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Maker's Mark Distillery


Limestone Branch Distillery


Kentucky Cooperage


The Bourbon Trail


Jester's Winery


Marion County Country 12

The Great Outdoors


Graham Memorial Park and Lebanon Aquatic Center


Lebanon National Cemetery


Marion County Public Library










Quilt Trail


Holy land sites


Where to worship


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Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto is one of the most iconic stops on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.



Ham Days Festival




Full-time Realtor for over 17 years. Congratulations! In recognition of your impressive 2019 sales performance, we’re proud to present you with the Coldwell Banker INTERNATIONAL STERLING SOCIETY award. This exceptional achievement ranks you among the top Coldwell Banker® independent sales professionals worldwide. Your market knowledge, industry experience and dedication to your clients have elevated your business to this elite level, and will continue to yield rewards in the future. Thank you for your outstanding contributions, and best wishes for continued success in 2020. Warm Regards, Ryan Gorman President and CEO Coldwell Bank Real Estate LLC 148West W. Main Lebanon 317 MainSt., • Danville, KY

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Maker's Mark Distillery


ocated just minutes from Lebanon, historic Maker’s Mark in Loretto is one of the most iconic stops on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. The distillery hosts more than 100,000 visitors each year from all over the world. The distillery also offers visitors unique opportunities throughout the year including art exhibits, specialty dinners at the onsite restaurant, Star Hill Provisions, festivals and more. Tours are Address: 3350 offered every day Burks Spring Rd. except for major Loretto, KY 40037 holidays. Visitors Phone: 270.865.2099 can dip their own bottle in the iconic www.MakersMark.com red wax in the distillery gift shop. The gift shop offers visitors a variety of Maker’s Mark merchandise including clothing, artwork, souvenirs, specialty bottles and, of course, bourbon.



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Limestone Branch Distillery


imestone Branch Distillery opened in 2011 by brothers Steve and Paul Beam. The distillery is one of the stops on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour. The tour offers tastings and an intimate tour of the facility. During the tour you will also learn about the history of the Beam and Dant family and the many generations of distillAddress: 1280 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Lebanon ers on both sides. Since Phone: 270-699-9004 its opening, www.limestonebranch.com the distillery has continued to grow and has added a barrel warehouse and space for outdoor events, including weddings, reunions, etc. The distillery also offers special events throughout the year including their Handcraft Spirits Festival in April. The distillery houses a gift shop. 6

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Kentucky Cooperage

entucky Cooperage, in Lebanon, is a subsidiary of Independent Stave Company, often referred to as ISC. From humble beginnings in the Missouri Ozarks, ISC used innovation, hard work and high quality customer service to become a worldwide leader in today’s coopering industry. Currently, it’s the fourth generation of the Boswell family that continues to grow ISC’s presence throughout the world. ISC’s Kentucky Cooperage is much more than one of Lebanon’s largest employers. It’s one of Lebanon’s most giving corporate neighbors. Tours are available Monday through Friday. To book your Kentucky Cooperage tour ticket online, go to www.iscbarrels. com, and then click on the orange “tours” button.

TOUR KENTUCKY COOPERAGE - Walking tours are approximately 30-45 minutes - Closed-toe shoes are required - Cameras not allowed in building - Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult; $10 admission fee - Book a tour: www.iscbarrels.com/event-directory - Questions? Call: 270.692.4674


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Kentucky Bourbon Trail kybourbontrail.com/distilleries

Angels Envy 500 E. Main St. Louisville, KY 40202 angelsenvy.com Bardstown Bourbon Co. 1500 Parkway Dr. Bardstown, KY 40004 bardstownbourbon.com

When touring the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, be sure to pick up your free passport at one of the 19 stops on the trail. Come by the Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission to complete your passport and collect your free gift. For more info, call 270.692.0021 or visit visitlebanonky.com.

Evan Williams Heaven Hill Bourbon Bulleit Distilling Co. Bourbon Experience Heritage Center 3900 Benson Pike 528 W. Main St. 1311 Gilkey Run Rd. Shelbyville, KY 40065 Louisville, KY 40202 Bardstown, KY 40004 bulleit.com/visit-us/bulevanwilliams.com heavenhilldistillery.com leit-distilling-co Four Roses Bourbon Jim Beam Distillery Bulleit Frontier Whiskey 1224 Bonds Mill Rd. 568 Happy Hollow Rd. 3860 Fitzgerald Rd. Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 Clermont, KY 40110 Louisville, KY 40216 fourrosesbourbon.com jimbeam.com bulleit.com/stitzel-wellerdistillery


Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse 404 S 4th St. Louisville, KY 40202 jimbeam.com Lux Row Distillers 3050 E. John Rowan Blvd. Bardstown, KY 40004 Muralist Michael Cooper of Franklin, Tennessee, and his team luxrowdistillers.com Maker’s Mark Distillery 3350 Burks Spring Rd. Loretto, KY 40037 makersmark.com Michters Distillery 801 West Main St. Louisville, KY 40202 michters.com Old Forester 119 West Main St. Louisville, KY 40202 oldforester.com

have painted several murals in Lebanon. This one is tribute to The Bourbon Trail.

O.Z. Tyler 10 Distillery Rd. Owensboro, KY 42301 oztylerdistillery.com Rabbit Hole 711 E. Jefferson St. Louisville, KY 40202 rabbitholedistillery.com Town Branch 401 Cross St.

Lexington, KY 40508 kentuckyale.com

Wild Turkey Distillery 1417 Versailles Rd. Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 wildturkeybourbon.com Woodford Reserve Distillery 7855 McCracken Pike Versailles, KY 40383 woodfordreserve.com


2019 was a big year for the economy and bourbon industry in Marion County!


located in Lebanon, ranked third in the 2019 USA TODAY 10 Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest for Best Craft Whiskey Distillery!

MAKER’S MARK, located in Loretto,

rolled out their Maker’s Mark 101 Proof locally, giving bourbon lovers more reasons to keep coming back to Marion County!

DIAGEO broke ground on their new distillery in Lebanon, sitting on approximately 144-acre property at “100 Bourbon Drive.” Progress on the development is occurring before our eyes! KENTUCKY COOPERAGE INC., the Lebanon subsidiary of Independent Stave Company, opened a new visitors center with tours at 9, 10 and 1 daily. They hosted over 4,000 visitors and expect even more in 2020 since partnering with the Bourbon Trail!


located in Lebanon, invested in new barrel making equipment. A project of over $1,000,000!

MAKE YOUR NEXT INVESTMENT IN MARION COUNTY! Call Patrick Ford, at the Marion County Industrial Foundation, at 270-692-6002.

Thank you...

The Board of Directors of the Marion County Industrial Foundation thank our distilleries and cooperages for your investments, over 850 jobs created and support of a number of our community initiatives.


