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April 2013 house to installing a deck or skylight, and all kinds of remodeling projects in between. These vendors have the expertise to save you time and money in the Remodeling Showcase, a new feature this year. • “Small Space Gardens,” presented by Meade Concrete
The Hamburg Journal is happy to provide the following business-related news from our area:
Products: Here you’ll find landscaping advice, as well as products and design ideas to make the most of your outdoor space, no matter how big or small your project is! • “Kitchen and Bath Showcase”: If you’re remodeling ei-
Local authors publish book encouraging a greener lifestyle Authors Dr. Subodh Das and Austin McKinney of Phinix, LLC published the second edition of their book “Sustainability Gone Postal” on February 10, which is based on their fifteen-part blog-series inspired by the United States Postal Service’s “Go Green” stamp collection. Dr. Das came up with the idea to begin blogging about these topics when he was standing in line at the post office in November 2011 and noticed the “Go Green” stamp
“Following the launch of our book, we plan to develop a presentation and lecture materials to broad audiences interested in topics concerning ecology, sustainability, and green living,” they said. “Sustainability Gone Postal” was published and is available for order on www.lulu.com. The book will also be available at Amazon and other retailers soon. For more information and to find where to order a copy of the book, visit: www.phinix.net or e-mail Dr. Subodh Das at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phinix, LLC was founded by Dr. Subodh Das in Sep-
“These stamps offer great examples of fifteen simple ways
global thought leadership and consulting services for
that every person can take part in lessening their impact
tember 2008. The mission of Phinix, LLC is to provide the aluminium (and other energy intensive metals and
on Earth,” he said.
manufactured products) products and processes, energy
Dr. Das then consulted his technical writer, Austin McK-
and carbon foot printing and GHG auditing and carbon
inney, with the idea of writing a blog based on these stamps. McKinney agreed that this important topic should be promoted and together they began the blog the next week. Once the last blog post was completed in mid 2012, Dr. Das and Mr. McKinney compiled all of the posts into a book and published the first edition of “Sustainability Gone Postal” on January 7. “Sustainability Gone Postal” describes practical, real-life
efficiency and conservation, recycling and sustainability management.
38th annual Central Kentucky Home, Garden & Flower Show coming up The Central Kentucky Home, Garden & Flower Show is the largest and longest-running show of its kind in Central Kentucky, introducing new ideas to homeowners since 1976 at Lexington Center’s Heritage Hall and Rupp Arena.
ther or both of the most important rooms in your house, the exhibitors in the Kitchen and Bath Showcase have the latest trends in lighting, cabinetry and energy-saving appliances. • The “Green Zone,” presented by GreenGuide Sustainable Living in the Bluegrass: It’s all about sustainable living in Kentucky for these exhibitors in the Elkhorn Room of Heritage Hall. Learn about green and environmentally friendly products and resources available to you in Central Kentucky. • “Outdoor Living Market”: Local produce and products are good for you and good for the local economy. Local producers from the Lexington Farmer’s Market in Rupp Arena have a wide variety of locally grown and manufactured products for visitors to purchase while at the show. In addition, you’ll find gardening tools to purchase from Horizons Ltd., outdoor products from Reel Barrels which are crafted from Kentucky Bourbon Barrels and plants and landscape products from Springhouse Gardens. • “What’s Up in Rupp,” presented by the Better Business Bureau: the BBB’s silent auction has hundreds of items worth tens of thousands of dollars donated by BBB accredited businesses. Nearby, stonemasons from the Dry Stone Conservancy will be building a dry-laid stone pillar throughout the show. Students and faculty from the University of Kentucky’s Department of Landscape Architecture will be exhibiting an urban environment landscape. • “Outdoor Living Showcase”: Exhibiting in this showcase is a 2,400 square foot display of outdoor wonders from Nature’s Expressions. Whether you garden for pleasure, to put food on the table or both, the Outdoor Living Showcase exhibitors help you make the most of the great out-
tips for achieving a greener lifestyle. Each colorful chapter
Doug Hart, consulting show manager says, “The 2013
doors in your own home.
offers valuable insights from leading experts in ecology,
show is truly a streamlined experience where you, as our
Hours of the show are Thursday and Friday, April 4 & 5, 5
environmentalism and energy efficiency.
guest, can find everything for the home and garden at
p.m.-9:30 p.m.; Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sun-
one time, in one place, all under one roof. Heritage Hall
day, April 7 from noon to 6 p.m. Tickets are $8 at the door,
The book also provides readers with important tips and
and Rupp Arena will be segmented into major categories,
$2 ticket discounts are offered online at www.ckyhome-
advice on how they can incorporate simple changes into
each of which could be a weekend show in itself.” Here are
show.com, on the front of our insert in the Lexington
their daily lives to promote a green lifestyle. Inside, read-
a few examples:
Herald Leader on March 31 and on the front page of the
ers will find tutorials, expert advice, and insightful con-
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During race meets in Kentucky, Mike can be found early each morning on the backside of the track providing personalized service, jotting down new orders and delivering custom products. Weber spends the “off season” creating new stock and researching the latest materials as well as improving and perfecting design. The Mike Weber Custom
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Mike Weber’s favorite Kentucky Derby kick-
Mike Weber is a quintessential Kentuckian –
unique event is the annual fund-raiser to
a horseman with a warm laugh and a gentle spirit evident in the manner he welcomes new friends as family. His equine hobby has become a lifestyle with a work ethic deeply rooted and focused on being morally as well as spiritually grounded. Custom tack for thoroughbreds is his business, which is further enriched by sharing the trade with his wife Nez, and their children, Dustin and Emily. Together, the Weber family manufactures custom bridles, saddles, pads, halters, starting gate blankets, etc. Mike Weber’s Custom Tack (now in its 16th year of business) personal testimonials can be overheard on the backside of Kentucky racetracks from thoroughbred owners, trainers and riders to equine training facilities across the U.S. of A and beyond. Mike feels his success is defined by the ability to work in the equine industry that he loves. When asked about the hardest thing he’s ever made, Weber jests “profit!” Through self-admitted trial and error, Weber has
off celebration is The Race for Grace. This support Kentucky Race Track Chaplaincy which provides resources needed to support the outreaches at Kentucky racetracks. Chaplains serve these backside track communities providing religious services, baptisms, weddings, funerals, hospital visits, meals and clothing. Join the Weber family at the 2013 Race for Grace Dinner April 29, featuring guest speaker Ray Lewis, former Baltimore Raven who completed his 17-year career with a Su-
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Ky PGA honors Williams with award The Kentucky PGA conducted its spring
Kentucky to get involved with two important
Member Conference on February 25 at the
PGA initiatives: PGA Golf Day and PGA
Marriott Griffin Gate Resort. At this annual
Junior League Golf. PGA Golf Day has pro-
event, outstanding PGA professionals are
fessionals play 100 holes of golf in one day
recognized for their accomplishments in
to raise money for the KPGA Foundation, as
various categories during the KPGA Special
well as a charity of their choice. PGA Junior
League Golf is golf ’s answer to little league sports. Williams started a team at his local
Kelly Williams, club manager/membership
middle school with very rewarding results.
