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GEORGE GATEWOOD LONGWOOD ANTIQUE WOODS HAS A HAMBURG STORY TO SHARE page 10

NEW IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

EASTSIDE LEXINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY TO OPEN page 5

EASTER CALENDAR page 21

SENIOR LIVING PREVIEWING THE APRIL EXPO page 17


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MARCH 2016 B U S I N E S S U P DAT E S .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 N E W L I B R A R Y.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 S T. PAT R I C K ’ S P R E V I E W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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K I D S C A L E N DA R .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 H E A LT H A N D W E L L N E S S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4 SENIOR NEWS..................................................... 16 I K N O W E X P O A I D S S E N I O R S .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7 C O M I C C O N C O M E S TO L E X I N GTO N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 9 C A L E N DA R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 8 R E A L E S TAT E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2

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B U S I N E S S U P DAT E S Builders Care’ will continue to support our local veterans, as well as, helping those who are in need through a variety of different charitable projects in the coming year.”

BUSINESS

Recruiting? You’re invited to attend Gatton’s Business Internship & Career Fair The Gatton College of Business & Economics is hosting their Business Internship & Career Fair, on Wednesday, March 2.

BUILDING COMMUNITY Andover Construction was the lead builder in the Home for a Veteran Project, dedicated in January. Home Builders Care is a non profit arm of the Home Builders Association of Lexington. Todd Johnson, executive director of HBA Lexington, says, “We are fortunate to partner with a local bank to obtain the lot for the home and our Builder Members leading this effort have been nothing short of amazing in bringing this project together! Mike Hall with Andover Construction has been the lead

Mike Hall of Andover Construction served as lead builder in the Home for a Veteran Project, dedicated in January. builder on the project and he and our other members have been able to get discounts and donations to make this home affordable for [the Shackelford family],” adding, “The outpouring of response has been great from HBA members for this project. ‘Home

GRAND OPENINGS The Eastside Public Library will host a grand opening at 3000 Blake James Drive on March 15. Q&A with Pearson & Peters Architects Plc; KPC Architectural Products, Inc., BEX Construction at 11 am. Mosaic workshops at 10:30 am and 1 pm. Wooden pen workshop at 4 pm. Grand opening of family storytime in the children’s wing at 11:30 am. Creative movement storytime by Katie Scherrer at 1 pm and 2 pm. Cambo the Clown (juggling, balloon animals, clown magic) at 1 pm. Newton’s Attic Robots at 3 pm: operate a remote controlled robot through obstacles, ramps, tunnels, and bridges to win a small prize. Dixie Land South Band play live in the Adult Wing at 2 pm. LOVE Viola Group play at 5:30 pm. Jazz at 7 pm. Friends of the Library book

sale all day on the second floor. Cabela’s plans to celebrate its official grand opening in Lexington on Wednesday, March 16 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by a weekend of giveaways, family activities, guest appearances, and more. The ribbon-cutting, which will begin at 9:45 am at 1510 Conservation Way in Hamburg, will be hosted by Cabela’s executives and special guests, and will conclude with the ribbon being cut by an arrow shot from a bow. Doors will open for business at 10 am. The 72,000 square foot store has been built in Cabela’s new-format layout, including an express cafe, Gun Library, and a Bargain Cave.

BUSINESS CALENDAR MARCH 2 - Business Internship and Career Fair, UK Gatton School MARCH 10 - Women Leading Kentucky Roundtable Luncheon, Sal’s Chophouse MARCH 15 - Eastside Public Library Grand Opening, 3000 Blake James Drive APRIL 7 - Art Connects Networking Luncheon with Lori Meadows, ArtsPlace APRIL 19 - EMERGE Conference presented by Forcht Bank, Lexington Center


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Welcome to the Neighborhood

Lexington Public Library gets new branch on Palumbo One door closes, another door opens. The Lexington Public Library at Eagle Creek off Richmond Road closed its doors for the last time on Friday, February 26. (Holds for Eagle Creek customers may be picked up at the Tates Creek Branch until the new Eastside branch opens on Palumbo.) The Lexington Public Library’s newest branch will open its doors to the public for the first time at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 15, at the corner of Palumbo Drive and Man O’ War at 3000 Blake James Drive (in the spot once occupied by a Land Rover dealership). Ann Hammond, executive director of the Lexington Public Library, says “We’re happy that we were able to repurpose an existing building to expand our services to the Hamburg area while still remaining convenient for our current Eagle Creek customer base ...The new Eastside

Branch will be a model of a modern library, with plenty of materials, plenty of places to read, learn, create and meet your neighbors.” The grand opening of the Eastside Branch, at the corner of Palumbo Drive and Man O’ War Boulevard, will begin with a ribbon cutting followed by live music, workshops, and other special programs for adults and children throughout the day. At about 32,000 square feet, the new branch will be the Lexington Public Library’s largest branch library. It will include a drive-through window for pickup of holds, an expanded children’s area, a teen space, a large meeting room, study rooms and a maker space for hands-on workshops and creating. The larger space —Eagle Creek is a 15,000-square-foot building—also will allow an increase in the number books and other materials.

In March, the latest branch of the Lexington Public Library will open in the former site of the Land Rover dealership at Palumbo Drive and Man O’ War.

NEW AMENITIES at the New Space include:

• Drive-thru to pick up holds and drop off returns • fireplace • collaborative space • expanded children’s area • cozy teen space • wide array of meeting and study rooms

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THE ST. PATRICK’S PARADE & FESTIVAL

Everybody’s Irish in March S

even local and regional performance groups will be taking the Irish festival stage on Saturday, March 12, as part of Lexington’s 37th Annual Alltech St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival. The lineup features musicians, singers and dancers from across Kentucky. The festival is part of an all-day celebration that begins at 8 a.m. with the 10th annual Shamrock Shuffle to benefit Lexington Habitat for Humanity. At 11 a.m., the annual “Blessing of the Keg” at the Alltech tents in Cheapside Park kicks off the free Irish festival. The parade begins at 1 p.m. “This year’s festival features a little bit of everything Celtic, including Irish dancers, Scottish pipers and some great bands, including one who mixes traditional Irish music with our more local bluegrass sound,” said Megan Moloney, vice president of the Bluegrass Irish Society and director of the Bluegrass Ceili Academy Irish dance school. “We’re excited to bring these great performers back to our Fifth/Third Pavilion stage for this free, family-friendly event.” The festival performances kick off with traditional Irish music from Lexington band Liam’s Fancy with special guests John Skelton, Bobby O’Byrne and Jeremy Wade playing until 12:45 p.m. The parade then begins at 1 p.m. and makes its way down Main Street from Midland Avenue to Upper Street. At 2 p.m., William Sutherland Reid Pipes and Drums play. Originally founded in 1975, the group has performed and competed locally and regionally at festivals, concerts and even opened for Rod Stewart at Rupp Arena. Lexington’s Kentucky McTeggart Irish Dancers take over the stage at 2:30 p.m. Since the mid-1990s, the McTeggart Irish Dancers have taught Irish dance to children and adults. This past November, McTeggart’s adult team won the 2015 Mid-American Oireachtas regional group dance championship. Featured this year at 3 p.m. is "Bluegrass/ Greengrass" band Cloigheann (pronounced by the band as “klog-in”). For more than 25 years, the band has blended its traditional Irish and bluegrass roots. At 4 p.m., the Lexington Irish Dancers take the spotlight. The non-competitive performance group regularly performs at local fairs and festivals, including appearances with the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra at Picnic with the Pops. Musician Paul Cullen performs for the crowd at 4:30 p.m. A native of Ireland, Cullen brings the traditions of Irish song to our festival stage. Wrapping up the festival performances is the shanty-singing duo Drunk & Sailor. The band goes onstage at 5:30 p.m. with their high-energy, interactive show that’s sure to include audience participation.

St. Patrick’s Calendar: The Chieftains and Paddy Moloney play at the EKU Center for the Arts on March 9 at 7:30 pm. The Chieftains have won an Oscar and six Grammys, released 58 albums, performed with everyone from Pavarotti, to the Rolling Stones, to Madonna. They are recognized for bringing traditional Irish music to the world’s attention. The St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival is on March 12 from 11 am - 7 pm in downtown Lexington. The parade starts at 1 pm on Main Street. The festival is at the Cheapside Pavilion and Short Street all day. The 10th annual Shamrock Shuffle 3K starts off on the intersection of Vine Street and Mill Street at 8 am on March 12.The Shamrock Shuffle is locally organized and all proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity.There is a finish line party from 8 am - 9:30 pm at the Cheapside Pavilion. There will also be a costume contest and awards presentation at the Pavilion following the race. The course starts at the intersection of Vine Street and Mill Street and follows a flat course out Vine Street to Midland Avenue. The course turns around at the 1 mile mark on Midland Avenue and continues back into downtown via Main Street. The finish line is at the intersection of Main Street and Upper Street. The course will be closed to traffic. Danú: A St. Patrick’s Celebration at Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, March 15. Danú is a traditional Irish ensemble hailing from County Waterford, Ireland. For two decades, they have performed around the globe using instruments such as flute, tin whistle, fiddle, button accordion, and bouzouki. On Thursday, March 17, the doors open at 11 am and don’t close until 2:30 am at O’Neill’s Annual St. Patrick Day Celebration. Radio 80 takes the main stage, and there will also be door prizes, traditional Irish food, and much more.