Jesters Winery & Cafe

esters Winery & Cafe is located at 25 Arthur Mattingly Road — only about five minutes from Maker’s Mark Distillery. It’s on-site farm-totable dinner experiences have legendary local status. To arrange a tour or visit, it’s best to call 859-805-1674. And the best way to keep up with daily and weekly happenings is on Jesters Winery’s Facebook page.

HOURS: MondayThursday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday-Saturday: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday closed

Formerly known as Angell Demmel. We are family owned and operated.

We manufacture

DECORATIVE ALUMINUM PRODUCTS for the automotive industry. Alutrim offers medical benefits, paid time off, 4 – 10 hour shifts, an air conditioned facility, monthly appreciation activities, Holiday meals and service awards yearly.

We are proud to be a part of Marion County and its growth. Alutrim North America Corporation 810 West Main St. Lebanon, KY 40033 Phone: (270) 692-2142 Fax: (270) 699-3100 Equal Opportunity Employer


Marion County Country Ham Days Festival


he Marion County Country Ham Days Festival, which takes place the last full weekend of September, began in 1969 with a mere six hams and a small number of volunteers. Some of the first documented stories and photos show a one-day festival that included carnival rides, pie eating contests, a flea market and square dancing. The first crowds were estimated at approximately 2,500. The famous country ham breakfast did not begin until the 1970s. In the beginning, the eggs were cracked by hand and the ham and biscuits were counted by the dozens not thousands. The peak of breakfast sales was in the 1980s and 1990s when lines for the breakfast stretched around the block. Approximately 8,000 breakfasts were sold in 1997. The breakfast now serves around 3,500 people, which includes 4,000 pounds of country ham. The country ham breakfast is served both Saturday and Sunday. In addition to delicious Kentucky country ham, it also features scrambled eggs, biscuits, fried apples and “red-eye” gravy served under a huge hospitality tent. The festival has continued to evolve over the years and focus on more than just the breakfast. The Pokey Pig 5K race, children’s activities, car show, Pigasus parade, arts and crafts, and hot air balloons are just a few of the events that have been added over the years. For more information, visit www.hamdays.com. 12

The great outdoors The Heart of Kentucky can be the perfect place to enjoy outdoor activities.



Fagan Branch Reservoir and the Cecil L. Gorley Naturalist Trail, which encircles it, together offer wonderful opportunities for outdoor adventure, including hiking, mountain biking and fishing. For additional information, visit visitlebanonky.com/outdoor-activities.

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Graham Memorial Park & Lebanon Aquatic Center


ooking for a place to bring the kids while visiting Lebanon? Look no further than Graham Memorial Park. This park is 105 acres of entertainment for children of all ages. There are two sets of playgrounds, a large one for older kids and a smaller playground for the little ones. Here you will also find two large pavilions that can be reserved for holidays or any type of celebrations or events. There are numerous picnic tables and charcoal grills spread throughout the park allowing you to have the perfect picnic in the park, or enjoy some relaxation time while having lunch or watching the kids play. Located at Graham Memorial Park you will find the Lebanon Aquatic Center. This facility features a 25-meter by 25-yard heated indoor pool with water up to 5.5 ft. deep. It also has lap lanes and in between rest periods you can enjoy their snacks at the concession stand. They also provide lockers for your belongings and restrooms equipped with showers. During the summer hours (Memorial Day – Labor Day) the outside pools are open, which includes a 100-ft winding water slide 18

and a children’s pool for the little ones. The Lebanon Aquatic Center also hosts swim meets, water aerobics classes, swimming lessons and American Red Cross Lifeguard training taught year-round. Looking to host a sports tournament? Graham Memorial Park was the host site of the 2011 and 2018 Little League State

baseball tournament. This sports complex features six baseball/softball fields that can all be rented for a small fee of $125 per field. These fields are maintained beautifully and include top-notch lighting around all the fields and new scoreboards. There is also a 60 ft. by 84 ft. indoor multi-purpose building that includes four indoor batting tunnels,

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and plenty of space for a variety of other practices. On this complex you will also find multiple concession stands, clean restrooms and parking for more than 1,000 people. Graham Memorial Park also has up to 13 soccer fields depending on field size, four newly renovated tennis courts, one full-court and two half-court basketball courts and three volleyball courts. If you’re looking for exercise this park also features a well-lit and paved walking track. A lap around the large track (.6 miles) and a lap around the small track (.4 miles) equals one mile. Both Lebanon Aquatic Center and Graham Memorial Park have Facebook pages where they post special events throughout the year. They also post special hours and pricing as well as closings and cancellations. Keep up to date with all the latest happenings at the park or pool by following them on their Facebook pages. For more information, or to make reservations, contact Graham Memorial Park at 270-692-1155 or the Lebanon Aquatic Center call 270-692-9358.


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Lebanon National Cemetery


national shrine sits proudly and peacefully alongside Highway 208 in Lebanon. The Lebanon National Cemetery is one of only seven national cemeteries in the state of Kentucky, and one of only 134 national cemeteries across the country. Its hallowed grounds are the final resting place for more than 5,600 veterans. The Lebanon National Cemetery was first established in 1867, and the original 865 interments included 281 unknown Union soldiers from Lebanon and surrounding communities. Today, the Lebanon National

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The Lebanon National Cemetery The cemetery is pen seven days a week from sunrise to sunset. The office is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. It’s closed on federal holidays except Memorial Day and Veterans Day. The cemetery is located at 20 Highway 208, Lebanon, KY 40033 Phone number: 270.692.3390

Cemetery continues to honor those who served, along with their families. Approximately 10,000 people visit the Lebanon National Cemetery annually from all over the world. Every single day, people come to the cemetery, even during inclement weather. The cemetery's staff work daily to keep the grounds in immaculate condition, no matter the season. Every year, the Sunday before Memorial Day and Veterans Day, the cemetery staff supports local veterans organizations and helps host special ceremonies in honor of our fallen heroes and the heroes still among us. The second Saturday in December, the cemetery staff also supports the Wreaths Across America program, which honors veterans with wreaths on individual graves to emulate the Arlington Wreath Program.

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lic access computer stations, and two large charge bar areas where the public can chat, read and recharge their electronic devices in the relaxed atmosphere of the main library. The library’s “Design Den,” is equipped with a 3-D printer, heat press machines, and audio and visual recording equipment, as well as editing capabilities and so many other technological tools for those that want to take their imagination to the next level. The library is truly a space to really meet the present day colorful characters of Marion County as well as learn about those of the past. The library staff is also incredibly helpful and welcoming to not just the locals but out of towners as well!

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EVENTS Lebanon is always adding new events. Visit our website often for updates: www.visitlebanonky.com.