director of Greenbrier Golf and Country Club in Lexington, was awarded KPGA Golf
The Kentucky Section of the PGA (KPGA)
Professional of the Year. This is the highest
is one of 41 sections of the PGA of America.
honor the KPGA can bestow on a working
Formed in 1925, the Kentucky Section, the
club professional whose total contributions
parameters of which are determined by the
to the game best exemplify the complete
border for the commonwealth of Kentucky,
is made up of over 300 PGA members and apprentices across the commonwealth, each
Williams has not only increased revenues
of whom is dedicated to promoting the game
and membership at his club by creating new
golf and providing ongoing education and
shop merchandising, junior golf programs,
professional development of Kentucky PGA
golf club repair and much more.
levels of membership; he is also the vice
KPGA is a founding member of Golf House
president of the KPGA. As vice presi-
Formed in 1925 and headquartered in
dent, Williams oversees the organization’s
Louisville Kentucky, KPGA is made up of
Kentucky PGA professionals are responsible
Kentucky, the umbrella organization that
financials and serves as a board member for
over 300 PGA members and apprentices
for conducting a variety of golf-related func-
manages Kentucky’s family of golf organiza-
the joint association, Golf House Kentucky.
across the commonwealth. The KPGA is
tions, which include general management,
tions. Learn more about the family of Ken-
He also encouraged PGA professionals in
dedicated to the promotion of the game of
golf instruction, tournament operations, golf
tucky golf organizations at www.kygolf.org.
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Join Bourbon Women for a tour of Buffalo Trace Legend has it there are more spirits residing at Buffalo Trace Distillery than just those residing in the warehouses. Most notable is the ghost of Colonel Albert Blanton, according to the popular TV show “Ghost Hunters.” Join Bourbon Women April 18 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. for a haunted look at the legendary distillery. This unique tour includes a passed hors d’oeuvres reception, signature cocktails featuring Buffalo Trace bourbon, and a very special grid tasting of Buffalo Trace’s products led by Master Distiller Harlen Wheatley. Cost is $25 for Bourbon Women members and $35 for non-members. Registrants must be at least 21 years old. Space is limited. For a full agenda and to register, visit www.bourbonwomen.org, About Buffalo Trace Distillery Buffalo Trace Distillery is a family-owned company based in Frankfort, Ky. The distillery’s rich distilling tradition dates back to 1787 and includes such legends as E.H. Taylor, Jr., George T. Stagg, Albert B. Blanton, Orville Schupp and Elmer T. Lee. Buffalo Trace Distillery is a fully operational distill-
ery producing bourbon, rye and vodka on site and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The distillery has won seven distillery titles since 2000 from such notable publications as Whisky Magazine, Whisky Advocate Magazine and Wine Enthusiast Magazine. It was named Whisky Magazine 2010 World Icons of Whisky “Whisky Visitor Attraction of the Year.” Buffalo Trace Distillery has also garnered more than 200 awards for its wide range of premium whiskies. About Bourbon Women The Bourbon Women Association is a member-based organization designed exclusively for educational, networking and charitable purposes. Bourbon Women strive to preserve the heritage that surrounds the making and responsible enjoyment of America’s only native spirit. The organization currently boasts nearly 500 members in 20 states and three countries. Member benefits include exclusive member-only events, discounts to key bourbon events, newsletters and e-blasts, magazine discounts and more. To join, or for more information, visitwww. bourbonwomen.org
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To All Our Valued Customers, Readers & Friends, Earth Day will be observed on April 22, 2013. It was started in the United States in 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson to create awareness for the Earth’s environment and to encourage conservation efforts.
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In 1990, Earth Day was taken international, and every year on April 22, more than one billion people take part in Earth Day. Across the globe, individuals, communities, organizations and governments acknowledge the amazing planet we call home and take action to protect it.
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Living Arts & Science Center offering toddler classes The Living Arts & Science Center is now taking registrations for two new unique and creative offerings for toddlers and preschool students. Beginning April 11 and May 9, 2013, the LASC will begin offering ongoing creative parent/child classes (with 2- and 3-year-old children). All classes are hands-on and participatory and are designed to channel children’s natural curiosity and energy into creative and imaginative exploration. They’ll experiment with a wide variety of materials and tools, and get all of their senses engaged while they create a keepsake to take home. All classes are taught by professional arts educators and are kept small to ensure as fun and positive experience. Parent/Child classes for April and May include: 303. Color Creations (Children’s Classes @LASC)
Kriis Zeps — Young artists will learn to recognize primary colors while participating in fun, age appropriate art activities. Join us and explore color mixing, collage and different types of paint applications with your child. All classes taught by professional educators and/or master artists. Thurs: April 11, 18, 25, May 2. AGES: 2-4 yrs + Parent | 9:30 -10:30 am | $40/50 (nm) 304. Exploring Our Senses (Children’s Classes @LASC) Kriis Zeps — Young artists will make creations using scented dough and paint made from juices of fruits and vegetables. Children will explore different textures by using sandpaper, cotton, burlap and satin in art projects. We will review the colors and textures as we make a fruit loop color jar, collages and pictures made with different kinds of paint. All classes taught by professional educators and/or master artists. Thurs: May 9, 16, 23, 30. AGES: 2-4 yrs + Parent | 9:30 - 10:30 am | $40/50 (nm)
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The sevneth annual Shamrock Shuffle 3K was held March 16 in downtown Lexington. All proceeds from the race benefited Lexington Habitat for Humanity. Thousands of men, women and children came out to run, walk and shuffle in their green while enjoying the race’s new course. Since 1986 Lexington Habitat has helped more than 370 low-income families achieve homeownership through the building of simple, decent, affordable housing alongside community volunteers. In 2013 Lexington Habitat is partnering with 16 families. If you would like to get involved, call 859-252-2224 ext. 108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Photos by Earlane Cox
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859-264-0155 MS Styling, Inc. began with the vision of
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Maria Holmes and Steven Moseley. Maria,
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decades has used her fair share of professional salon products. The salon industry is
MS Styling, Inc. has recently began to
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Maria, like many other professional stylists,
you would talk to your salon and stylist, ask
has been disappointed over the years in
if they have heard of the Kentucky based
finding a product that performed well only
made in the U.S.A. Exsimplify product line
to see that product discontinued or changed
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Dreamgirls to dazzle at Lexington Opera House The sparkling new high-tech production of the Tony and Academy Award winning musical DREAMGIRLS will electrify audiences in Lexington as Big League Productions, Inc. brings this high-energy Broadway hit show to the Lexington Opera House, April 19th through 21st for five performances.