Danú, traditional Irish ensemble hailing from County Waterford, Ireland, will be performing Tuesday, March 15 at Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts. On March 17, St. Patrick’s Day Weekend at the Holly Hill Inn features Irish favorites as Chef Ouita’s restaurant visits Ireland for their Around the World in 80 Days Winter Dinner Club. Wear green! The Pub at The Mall hosts a St. Paddy’s celebration on March 17 as well. There will be specials on Jello shots, Guinness, green beer, and Irish whiskey. There will also be Guinness stew, banger dogs, and other Irish cuisine. Liam’s Fancy play live music from 8 - 11 pm. Lynagh’s on 384 Woodland is hosting a St. Patrick’s Celebration on March 17, including Irish food and drink specials, and of course, green beer. St. Patrick’s Weekend at Fort Boonesborough State Park from March 18 - March 20. There will be a shamrock hunt, a camper decoration contest, a treasure hunt, NCAA basketball on the satellite TV, free putt-putt, free historic tours, and more. There is also a continental breakfast on Sunday. For more info, call 859.527.3454.


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For the Irish in you Beef And Guinness pie honor St. Patrick’s Day BY TOM YATES

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ou don’t have to dangle backwards from a parapet of Blarney Castle and kiss the Blarney Stone to feel a wee bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Whether slamming back a few pints with Jameson chasers, donning something green, watching a parade with friends and family, or chowing down on hearty Irish fare, most everyone embraces the revelry and spirit of the day dedicated to the patron saint of Ireland. Some of us might enjoy it a little too much. That said, it’s really all about balance. Eat, drink, and be merry. Do it all separately or do it all together. I’m all in for a combination of the three ... at the same time. Balance. Guinness Beef Pie with Hot Water Crust Pastry Meat pies, in general, are fairly straight foward. Meat + Pastry = Pie. Choose a filling, choose a pastry, and call it a day. Pretty basic. However, under the big umbrella of meat pies, things can get tricky. Which pastry dough works best for which filling? Shortcrust pastry, puff pastry, flaky pastry, rough puff pastry, suet crust pastry, or hot water crust pastry? Then, double crust, or single crust? It’s all subjective and a matter of personal taste. For something as robust as Guinness steak pie, I went very old school with a double crust hot water lard crust pastry. FILLING I seasoned 4 pounds of Marksbury Farm beef short ribs with salt and pepper, dredged them with flour, shook off the excess flour, and set them aside. After heating 3 tablespoons bacon fat to the smoking point in a large Dutch oven, I carefully browned the short ribs in batches until they developed a gorgeous crust, scooped them from the pot, and set them aside. While the pot was still smoking hot, I added 3 tablespoons vegetable oil to the smoky bacon fat. When the two fats melted together, I tumbled 4 sliced carrots, 3 sliced celery ribs, and 1/2 cup chopped onions into the hot oil. Just before the onions started to caramelize, I added 2 tablespoons minced fresh garlic and 2 tablespoons tomato paste. After swirling the tomato paste through the softened vegetables, I let the tomato paste brown before deglazing the pot with two cups Guinness Stout bottled beer. Heads up. When the heady foam settled back into the pot, I added 3 cups beef stock, 2 tablespoons freshly grated horseradish, 1 heaping tablespoon dried shitake mushroom powder, 3 tablespoons dark brown sugar, salt, cracked black pepper, 1 tablespoon dried English mustard, 3 bay leaves, 1 sprig fresh rosemary, and 3 sprigs fresh thyme. I brought the stock to a boil, reduced it to a simmer, tumbled the re-

served browned meat (with juices) into the stock, covered the pot, and slid it into a preheated 350 oven. After 1 1/2 hours, I pulled the stew from the oven, loosened the base with an additional 2 cups beef stock, added 2 cups peeled pearl onions, and returned the stew to the oven. At the 2 1/2 hour mark ( an hour later), I pulled the stew from the oven to rest. When the short ribs were cool enough to handle, I pulled the meat from the bones and sliced it into 1’ pieces. After scooping the vegetables into a side dish, I tossed them with the cooked meat, covered the dish with plastic wrap, and set it aside. I skimmed the glistening visible fat from the surface of the stock, covered it with plastic wrap, and slid it into the refrigerator to chill. When the stock chilled enough for the fat to congeal on the surface, I scraped off the remaining fat and draped the gelatinous sauce over the meat and vegetables.

PASTRY Hot water pastry is an interesting beast. By breaking the keep-everythingwell-chilled rule, it goes against the norm. In doing so, the process creates a strong flaky crust that can withstand the weight of any savory filling. After sifting 3 2/3 cups all purpose flour and 1 teaspoon salt into a large mixing bowl, I made a well in the center of the flour, poured 2 beaten eggs into the well, and feathered the wall of flour over the eggs. Working over a medium high flame, I melted 2/3 cups lard in a small saucepan before adding 6 tablespoons milk and 6 tablespoons water. When the lard/water/milk came to a rolling boil, I carefully poured the hot liquid around the edges of the flour and used a fork to pull the dough together. When it formed a ragged dough, I turned it onto a well floured bread board, kneaded it until the egg strands disappeared into the dough, patted the dough into flattened disc,wrapped it in plastic wrap, and slid it into the refrigerator for 30 minutes to chill. I divided the dough with a bench scraper and rolled the bottom crust into a jagged 16” x 1/4” circle, rolled the dough onto the rolling pin, and unrolled it over a 8” spring form pan, leaving a slight overhang. After pinching the dough into the base of the pan, I pushed the dough up the sides, smoothed the creases, patched a few tears, set it aside, and rolled out the remaining dough for the top. I mixed the room temperature filling with the sauce, spooned the mixture into the pastry case, sprinkled fresh parsley over the filling, brushed the exposed pastry with a beaten egg wash, and carefully rolled the top crust over the pan. After trimming the edges, I brushed the top of the pie with the egg wash, crimped the edges to form a tight seal, sliced three vents to allow the steam escape, and shoved the massive pie into a pre-heated 390 degree oven. After 45 minutes, I pulled the pie from the oven, released the spring form pan, brushed the sides of the crust with egg wash, and returned the pie to the oven for an additional 25 minutes to brown before pulling it from the oven to rest. When cooled, I scattered snipped chives over the top of the pie and sliced it into oversized hearty thick wedges. It was not my grandmother’s dainty beef pot pie. Deep and complex, the tender meat and sweetened root vegetables melted into the rich mahogany sauce. Although still very present, the Guinness stout relaxed its bitter edge from the long cook. While the brown sugar enhanced the inherent chocolaty roasted sweetness of the beer, it also tempered the hoppy assertiveness. Eat your beer. One bite at a time.


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HOME AND GARDEN Home and Garden Happenings in 2016 BGT DETOURS: LEXINGTON COUNTRY CLUB March 2

Join BGT deTours on Wednesday, March 2 at 5:30 pm to explore the Lexington Country Club on 2550 Paris Pike. Tour is free and open to the public. The BGT deTours program is designed to provide tours of places you might not normally get to see, helping people interact with and learn about sites that make the Bluegrass special. The are always the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm (with the exception of holidays, weather and outof-county locations).

KENTUCKY CRAFTED: THE MARKET

March 4-6

Lexington Convention Center / Heritage Hall Saturday, March 5: 9 am - 7 pm Sunday, March 6: 10 am - 5 pm A convergence of high quality art, craft, literature, music, film, and food. This state-sponsored show showcases traditional and contemporary fine art and craft, and features more than 200 exhibits of fine art, crafts, books, and specialty food products. In addition, there are two full days of musical performances. The Kentucky Crafted Market was chosen as the #1 Fair & Festival by readers of AmericanStyle Magazine four years in a row. It has been named a Top 10 Event by the Kentucky Tourism Council and a Top 20 Event by the Southeastern Tourism Society. Ample parking is available in the High Street and Manchester Street lots for the event.

THE BLUE GRASS TRUST 2016 ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW March 4-6 Kentucky Horse Park Friday, March 4: 10 am - 5 pm Saturday, March 5: 10 am - 5 pm Sunday, March 6: 12 pm - 5 pm

More than eighty exhibits dealing with designer and garden vignettes, antiques and art, gardens and flowers, vintage silver, jewelry, and more. Special daily features include daily complimentary lunches, an a la carte cafe, a silent auction, bar service and a Kentucky treasures exhibit. Keynote speaker on Friday, March 4 is writer Julia Reed, regular contributor to the New York Times Book Review and Southern Accents. Reed also regularly appears

on CNN and MSNBC and is the author of four books. Shop the Show with Interior Designer Roger Kirkpatrick is on Saturday, March 5 at 9 am. Gala Preview Party is from 6 - 9 pm on Saturday.