January • January Jam - Angelic Hall • Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff Roby Dome February • It’s A Sweet Thing Valentine’s Day/ Awareness Dance - Centre Square • Frozen Tea Party & Live Stage Show Angelic Hall March • All Fired Up About Baseball 5K Run/ Walk - Downtown Lebanon

Graham Memorial Park April • Kentucky Hwy. 55 Yard Sale - KY Hwy. • Working the Puzzle for Autism Walk - 55

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• Singin’ in the Rain - Angelic Hall • Kentucky Writer’s Day Celebration Historic Penn’s Store • Easter Egg Hunt - Graham Memorial Park • Eddie Miles in Concert - Angelic Hall

May • Memorial Day Celebration – Lebanon National Cemetery June • 400-Mile Yard Sale - Historic U.S. 68 • Marion County Music Fest - Angelic Hall • 101 Dalmations Kids – Angelic Hall • Old Mills Day - Downtown Bradfordsville • Holy Cross Picnic - Holy Cross, KY • Fair Fest - Marion County Fairgrounds • Relay for Life - Lebanon/Springfield Airport • Eddie Miles in Concert - Angelic Hall July • Marion County Fair - Marion County Fairgrounds • Jets Over Kentucky - Lebanon/ Springfield Airport • St. Francis Picnic - Loretto, KY • Space Pirates - Angelic Hall August • 127-Yard Sale “World’s Longest Yard

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Sale” – Hwy. 127 • The Bourbon Chase - Maker’s Mark • Legally Blonde: The Musical – Angelic • Eddie Miles in Concert - Angelic Hall Hall November • Eddie Miles in Concert - Angelic Hall • Holiday Open House – Downtown September Lebanon • Countywide KY 49 Yard Sale - Hwy. 49 • Lebanon Veterans Day Celebration • Great Outhouse Blowout - Historic Lebanon National Cemetery Penn’s Store • Christmas in the Park - Graham Memorial • Pokey Pig 5K Run/Walk - Downtown Park Lebanon • Ruley’s Santa Claus Land - St. Francis, • Kentucky Bourbon Affair - Maker’s KY Mark • Community Christmas on Main • Marion County Country Ham Days - Downtown Lebanon Downtown Lebanon

December October • Maker’s Mark Candlelight Tour • Forkland Heritage Festival - Forkland Maker’s Mark Community Center • Craft Festival - Marion County 32

Fairgrounds • The Best Christmas Pageant Ever Angelic Hall • Loretto Christmas Parade - Loretto, KY • Christmas in the Country - Bradfordsville, KY • Wreaths Across America - Lebanon National Cemetery For more information on Angelic Hall events, contact Kentucky Classic Arts at www.kentuckyclassicarts.com or call 270699-ARTS(2787). For more information on all other events, contact the Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission at 270-692-0021 or visit www. visitlebanonky.com.

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LODGING Hotels/Motels Hampton Inn of Lebanon 1125 Loretto Rd. Lebanon, KY 40033 www.hamptoninn.com Phone # 270-699-4000 or 1-800-HAMPTON Rosewood Motel/Cabins 520 Fairway Dr. Lebanon, KY 40033 www.rosewoodgolfcourse.com Phone # 270-692-0506 Holy Hill Inn (Sunnyside) 459 W. Main St. Lebanon, KY 40033 Phone # 270-692-2175

Bed & Breakfasts Myrtledene Bed & Breakfast

370 N. Spalding Ave. Lebanon, KY 40033 www.myrtledene.com Phone # 270-692-2223 or 1-800-391-1721 Hill House Bed & Breakfast 110 Holy Cross Rd. Loretto, KY 40037 www.thehillhouseky.com Phone # 270-865-2300 or 1-877-280-2300

RV Park/Camping Marion County Fairgrounds RV Park 593 Fairgrounds Rd. Lebanon, KY 40033 Facebook: Marion County RV Park Phone # 270-402-4036 Airbnb & Vacation Rentals Spirit on Main 101 1/2 W. Main St. The Public Works Department houses all of the Street Department, part of the Sewer Department, and handles all recycling services out of the Recycling Center located on Woodlawn Avenue in Lebanon, KY. The Lebanon Fire Department is a well equipped and well trained unit that operates out of facilities located on East Main in Lebanon, KY. Its excellent equipment will be improved even more with the scheduled arrival of a new pumper apparatus in 2020.

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Lebanon, KY 40033 www.spiritonmain.com Phone # 270-402-3958 Knott on Main 319 S. Proctor Knott Ave. Lebanon, KY 40033 www.spiritonmain.com Phone # 270-402-3958 Lebanon Suites 255 W. Main Street Lebanon, KY 40033 Phone # 270-692-6663 or 859-481-1073 Downtown Abode 222 W. Mulberry Street Lebanon, KY 40033 Phone # 270-692-7217 or 270-692-8650 Book online at Airbnb.com The Hourglass 421 W. Main Street Lebanon, KY 40033 Phone # 270-402-1135 Book online at Airbnb.com The Farmhouse 2355 Barbers Mill Rd. Lebanon, KY 40033 Phone # 270-692-7776 Book online at Airbnb.com Arbuckle Creek Retreat Arbuckle Creek Rd.

Lebanon, KY 40033 Book online at Airbnb.com Til the Rooster Crows Ranch 835 Bob Curtis Rd. Bradfordsville, KY 40009 Phone # 516-241-7960(Call/Text) or 270-692-9890 Perfect Get Away 645 Marlowe Rd. Bradfordsville, KY 40009 Phone # 859-619-5052 Book online at Airbnb.com Country Cottage 1280 Mannsville Rd. Bradfordsville, KY 40009 Phone # 859-619-5052 Book online at Airbnb.com Greenhaven Farm Fogle Rd. Loretto, KY 40037 Book online at Airbnb.com The Barrel Head State Hwy. 52 Loretto, KY 40037 Book online at Airbnb.com The Olde Farmhouse 367 Ed Cecil Rd. Raywick, KY 40060 Phone # 270-699-0779 Book online at Airbnb.com




Marion County Fiscal Court David R. Hourigan Government Center 223 N. Spalding Ave. Room 201 Lebanon, KY 40033 www.marioncounty.ky.gov or find us on Facebook

County Judge Executive County Treasurer County Attorney

David Daugherty Kevin Cochran Lisa Nally-Martin

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DINING LOCAL FLAVOR Big Papa’s Smokehouse Phone # 270-699-2321 Address: 110 Lebanon Trade Center Hours: Mon – Sat (10am-9pm) Cedarwood Restaurant Phone # 270-692-4474 Address: 660 E. Main Street. Hours: Open 7 days a week (6am-8pm) Chasers Phone # 270-699-2221 Address: 110 N. Proctor Knott Ave Hours: Mon – Thurs (4:30pm - 9:30pm) Fri – Sat (4:30pm-10pm) Crystal Buffet Phone # 270-699-9001 Address: 164 Lebanon Trade Center. Hours: Sun – Thurs (11am-9:30pm) Fri – Sat (11am-10pm) Don Julio Mexican Restaurant Phone # 270-699-9221 Address: 680 W. Main Street Hours: Mon – Thurs (11am-10pm) Fri – Sat (11am - 10:30pm) Sun (11am-9pm)