created by first-class Broadway veterans, including well-known Broadway Director and Choreographer Bobby Longbottom (with additional choreography from “So You Think You Can Dance’s” Shane Sparks), and Scenery, Costumes, and Lighting designed by the highly-decorated and multiple Tony Award winning team of Robin Wagner, William Ivey Long, and Ken Billington. The video design, which figures prominently in the story telling, was created by Howard Werner, who is also the video designer on SPIDERMAN on Broadway. For more information visit: www.DreamgirlsOnTheRoad.com or www.lexingtonoperahouse.com.
Co-presented by Broadway Live, Central Bank and Powell-Walton-Milward Insurance, tickets for DREAMGIRLS are on sale now and start at just $30. They are available at the Lexington Center Ticket Office, (859) 233-3535. Groups of 10 or more should call (859) 233-4567 ext. 3292. Order tickets online at Ticketmaster.com Full of onstage joy and backstage drama, this new multi-media driven production ofDREAMGIRLS tells the story of “The Dreams,” an up-and-coming 1960s girl singing group – inspired by the career of Diana Ross and The Supremes – as they experience the triumphs and tribulations that accompany their pursuit of fame and fortune in the
tumultuous music industry. Winner of six Tony Awards and two Grammy Awards, DREAMGIRLS premiered on Broadway in December of 1981. Through several revivals and an award-winning 2006 motion picture adaptation, it has remained an audience favorite for more than three decades.
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DREAMGIRLS is produced by Big League Productions. Led by President and Executive Producer Daniel Sher, Big League is celebrating its 24th season of producing, general managing and booking Broadway musicals and special attractions for touring throughout North America. For more information visit www.bigleague.org
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Lexington Parks and Recreation
Youth Tennis Clinics Registrations (April 1–May 15 for Session 1 and April 1–June 15 for session 2)–Open to boys and girls ages 6–15. Participants will be grouped by three age divisions: 6–8, 9–10 and 11–15. Participant’s age is considered as age on beginning date of the selected session. Classes meet Monday through Friday for 55 minutes each day with Session 1 taking place from June 4–29 and Session 2 taking place July 2–27. Morning and/ or afternoon clinics are offered at various locations throughout the city. (Visit www. lexingtonky.gov/parks for exact times, location, and registration forms.) The cost is $40 per participant per session. Registrations can be completed online with a credit card and email address if you already have an account set up. All other registrations accepted at the Dunbar Community Center, 545 N. Upper Street. To learn more, call 288-2915. Spring Break Camp (10 a.m.-4 p.m.) –Dunbar Community Center April 1-5.Pre-registration is required a space is limited. Grades K- 6th. Youth will be involved in daily activities which include arts and crafts, physical fitness, healthy eating tips, computer programming, workshops, clinics and much, much more. To registrar call 288-2953 or 288-2941. Spring Break Activities at William Wells Brown Community Center (5-9 p.m.) April 1-5 ages 6 – 18. Activities will be broken down by age groups. Youth will be involved in daily activities which include arts and crafts, physical fitness,
healthy eating tips, computer programming, workshops, clinics and much, much more. For more information please call 389-6678 or 288-2953. Spring Break at Raven Run (10 am–12 pm, April 1, 3 & 5)–Raven Run is offering Fayette County students and parents the chance to enjoy the outdoors during their Spring Break at Raven Run program. This free program offers an arts and crafts activity as well as a short nature hike. Spring Break at Raven Run is designed for youth in Kindergarten through 5th grade. A parent or adult guardian must accompany children. Call 272-6105 to register for this free program. Spring Break Camp at McConnell Springs (10 am–12 pm, April 2 & 4,)–School-age children (ages Kindergarten through 5th grade) and their parent/guardian can discover nature through hands-on activities, crafts and games at McConnell Springs during Spring Break. This program is free but pre-registration is requested. To register, call 225-4073. Kite Fest (12–4 pm, Saturday, April 6, Jacobson Park)–All eyes will be on the skies as Kite Fest returns for another year. Come out to Jacobson Park and celebrate Parks & Recreation’s first major outdoor event of the season as well as National Kite Month. This colorful event will include face painting, kite making, giant bubbles and special entertainment. Food and beverages will be available for purchase throughout the day
or families may pack a lunch and picnic in the park. Kite Fest is brought to you by Lexington Parks & Recreation and Cricket Wireless. For more information on this free event, call 288-2927. Spring Equestrian lessons April 8 – May 13 Masterson Station Park Language of Spring Flowers (1 pm, Saturday, April 13 and 1 pm, Sunday, April 21, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–See dozens of early spring wildflowers as we explore the forests of Raven Run. Many of the species carpet the hillsides and provide breathtaking displays. Learn about plant folklore and take advantage of this excellent photographic opportunity! This program lasts approximately 1 ½ hours. For more information, call 272-6105. Folk Art Rooster (10 am–12 pm, Saturday, April 13,)–Join as at McConnell Springs and create your own folk art rooster with the Lexington Wood Carvers Guild. The cost is $10 for materials and all tools will be provided. Registration is requested and can be done by calling 225-4073. Stargazing (8:30 pm, Saturday, April 13, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary)–Enjoy an astronomy presentation and view the night sky through a variety of telescopes provided by the Bluegrass Amateur Astronomy Club. Far from the city lights, Raven Run is an excellent place to view planets, nebulae,
galaxies and the Milky Way! The program is free and lasts two hours. To learn more call 271-6072. Junior Naturalist “Celebrating Earth Day” (11 am, Saturday, April 20, McConnell Springs)–Youth ages 5–10 are invited to come out to McConnell Springs to celebrate Earth Day 2012. Junior Naturalist’s will learn about ways to take care of the earth including recycling, composting and planting trees. Participants will also help plant some trees in the park. Call the park at 225-4073 to register. Jacobson Boat Dock Opens on Weekends Only (Saturday, April 20,)–The Jacobson Boat Dock opens for weekends only on April 20, and will open on a daily basis on May 25. Weekend only hours are 12–7 pm on Saturday and 1–7 pm on Sunday. Operating hours beginning May 26 are 12–7 pm, Monday–Saturday and 1–6 pm on Sunday. The rental cost is $4 for one-half hour. All riders must wear a US Coast Guard approved personal floatation device. The age requirement for pedal boat rental is 16 & over. Those under the required age must be accompanied by a chaperone 16 & older. Vending machines and restrooms are available at the Marina. Sun Bowl organizational meeting (April 22 7 p.m.) Dunbar Community Center This is for our summer girl’s basketball league. Ages 9-13 $125 per team or $10 per person. All games played at Douglass Park
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The story of the ‘Tales They Told Us’ Lexington Art League’s latest exhibition conceived and curated by University of Kentucky students During the 2012 fall semester, 13 Univer-
sculptures capture magic and mystery.