MASTER COMMUNITY GARDENER TRAINING The Plantory

The 2016 Master Community Gardener Training is a 10-week training session running every Wednesday from now through April 20 at 6 pm. It covers a lot of the why and how of gardening and composting in the community

THINK SPRING WINTER GARDENING WORKSHOP

March 5 Woodford County Extension Office, Versailles This gardening workshop presented by the Woodford County Master Gardeners focuses on creating colorful flower gardens using native plants. The featured speaker is John Michler, owner of Michler’s on Maxwell.

THE CENTRAL KENTUCKY HOME AND GARDEN SHOW

April 1-3 The Lexington Center / Heritage Hall Find everything for your home and garden at the 41st annual Central Kentucky Home and Garden Show, including: gardens; landscapes and water features; home and garden professionals; kitchen and bath trends; local contracts and remodelers; flooring and window treatments; outdoor living, pools, and spas. There will also be an art, gift and gourmet center including KY Proud Products and interactive kids activities.

ANNUAL PLANT AUCTION

April 9 Fayette County Extension Office on Red Mile Road The Kentucky Christmas Tree Association’s 12th Annual Plant Auction will be held 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Saturday, April 9, 2016, at the Fayette County Extension Office front parking lot, 1140 Red Mile Place, Lexington, Kentucky. A variety of annuals, perennials, balled and burlapped trees and shrubs will be for sale. A portion of the proceeds will be used to provide one or more scholarships for students majoring in Forestry or related sciences in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment at the University of Kentucky. For further informa-

tion call 859 223-1140.

PARTY FOR THE PLANET April 30 The Arboretum

Celebrating 25 years of Arbor Day, The Arboretum hosts Party for the Planet at 10 am on Saturday, April 23. The event starts with the proclamation of Arbor Day and continues through noon with special events and exhibitions.

GALA AT APIARY May 21

Art in Bloom Weekend includes Gala at Apiary on Saturday, May 21 at 7 pm. This year, Jon Carloftis and Dale Fisher will be honored at the gala. Join in celebration of these beloved Lexingtonians known for their fine gardens throughout the Bluegrass and beyond.

OPEN GATES TO BLUEGRASS LIVING GARDEN TOUR June

This biennial garden tour features 9 diverse backyard gardens in the Lexington area. Tickets are available at several area nurseries and garden centers beginning this Spring, at all garden sites on the days of the tour, and from individual garden club members. The tour takes place rain or shine. More info can be found on the home page of lexgardenclubs.org or by calling 859.266.2020. This is an opportunity to enjoy several of the best-designed gardens that Lexington has to offer. In addition, proceeds fund civic beautification grants and scholarships.

BLUEGRASS PRIDE RAIN BARREL AUCTION June Cheapside Park

Painted by local artists, the decorative rain barrels provide art for your garden and serve as a reminder of the importance of proper stormwater management and are seen by thousands, both in person and online. Website visitors can cast a vote for their favorite barrel and learn more about stormwater pollution. Once voting is completed, the artist who receives the most votes wins the Earth Artist Award. Bluegrass PRIDE is an environmental nonprofit organization that offers resources and educational information to foster positive environmental change in communities. Founded in 2001, PRIDE provides outreach to schools, community groups, businesses, local governments, and citizens in Central Kentucky.

2016 HBA GRAND TOUR OF HOMES July

The Grand Tour of Homes is a self-guided scattered site event featuring new homes built by local professional builders. You may visit as many or as few of the homes as you like during the tour dates. Builders and/or marketing representatives will be at each property to answer questions and tell you about their projects. In 2015, 30 homes were showcased, with prices ranging from $170,000 to $1.2 million. The 2015 Grand Tour Winners in the highest category were Jimmy Nash Homes’ “The Carolina” on 2517 Cayman Heights and Justice Builders’ “The Sawyer” on 1813 Browning Trace..

2016 HBA TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES August

The Tour of Remodeled Homes is your chance to gather ideas and view the workmanship of HBA Professional Remodelers. Homeowners throughout Lexington open their doors to showcase professionally remodeled homes, including whole-house remodels, bathroom design, kitchen transformations, outdoor living, and more. Homes included on the Tour reflect a variety of design and architectural styles. The Remodeler of each home will be present at the location to answer any questions.

LEXINGTON FALL HOME DESIGN & REMODELING SHOW September Lexington Convention Center

The Lexington Fall Home Design & Remodeling Show is designed to place homeowners in direct contact with quality home improvement, interior decor, landscaping, and outdoor living companies. The show attracts homeowners ready to make decisions about building, remodeling, decorating, landscaping, and lifestyle.

NINTH ANNUAL RAIN GARDEN TOUR

September Meadowthorpe Community Center Learn about how the Meadowthorpe neighborhood received a Stormwater Quality Incentive Grant from the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government to install multiple rain gardens throughout the Meadowthorpe neighborhood. Tour several residential rain gardens on an optional walking tour. Speakers, booths, and refreshments are offered at the Meadowthorpe Community Center throughout the day.

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Finding new uses for recycled lumber has made Longwood Antique Woods’ George Gatewood a

‘Poplar’ Fellow

BY KIM THOMAS

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ong ago on these hallowed hills, thoroughbreds were bred and born in the many barns that stood on the property of John Madden’s Hamburg Place. Imagine making your next mint julep on a bar made from restored wood from one of the barns where five Kentucky Derby and Belmont winners were bred. For those who are looking to add a touch of the Bluegrass to your home, George Gatewood has just the lumber you need. He prefers to allow the legends to live on by salvaging and repurposing. George Gatewood, who grew up in Mount Sterling, has come a long way since the days he built his first tree house out of barn wood, followed by the bar he built in college out of reclaimed wood. He owns and operates Longwood Antique Woods, a wildly popular salvage company that began offering ‘green’ wood in 1991. He and his team create incredible flooring as well as beams, mantels, doors and furniture — even a log cabin if you so desire — all made from repurposed wood from historic buildings slated for demolition. Gatewood first sold wood to a company in New England, but ultimately decided to keep the wood local and mill the materials in Lexington, at his warehouses on Midland and Delaware avenues. His finished flooring and wall treatments serve as tributes to the legendary horses who made Madden’s Hamburg Place famous. In fact, during the development of Hamburg, he disassembled many barns that stood on the property. Longwood Antique Woods currently has wood for sale that was taken from a barn that stood on the Costco property, he tells me. He is an affable fellow who puts you at ease right away. “I’ve been in the business for 23 years, and I was country when country wasn’t cool.” Gatewood is quick to let you know, if you are quick enough to chase this busy fellow down to chat for a few minutes. His showroom is located on Midland Avenue, and there you can find wood for flooring, wall décor and more. Much of the material has been recycled from old barns in the

area, some even from Churchill Downs in Louisville. His customers include builders and remodelers, businesses, and homeowners. Once we connected, after a few rounds of phone tag, he was as neighborly and generous as Kentucky itself. He had just returned from a terrific trade show in Nashville, Tenn. where he “very much enjoyed the music, displaying my wares, and a maybe more than a little beer as well.” He enjoys the feedback from the folks who attend the home and garden shows. Longwood Antique Woods on Midland Avenue showcases reclaimed wood from historic buildings, such as the original farmland in our community. He tells us, “When Hamburg was being developed, I took apart at least 15 barns on that property over the years that project was being completed. Even today, we have reclaimed wood from a barn which stood on the Costco property.”

ABOVE: George Gatewood of Longwood Antique Woods hangs out with his dog Huckleberry on the porch. Gatewood says repurposing old barn wood is commitment to the past and to the future. BELOW: Longwood Antique Woods has provided the wood for a diverse array of local and regional businesses.


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“When Hamburg was being developed, I took apart at least 15 barns on that property over the years that project was being completed. Even today, we have reclaimed wood from a barn which stood on the Costco property.” Also available at Longwood is material from Churchill Downs. “When Churchill had to clear two barns out of the way to install the JumboTron, I worked with the contractor, bought and removed the wood, then put it through the process of reclaiming.” He considers the best wood for flooring purposes to be oak, heart pine, chestnut, and poplar. “Wood such as hemlock or wood that has weathered too much finds new life as wall-boarding in restaurants such as Pies and Pints and Crank & Boom, and in Dudley’s downtown location, where the treatment was made using wood recovered from an historic Midway Farm — we installed the flooring at Tony’ s (restaurant in downtown Lexington) as well.” They’ve also provided the wood for multiple Goodfellas locations, including the upcoming “Goodfellas Distillery” which is slated to open in Lexington’s Distillery District in the fall. Gatewood has been commissioned by Maker’s Mark as well as Jim Beam distilleries to create conference tables and other items from antique recovered wood. Gatewood’s crew includes a full-time staff of de-nailers, woodworkers, and master craftsmen. He has been recognized in Garden & Gun, Country Living, Keeneland Magazine and numerous other publications. He looks forward to showing his work at the Kentucky Horse Park for the Rolex 3-Day Event as well as hosting an exhibit at the Blue Grass Historic Trust Antique & Garden Show in March. Antique and reclaimed wood is the original ‘green’ way of home improvement. The Blue Grass Trust Antique and Garden Show is March 4 though March 6.