Rosewood Bar & Grill

Henning’s Phone # 270-692-6843 Address: 157 W. Main Street. Hours: Mon – Fri (9am – 4:30pm) La Fuente Mexican Restaurant Phone # 270-692-3800 Address: 784 W. Main Street. Hours: Mon – Sun (10:30am – 10pm) LaGwen Drive In Phone # 270-699-2875 Address: 456 E. Main Street. Hours: Tue – Thurs (11am-7pm) Fri-Sat (11am-8pm) La Villa Rica Cuisine Phone # 270-321-4219

Tuesday – Thursday: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m., Friday & Saturday: 4 p.m. – 10 p.m., Closed Sunday & Monday

520 Fairway Dr. • 270-692-0607 • Lebanon, KY 39


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Cedarwood Restaurant

Address: 709 E. Main Street. Hours: Mon-Fri (10am-10pm) Sat (11am-10pm) Sun (11am-9pm) Los Mariachis Phone # 270-692-9746 Address: 119 W. Main Street. Hours: Mon – Sun (11am-10pm) Ragetti’s Italian Food Phone # 270-692-1322 Address: 300 W. Main Street. Hours: Sun (11:30am-8pm) Mon-Wed (11am-8pm) Fri – Sat (11am-10pm) Rosewood Bar & Grill Phone # 270-692-0607 Address: 520 Fairway Drive. Hours: Tues – Thurs (4pm-9pm) Fri – Sat (4pm-10pm) Sandy’s Sweet Shop Phone # 270-321-4302 Address: 541 W. Main Street. Hours: Mon – Fri (11am-5pm) Sat (10am-4pm) Sun (12pm-4pm)

660 E. Main St. • Lebanon


“Family owned since 1977”

Serving delicious home-cooked food made fresh every day. • CARRY-OUT ORDERS • Provide a private room for PARTIES, REHEARSAL DINNER, MEETINGS, etc. • CATERING SERVICES • HOLIDAY PARTY TRAYS • DELIVERY or PICK-UP Kids eat FREE on Mondays! Senior Citizen DISCOUNT NIGHT on Wednesdays! Wear your Marion Co. gear any day, get a FREE DRINK! See our full menu online: www.cedarwoodrestaurant.com cedarwoodrestaurantcatering.com eeddarw arwood wood ood odres esttau taauran raaanntca tca tcater c te ter ering ingg.co .cco com m OPEN: 6 a.m.-8:30p.m. 41

Stacy Ann’s Phone # 270-699-2185 Address: 431 E. Main Street. Hours: Mon – Thurs (7am-3pm) Fri – Sat (7am-8pm) Sun (8am-3pm)

CASUAL DINING Adam’s Pharmacy Address: 125 W. Main St. Phone # 270-692-9115 Arby’s Address: 768 W. Main St. Phone # 270-692-1507 Captain D’s Address: 790 W. Main St. Phone # 270-699-2222 Hardee’s Address: 50 Corporate Dr. Phone # 270-699-2143 Huddle House Address: 613 W. Main St. 42

Phone # 270-699-2143 KFC/TACO BELL Address: 780 W. Main St. Phone # 270-692-0000 Lee’s Famous Recipe Address: 740 W. Main St. Phone # 270-692-6120 Little Caesars Pizza Address: 112 Cyril Circle Phone # 270-692-1122 McDonald’s Address: 503 W. Main St. Phone # 270-692-6399

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Papa John’s Pizza Address: 255 N. Depot St. Phone # 270-692-5757 Subway Address: 124 Lebanon Trade Center Phone# 270-692-2588 Terrace Garden @ Springview

50 Corporate Drive | 270-699-3622 43

Address: 320 Loretto Rd. Phone # 270-699-9315 Wendy’s 804 W. Main St. Phone # 270-692-0470

JUST OUSTIDE OF LEBANON 5th Wheel & Copper Stills Address: 205 Main St. Raywick, KY 40060 Phone # 270-692-1435 Hours: Mon-Thurs (10am-7pm) Fri (10am-9pm) Sat (11am-9pm) Country Store Address: 205 W. Main St. Bradfordsville, KY 40009 Phone # 270-337-9206 Hours: Fri-Sat (4pm-8:30pm) Cozy Corner Tavern Address: 4950 KY-52. Loretto, KY 40037 Phone # 270-865-4488 Hours: Mon-Wed (10am-8pm) Thurs (11am-10pm) Fri-Sat (11am-1am) Sun (10am-6pm)

Henning's Sun: 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. Mon-Wed: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Thurs: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Fri-Sat: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Jesters Winery & Café Address: 25 Arthur Mattingly Rd. Loretto, KY 40037 Phone # 859-492-6528 Hours: Mon-Thurs (11am-4pm) Fri –Sat (11am-8pm) Missy’s Out of the Way Cafe Address: 860 Horseshoe Bend Rd. Raywick, KY 40060 Phone # 270-692-4892 Hours: Thurs (5pm-9pm) Fri-Sat (5pm10pm) Hours: Thurs (5pm-9pm) Fri-Sat (5pm10pm) Star Hill Provisions @ Maker’s Address: 3350 Burkes Spring Rd. Loretto, KY 40037 Phone # 270-865-7293 Hours: Sun-Wed (11:30am-3pm) 44



300 W. Main St., Lebanon, Ky.


270-692-3800 784 W MAIN ST LEBANON, KY 40033

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Where to Begin

A Few Featured Barns: 6

Day Lily




Bradsfordsville Performing Arts Building

Start your tour at the Visitors Center at the Centre Square Convention Center (239 N. Spalding Ave., Lebanon, KY) in historic downtown Lebanon. Lebanon is the geographic center of the state and the true Heart of Kentucky! Call (270) 692-0021 or email info@VisitLebanonKy.com for more information. www.VisitLebanonKy.com


28 Roosters

Birth of the “Clothesline of Quilts” Trail A tri-state effort among Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee is seeking to draw tourists off the interstates and into rural areas to experience the regions’s unique culture. Called “Clothesline of Quilts,” the project involves painting quilt squares and murals of rural life on barns and other structures along roadways throughout rural states. The project began in Ohio when Ohio Arts Council member Donna Sue Groves painted a quilt square on a barn in honor of her mother, a lifelong quilter. She raised funds to paint 20 squares in Monroe County, Ohio. Kentucky and Tennessee joined the project in hopes of creating a “Clothesline of Quilts” driving trail.

Marion County Quilt Trail Guidelines



• Each patch must be 8’ x 8’. • Must be a pieced or appliqué pattern. • Patches must be painted on approved signboard or other similar material. • Quilt patches must be placed on a committee- approved barn, building or other location. • The quilt patch must be approved by the local committee in order to maintain continuity, refrain from excess duplication and insure quality of the project. • The local committee schedules the hanging of the patch.



Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission Visitor Center

46 Crazy Quilt 53 Flower Garden 60 Log Cabin


62 Starburst

239 n. spalding ave. ste. 200 lebanon Ky 40033-1518 tel (270) 692-0021

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1 720 Fairgrounds rd

11 519 e. main st. bradFordsville

The Marion County Homemakers sponsored the first barn quilt in the county, hung on Floral Hall. Martha Potter, Floral Hall

Faye Carol picked the Double Wedding Ring pattern because it was her mother’s (Alma Jean Wiser) favorite. Garland & Faye Carol Cochran

Bow Basket

37° 33.828N, 085° 14.269W

2 100 Helm scHool House rd., lebanon

37° 29.905N, 085° 08.544W

Father’s Choice

12 liberty rd. Hwy 49, bradFordsville, Ky

3 3415 barbers mill rd.

The old post office has been gone for years but lives on with this quilt block. Bradfordsville Civic Committee

Sitting high on a hill, this block demands attention in its glory. Tony & Kim Medley

(Lemon) Lemoyne Star

The Clark’s choice of color and the barn’s background makes this ‘quilt’ stand out. Alice Clark 37° 37.540N, 085° 12.428W

4 1088 danville Hwy.

Farmer’s Daughter

The Lanham’s three daughters gave this barn quilt to their parents. Two of the three are quilters. Gene & Montrude Lanham 37° 287N, 085° 03.670W

5 4875 danville Hwy., lebanon Joe’s Barn Yard

This block is done in applique to honor the family farm. Henry & Debbie Brockman


Double Weding Ring

6 130 KelcH ln. lebanon Day Lily

Edd designed his “Day Lily” to go along with his daylily farm. Edd Benedict 37° 3.376N, 085° 10.283W

7 690 Hourigan ln. Cows

Kurt Mattingly painted this scene to honor the hard work that goes into the cattle operation run by his in-laws. Steve & John Thompson farm 37° 35.463N, 085° 06.929W

8 9920 danville rd Paw Prints

UK Basketball fans enjoy the symbolism of this quilt block. Mary Lou Hamilton 37° 35.148N, 085° 04.466W

9 11670 danville Hwy., gravel switcH Midnight Star

This beautiful block is located on a barn built in 1949 by an earlier generation of Harmons. Minor Harmon & Peggy Harmon Brown

10 8675 bradFordsville rd. Dresden Plate

The lady Patsy Kirkland picked the Dresden plate pattern to compliment an old 1930’s heirloom quilt. Bob & Patsy Kirkland

Old Bradfordsville Post Office

13 liberty rd., Hwy 49

The Old School

Sarah O’Daniel painted this picture of the old school which is now completely renovated. Save the school & Seniors Committee 37° 29.299N, 085° 08.520W

14 106 main st., bradFordsville

Bradfordsville Performing Arts Building

Civic pride is strong in Bradfordsville, as shown by this quilt block located on Connie Rake’s barn. Bradfordsville Performing Arts 37° 29.669N, 085° 08.919W


between 5945/5950 bradFordsville rd., lebanon

Tulip Wreath Flower

This is Barbara’s second block, and it really shows up.

16 7245 HigHway 337, gravel switcH Kirkland Star

Done in yellow & green for true John Deere lovers. Painted by the family

17 1990 HigHway 337, bradFordsville Flower Garden

Karen likes quilts and John Deere collectables, so she combined the flower garden with green & yellow border. Ronnie & Karen Kirkland

18 1250 mannsville rd., bradFordsville Rose of Sharon

This block was taken from Caron’s favorite heirloom quilt. 270.337.2771 Tom & Caron Tucker 37° 28.749N, 085° 09.945W

19 1420 mannsville rd., bradFordsville Double Irish Chain

This block, hung on the diagonal, is located off the road, so the design is only visible from the driveway. 270.337.2771 Tom & Caron Tucker 37° 28.751N, 085° 09.748W

37° 29.640N, 085° 09.728W


20 1595 mannsville rd., bradFordsville

29 1857 e. calvary rd.

This block is hung on the barn at the renovated Tucker Homestead, now available for parties & receptions. 270.337.2771 Tom & Caron Tucker

Norman picked our state bird for his “quilt” to represent his years of working for the state and his love for UofL. Martina’s flower gardens make a beautiful background. Martina & Norman Spalding

Tree of Life

21 2300 mannsville rd., bradFordsville Blooming Shrub

This block came from a quilt made by Tom’s mom, Francis, made years ago. 270.337.2771 Tom & Caron Tucker 37° 28.293N, 085° 09.318W

22 6555 brdFordsville rd. Ohio School House

The School House pattern was chosen because an old school house was located here. Barbara May

Cardinal Bird

Stillhouse Star

24 1330 arbucKle creeK rd., lebanon July 4th Banner

You have to pull into the Spalding’s driveway to see this patriotic block. Renee & Brian Spalding 37° 27.994N, 085° 13.186W

25 597 Hwy. 1157 Breast Cancer Ribbon

Mary’s son, Little Joey picked this design for his mom who is a breast cancer survivor. Joey & Mary Edna Lee 37° 29.619N, 085° 13.860W

26 1195 Hwy 1157, lebanon

28 715 Hwy. 1157 Roosters

Roosters on the barn are pretty and less messy than actual roosters. Martha & Leonard Potter 37° 30.063N, 085° 14.546W

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Located at one of the oldest homes in Marion County, the late Joe Ford picked this pattern to honor his mother. Linda Ford


37° 30.975N, 085° 17.006W

34 1360 Jessitown rd. Snowflake

The bright red and white on the black barn really shows up. With snow on the ground it is even prettier. Shirley & C.W. Farmer 37° 28.749N, 085° 18.992W

Star Spin

37° 31.587N, 085° 23.215W

36 110 Frogtown rd., lebanon Carpenter Star

Small block chosen for its beauty. An all time favorite of quilters. Linda Thompson

37 1510 Frogtown rd., lebanon Tobacco Leaf

39 55 brown Foreman rd., lebanon

43 4500 raywicK rd., raywicK

Chosen for its patriotic theme, this was painted by Jan. Lawrence & Jan Thompson

Vickie didn’t have a barn, so she used a portable trailer for her colorful block. Alan & Vickie Detherage

Americana Four Flags

40 830 sally ray piKe Dairy Cow

As dairy farmers, the Mattingly’s picked this cow pattern to go along with the other cow art pictures in their yard. JoePaul & Luanne Mattingly

Yankee Puzzle

44 108 main st,. raywicK God’s Eye

37° 33.041N, 085° 23.550W

This pattern was chosen to go on the Raywick parish center (old Raywick Elementary), where the sewing club meets every Tuesday. St. Francis Xavier Sew-cilize Club

41 4500 raywicK rd., raywicK

45 205 JeFFerson st., raywicK

Linda’s sister painted this tobacco leaf to honor their family’s farming history. Linda Thompson

Pin Wheel Star

38 55 brown Foreman rd., lebanon

42 4500 raywicK rd., raywicK

Painted by Jan Lawrence & Jan Thompson.