ing party will be held the next day, featur-
sity of Kentucky students came together for
Young will give an artist lecture on April 13,
ing apple-centric games and demonstrations
AH 504, a curatorial studies class taught by
1pm, to offer further insight into her process
of apple grafting. Participants will also take
Becky Alley, exhibitions and programs di-
and her work.
home an apple tree seedling to plant and perpetuate the legend of Johnny Appleseed.
rector at the Lexington Art League. The stu-
Upcoming LAL Events OPENING CELEBRATION March 22, 6-9pm. FREE ($5 suggested donation) LAL @ Loudoun House (209 Castlewood Dr.). The
dents were challenged to develop a thematic
As part of Tales They Told Us, LAL will
Both events are free, however an RSVP is re-
Lexington Art League hosts an opening celebra-
concept that was universally relevant and
also present Tales We’re Telling You, a col-
quested since space is limited.
tion for Tales They Told Us, an imaginative exhibi-
to create an exhibition to be shown at LAL’s
laborative collection of woodprints done by
Loudoun House Gallery.
students in LAL’s Common Good Art Club
Patrons will also be encouraged to get in-
and artist Joel Feldman. For this project, stu-
volved in storytelling through Story Soiree,
music of Reva Williams, Lexington’s food trucks,
“The Loudoun House was an inspiration to
dents from north Lexington neighborhoods
April 26, 6-9pm at LAL’s Loudoun House.
and beer by West Sixth Brewing.
us because it is architecturally something
did drawings exploring themes such as
Mick Jeffries, a local musician and photog-
out of a fairy tale,” said Andrea Clark, a stu-
love, power, bullies and playtime, and Feld-
rapher, will collect stories about Café LM-
dent from AH 504. “The tower looks like
man transformed their narrative pieces into
NOP, a club that was a zeitgeist of music and
April 6, 6pm and April 7, 12-2pm, 2013. FREE.
something Rapunzel’s hair could spill out of.
arts culture in downtown Lexington in the
Space is limited; RSVP suggested.
1980s. The stories will be archived as part of
When you close the giant front doors, you feel like you’re closing the gates at Winter-
“We are introduced to good and evil and fact
the Kentucky Historical Society’s oral history
fell. The gargoyles on the staircase summon
and fib as children, when we are absorbed by
collection. The soiree will also feature mu-
thoughts of Hogwarts. The house is a play-
stories read to us or created in our subcon-
sic by Soul Funkin’ Dangerous, food trucks
ground for imagination, and we decided to
scious during playtime,” said Alley. “Those
Athenian Grill and Fork in the Road, beer by
create a story-themed exhibition to celebrate
formative concepts stick with us through
West Sixth Brewing and the art of Tales They
adulthood and inform who we are and how
Told Us. Admission is free for everyone; a $5
we see the world. We know the monster isn’t
donation is suggested.
tion inspired by the fantasies, fables, folklore and fibs that shape us as children and stay with us
For information abouttheLAL or Tales as more adults. The opening features “newgrass”
JOHNNY APPLESEED: AS AMERICAN AS APPLE PIE
LAL’s Project Space (209 Castlewood Dr.) Katie Hargrave and Amber Ginsburg use the leg-
They Told Us or to register for the Appleseed end of Johnny Appleseed, a nurseryman credited with introducing apple trees to the Midwest at the turn of the 19th century, to prompt discussions about food, the culture that surrounds it, and the roles it occupies in our memories. Involves an all-apple family style dinner on April 6, beginning at 6pm, followed by an apple tree grafting workshop on April 7, 12-2pm.
Tales They Told Us, open March 22 thru
under the bed, but we still know the fear that
May 12, is an exhibition investigating myths,
comes with uncertainty. We know a fairy
In addition to story telling, LAL will host an
legends, epics, and moral tales. An opening
godmother won’t be turning us into royalty
art book workshop to promote artful story
reception will be held March 22, 6-9pm, at
for a night, but we understand the value of
making. Pat Gerhard, a well-known Lex-
LAL’s Loudoun House (209 Castlewood
someone in your corner. Tales They Told Us
ington artist whose Third Street Stuff and
Dr.). The celebration is free for everyone ($5
and the collaborative work by Joel Feldman
Coffee encourages community creativity
donation suggested) and features music by
and Common Good delight the imagination
with shared journals, will guide participants
Reva Williams, food from Athenian Grill
and challenge viewers to explore the influ-
in the creation of a book that tells a story
and Cluckin’ Burger and beer by West Sixth
ence fairy tales, fables and folklore have on
through imagery, texture, color and archi-
April 26, 6-9pm| FREE ($5 suggested donation)
shaping who we are.”
tecture more than through words. Art Book Making 101 will be held at LAL’s Loudoun
event or Art Book Making 101, please visit April 13, 1pm | FREE LAL @ Loudoun House (209 Castlewood Dr.). Alice Pixley Young, a Cincinnati-based artist whose installation is included in Tales They Told Us, discusses the importance of mirrors and peepholes in her work and the role of video in her artmaking.