Longwood’ s Legacy Longwood Antique Woods’ George Gatewood has been in the business of reclaiming and recycling old wood for 23 years and has supplied countless material solutions for floors, doors, bars, beams, furniture art, and much more. The antique wood in their collections is salvaged from historic barns, warehouses, and cabins slated for destruction throughout the Bluegrass of Kentucky. “Our mission is to supply a green product with a unique history; whether it is from the barn of highly recognized War Admiral or rural farmer Papa Shepard. These products add to the architect ’s ‘green’ ratings and the end user’s sense of environmental responsibility, all within an historical context without harvesting a single tree. The wood is meticulously saved by their team of craftsmen, restored and reused rather than being lost forever,” Gatewood said. For the people behind Longwood, bringing life back to the wood is much more than a simple job. “Longwood Antique Woods consists of a dedicated team of historical craftsmen motivated by the dual purpose of conserving environmental resources and preserving American architectural history. The team at Longwood is committed to their role as caretakers of early American architecture. They meticulously disassemble buildings slated for destruction, and recycle the antique wood to produce a unique range of products and historic collections. Each building’s past is researched with respect and appreciation for its historic and aesthetic importance. The salvaged wood is then restored, rather than being lost forever,” Gatewood said.

Longwood Antique Woods currently has wood for sale that was taken from a barn that stood on the Costco property. The table pictured was built of used wood from the Costco property.

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TUESDAY MAR 1 Best-selling author Catherynne M. Valente discusses and signs THE GIRL WHO RACED FAIRYLAND ALL THE WAY HOME at 7 pm. Fairyland is coming to Joseph-Beth as Valente visits to celebrate the fifth and final book in the fairyland series. Bring your well-traveled bike to join the Velocipede Migration; dress as your favorite denizen of Fairyland in the costume contest; quest for the Fairyland’ s Crown in the in-store scavenger hunt, and craft a tale of fairyland in the fan-fiction contest.

SATURDAY MAR 5 DISNEY’ S MULAN JR., 2 pm, Lexington Children’ s Theatre (through Sunday) Music and lyrics by Matthew Wilder, David Zippel, Stephen Schwartz, Jeanine Tesori and Alexa Junge. Music adapted and arranged and additional music and lyrics by Bryan Louiselle. Book adapted and additional lyrics by Patricia Cotter. Based on the 1998 Disney film Mulan and the story Fa Mulan by Robert D. San Souci.

SUNDAY MAR 6 FAMILY DAY: Double Trouble (if you’ re a twin, you can participate in the photography session), noon, University of Kentucky Art Museum.

THURSDAY MAR 10 Disney On Ice presents Treasure Trove, 7 pm, Rupp Arena (through Sunday). Get tangled up in Disney’s 50th animated feature with Rapunzel and Flynn and enter the worlds of your other favorite Disney princesses –Tiana, Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Mulan and of

Programs for kids and parents begin as new Eastside Library branch opens Storytimes begin March 16 at the Lexington Public Library’s new Eastside Branch at the corner of Man O War and Palumbo JUMP BABY JUMP MONDAYS • 10:30 am and 11 am BABY JAM TUESDAYS • 10:15 am and 11 am

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME THURSDAYS • 11 am BABY JAM FRIDAYS • 10:15 am and 11 am

TUESDAY MAR 15 EASTSIDE PUBLIC LIBRARY GRAND OPENING: ribbon cutting, kids’ events, workshops, yoga and tai chi, live music, and an all-day Friends Book Sale, 10 am, 3000 Blake James Drive. Speakers and

DANCE SCAPA, 8 pm, Lexington Opera House. This show begins with a lecture demonstration of dance forms and quickly flows into choreography created with the core curriculum guidelines in mind. The goal is to help every student develop an understanding and appreciation for the art of dance. Tap, ballet, modern and jazz are just of a few of the styles performed by the students. Question and answer session available after each performance.

SATURDAY MAR 19

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME WEDNESDAYS • 11 AM

course, the one who started it all - Snow White • Set sail with Peter Pan, the always sassy Tinker Bell and the cantankerous Captain Hook and his pirate pals on an adventure beyond Never Land • Trek the wilds of Africa with Simba, Nala, Pumbaa and Timon as they discover the true meaning of the ‘Circle of Life.’ Don’ t be late to a very important date with Alice and the Mad Hatter as they march with the Queen of Hearts’ Army Of Cards.

FRIDAY MAR 18

ribbon cutting at 10 am. Q&A with Pearson & Peters Architects Plc; KPC Architectural Products, Inc., BEX Construction at 11 am. Mosaic workshops at 10:30 am and 1 pm. Wooden pen workshop at 4 pm. Grand opening of family storytime in the children’s wing at 11:30 am. Creative movement storytime by Katie Scherrer at 1 pm and 2 pm. Cambo the Clown (juggling, balloon animals, clown magic) at 1 pm. Newton’ s Attic Robots at 3 pm: operate a remote-controlled robot through obstacles, ramps, tunnels, and bridges to win a small prize. Dixie Land South Band play live in the adult wing at 2 pm. LOVE Viola Group play at 5:30 pm. Jazz at 7 pm. There will be a Friends of the Library book sale all day on the second floor.

KIDS: Mommy Goose: Rhymes from the Mountains, 11 am, Joseph-Beth. Local author Mike Norris is coming to Joseph-Beth for a special guest story time. Come during the regular Saturday time, and have an opportunity for Mike to sign and personalize his book of rhymes: Mommy Goose. Featuring the carvings from nationally famous artist Minnie Adkins, Mommy Goose is a localized version of all the rhymes we remember from our childhood. Come to story time, and kick back with classic rhymes with Kentucky flavor. DANCE: Dance SCAPA, 2 pm and 8 pm, Lexington Opera House KIDS Easter Egg Hunt, 1 pm, Buffalo Trace. An egg-citing event for children and parents search for thousands of treat-filled eggs plus enjoy refreshments and pictures with the Easter Bunny. KIDS: Hippity Hoppity Hunt (campers only), 11 am, Kentucky Horse Park Campground. The fourth-annual Hippity Hop Hun includes an egg hunt, the Easter Bunny, and other fun activities scheduled to help ring in the new campings season. Activities start at 11 am and are subject to change.


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Reggio-Inspired Early Education with Teeny-Tiny Class Sizes

Summer camp & preSchool Enrolling for August 2016

Flexible schedules available

Ages 1-5

235 Walton Avenue

OPHLexington.com

June 6 - August 5 Camps available for ages 2-14

ENROLL NOW SUMMER SAFARI is an all-day camp for ages 2-11 featuring weekly themed activities, field trips and guest speakers. DISCOVERY CAMPS are weekly morning or afternoon specialty camps providing an in-depth focus on engaging subjects. ATHLETIC CAMPS are weekly sessions developing skills while teaching the values of teamwork and sportsmanship.

(859) 254-1361 • www.sayreschool.org Sayre School admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.


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H E A LT H & W E L L N E S S MARCH 1

BREASTFEEDING ESSENTIALS II CLASS, 7:15-8:45 pm, Baby Moon, 2891 Richmond Rd. Follow-up to Breastfeeding Essentials I class focusing on pumping and returning to work.

MARCH 5

“TRANSITIONS: BRINGING HOME A BABY” class, 3–5 pm, Baby Moon, 2891 Richmond Rd., Lexington.

MARCH 8

Diabetes Self-Management at Beaumont Public Library in Small Conference Room at 5 pm. The Diabetes Self Management Program (DSMP) is a peer-led workshop for individuals with a Type II diabetes diagnosis. DSMP workshops are designed to help individuals gain self-confidence in their ability to control their symptoms and learn how their health problems affect their lives. Small-group, highly interactive workshops are six (6) weeks long, meeting once per week, and are facilitated by a pair of leaders of which one or both are individuals with Type II diabetes. To register, please call Lydia Jacobs at The Bluegrass Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living at 859-269-8021. Registration recommended.