This block shows the true color of a UK fan. Alan & Vickie Detherage

Americana Stars and Stripes



Little Dutch Girl

27 660 Hwy 1157, lebanon

37° 30.084N, 085° 14.657W


51 52 53

33 965 east lover’s lane east

Suzi & her daughter, Sarah, painted this complicated pattern in different hues of the primary colors. Suzi & Leo O’Daniel

The flag design pleased Angie & her two boys who didn’t want anything “sissy” on their barn. Angie & Gary Caldwell

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Mrs. Lawson’s sister painted this block. She also did the Tobacco Leaf block. Richard Lawson

35 2915 Hwy. 412 in st. Joe

U.S. Flag


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Twisting Star

Miranda has the perfect location to show off this colorful star. Miranda & Chuck Spalding


Flower Garden

32 old 68 Hwy. lebanon

37° 28.135N, 085° 13.177W

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31 1838 campbellsville rd., lebanon

23 875 arbucKle creeK rd.



An adaptation of the Ohio Star. Chosen to honor the owner’s Grandmother’s quilt heritage. 270.692.1550 Stillhouse Restaurant

37° 30.083N, 085° 11.501W

The star doesn’t come into focus until you get close to it but the beautiful rural scenery keeps your attention. Mike & Rita Spalding

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30 202 west main st., lebanon

If you look closely you can see an “S” in the center of the “Flower Garden” Darrell & Rose Shewmaker

Star Flower


Small block welcoming you to the farm. Alan & Vickie Detherage

Kentucky Proud

Turkey Tracks

Painted directly onto the building by Denis’ wife. One of the first barn quilts in the county. Dennis Hagan

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52 3555 wimsatt rd., loretto

61 1215 Holy cross rd., loretto

A Very popular quilt pattern, this block was also made from leftover materials. Danny & Sharon Fenwick

Betty picked this complicated block herself to honor her deceased husband. Betty Kelty

Martha Washington Star

53 3552 wimsatt rd., loretto

62 4620 Holy cross rd., loretto

Nancy Miles designed her brother’s quilt, and family members painted it and dedicated it to their mother and aunts. Danny Fenwick

This block gives the illusion of movement. Chosen for its beauty. Gerald & Barbara Fogle

Flower Garden

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37° 35.458N, 085° 25.678W


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54 830 artHur mattingly rd., lebanon Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone could describe Steve & Peggy, who are both on the move with their many activities. Peggy & Steve Downs

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37° 36.148N, 085° 21.444W

55 830 artHur mattingly rd., lebanon Rolling Stone

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The Downs’ aren’t “quilt people” but get involved with many civic projects like the quilt trail. Steve & Peggy Downs

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37° 36.148N, 085° 21.444W

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Royal Star of Kentucky

56 6325 loretto rd., lebanon Airplane

This block was taken from Paul’s great grandmother’s quilt, made while his grandafther served in WWI. Paul & Kaye Peterson 37° 36.721N, 085° 20.905W

57 2340 Horan ln, springField Ky

Star Burst

63 900 HigHway 49, loretto, Ky Pleasing Patty

This block was a present to Patty. Very much attention paid to the design of it. Bily & Patty Edelen

64 350 county line rd., loretto Bloom on America

This block honors our forefathers as they arrived in America. Bill & Rosemary Peterson

65 350 county line rd., loretto America the Beautiful

The Peterson’s chose the Patriot theme hidden away in the far end of rural Marion County. Bill & Rosemary Peterson

66 7275 tatum ridge rd. Daddy’s Dream

Tim “Bob”’s dad, Johnny Bob Thomas loved playing cards so these 4 aces would have been a dream hand. Debbie & Tim “Bob” Thomas 37° 28.590N, 085° 15.834W

Marriage Encounter

The Vanderveer’s designed their block to incorporate the Marriage Encounter logo. John & Mary Ann Vanderveer 37° 36.820N, 085° 12.994 W

46 st. Francis rd, lebanon

49 3075 st. Francis rd., st. Franicis

Artist Nancy designed this very detailed “quilt,” and Donnie built the fence to display the four panels on. Nancy & Donnie Miles

Kentucky Gold

Crazy Quilt (barnless)

47 2935 st. Francis rd., loretto Star of the Bluegrass

This barn quilt was dedicated to Tommy’s mother, Francis, an avid quilter. Tommy & Judy Blandford 37° 35.258N, 085° 26.161W

48 3075 st. Francis rd., st. Franicis Poppy’s Pride

This block honors several generations of tobacco farms & barn builders. Donnie & Nancy Miles

(can be seen From Here)

Original design showing off the tobacco farmer heritage given to Danny for his 50th birthday. Danny & Sharon Fenwick

50 2255 wimsatt rd. Bow Tie

Mrs. Downs picked this pattern from a family heirloom. It is one of the few hung on the point to show the pattern. Doyle & Doris Downs 37° 35.192N, 085° 24.462W

51 3555 wimsatt rd., loretto Monkey Wrench

An old time Civil War pattern signifying the underground railroad made from leftover materials. Danny & Sharon Fenwick

58 3655 springField Hwy. - Hwy 55, lebanon Son Beam Farms

Chosen because of the many Angus’ that the Beam farm raises. Parker & Linda Beam

59 5270 st. rose rd.

Double Wedding Ring

Margaret’s first quilt was a double wedding ring in wine & green so it is duplicated on the barn. Margaret & Bob Spalding 37° 38.483N, 085° 17.673W

60 515 nerinx rd., nerinx Log Cabin

The installation of this block in 2009 marked the beginning of the 200th anniversary of the Sisters of Loretto celebrated in 2012. 270.865.5611 270.865.5811 Loretto Motherhouse 37° 39.766N, 085° 23.751W

Other Must See Attractions in Marion County: • • • • • • • •

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Maker’s Mark Distillery Limestone Branch Distillery WhiteMoon Winery Kentucky Cooperage bourbon barrel making factory tour Historic Penn’s Store Sisters of Loretto Motherhouse Scott’s Ridge Lookout General John Hunt Morgan and William Clark Quantrill Civil War Trails (self-guided tours) Lebanon National Cemetery Holy Cross Catholic Church Fagan Branch Reservoir & Gorley Trail Historic homes & landmarks of Lebanon self-guided walking/ driving tour






Where to worship


Phone: 270-692-4582 or 270-692-5579 Services: Sunday school, 9:30 a.m., Sunday worship, 11 a.m. Communion, first Sunday. Van transportation available.

BETHEL STAR APOSTOLIC CHURCH 328 Lincoln Ave., Lebanon Pastor: Eld. Michael J. Johnson Sr. Phone: 270-692-0332 GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Alternate: 270-699-3611 350 East Main St., Lebanon 1590 AM Radio broadcast: Sunday, 11 a.m. Pastor: Rev. Clellan Hays Services: Sunday worship, Phone: 270-692-2150 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.; and Tuesday misServices: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; sionary, Bible class, Wednesday prayer and Sunday worship, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Friday youth, 7 p.m. nightly. Wednesday prayer meeting, BAPTIST Bible study and youth, 6 p.m.