LAL @ Loudoun House (209 Castlewood Dr.) Tell
your own tales at LAL’s Story Soiree, where local legend Mick Jeffries will collect stories about Café
More than 30 artists from 15 states and Ger-
To encourage dialogue about myths and
House on May 4, 10am-4pm; cost is $45
LMNOP, an 80’s club that was a zeitgeist of music
many will be exhibiting in Tales They Told
memories, artists Katie Hargrave and Am-
($40 for LAL members).
and arts culture. Patrons can also explore the art of
Us, which includes 2D works of art as well
ber Ginsburg will present Johnny Apple-
as sculpture, video and site-specific installa-
seed: As American as Apple Pie as a special
“Stories are bridges between generations,
tions. One noteworthy installation is Beau-
Tales They Told Us event. This two-day affair
societies and geographies,” said Stephanie
vais Lyon’s Association for Creative Zool-
features an all-apple dinner on April 6, 6pm,
Harris, LAL’s executive director. “We all re-
ogy, a traveling exhibition from the Hokes
and an apple grafting party on April 7, 12-
member the warnings of the boy who cried
Archives. Lyons, an art professor at the Uni-
wolf, the vanity of the Wicked Queen, and
versity of Tennessee, has created an immer-
Tales They Told Us, listen to music by Soul Funkin’ Dangerous, and enjoy the local flavors of Lexington food trucks and West Sixth Brewing. ART BOOK MAKING 101 with Pat Gerhard May 4, 10am-4pm | $45 ($40 for LAL Members) LAL @ Loudoun House (209 Castlewood Dr.). Artist Pat Gerhard, owner of Third Street Stuff
the danger of temptation in Hansel and Gre-
and Coffee, leads participants in the creation of a book that tells a story through imagery, texture,
sive installation of pseudo-scientific objects
For the apple dinner, guests will bring their
tel. Those narratives taught us life lessons in
and prints through a kiosk of curiosities that
favorite cooking or eating utensil, enjoy an
childhood that stay with us until we meet
blurs fact and fiction and scrambles history
all-apple family style dinner, and share some
the Grim Reaper. The programming, events
and fantasy. Another highlight is an instal-
crisp conversation about the legend of John-
and art of Tales They Told Us celebrate the
fantasies, provides inspiration for the workshop.
lation of Alice Pixley Young, a Cincinnati-
ny Appleseed and the symbolic significance
power of stories in an imaginative and uni-
To register, email email@example.com.
based artist whose fairy-tale-inspired video
of the apple through history. An apple graft-
versally accessible way.”
color and architecture more than through words. A walkthrough ofTales They Told Us, a Lexington Art League exhibition exploring fables, folklore, and
Thursdays, April 4-May 23
picnic in the park. Kite Fest is sponsored
McTeggart Irish Dancers Adult Classes
Cricket Wireless. The event will be held
6:30-7:30 p.m. for beginners. 6:30-8:30
Monday, April 1
Thursday, April 4
Poet Manning reading
Thursday Night Live begins
Kentucky poet Maurice Manning has
Central Bank Thursday Night Live
published four books of poetry, includ-
begins April 4 and will continue through
ing his most recent, The Common Man,
Oct. 31. Food and beverage booths will
which was one of three finalists for the
be set up and open for business at 4:30
2011 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. His first
until 8 p.m. The weekly band plays from
collection, Lawrence Booth’s Book of
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Visions, was selected for the 2000 Yale
The event will be held at the Fifth Third
Series of Younger Poets.
Bank Pavilion in Cheapside Park.
Manning will be giving a reading April 1 a the Carrick Theater 300 North Broadway Road in Lexington, starting at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call the Transylvania Fine Arts Office at 859-233-8141.
UK blood drive
Russian Fairy Tales and More! The Living Arts & Science Center’s April Discovery Night will be held at
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for advanced. Visit www.kyirishdancers.
by Lexington Parks & Recreation and from noon until 4 p.m at Jacobson Park on April 7, For more information, call
org. $9 per class.
Friday, April 5
Food Truck Fridays Food Truck Fridays are coming to Lexington. Food Truck Friday is the first Friday of every month. Trucks will be different every time so come out and support the food truck movement in Lexington. The event will take place the first Friday of every month at Cheapside Park from 11 a.m. to noon. For more information, call Amanda Tibbetts at
The 2013 Lexington AIDS Walk will be held April 7 with check-in/registration at 2 p.m. with the walk starting at 3 p.m. Everyone is asked to meet at Third Street Stuff. There is no cost to participate in the walk, but we do encourage walkers to become personal fundraisers to help AVOL stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and to empower those affected. Prizes will be awarded to individuals and
teams who raise the most money for the
from 6-8 p.m.
available on a first come-first serve basis
You may be familiar with Snow White
The Keeneland 2013 Spring Race Meet-
the day of the even for walkers who have
362 N. Martin Luther King Boulevard
and Cinderella, but have you ever met the mysterious and enchanting firebirds,
ing opens April 5 and continues through
Lexington AIDS Walk. T-shirts will be
riased a minimum $25 sponsorship.
April 26 with no racing on Monday
For more information, call Mark at
swan maidens, and evil sorcerers of Rus-
or Tuesday. Gates open at 11 a.m. and
sian Fairy Tales?! Join us for an enchant-
general admission is $5 per person with
ing evening of Russian culture, art, and
children 12 and under admitted free.
The public is invited to donor.
storytelling at this month’s Discovery
Post time for the first race is 1:05 p.m.
Night program! In Russian, tales are
and races are run approximately every
Tuesday, April 2
called SKAZKA. The word is from the
half hour. For more information, contact
McTeggart Irish Dancers Open Houses
same root as the verb “to say” - skazat.