MARCH 10 LEGAL AND FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE, 5 pm, Beaumont Public Library Large Conference Room. This Alzheimer’s Association program will give valuable information to families and individuals dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia about how to plan for legal and financial needs. Lexington attorney Robert McClelland will address issues such as power of attorney, guardianship, and handling the finances and property of a person with dementia. A light dinner will be provided by Bridgepointe at Ashgrove Woods free of charge. Call 1-800-272-3900 to register. Registration required.

MARCH 14

BEING YOUR HEALTHIEST!, 6 pm, Northside Public Library. Join us for a healthy living class taught by diabetes educators. Free and open to anyone who wants to prevent diabetes, including family or friends. Call 859-2882446 to register.

MARCH 19

KENTUCKYONE HEALTH DIABETES AND NUTRITION EXPO at Keeneland Health Education Center, Building D, 4th floor at 9 am. If you are living with diabetes or may be at risk for developing diabetes, you are invited to attend the first annual Diabetes and Nutrition Expo. Vendor/Exhibit Booths Educational sessions with experts on diabetes • Bradford Fine, DPM, Podiatry Medicine • Chih Chang, MD, Endocrinologist, Lexington Clinic • Cindy Ashford, Exercise Specialist, KentuckyOne Health at the YMCA • Janelle Schnake, RD, KentuckyOne Health Diabetes and Nutrition Care Cooking Demonstration Join TV personality and fresh produce advocate Chef Curtis Aikens, best known as host of The Food Network’s “Pick of the Day” cooking show, and a Novo Nordisk Diabetes Educator when they visit for a healthy cooking demonstration and educational workshop. Giveaways and Prizes • Free Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Blood Sugar and Foot Screenings

MARCH 20

THE GREAT DIABETES EPIDEMIC, 2 pm, Northside Public Library Large Conference Room. Learn why diabetes is an epidemic in Kentucky and why you may be part of the epidemic! Do you know that 14 percent of Kentuckians have diabetes, and that over 1/4th of those do not realize they have it? Learn why Diabetes is the major cause of blindness, lower limb amputations and kidney diseases in our state at a costs of billions of dollars, annually. Dr. Gilbert Friedell, Director Emeritus of the Markey Cancer Center will tell you about diabetes, how to determine if you have pre-diabetes and how to prevent it from developing into the later stages of diabetes.

MARCH 17

IRREGULAR HEARTBEATS

Everything You Need to Know March 17 - 6 pm

Beaumont Public Library Large Conference Room An irregular heartbeat is an arrhythmia (also called dysrhythmia). An arrhythmia is an abnormal or disturbed heartbeat or rhythm that can cause patients to feel unsettled. Many patients can find relief with newer medicines that solve their problem by keeping their arrhythmia in check. However, some patients may need a minimally invasive procedure. Please join Dr. Yousef Darrat, cardiologist specializing in heart rhythm disorders at the UK Gill Heart Institute, as he discusses the latest treatment option for abnormal heart rhythms. Registration recommended. To schedule an appointment to see a physician at the Gill Heart Institute, call 859-323-0295. ADVERTORIAL

SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.: KentuckyOne Diabetes and Nutrition Expo, Keeneland Health Education Center, 1451 Harrodsburg Road, Building D, 4th Floor, Lexington. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.: Eastern Kentucky University health fair, Powell Building, Richmond

UPCOMING HEALTH FLU SEASON FAIRS ACROSS KENTUCKY SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1:30-5 p.m.: St. Paul AME Church Fashion Show/Health Fair, SP Rawlings Conference Center, 866 Georgetown St., Lexington. The public is invited to attend.

Kentucky is experiencing “ widespread influenza,” the highest prevalence of flu, according to the Center for Disease Control With spring break just around the corner, here are a few things to keep in mind.

• Flu viruses are highly contagious. They can live on hard surfaces for up to eight hours. Most healthy adults with the flu may be able to infect others beginning one day before symptoms develop and 5-7 days after becoming sick. • Know the symptoms of the flu so you can quickly take action if you think you have it • Typical flu symptoms are: the sudden onset of high fever (100ºF+), chills, aches and extreme fatigue. • There is a second line of defense if you‘re not protected by the vaccine. If you act fast (within two days of having symptoms), a doctor can prescribe an antiviral, which can shorten the length of time that you are sick by attacking the flu virus at its source.


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SENIOR EVENTS MARCH 10

ALZHEIMERS LEGAL AND FINANCIAL PLANNING If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, there’s a March workshop for anyone who would like to know more about what legal and financial issues to consider and how to put plans in place. Guest speaker will be attorney Robert McClelland. Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association. The program will be held on Thursday, March 10, from 5-6:30 pm at the Lexington Public Library, Beaumont Branch located at 3080 Fieldstone Way. A light dinner will be provided free of charge by Bridgepointe at Ashgrove Woods. Registration is required. Please contact 1-800-272-3900.

MARCH 10

Bluegrass Regional Grandparents raising Grandchildren conference, Clarion Hotel on Newtown Pike. Advance Registration required: 859.257.5582. Sessions will include Tax Benefits for Grandparents Raising Children and How to Take Care of the Caregiver.

MARCH 23

TAX HELP FOR SENIORS. AARP will offer one-on-one tax help at the Northside branch of the Lexington Public Library on March 23 at 9:30 am.

SUNDAY APRIL 3

The I KNOW EXPO is a free event, noon to 5 pm, at the Bluegrass Ballroom in the Lexington Center. The expo is for people of all ages and life stages: living out their golden years; taking care of someone they love; coping with difficult health situations or simply smart enough to know it’s never too early to start planning for the future. Scores of experts who know about aging well and coping with disabilities will be on hand to share what they know. Chat with them one-on-one or attend informative presentations on everything from housing, healthcare and insurance, to legal and financial planning, to living well and staying active and learn what is available and accessible to you here in the community we live in.

THURSDAY APRIL 7

Join the University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Foundation on Thursday April 7, 2016 at the annual dinner. Proceeds from the event will support Alzheimer’s disease research, education and clinical programs at the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging. This year, the Foundation welcomes Capt. Jim Lovell as the keynote speaker and special guest. Capt. Lovell is a great American hero, most famous for his role in the American space age with his calm and careful command of Apollo 13. Lovell stoically articulated the five-word message “Houston, we have a problem” which quickly became a part of the American lexicon. Capt. Lovell’s inspirational story is a testament to the essential elements of heroism: a courageous spirit, quick and well-reasoned thinking, meticulous attention to every detail, and the spirit of teamwork that guided him and his crew safely back to Earth. Hear from the hero himself and help us eliminate the problem of Alzheimer’s disease.

Jim Lovell, captain of the Apollo 13 lunar mission, will be the special guest speaker at the University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Foundation dinner April. Proceeds from the event will support Alzheimer’s disease research, education and clinical programs at the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.

L I V E THE L I F E Y O U L O V E There’s never been a better way. Magnolia Springs represents a place to celebrate life with purpose. Everything we do is a celebration of you and your contribution to this community. From the smile and hug that greets you at the door to the CelebrateLIFE program and fierce dedication to preserving your personal freedom and independence. We invite you to experience the Magnolia Springs Way. It’s your way.

Lock your rate FOR LIFE! Tour today!

Call 859.629.1090

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Annual expo spotlighting senior services returns to Lexington Center

I Know and so can you BY KIM THOMAS

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t has been estimated 60,000 members of the baby boomer generation turn 60 every day in the U.S. That creates a large group of seniors who are enjoying their golden years but who also might be struggling with the health and medical and financial challenges that often accompany aging. An estimated 70,000 plus baby boomers live in Fayette County and are preparing to deal with what aging successfully will mean to them and to their parents. The Sandwich Generation is often caught in between caring for elders and raising children simultaneously. The “I Know Expo” was created to address issues like these in a one-stopshopping format, in the form of a one-day expo. This year’s event will be held April 3 in the Bluegrass Ballroom in the Lexington Center. The answer to many problems and adjustments encountered by seniors and the ones who love them will be addressed by the exposition’ s exhibitors and speakers. The good news is that the (free admission) I Know Expo can help folks young and old plan for the future with more confidence. Many older people are becoming more forgetful and fear accompanies that — fear of losing their keys or their memory or their car or driving privileges — fear that can be paralyzing in some cases. Fear doesn’t have to be a part of the aging process, but careful planning does, and there are resources available to help. The expo will showcase products such as health solutions, financial services, personal care services including homemaking, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, skilled nursing and home health aid services, health education and counseling services and many more related products and services, etc., in the medical and pharmaceutical, business services industries. The expo’ s mission is to arm you with what you need to know to plan for the future: care for someone you love, live with disabilities, age with joy and grace. This expo is the brainchild of Gale Reece, founder, who says it all started with transportation issues. “The I Know Expo grew out of ITNBluegrass Independent Transportation Network — dignified transportation for seniors. In 2006, I began the effort to start the local affiliate of the national private non-profit for senior transportation. “Today ITNBluegrass is the fourth oldest active affiliate in the country. We passed the 40,000 ride mark in 6.5 years of matching volunteers and our senior members

for rides in Fayette County. The paid and volunteer drivers use their own private cars to transport those 60 plus and visually impaired adults who are members of the organization,

“This is why we hold it on Sunday afternoons — for those working folks to come out and get more information in a few hours than they could in hours on the phone and/ or Internet. The first expo was April of 2013.