LEBANON BAPTIST CHURCH CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 144 East Mulberry St., Lebanon Corner of Lee Ave. and St. Rose Road Pastor: Dr. David B. Whitlock Phone: 270-692-8172 Phone: 270-692-3031 Pastor: Bill Proctor Web sites: www.davidbwhitlock.com Services: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; or www.lebanonbaptistchurchky.org Sunday worship, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Services: Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; Wednesday prayer meeting, 6 p.m. Sunday worship, 10:45 a.m.; Wednesday Van service is available. night worship, 6:45 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MULDRAUGH HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 231 North Depot St., Lebanon Pastor: Rev. Tommy Calhoun 4430 Hwy. 289, Lebanon 54

Recognized for their outstanding service to Farm Bureau and to agriculture were Lucy Craig & Juanita Herron. Angela Rakes, chair of Marion Co. Farm Bureau Women’s Marion County Farming is always a family affair – RecCommittee, accepts the 2019 Farm Bureau was ognized as the Outstanding Farm Family Gold Star Award of Excellence organized in 1938. were Mark & Samantha Downs family. from Vicki Bryant, chair of Presenting a plaque is Young Farmer Kentucky Farm Bureau state OFFICERS: Timmy Jones, President; chairperson Matthew Mattingly. Women’s Committee. Steve Downs, Vice President; Angela Rakes, Secretary; David Isaacs, Marion County Farm Bureau was recognized durTreasurer ing the 100th Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) annual DIRECTORS: Mike Spalding, Joe Bernard meeting in Louisville for its outstanding memberLuckett, Mike Ford, John G. Mattingly, ship & program achievement in 2019. The award Kay Peterson, Garland Jones, Donnie honors county Farm Bureau offices who meet the Veatch, Curtis Jones, Cody Rakes, company’s profitability requirements and whose inTommy Glasscock & Greg Morris surance policy growth meets or exceeds its annual YOUNG FARMER CHAIRPERSON: growth goal. Pictured: Timmy Jones, president of Marion Co. Farm Bureau (center left), John Sparrow, Matthew Mattingly executive vice president & CEO of KFB Insurance (left), Mark Haney, president of Kentucky Farm Bureau WOMEN’S CHAIRPERSONS: (center right) & Drew Graham, executive vice president of the KFB Federation (right). Chairperson - Angela Rakes MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS/DISCOUNTS: • Ford Rebates • Air Evac • ID Theft • Enterprise • ChoiceHotels • KY State Parks • Sherwin Williams • Farm Bureau Bank & More Ask about your Farm Bureau Discount at – Burkman Feeds • Loretto Lumber • Loper Floral • Lee’s Famous Recipe • Fitness One • T & H Feed • Bradfordsville Superior KENTUCKY FARM BUREAU INSURANCE SERVICES Farm Chemicals • $5,000 Theft Reward SCHOLARSHIPS: Local Scholarships given to high school students whose parents are Marion County Farm Bureau members. State scholarships offered by going to the Kentucky Farm Bureau website. LOCAL ACTIVITIES: Youth Activities • Women’s Programs • Young Farmers Programs • Academic Scholarship for Marion Co. Members Legislative Breakfast • Marion County Fair • Food Checkout • Health & Safety

270-692-3281 • 270-692-9828 690 Metts Drive, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033

LIFE - AUTO - FARM - HOME COMMERCIAL - CROP INSURANCE Doug Ray - Agency Manager Chuck Monin - Agent, Jason Elder - Agent Office Staff - Judy Bradshaw, Lisa Sandusky, Lisa Thomas, Sara Ray, Sharon Smith HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday


Web site: www.muldraughhill.org Pastor: Dr. Billy Compton Services: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday prayer meeting, youth and children’s activities, 6:30 p.m.

STEWART’S CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 145 Stewart’s Creek Road, Lebanon Pastor: Dan Durham Phone: 270-692-3593 Services: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m. (Nursery Available) “Creekers”, 3rd Thursday of each month at noon TUCKER HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 600 Shortline Pike Lebanon Pastor: Dr. Dale W. Smith Phone: 859-613-3841 email: mrdalewsmith@gmail.com Services: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible study, 6:30 p.m. 56

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CATHOLIC HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH 59 New Haven Road, Loretto Pastor: Rev. Bryan T. Lamberson Phone: 270-865-2521 Email: sfahc@richm.twcbc.com Web site: www.sfahc.com Masses: Tuesday, 9 a.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. HOLY NAME OF MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH 3295 Highway 208, Lebanon Phone: 270-692-6491 Pastor: Rev. Mark M. Hamilton Associate Pastor: Rev. Robert Barnell Masses: Saturday, 4:30 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. ST. AUGUSTINE CATHOLIC CHURCH 235 South Spalding Avenue, Lebanon Phone: 270-692-3019 Pastor: Rev. Mark M. Hamilton Associate Pastor: Rev. Robert Barnell

Cornerstone To Learning OPEN Monday thru Friday 5:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Offers quality childcare with structured lesson plans. Pre K-3 Program Pre-Kindergarten Program (4 & 5 years)

Over 25 years of service to the community!

After School Care (ages 5-12 years) Summer Calendar includes seasonal activities with water play and field trips both educational and fun. Experienced Caregivers - 15-18 hrs. required CDA/Bachelor’s Degree / 18-20 yrs. experience Kentucky All Stars Program Federal Food Program • State Licensed Type 1 222 N. Depot St., Lebanon • 270-699-2100


Email: staugustinechurch@kyol.net Web site: www.staugustinechurch.net Masses: Saturday, 4:00 p.m.; Sunday, 7:30, 9:00, and 11:00 a.m.

Phone: 270-402-2066 First Counselor: Darin Spalding Phone: 270-699-2145 Second Counselor: Garland Buckman Phone: 270-692-4364 Services: Sunday - Sacrament meeting, 10 a.m.; Sunday school/Priesthood & Relief Society, 11 a.m.

ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC CHURCH 675 Hwy. 327, Lebanon, KY Phone: 270-692-4513 Pastor: Rev. David Naylor METHODIST Email: saintcharles@windstream.net Masses: 2nd and 4th Saturday at 4 p.m. 5th Saturday rotates with St. Francis BRADFORDSVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Xavier (see bulletin) Sundays at 10:30 a.m. 203 Central Avenue, Bradfordsville Thursdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. Pastor: Rev. Robert Barr ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI Services: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m.; CATHOLIC CHURCH Bible study, Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. 6785 Hwy. 52, St. Francis Phone: 270-865-2521 GRAVEL SWITCH UNITED Pastor: Rev. Bryan T. Lamberson METHODIST CHURCH Email: sfahc@richm.twcbc.com 240 Church St., Gravel Switch Web site: www.sfahc.com Pastor: Rev. Ollie M. Wicker Masses: Thursday, 9 a.m.; Saturday, 4 Email: olliewicker@yahoo.com p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. Phone: 270-337-2021 CHRISTIAN FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) 114 East Main St., Lebanon Pastor: Rev. Anthony E. Gilbert Email: fccdoc.lebanon@yahoo.com Phone: 270-692-3921 Services: Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m. LEBANON CHRISTIAN CHURCH 660 N. Loretto Road, Lebanon Pastor: Michael Luke Phone: 270-692-2458 Services: Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday and Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.; Bible study for kids at each service LATTER-DAY SAINTS THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 2205 Old Springfield Road, Lebanon Branch President: Gary Crenshaw 58


Always Accepting New Patients!

It is an honor to keep you smiling. Philip H. Zink II, D.M.D. L E B A N O N

270-692-4339 219 S. Proctor Knott Ave., Lebanon

Services: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m.; children’s church, 11:30 a.m.

HIGHVIEW UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1315 Highview Pike, Raywick Pastor: Bro. William Don Watson 240 Banbury Cross Road Campbellsville, KY 42718 Phone: 270-469-8086 wwatson698@outlook.com Services: second, fourth and fifth Sundays - Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m. LEBANON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 236 N. Spalding Ave., Lebanon www.lumcky.org Phone: 270-692-2761 Pastor: Rev. Dr. Chris Howlett Services: Sunday - Worship 8:30 & 10:50 a.m. Sign language interpreting available at 10:50 a.m.

• Unique Furniture • Original Local Art • Florals • Custom Design Framing We can preserve your family’s precious memories and customize them unique to you and your home. 127 W. MAIN STREET

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Nursery 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Children’s church – 8:30 & 10:50 a.m. Sunday school - 9:40 a.m. Youth group 6:30 p.m. Wednesday - Bible study 11 a.m.

SHERMAN CHAPEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL ZION CHURCH Proctor Knott Ave./Chandler St., Lebanon Pastor: Rev. Penny Mucker-Williams Phone: 270-692-4057 Services: Sunday Church school, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship, 11 a.m.; Wednesday Prayer meeting, 6 p.m., and Bible study, 6:30 p.m. NON-DENOMINATIONAL BETHEL ROCK FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 110 W. Mulberry Street, Lebanon (Lebanon Senior Citizen Center) Pastor: Keith Asher Phone: 859-333-3878 Services: Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Worship; 60

Junie, Carolyn, Alan and Donna Mattingly offer dignified services with a friendly and comforting atmosphere. Traditional Funerals, Monuments, Cremation Services, Preplanning Trusts, Video Tributes and all other types of services are offered to help families create a fitting and meaningful final tribute.

Wednesday night Bible study, 6:30 p.m.

FAMILY FELLOWSHIP PRAYER CENTER 4625 Shortline Pike, Hwy. 1195, Lebanon Pastor: Troy Mattingly Phone: 270-699-5412 Services: Sunday - 10-11:30 a.m.; Wednesday night Bible study and youth group, 6:30 p.m. Nursery available. NEW BIRTH MISSION 3553 Holy Cross Road, Loretto, KY Located on Hwy. 49 between Loretto and Holy Cross. Pastor: Darrell Jewell Phone: 859-516-1189 Services: Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Sunday worship, 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.; Tuesday service, 7 p.m. OPEN ARMS COMMUNITY 2205 Danville Highway, Lebanon, KY Web site: www.openarmschurch.me Pastors: Joey Carangan and John Russell Phone: 859-583-4089

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Mon - Fri 9:00-5:30 270.692.9413 Sat 10:00-4:00 495 W. Main Street Closed Sunday Lebanon, KY 40033 lebanonjewelryandgift.com


Services: Sunday worship, 10 a.m. Nursery and children’s classes available. Sunday worship/ fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday small groups, 6:30 p.m. for children, youth. and adults.

RABBOUNI CATHOLIC COMMUNITY 157 East Main Street, Lebanon, Ky. 40033 w w w. r a b b o u n i catholiccommunity. com Pastor: Fr. Lawman Chibundi Phone: 502-386-3128 fr.chibundi@rabbounicatholiccommunity.org Associate Pastor: Fr. Kevin Przybylski Phone: 502-753-9799 fr.kevin@rabbounicatholiccommunity.org Sunday service 9 a.m. 62

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Centre Square 239 N Spalding Ave., Lebanon, 270.692.6272 Comprised of two large buildings, indoor and outdoor theatres, and Johnston Field, the Convention Complex at Centre Square has a fully equipped kitchen, meeting rooms, and gymnasium. The facility provides a theatre for special performances, a field for athletes to hone their skills, and a venue for small to mid-sized meetings with breakout rooms and a large 347-seat theatre. - The gym features 6,956 sq. ft. of space and can hold 650 people banquet-style and 800 people seating-only. The gym is often used for banquets, wedding receptions, and training meetings. It has adjustable lighting and a built-in sound system, as well as men’s and women’s restrooms at each end. - Meeting room 300 features 667 sq. ft. of space and seats 50 theatre-style and 30 64

conference-style. Meeting room 301 features 483 sq. ft. of space and seats 40 theatre-style and 25 conference-style. - Johnston Field is a 225 X 350 ft. lighted multi-purpose lawn used for sporting events and large outdoor gatherings. The 50 X 32 ft. outdoor stage has plenty of backstage space, storage, and electric. - There are 250 parking spaces within the one-block area of Centre Square, including a dozen handicap spaces. There are several hundred more spaces two blocks away. - Angelic Hall is a 347-seat theatre, complete with curtained stage, drop-down screen with projector, cushioned-back seats, and state-of-the-art light and sound. Call 270.692.6272 for more information or to reserve space. Rental applications and additional information can be found at VisitLebanonKY.com under Meetings/ Groups.

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Other spaces: Hampton Inn of Lebanon   1125 Loretto Rd., Lebanon 270.699.4000    Marion County Area Technology Center 721 Danville Hwy., Lebanon 270.692.3155    Marion County Extension Office 415 Fairground Rd., Lebanon 270.692.1743    Cedarwood Restaurant 660 E. Main St., Lebanon 270-692-4474    Chasers 110 N. Proctor Knott Ave., Lebanon 270.699.2221    Limestone Branch Distillery 1280 Veterans Memorial Highway, Lebanon

270.699.9004   The Tucker Homestead 1595 Mannsville Rd., Bradfordsville, 207.337.2121    Floral Hall 415 Fairground Rd., Lebanon 270.692.2421    Knights of Columbus Hall 600 S. Spalding Ave., Lebanon 270.692.3762    Graham Memorial Park 610 Park Dr., Lebanon 270.692.9358    Rosewood Bar & Grill 520 Fairway Dr., Lebanon 270.692.0607 Venue 68 212 W. Main St., Lebanon 270-692-2161


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