Keeneland at 859-288-4299.
Learn to Irish Dance! Children ages 5-17.
The University of Kentucky will hold its campus spring blood drive April 1-5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Singletary Center President’s Room.
UK band concert The University of Kentucky Band will present a UK Concert Band performance April 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Singletary Center. Admission is free and the event is opening to the public.
Wednesday, April 3 Oaks Day at Keeneland
Be entertained by our special guest
Sunday, April 7, April 21 Mondays, April 8, April 15
First lesson is free. Visit www.kyirish-
storyteller and UK Professor of Russian,
Saturday, April 6
Linguistics, and Folklore, Jeanmarie
Ashland Stakes Race
Rouhier. Also, learn about the beauti-
This month Ashland celebrates the 400th
Monday, April 8
ful art of painting Matroshka dolls and
anniversary of the Clay family coming to
make your own to take home! 859-252-
America as John Claye arrived in Jame-
Lexington Legends opens season
stown, April 1613. Ashland Stakes race
The Lexington Legends will open its
at Keeneland and Ashland Steak special
first season as an affiliate of the Kansas
at Dudley’s 120 West Short.
City Royals April 8 at Whitaker Bank
dancers.org to register. 4-4:45 p.m.
Central Kentucky Home and Garden Show
Sunday, April 7
The Central Kentucky Home and Gar-
Kite Fest at Jacobson Park
night is presented by Jackey Tax. Open-
den Show opens April 4 and continues
The skies of Jacobson Park will be filled
ing night, and all Monday night home
through April 7. Jump start spring with
with hundreds of kites this spring as Kite
games, will be “Kids Eat Free” nights,
fresh ideas from the Annual Central
Fest returns for another year.
sponsored by Members Heritage Federal
Kentucky Home and Garden Show at
Free activities will include face painting,
Credit Union. All kids age 12 and under
Rupp Arena, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. each
kite making, giant bubbles and special
will receive a voucher good for a free
proximately 5:45 p.m.
entertainment. Food and beverages will
meal and drink.
For more information, call Keeneland at
For more information, call 859-233-
be available for purchase throughout the
day or families may pack a lunch and
Keeneland will host Oaks Day April 3 and the public is invited to come out and live coverage from Churchill Downs while enjoying live music in the Keeneland paddock. Admission is free and gates open at 9 a.m. Post time for first race is 11 a.m. The Oaks will run at ap-
Ballpark. The Legends will take on the Asheville Tourists at 7:05 p.m. Opening
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Living Arts & Science Center to host Family Fun Day It’s springtime in the bluegrass and a great time to explore, experiment, and get creative inside and out! Join the Living Arts & Science Center’s teachers, staff and special guests for a free day of hands-on arts, science and music activities on April 27, from 10 am to 3 pm at the LASC, 362 N. Martin Luther King Blvd. The event is free and open to the public and offers many new activities as well as annual events. All activities are handson and will take place indoors and out! Special events this year will include: •Clay Creations! Build a clay community and try your hand at a pottery wheel •Create colorful horse sculptures •Make colorful or kooky Derby Hats •Experiment along with our Science Specialist and her mysterious science projects
•Construct your own kites and fly them on the lawn •And, everyone has the opportunity to turn car into canvas for the annual painting of the Art Car! •Enter our drawings for exciting door prizes! •Participate in our membership drive or sign up for summer classes and receive a free prize. ART EXHIBITS In addition, you can visit live animals and make your own artwork while visiting our interactive exhibits: How Small A Thing Can Be Pleaing: Contemporary Botanical Art by Kentucky Artists and Forest Findings! Refreshments will be available for purchase.
education in the arts and sciences.
Now celebrating its 45th year, the Living Arts & Science Center is a not-for-profit organization that provides creative and unique opportunities for exploration and
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Natural history in the digital age workshop coming up Jerome In Patchen, For Hair, Skin & Fashion
You are cordially invited to high tea and
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Child, teen and adult artists and students
More earned a bachelor’s degree in art
of all levels can explore the fascinating his-
from the University of Kentucky in 2005.
tory of Kentucky nature as depicted in the
At his studio, Studiospectre, he focuses
mural series Bluegrass Wild by artist Stevie
on nature related artwork in traditional
Moore. Moore will discuss the contents
and digital media – including painting,
of his mural series and demonstrate his
drawing and Photoshop. Stevie loves
artistic process. A Q&A session will fol-
teaching and has taught at the LASC for
low and visitors will try their hand at the
nine years. His interests include aviation,
techniques and technology Moore utilizes
aquariums, nature, art, and history, and
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• Donate $12 and receive a Light the Way Candle. All proceeds go to Green Global Grants. • Donate $8 and receive a tree to plant. You will also receive a coupon for $8 on your next visit with us. Do not have a place to plant your tree? That is OK. We will plant it for you. • Donate $8 and we will plant a tree in honor of a loved one. • Donate $3 for Aveda hand relief creme. • Sponsor your favorite technician at Joli for Walk for Clean Water. Any donation is greatly appreciated.
APRIL 14TH CUT-A-THON & SPA -A-THON
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233-3535 or visit the Lexington Opera House website.
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Monday, April 8
equipment, nursery furniture, maternity wear, and more at a two-day sale. 5 - 10 pm Location: Faith United is located at
Happy Birthday Henry
3080 Brannon Road, Nicholasville, KY
This month Ashland celebrates the 400th
anniversary of the Clay family coming
(10 am–12 pm, Saturday, April 13,)–Join
as at McConnell Springs and create your
Disney on Ice
own folk art rooster with the Lexington
The Disney on Ice production of “Dare
Wood Carvers Guild. The cost is $10 for
to Dream” will be held April 18-21 at
materials and all tools will be provided.
Rupp Arena starting at 7 p.m each night.
Registration is requested and can be
For more information, call 859-233-
done by calling 225-4073.
Friday, April 19
(8:30 pm, Saturday, April 13, Raven Run
MOMS Club of Lexington
Nature Sanctuary)–Enjoy an astronomy
At 9:30 am, MOMS Club of Lexington-
presentation and view the night sky
East Monthly Meeting will be held at Crossroads Christian Church. Visitors
to America as John Claye arrived in
Saturday, April 13
Jamestown, April 1613. Special dinner menu at Nick Ryan’s to celebrate Henry
Dream Factory celebrates 25 years
Clay’s birthdate, born April 12, 1777.
