in Kentucky with hiking trails, scenic caves, historic buildings, picnic grounds and one of the nation’s outdoor theatres. The historic community of Pine Knob, just 5 miles north of Caneyville, Kentucky, is a good place to visit on a weekend road trip, complete with the old country store built in 1939; the old 4-room Pine Knob School, built in 1925; the 120 year old Primitive Baptist Church; the Stinson House built in 1865; creeks for kids to wade; springs to quench the thirst; hiking trails up rugged old Pine Knob; and plays presented each Friday and Saturday evening from June through September. Since 1987, five different productions have been performed during the summer, including Dock Brown - Legend of an Outlaw, Down in Hoodoo Holler, Lucy and Ruth’s Diner, Daddy Took the T-Bird Away, and Bee Bop a Lula. The shows are both history and folklore as well as musically entertaining with Doo-wop and Bebop music. The Pine Knob Theatre cast not only performs during the summer at Pine Knob, but they also perform at many fine arts centers — including the Riverpark Center in Owensboro, the Henderson Fine Arts Center in Henderson, and the Alhambra Theatre in Hopkinsville — during the fall and winter months. Dinner shows are also presented each spring at Rough River State Resort Park which is only 14 miles north of Pine Knob. This beautiful spring-fed valley is very scenic, and a number of weddings are performed there each summer as well as family reunions, picnics, and photographers taking pictures of the wonderful scenery — it’s truly one of Kentucky’s little hidden treasures!

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The sun is out, and your sunscreen is on. (Don’t forget sunscreen for Fido, too. Melanoma is a pet health issue, also.) Summer is the perfect time to squeeze in some adventure and relaxation. Here are ten ideas for summertime pet-friendly activities that are guaranteed to please both you and your four-legged best friend. Buy a kiddie pool & invite friends over for a pooch pool party and barbecue for the humans. Find a restaurant with a dog friendly patio, bring a book, and order a summer drink. You’ll be amazed at all the people who will stop to say hello. Organize a trail hike appropriate for your dog’s fitness level and breed. Be cautious not to go in the heat of the day, and be sure to bring a doggie water receptacle for breaks. Take your dog camping with you--bonus points for letting him or her sleep in the tent. Go to a lake or other safe body of water for an afternoon of swimming. Many breeds other than retrievers love the water; see if your dog is one of them. Consider a canine lifejacket if you’re boating with your dog. Look into local canine dog shows, contests, or field trials that you and your best friend could enter. You might train with a frisbee, for agility, or even just regular obedience training. This is a great way to bond with your pet and teach him or her some impressive new tricks. If you have a mild mannered and gentle dog, look into local hospitals or nursing homes to see if there is a need for a therapy dog. A visit from a friendly furry pet is sure to bring a smile to ill people. For small dogs, a bike pull trailer meant for children can be easily converted to accommodate dogs, allowing you to take the littlest members along for leisurely summer bike rides. Be sure your pet is safely harnessed in so that he or she can’t leap out, and always avoid roadways with dogs. Check out the local dog park. Most cities have some designated parks where dogs are allowed to roam off leash. Always ensure your pet is up-to-date on vaccinations when frequenting high dog-trafficked areas. Take a scenic car ride with the windows (partially) down. If your dog loves to stick his or her head out the window, consider getting him or her “doggles,” which are canine goggles designed to protect eyes and shield from the sun as well. It has been proven that people who include their dogs in their everyday lives tend to forge better bonds and longer lasting friendships with them. Dogs that are exposed to a variety of situations tend to have less anxiety and can be less timid. By getting outdoors and including your furry ‘children’ in family outings this summer, you’ll be sure to make lasting memories while also helping your dog to be the best companion possible. 10

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XClaim! Where Every Child is a Star!

2016 Summer Performance Camps F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , v i s i t w w w. x c l a i m i n c . c o m 502 College Street • Bowling Green, KY 42101

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Ages 4-6. June 6-10. $75. 9:30am-12:00pm. Campers will stage nursery rhymes, stories, and songs and create simple props. Snack time: 10:30am.

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Acting. Ages 7-18. June 6-10. $125. Campers will present scenes from shows produced by Xclaim! this past year. Each day, campers rehearse their scenes and attend Tech workshops in scenery, props, costumes, sound, and lighting. All campers will peform speaking roles in more than one scene.

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Ages 7-18. June 13-17. $150. Campers will create a Broadway style musical revue featuring songs from past and upcoming Xclaim! shows, current Broadway musicals, and shows we hope will be stage musicals. Students need a pair of jazz shoes for camp. All campers sing at least one musical solo. Campers receive camp t-shirt, photo, and certificate. All camps under the direction of Xclaim! Executive Director Christopher H. Cherry.