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HJ 2015 File Photo

Kentucky Health Solutions was one of the many exhibitors which participated in the 2015 I Know Expo in Lexington. The expo, which offers information about services targeting older Lexington residents and their caregivers, continues to grow each year.

Members pay a modest annual fee. “We successfully had Kentucky legislation changed to allow drivers to use their own insurance when driving seniors for a non-profit.” Through the years, Reece began to notice requests for additional information about senior services from the families of members to ride coordinators and the executive director. Accordingly, Reece devised the idea of a one day, one place expo for information and services in the community “Our target audience is adult children of frail elders (generally working women between 45 to 70), those caring for loved ones with disabilities and all in my Boomer generation (72,000 in Fayette County), who should be preparing for our own aging situations,” she said. Accommodating such a large and growing population is a challenge. Reece points out,

In the first two years, the expo had 7501,000 people through the doors, 60-80 exhibitors and more than 20 speakers on everything from legal, financial, Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, caregiving, care for the caregiver, aging in place, home adaptations,, etc. Reece emphasizes in addition to the annual expo, there are also Sunday sessions. “Four times per year, at the Lexington Seniors Center, we present one of the topics of interest in the aging/disability area,” she said, The expo’ s sponsors and partners have been an integral part of the organization’s growing popularity. “From the first planning in 2012, Fayette County’ s major senior organizations joined us in the effort. Sanders Brown Center for Aging at the University of Kentucky, the Mayor’ s Commission for Citizens with Disabilities (and the aging department), the

Many of the city’s finest medical professionals offered information about growing older during the 2015 “I Know Expo.” The event was created to address issues in a one-stop-shopping format. This year’s event will be held April 3 in the Bluegrass Ballroom in the Lexington Center. There is no cost for admission and events are free. Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living (state and federal programs) joined ITNBlugrass in putting this event together. AARP has been a major sponsor from the beginning. Last year, UKHealthCare was a presenting sponsor. Our goal from the beginning is to reach citizens not already plugged into Social Services and confused about what is available for aging well and living with disabilities or as a caregiver. ”The I Know Expo” is a free event, noon to 5 pm, at the Bluegrass Ballroom in the Lexington Center. The expo is for people of all ages and life stages: living out their golden years; taking care of someone they love; coping with difficult health situations or simply smart enough to know it’s never too early to start planning for the future. Scores of experts who know about aging well and coping with disabilities will be on hand to share what they know. Chat with them oneon-one or attend informative presentations on everything from housing, healthcare and insurance, to legal and financial planning, to living well and staying active and learn what is available and accessible to you here in the community we live in.


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

TUESDAY MAR 1

ART: OPENING DAY OF “DIRT POETS: CONCEPTUAL CLAY,” Noon, Transy’s Morlan Gallery (exhibition through March 30) READ:Best Selling Author Catherynne M. Valente, 7 pm, Joseph-Beth

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WEDNESDAY MAR 2

EAT: PARIS WITH CHEF JEREMY (CHEW DINNER SERIES), 6 pm, NextGen Aviation (4144 Aviator Rd #100) H&G BGT DETOURS: Lexington Country Club, 5:30 pm RED BARN RADIO: Michael and Carrie, 8 pm, ArtsPlace

THURSDAY MAR 3

CONCERT: TROUBADOUR SERIES: DWIGHT YOAKAM, 7:30 pm, Lexington Opera House COMEDY: BRIAN REGAN, 7:30 pm, UK Singletary Center FILM: ONE WORLD FILM FESTIVAL: POVERTY, INC., 7 pm, Kentucky Theatre READ: MARY KNIGHT AND NATALIE LLOYD, 7 pm, Joseph-Beth COMEDY: BRENT MORIN, 7:15 pm, Comedy Off Broadway (through Saturday) FILM: CULT FILM SERIES: BATMAN, 8 pm, Al’s Bar DRINK: CINCINNATI INTERNATIONAL WINE FESTIVAL (through Saturday)

FRIDAY MAR 4

ART: KENTUCKY CRAFTED: THE MARKET, 10 am - 8 pm, Lexington Convention Center (through Sunday)

MUSIC: KAREN SLACK AND CLIFF JACKSON, 8 pm, Blue Grass Trust Mansion

THEATRE: THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, 8 pm, Centre College’s Norton Center

H&G BLUE GRASS TRUST ANTIQUES AND GARDEN SHOW, 10 am, Kentucky Horse Park (through Sunday)

MUSIC CKYO: March Concert, 3 pm, Transy’s Haggin Auditorium

DRINK: KENTUCKY ALE PUB CRAWL FOR LEXINGTON HUMANE SOCIETY, 7 pm, SkyBar

SATURDAY MAR 5

THEATRE: FLASHDANCE THE MUSICAL, 8 pm, Lexington Opera House

CONCERT: HOUNDMOUTH, 9 pm, Manchester Music Hall

MUSIC: POULENC ORGAN CONCERTO WITH LEXINGTON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, 7:30 pm, Tates Creek Presbyterian ART: ARTIST: BODY YOGA WITH LULULEMON, Loudoun House KIDS: DISNEY’S MULAN JR., 2 pm, Lexington Children’s Theatre (through Sunday) FILM: ONE WORLD: JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI, 10 am, Kentucky Theatre BALL: UK VS LSU, 2 pm, Rupp Arena


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

LEXINGTON COMIC AND TOY CONVENTION

This year’s Lexington Comic and Toy Convention will feature some outstanding talent from the world of entertainment including (from left) Karan Gillan, Walton Goggins, Brent Spiner and Henry Winkler. The event will be held March 11-13 at Heritage Hall in the Lexington Convention Center. EVENT: KENTUCKY JAPANESE SPEECH CONTEST, 9 am - 5 pm, Farish Theater

SPEAK: BLUEGRASS BLACK PRIDE FORUM AND PANEL DISCUSSION, 2 pm, Farish Theatre

SUNDAY MAR 6

ART: FAMILY DAY: DOUBLE TROUBLE (if you’re a twin, you can even participate in the photography session), noon, UK Art Museum

MUSIC: ALLTECH VOCAL SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION, 2 pm, UK Singletary Center ART KENTUCKY CRAFTED: THE MARKET, 10 am - 5 pm, Lexington Convention Center ART: GLORIES OF THE GARDEN ARTIST RECEPTION, 2 pm, Arboretum

MONDAY MAR 7

WOODSONGS: ALISON BROWN, FRANK SOLIVAN, ROB ICKES AND TREY HENSLEY, 7 pm, Lyric Theatre

TUESDAY MAR 8

READ: THE BIRDS OF OPULENCE: A

JOAN BAEZ

BOOK RELEASE PARTY FOR CRYSTAL WILKINSON, 7 pm, Wild Fig Books & Coffee MUSIC: WESTBROOK TRIO CD RELEASE PARTY, 5 pm, Farish Theatre READ: V.E. SCHWAB, GWENDA BOND, AND JULIE KAGAWA, 7 pm, Joseph-Beth

WEDNESDAY MAR 9

ART: VISITING ARTIST SERIES: JAMES BRASHEAR, Noon, UK Art and Visual Studies Building (through Thurs) CONCERT: THE CHIEFTAINS, WITH PADDY MOLONEY AND SPECIAL GUESTS, 7:30 pm, EKU Center for the Arts FILM BLUEGRASS EARTH PRESENTS THE MESSENGER, 7 pm, Farish Theatre READ: THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE WHEEL BY R.S. BELCHER, 7 pm, Joseph-Beth

KIDS: DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS TREASURE TROVE, 7 pm, Rupp Arena (through Sunday) COMEDY: CLAYTON ENGLISH, 7:15 pm, Comedy Off Broadway (through Sunday) MUSIC: JAZZ LIVE AT THE LIBRARY, 7 pm, Farish Theatre

FRIDAY MAR 11

CONCERT: GRYPHON TRIO, 8 pm, Centre College’s Norton Center

SATURDAY MAR 12

FEST: ST. PATRICK’S PARADE & FESTIVAL, 11 am - 7 pm, downtown CONCERT: AN EVENING WITH JOAN BAEZ, 7:30 pm, Lexington Opera House RUN: LEXINGTON HABITAT’S SHAMROCK SHUFFLE 3K, 8 am, downtown