The Lexington Dream Factory will cel-
Nick Ryan’s 200 West Jefferson. Proceeds
ebrate 25 years of making dreams come
through a variety of telescopes provided
go to Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate.
true at a special event April 13 at 6:30
by the Bluegrass Amateur Astronomy
p.m in the RJ Corman Hangar
Club. Far from the city lights, Raven
Black-tie is optional, includes live and
Run is an excellent place to view planets,
silent auction including live music by
nebulae, galaxies and the Milky Way!
Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Burning Las Vegas. Reservations pre-
The program is free and lasts two hours.
ferred but not necessary.
To learn more call 271-6072.
Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Induction
Call 254-9474 for reservations.
Friday, April 12
Ceremony will be held April 12 at the
Sunday, April 14
will induct Emory & Linda Martin,
The second Saturday in April marks
You are cordially invited to high tea
Exile, Kentucky Headhunters, Old Joe
the beginning of the Lexington Farm-
and Derby Hat Bash from 2 p.m. to 5
Clark, Skeeter Davis, Steven Curtis
ers’ Market outdoor season, which runs
p.m. Bring in your derby or summer
through Nov. 30. Market members will
outfit and find the perfect hat to match,
For more information, go to www.ken-
have the finest spring produce, flowers,
You can also shop for the perfect derby,
tuckymusicmuseum.com or call 1-877-
herbs, meats, eggs, cheeses, prepared
spring or summer outfit perfect for all
foods, baked goods, jams, jellies, honey
The 2013 Kentucky Music Hall of Fame
Chapman and The Hilltoppers.
Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2013
There is free park The market will be set
Come hear the sounds of some of the
and will be open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
greatest music on earth. Inductees are:
For more information, call Jeff Dabbelt
Emory & Linda Martin; Exile; Kentucky
up at Chealside Park and Short Street
Headhunters; Old Joe Clark; Skeeter Davis; Steven Curtis Chapman; The Hill-
Language of Spring Flowers
toppers. Time: 6 p.m. Single Seats: $125
(1 pm, Saturday, April 13 and 1 pm,
- $200. 6 p.m. at Lexington Center.
Sunday, April 21, Raven Run Nature
April 12 and 13
Sanctuary)–See dozens of early spring wildflowers as we explore the forests of
Everything for Kids Sale
Raven Run. Many of the species carpet
Everything For Kids Sale Our Spring/
the hillsides and provide breathtaking
Summer 2013 sale will be held on Friday,
displays. Learn about plant folklore and
April 12, 2013 and Saturday, April 13,
take advantage of this excellent pho-
2013 Club members and outside sellers
tographic opportunity! This program
offer gently used children’s clothing, toys,
lasts approximately 1 ½ hours. For more
group for area at-home moms. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-859955-0056.
Saturday, April 20 Clay family roots
Lexington Farmers’ Market opens
Lexington Center- Bluegrass Ballroom.
are welcome. MOMS Club is a support
Derby Hat Bash
your upcoming fun or work events as you enjoy tea, refreshments and networking. There will also be many prize drawings.
Thursday, April 18 Black Jacket Symphony performs The Rolling Stones’ “Some Girls” Black Jacket Symphony performs The Rolling Stones’ “Some Girls” live exactly as it was on the record. The symphony offers a unique concert experience by recreating classic albums with a first-class lighting and video production. The concert begins at 8 p.m. For ticket prices or other information, call the Lexington Opera House at 859-
2-4 p.m. This month Ashland celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Clay family coming to America as John Claye arrived in Jamestown, April 1613. Inviting all Clay’s and even if you are not a Clay, join in activities including tree tours, mansion open house, family portraits, genealogy talks, ice cream social.
Gingko Tree Cafe This month Ashland celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Clay family coming to America as John Claye arrived in Jamestown, April 1613. Open for the season beginning Saturday, April 20 with a delectable selection of sandwiches, salads, drinks and deserts from $7. Tuesday Saturday 11-2. For more information go to henryclay.org or call 859-266-8581.
Junior Naturalist “Celebrating Earth Day” (11 am, Saturday, April 20, McConnell Springs)–Youth ages 5–10 are invited to come out to McConnell Springs to celebrate Earth Day 2012. Junior Naturalist’s will learn about ways to take care of the earth including recycling, composting
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and planting trees. Participants will also
in registration will take place from 12–5
For more information, contact the Mar-
and will take place indoors and out.
help plant some trees in the park. Call
pm on Thursday, April 25, at the Dunbar
key Cancer Foundation Legacy Council
For more information, contact Heather
the park at 225-4073 to register.
Community Center (545 N. Upper St.).
Lyons at 859-252-5222.
Registration will remain open until all
Jacobson Boat Dock opens on weekends only
slots are full. Online registration re-
Saturday, April 27
Sunday, April 28
opens at 5 pm on April 25 and in person
Arboretum’s Arbor Day
Girls on the Run 5K
(Saturday, April 20,)–The Jacobson Boat
registration will resume April 26 from 8
The Arboretum’s Arbor Day celebration
The Girls on the Run 5K celebrates the
Dock opens for weekends only on April
am–5 pm, Monday–Friday until all slots
is the best attended Arbor Day event
accomplishments of the Girls on the Run
20, and will open on a daily basis on
are full. If you plan to register online,
in Kentucky and will take place April
Central Kentucky participants. The race
May 25. Weekend only hours are 12–7
you must have a User ID and password
27,from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
is open to everyone, regardless of age,
pm on Saturday and 1–7 pm on Sunday.
to use the website registration system.
The 22nd annual Arbor Day celebration
gender, or ability.