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College Hill

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The College Hill Neighborhood and Historic District in Bowling Green is a highly concentrated group of eighty nineteenth and early-twentieth century residences and churches of architectural and historical significance. Styles, forms, and construction methods are mixed freely throughout the district. The majority of structures were built in Queen Anne, Greek Revival, Italianate, or Eclectic styles between 1840 and 1930. The spine of this residential district is State Street, a principal north-south street that connects the Downtown Historic District with the campus of WKU on College Hill. The neighborhood also includes Chestnut, College, and Park Streets that parallel State Street. Starting in the 1880s, the presence of three colleges on the summit of the hill-Ogden College, Potter College, and now WKU--stimulated the growth of this residential section between the hill and the city’s historic core. In addition to housing members of the academic community, the College Hill area has served as home to bank presidents, a minister to Peru, judges, authors, and all manners of the professional sector. Today, this is the largest historic residential neighborhood in the city that maintains its original integrity and character. Begin your tour at the Warren County Public Library (Main Branch) parking lot located at 1225 State Street. Starting on College Street, the walking route follows the main streets of College, State, Chestnut, and Park first towards the hill and then back with occasional detours onto 12th, 13th, and 14th Avenues. The route ends at the corner of 13th Avenue and Chestnut Street only two short blocks to the library. For more information, visit www.chnabg.org. Enjoy your tour!

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WKU Summer Camps for Kids

ART & MUSIC PROGRAMS For more information, visit www.wku.edu/kentuckymuseum The Kentucky Museum offers four weeks of summer camp in June for kids ages 6-12 years. Each camp has its own specific age range. All camps are Monday-Friday from 8:30am-12pm in the Kentucky Museum education classroom. There is a snack break daily around 10am with snacks supplied by the museum. Children may register for more than one camp. Please remember space is limited and spots are filled on a first come, first serve basis. Camp fees are: members - $110, non-members - $125. Each student will have work exhibited during the Kentucky Museum’s summer camp exhibit in the Dorothy Grider Garden Gallery. The exhibit opens Saturday, July 16 and runs through Monday, August 29. A reception honoring the campers and teachers will be open and free to the public on Friday, August 5, 5-8 pm during the Bowling Green Gallery Hop. Campers will learn basic hand building techniques to create a variety of functional and decorative ceramic pieces. Students will have an opportunity to paint their work. Pottery will be fired after the camp and participants will need to pick up kiln fired work approximately two weeks after camp. Painting camp activities will be rich in contemporary art exploration. Students will use the techniques and imagery from the poured canvases of Pollock, paper cutouts of Matisse and Liechtenstein’s pop art paintings. Students will also create and paint their own assemblage. Campers will create in 3 dimensions. We will make portraits in the style of Giocometti, Word sculptures, Calder mobiles along with Chihuly sculptures. Campers will tour the WKU campus to view a wide variety of outdoor sculpture. All things paper - paper making and casting, marbling, paper folding, booklets, bookmaking, printing and dying.

The WKU Summer String Institute is a concentrated week of study for violin, viola, cello & bass students. Students will participate in master classes, group instruction, orchestral study, concerts & musical enrichment. The Institute features two courses of study: Twinklers--a half-day session for young beginners--and a full-day session for elementary through high school age students. The teaching faculty of the Summer String Institute includes WKU music faculty members & guest artist teachers. • TWINKLERS: HALF-DAY, 9:00-11:30AM. Open to brand new beginners & students studying Suzuki violin in Books 1-2, Ages 4 & older. Registration is $125 by June 20. • YOUNG MUSICIANS: FULL- DAY, 9AM –3PM. Open to elementary through high school students who play violin, viola, cello & bass. Full-day session includes lunch. Registration is $175 by June 20.

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A parade, an event, a festival, a fair — when we gather together, Shelter is proud to be there.

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CHRIS YOUNG & BRETT ELDREDGE WITH SPECIAL GUEST CHRIS LANE PERFORM COUNTRY HITS AT THE

KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Country music sensations Chris Young (left) and Brett Eldredge (right)--with special guest Chris Lane presented by iHeart--will perform their charttopping hit songs on the Kentucky State Fair Main Stage Sunday, August 28 at 7pm in Freedom Hall. Known as a dynamic live performer, Young plays a show packed with popular hits. After breaking into the country industry by winning Nashville Star, a singing competition on the USA Network, he amassed seven No. 1 hits and nine Gold/Platinum singles. A talented singer and songwriter, Young co-wrote five of his No. 1 songs. His most recent album ÒIÕm CominÕ OverÓ debuted at No. 1 on the BillboardÕs Top County Albums chart, and the title track spent three weeks in the top spot. In 2013, Young was honored with the coveted CMA Triple Play Award for his three No. 1 hits within the year. Young is also a winner of a CMT Music Award and two American Country Awards. With three consecutive No. 1 hits, Eldredge has established himself as a country powerhouse with his run of chart-topping songs that include ÒDonÕt Ya,Ó ÒBeat of the Music,Ó and ÒMean to MeÓ from his debut album ÒBring You Back.Ó His sophomore release ÒIllinoisÓ reached the No. 1 spot on the Top Country Album chart, and both singles have skyrocketed into the top five of the Hot Country and Country Airplay charts. EldredgeÕs accolades continue piling up; he has won awards from the ASCAP Country Music Awards, BMI Country Awards, Country Music Association Awards and CMT Music Awards. Special guest Chris Lane will join the pair on stage. Named one of the ÒNew Country Artists You Need to KnowÓ by Rolling Stone, the talented newcomer is best known for his song ÒFix,ÓÊ which landed at No. 1 on BillboardÕs Twitter Real-Time Emerging Artists chart. Tickets are $60, $52, and $48 each and include Kentucky State Fair gate admission. Tickets can be purchased at the Kentucky Exposition Center and Kentucky International Convention Center Ticket Offices. Charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000, or purchase online at http://www.ticketmaster.com/. 24

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June 5 - August 7, 2016 Worship Service 10:30AM

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BG Day Trips:

Starting in 1980, legendary “girl singer” Rosemary Clooney, a native Kentuckian, began calling 106 Riverside Drive in historic Augusta, Kentucky home (pictured at right). Located on the banks of the Ohio River, this was her retreat from the demands of her career and a haven for rest between performances all over the world. After Rosemary’s passing, her children approached the Dr. Steve Henry (former Kentucky Lieutenant Governor) and his wife, Heather French Henry (former Miss America from Augusta) about purchasing the home. They did so enthusiastically and since that time have devoted extraordinary time and resources to preserving the home and acquiring artifacts related to Rosemary’s life and career. With the help of Paramount Studios, Nick and Nina Clooney, Gail and Chris Darley, countless volunteers, and numerous corporate and private sponsors, the house held its “Grand Opening” on October 1, 2005. This modest home on the banks of Rosemary’s beloved Ohio River has been visited by thousands of fans from all over the world. The Henrys are so pleased that they have been able to contribute to preserving Rosemary’s legacy, introduce many to the quaint little river-town she so adored, and preserve so much memorabilia that might otherwise have been lost. Visitors can “Come On-A Rosie’s House” where her story comes to life through exhibits that include: • childhood photos from her years in Maysville, KY; • starting out at WLW in Cincinnati; • touring as “The Clooney Sisters” with Betty in the Tony Pastor’s band; • chart hits of the fifties like “Come On-My House,” “Hey There,” “This Ole House,” and “Mambo Italiano”; • movies co-starring Bob Hope, Guy Mitchell, and Jose Ferrer; • the largest collection of “White Christmas” memorabilia anywhere in the world (costume pictured at right); • costumes worn by Bing, Bob, Vera, and Rosemary, as well as sketches by Edith Head and Bob Mackie for designs worn by Rosemary; • friendships with legends like Bob, Bing, Tony, Dean & Frank; • life as a wife and mother of five children, and numerous grandchildren; • building materials from the demolition of her mansion at 1019 Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills; • exhibits dedicated to her nephew George Clooney’s life in Augusta and his successful acting career; • her Augusta bedroom as it was when she lived there; • and much more.

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SUMMER 2016 PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES • Photo 102: Fundamentals of Photography – $45 Instructor: Jim Baird; 6:30-8pm, June 7, 9 & 14; Warren County Public Library, 1225 State Street

• Android Photography for Beginners – $40 Instructor: Bill Oldham; 6-7:30pm, June 23; Community Education, 1227 Westen Avenue

• Photoshop Elements 101 – $35 Instructor: Jim Baird; CLASS C: 9am-noon, June 18; CLASS D : 9am-noon, July 23; CLASS E: 9am-noon, August 27; Jim’s Studio, 2429 Thames Valley Way

• Photoshop Elements 102 – $35 Instructor: Jim Baird; 9am-noon, July 30; Jim’s Studio, 2429 Thames Valley Way

• People, Portraits and Posing – $35 Instructor: Jim Baird; CLASS D: 9am-noon, June 11; CLASS E: 9am-noon, July 9; CLASS F: 9am-noon, August 6; Site To Be Determined (in Bowling Green)

• Landscapes, Nature & Close-ups – $35 Instructor: Jim Baird; CLASS C: 9am-noon, June 4; CLASS D: 9am-noon, July 2; CLASS E: 9am-noon, August 13; Basil Griffin Park, Smallhouse Road

• Photo Workshop – Sports Action – $35 Instructor: Jim Baird; CLASS C: 6:30pm, June 25; CLASS D: 6:30pm, July 16; CLASS E: 6:30pm, August 20; Bowling Green Ball Park, 300 8th Avenue

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS For more information, visit www.wku.edu/gifted

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