RED BARN RADIO Travis Harris and the West Coast Turnarounds, 8 pm, ArtsPlace

EAT: FRESH FOOD ADVENTURE: BOURBON DINNER, 6:30 pm, Shaker Village

THURSDAY MAR 10

BIKE Tweed Rid 2016, 4 pm, Courthouse Square

THEATRE STUDIO PLAYERS: CLYBOURNE PARK, 8 pm, Carriage House, Bell Court (through Sunday) READ PATRICIA BRIGGS AND ANNE BISHOP, 7 pm, Joseph-Beth MUSIC: VIDEO GAMES LIVE, 7:30 pm, EKU Center for the Arts

SUNDAY MAR 13

EVENT: LEXINGTON COMICCON WRAPS UP TODAY, 10 am - 4 pm, Lexington Convention Center ‘


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS MUSIC: DR. EVERETT MCCORVEY PRESENTS ANGELA RICE’S THY WILL BE DONE: AN EASTER ORATORIO, 4 pm, UK Singletary Center

OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW

SUNDAY MAR 27

MUSIC: SUNDAY SESSIONS: VANDAVEER, 7 pm, Downtown Arts Center

BALL: NCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL REGIONAL FINALS, 1 pm, Rupp Arena

THEATRE: GIRLS NIGHT: THE MUSICAL, 3 pm, Lexington Opera House

THEATRE: STUDIO PLAYERS: CLYBOURNE PARK, 2:30 pm, Carriage House Theatre

RUN: RUN FOR THE ARTS 5K, 2 pm, Coldstream Park

TUESDAY MAR 29

TUESDAY MAR 15

CONCERT: CHICAGO AND EARTH, WIND & FIRE: HEART AND SOUL TOUR 2.0, 7:30 pm, Yum Center (Louisville)

MUSIC: DANÚ: A ST. PATRICK’S CELEBRATION, 7:30 pm, Centre College’s Norton Center

WEDNESDAY MAR 16

BALL: KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ SWEET SIXTEEN BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT, noon, Rupp Arena (through Sunday) COMEDY: ETTA MAY, 7:15 pm, Comedy Off Broadway (through Saturday)

THURSDAY MAR 17

ART: “RENEGADE CHROMA” CLOSING RECEPTION, 5 pm, MS Rezny FOOD: WINE & CHEESE TASTING FUNDRAISER FOR CKRH, 6:30 pm, Twisted Cork

FRIDAY MAR 18

ART: LEXINGTON GALLERY HOP, 5 pm, downtown THEATRE: STUDIO PLAYERS: CLYBOURNE PARK, 8 pm, Carriage House Theatre (through Sunday) DANCE: DANCE SCAPA, 8 pm, Lexington Opera House READ: FENTON JOHNSON READS AND SIGNS THE MAN WHO LOVED BIRDS, ‘6 pm, Morris Book Shop

SATURDAY MAR 19

DANCE: KENTUCKY BALLET THEATRE: “DIRECTOR’S CHOICE,” 7 pm, UK Singletary Center KIDS: EASTER EGG HUNT, 1 pm, Buffalo Trace

MUSIC: BIG BAND BLAST IX, 7:30 pm, UK Singletary Center

DANCE: DANCE SCAPA, 2 pm and 8 pm, Lexington Opera House KIDS: MOMMY GOOSE: RHYMES FROM THE MOUNTAINS, 11 am, Joseph-Beth KIDS: HIPPITY HOPPITY HUNT (CAMPERS ONLY), 11 am, Kentucky Horse Park Campground

SUNDAY MAR 20

READ: CRYSTAL WILKINSON READS FROM AND SIGNS BIRDS OF OPULENCE, 2 pm, Morris Book Shop DANCE: KENTUCKY BALLET THEATRE: “DIRECTOR’S CHOICE,” 7 pm, UK Singletary Center THEATRE :STUDIO PLAYERS: CLYBOURNE PARK, 2:30 pm, Carriage House Theatre

MONDAY MAR 21

WOODSONGS :THE CALIFORNIA GUITAR TRIO AND SUGAR BLUE, 7 pm, Lyric Theatre

TUESDAY MAR 22

MUSIC CHAPEL CONCERT SERIES: TRANSY SINGERS AND PIONEER VOICES, 12:30 pm, Transy’s Old Morrison Chapel

WEDNESDAY MAR 23 COMEDY: ETTA MAY, 7:15 pm, Comedy Off Broadway (through Saturday)

FEST: SUE FOSSON SPRING HUMANITIES FESTIVAL, 6:30 pm, UK Singletary

Center FILM: BLUEGRASS EARTH PRESENTS POWER OF ONE VOICE, 7 pm, Farish Theatre

THURSDAY MAR 24 READ: THE HISTORIC KENTUCKY KITCHEN, 7 pm, Joseph-Beth

FRIDAY MAR 25

MUSIC: LEX PHIL CLASSICS 4, 7:30 pm, UK Singletary Center THEATRE: STUDIO SEASON: REVENGE ON REALITY, 7 pm, UK Guignol Theatre ART: LEXINGTON ART LEAGUE FOURTH FRIDAY CURATOR CONVERSATION, 6 pm, Loudoun House THEATRE: CLYBOURNE PARK, 8 pm, Carriage House Theatre (through Saturday) BALL: NCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS, 7 pm, Rupp Arena

SATURDAY MAR 26

DRINK: WINE BARREL TASTING FOR THE SPRINGS, 11 am - 5 pm, McConnell Springs THEATRE: STUDIO SEASON: REVENGE ON REALITY, 7 pm, UK Guignol Theatre RUN: THE HAITI HUSTLE, 9 am, Coldstream Park SHOP: FLYSOLES SNEAKER CONVENTION (MUSIC BY DJ WEST), noon - 5 pm, Lyric Theatre

WEDNESDAY MAR 30 CONCERT: OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW, 8 pm, UK Singletary Center

EVENT: SNAPSHOT BIOS MEET & GREET WITH LOUIS ZOELLAR BICKETT II, JULIE GLOVER, ANNE KINDL, EVERETT MCCORVEY, KELSEY VAN TIME, FRANK X WALKER, 5 pm, 21c Museum Hotel THEATRE:UK OPERA THEATRE UNDERGRADUATE STUDIO: MENOTI’S THE OLD MAID AND THE THIEF + A BRIDE FROM PLUTO, 7:30 pm, St. Claire Studio (2640 Spurr Rd) (through Thursday)

THURSDAY MAR 31

CONCERT: WES WALKER AND DYL, 9 pm, Manchester Music Hall CONCERT: OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW, 8 pm, UK Singletary Center THEATRE: TRANSY UNIVERSITY THEATER’S SHE KILLS MONSTERS, 7:30 pm, Little Theater COMEDY: CRAIG SHOEMAKER, 7:15 pm, Comedy Off Broadway

AROUND THE CORNER April 1 - 3: Central Kentucky Home & Garden Show, Rupp Arena APRIL 2: RUNTHEBLUEGRASS HALF-MARATHON, Keeneland APRIL 7: GREGG ALLMAN, Lexington Opera House APRIL 7: LEXINGTON LEGENDS OPENING DAY APRIL 9: LEXINGTON CHILDREN’S THEATRE CELEBRITY CURTAIN CALL


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EASTER EVENTS EASTER ORATORIO

Dr. Everett McCorvey presents local composer Angela Rice’s “Thy Will Be Done: An Easter Oratorio” in the UK Singletary Center on Sunday, March 13, at 4 pm. Performed by the Lexington Singers and soloists featuring Gregory Turay, the work is an iconic springtime choral and orchestral performance. Thy Will Be Done: an Easter Oratorio was composed by Lexington’s Angela Rice. The work received national attention when it was selected to be part of the Music Reading Session at the 2013 Montreat Presbyterian Music Conference. Since its debut during the 2012 season, Rice has expanded the work from a cantata of 16 musical numbers to an oratorio of 30 pieces about Jesus’ life, ministry, crucifixion, resurrection and impact. “I’ve tried to use the music to depict the emotions of the characters in the specific biblical contexts,” said Rice. “I hope that as you listen you can hear the love, surrender, obedience, despair, humility and awe – emotions that the characters experienced.”

LENTEN FISH FRYS

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew and the Cathedral Choirs host Fish Fridays in Lent every Friday at 5:30 pm at Christ Church Cathedral. KOC Fish Fry every Friday of Lent at 6 pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.

CALENDAR

March 19

EASTER EGG HUNT, 1 pm, Buffalo Trace. An egg-citing event for children and parents… search for thousands of treatfilled eggs and enjoy refreshments and pictures with the Easter Bunny. All activities are complimentary. HIPPITY HOPPITY HUNT (campers only), 11 am, Kentucky Horse Park Campground. The fourth annual Hippity Hop Hun includes an egg hunt, the Easter bunny, and other fun activities scheduled to help ring in the new camping season. Activities begin at 11 am and are subject to change. Immanuel Baptist: EASTER EGG HUNT in Gainesway Park for neighborhood children. Contact Jeff Story, jeffs@ibclex to help.