Operating hours beginning May 26 are
You must also provide an email address
begins with a reading and will be held at
Please join us and run, walk, or skip
12–7 pm, Monday–Saturday and 1–6
to use this system. New users who are
the The Arboretum, 500 Alumni Drive
your way to the finish line! Proceeds
pm on Sunday. The rental cost is $4
of age to participate in summer camps
benefit Girls on the Run.
for one-half hour. All riders must wear
should be added to the system prior to
For more information, call Marcia Farris
The event will begin at 9 a.m. at Com-
a US Coast Guard approved personal
April 23. You must come to the Dunbar
floatation device. The age requirement
Community Center between 8 am–5
for pedal boat rental is 16 & over. Those
pm, Monday–Friday if you are a first
under the required age must be ac-
time users. If you already have a house-
Fourth annual Arts & Crafts Fair
companied by a chaperone 16 & older.
hold account and just want to add a fam-
NorthEast Christian Church. 990 Star
Vending machines and restrooms are
ily member you may email parnold@
Shoot Parkway at Hamburg Pavilion. 9
available at the Marina.
Sunday, April 21 Keeneland Military Appreciation Day Keeneland Military Appreciation Day will be held Sunday, April 21. For more information, call 859-2543412.
lexingtonky.gov or fax 254-0142 an updated request and proof of age documentation in order to be added. Mailed registrations will be processed on Friday April 26 beginning at 8 a.m. on a first- come , first-served post marked basis for any remaining slots. For more detailed information about camps, sessions offered and fees, visit the Parks website at www.lexingtonky.gov/parks. ESP/Real camps do not have on-line
a.m. - 4 p.m. For more information contact email@example.com or 859-299-1251 x220.
Celebrity Curtain Call The Celebrity Curtain Call to benefit the Lexington Children’s Theatre will be held April 27, starting at 7 p.m. Bid on fabulous and one of a kind silent and live auction packages, sample some
Blanton’s Bourbon, and best of all, see
ing to America as John Claye arrived
Thursday, April 25
our celebrity cast performs scenes from
in Jamestown, April 1613. Noon-4 p.m.
Men’s Dirt Bowl Organization meeting
your favorite children’s plays.
Leonard, University of Kentucky Wind
(April 25 7 p.m.) Dunbar Community
ington Children’s Museum box office at
Symphony Concert, Kid’s Climb, Adopt
Center This is for our men’s summer
one of Ashland’s 400 trees - $50, $100,
basketball league. Ages 16 & over, all
$250, or $500 helps maintain a tree for
games played at Douglass Park $125 per
Spring Family Fun Day
a year. In case of rain, free concert 3 pm
team or $10 per person.
Spring Family Fun Day will be held a the
This month Ashland celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Clay family com-
Tree Talk & Tour with Arborist Dave
Friday, April 26
the most entertaining show in town as
For more information, contact the Lex-
Living Arts and Science Center April 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For more information, call race chair Keeana Boarman at 859-806-6743.
Tree and Bourbon Trail This month Ashland celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Clay family coming to America as John Claye arrived in Jamestown, April 1613. 5-7 p.m. Learn about Ashland’s trees while sampling some of Kentucky’s best bourbons on this fun and casual tree and bourbon walk around the beautiful estate in all its spring beauty. $10. While there, adopt an Ashland tree $50$500 helps maintain a tree for a year.
Monday, April 29 and Thursday, May 2 Dog obedience and puppy classes Rosetree dog training will be starting two new obedience classes at PetSuites Pet Resort in Hamburg. Classes are held one night a week for six weeks. The basic dog obedience class starts on Monday, April 29, at 6:30 p.m. Puppy class starts on Thursday, May 2, at
Beginning April 23
The Concert on The Lawn
Join the Living Arts & Science Center’s
Summer Camp Registration Events
The Concert on The Lawn will be held
teachers, staff and special guests for a
April 26 at Keeneland Race Track, start-
free day of hands-on arts, science and
at first class. Total cost is $120.
Online registration for all camps, except
ing at 1 p.m. All proceed will benefit
Call Chris Miara at 797-1346 for more
ESP/REAL, will begin at 12 pm on April
The Markey Cancer Center. The event
The event is free and open to the public
23, and will remain open until 8 am on
features Robert Earl Keen and will go all
and offers many new activities as well as
com or http://www.facebook.com/Rose-
Thursday, April 25. Summer camp walk-
annual events. All activities are hands-on
6:30 p.m. Proof of vaccinations required
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ating disorders — such as anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder — include extreme emotions, attitudes and behaviors surrounding weight and food issues. Eating disorders are serious emotional and physical problems that can have life-threatening consequences for females and males.
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and similarities of each one. ANOREXIA NERVOSA is characterized by self-starvation and excessive weight loss. Symptoms include: refusal to maintain body weight at or above a minimally normal weight for height, body type, age and activity level; intense fear of weight gain or being “fat”; feeling “fat” or overweight despite dramatic weight loss; loss of menstrual periods; and extreme concern with body weight and shape. BULIMIA NERVOSA is characterized by a secretive cycle of binge eating followed by purging. Bulimia includes eating large amounts of food — more than most people would eat in one meal — in short periods of time, then getting rid of the food and calories through vomiting, laxative abuse or overexercising. Symptoms include: repeated episodes of bingeing and purging; feeling out of control during a binge and eating beyond the point of comfortable fullness; purging after a binge, (typically by self-induced vomiting, abuse of laxatives, diet pills and/or diuretics, excessive exercise or fasting); frequent dieting; and extreme concern with body weight and shape. BINGE EATING DISORDER (also known as COMPULSIVE OVEREATING) is characterized primarily by periods of uncontrolled, impulsive or continuous eating beyond the point of feeling comfortably full. While there is no purging, there may be sporadic fasts or repetitive diets and often feelings of shame or self-hatred after a binge. People who overeat compulsively may struggle with anxiety, depression, and loneliness, which
can contribute to their unhealthy episodes of binge eating. Body weight may vary from normal to mild, moderate or severe obesity. OTHER EATING DISORDERS can include some combination of the signs and symptoms of anorexia, bulimia and/or binge eating disorder. While these behaviors may not be clinically considered a full syndrome eating disorder, they can still be physically dangerous and emotionally draining. All eating disorders require professional help. If you think you or someone you may know may have an eating disorder, ask these questions: •Are you satisfied with your eating patterns? (A “no” to this question is an abnormal response). •Do you ever eat in secret? (A “yes” to this and all other questions is abnormal response). •Does your weight affect the way you feel about yourself? •Do you currently suffer with or have you ever suffered in the past with an eating disorder? Two other specific questions: •Do you worry you have lost control over how much you eat? •Would you say that food dominates your life?
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