March 21 Stations of the Cross at the Farish Theater in the Central Library at 5:30pm. The Way of Sorrows: panel discussion with project artists and organizers. The Way of Sorrows is a multi-disciplinary artistic inquiry into the nature of human suffering based

on the Stations of the Cross, a Christian devotional tradition dating to the 5th century. With stations located throughout downtown Lexington, the project cumulatively tells a story of human suffering, pain, injustice, and betrayal, punctuated with moments of mercy, forgiveness, and love. The effort was organized by a group of private citizens from Lexington’s art and religious communities, with each station offering a creative reflection by a local artist. Several artists and organizers will lead an informal discussion about the project.

March 25 Egg-Citing Easter Fest at Fort Boonesborough State Park from Mar 25 - Mar 27. There will be times scheduled for bingo, Easter crafts, an Easter Egg Hunt with the Easter bunny, free putt-putt and tours, a camper decoration contest, and more. There will also be a free continental breakfast on Sunday. The event is for registered campers only. For more info, call 859.527.3454.

March 26 Community Easter Egg and Candy Hunt at Old Fort Harrod State Park from 10 am - 2 pm. Everyone is invited on the front lawn. Sponsored by the Harrodsburg Kiwanis Club, this event brings out hundreds of youngsters of all ages. Games, booths, the Easter Bunny, and more. South Elkhorn Christian Church hosts an Easter Egg Hunt at 9 am. Join for a morning of hunting eggs, playing games, creating crafts, and photo-ops with the Easter Bunny. Bring your friends and an Easter basket. Easter Egg Hunt at Christ Church Cathedral at 10 am. Easter Weekend Getaway at Carter Caves State Resort Park from Mar 26 - Mar 27 from 9 am - 3 pm. There will be family-oriented recreation programs throughout the weekend. There will be egg coloring, scavenger hunting, and other recreational programming opportunities. On Easter Day, Easter Buffet will be served and there will also be an Easter egg hunt.

March 27 Easter Egg Hunt at 9:40 am at Pax Christi Catholic Church.

Masses and Church Services

MARCH 22

Chrism Mass, 10:30 am, Cathedral of Christ The King

MARCH 24 Maundy Thursday Holy Thursday Mass, 6:30 pm, Pax Christi Catholic Church Maundy Thursday Service, 7 pm, Christ Church Cathedral Holy Thursday, 7 pm, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

MARCH 25 Good Friday Good Friday, 11:30 am, Immanuel Baptist Good Friday Choral Liturgy: Choir of Men and Girls, 12 pm, Christ Church Cathedral Good Friday, 3 pm, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Good Friday Contemplative Service: Choir of Men and Girls, 7 pm, Christ Church Cathedral Good Friday Service, 9 pm, Pax Christi Catholic Church

MARCH 26 Holy Saturday Easter Service, 5 pm, Immanuel Baptist Easter Vigil, 9 pm, Pax Christi Catholic Church Easter Vigil Mass followed by Reception, 9 pm, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Good

MARCH 27 Easter Sunrise Mass, 6:30 am, Pax Christi Catholic Church Mass, 7 am, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Easter Service, 8 am, Immanuel Baptist Mass, 8:30 am, Pax Christi Catholic Church Mass, 8:45 am, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Easter Service, 9:30 am, Immanuel Baptist Mass, 11 am, Pax Christi Catholic Church Easter Service, 11 am, Immanuel Baptist Mass, 11:15 am, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Easter Vigil w/ Cathedral Singers, 8 pm, Christ Church Cathedral Easter Vigil Mass, 8:45 pm, Cathedral of Christ the King


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REAL ESTATE SOLD IN 40505 AND 40509

CORRECTION: 4620 Walnut Creek Dr was erroneously reported as sold in the February 2016 issue. The property has not been sold. The property that was sold on Dec. 1, 2015 was 4610 Walnut Creek Dr.

PROPERTIES RECENTLY SOLD IN FAYETTE COUNTY (Source: Lexington PVA) 40505 Jan 22 Jan 19 Jan 28 Jan 28 Feb 5 Dec 22 Feb 8 Feb 5 Jan 22 Jan 27 Feb 5 Feb 10 Jan 22 Jan 22 Jan 7 Jan 28 Dec 31 Feb 5 Jan 29 Feb 5 Jan 14 Feb 1 Jan 5 Jan 27 Feb 5 Feb 12

1889 GOODPASTER WAY 1407 CANTRILL CT 1708 CANTRILL DR 264 CASTLEWOOD DR 1805 DALNA DR 1136 LIBERTY RD 1701 FT SUMTER DR 1665 GAYLE DR 1638 WYATT PKWY 352 HERMITAGE DR 449 ANNISTON DR 710 BISKOFF CT 1902 GLENGARRY WAY 1027 LIBERTY RD 2323 NANCY LN 1018 STRADER DR 1505 CANTRILL DR 442 ANNISTON DR 1425 HUNTSVILLE DR 581 CRICKLEWOOD DR 1931 KINGTREE DR 240 DEVONIA AVE 1002 MCCLAIN DR 1815 MARIETTA DR 808 SHELBY AVE 1708 BETTYS CT

$390,000 $220,000 $210,000 $200,000 $200,000 $157,500 $154,950 $150,000 $145,000 $130,000 $117,000 $114,000 $109,700 $109,000 $108,000 $99,900 $99,900 $90,000 $82,000 $81,000 $79,480 $64,000 $61,685 $60,000 $55,000 $48,000

Feb 3 Jan 26 Jan 21 Jan 29 Feb 4 Feb 8 Jan 15 Jan 27 Jan 16 Jan 29 Jan 29 Jan 15 Jan 14 Jan 29 Jan 25 Jan 22 Feb 8 Jan 29 Jan 29 Jan 29 Jan 14 Jan 26 Jan 14 Jan 22 Jan 29 Jan 27 Jan 29 Jan 26 Feb 11 Feb 3 Feb 5 Feb 10 Jan 29 Jan 19 Jan 21 Jan 29 Feb 5

40509 2833 LIBERTY RD 3833 CAYMAN LN 2573 PASCOLI PL 505 SUNDROP PATH 3352 BRIGHTON PLACE DR 4133 STARRUSH PL 3304 CHELTENHAM DR 4204 NEEDLERUSH DR 1213 BRICK HOUSE LN 1819 BATTERY ST 781 LOCHMERE PL 102 TRADITION CIR 3117 CAVERSHAM PARK LN 4609 MARLBERRY PL 513 DONNINGTON CT 4668 LARKHILL LN 1783 SANDHURST CV 4700 LARKHILL LN 641 GOLF TOWN CIR 1001 STAR SHOOT PKWY 3084 POLO CLUB BLVD 816 BROADMOOR CIR 4740 LARKHILL LN 400 LARKHILL CV 2212 ICE HOUSE WAY 2997 POLO CLUB BLVD 985 JOUETT CREEK DR 3157 SCOTTISH TRCE 3160 SWEET CLOVER LN 3156 SWEET CLOVER LN 3506 DORAL PL 3408 SCOTTISH TRCE 3721 WARGRAVE WALK 3880 BARNARD DR 2104 MILLSTONE WAY 4464 STUART HALL BLVD UNIT 8 877 REVERE RUN DR

$1,200,000 $719,416 $495,000 $439,000 $387,000 $359,900 $355,000 $350,000 $340,000 $339,900 $310,686 $298,000 $293,500 $289,900 $280,737 $277,005 $259,000 $249,414 $243,000 $241,500 $235,000 $235,000 $222,500 $217,397 $211,000 $201,500 $208,000 $204,000 $200,000 $198,900 $191,500 $189,900 $182,500 $170,000 $163,000 $162,000 $127,200

Feb 12 Feb 5 Feb 5 Dec 16 Nov 10 Feb 9 Jan 26 Jan 29 Jan 28 Feb 03 Jan 04 Jan 15 Jan 21 Dec 15 Jan 26 Dec 08 Jan 27 Jan 07 Jan 27 Jan 28 Feb 05 Jan 25 Jan 26 Jan 26 Feb 03 Jan 21

1110 OATLANDS PARK 947 MCCLANAHAN LN 345 SHADOW GLEN CT 2376 LIBERTY RD 1084 GRIMBALL TRCE 2445 MIRAHILL DR 222 HEDGEWOOD CT 2385 ICE HOUSE WAY 1252 TELLURIDE CIR 3105 GLENWOOD DR 1878 TIMBER CREEK 864 GERARDI RD 620 SMUGGLERS NOTCH DR 2425 BUTTERNUT HILL CT 2412 WINDWOOD CT 3038 BONANZA DR 474 DARBY CREEK UNIT A 2510 CRUSADERS WAY 2855 HANNA PL 1116 KAVENAUGH LN 340 LARKWOOD DR 2009 FALLING LEAVES LN 3021 FALLING LEAVES LN 3025 FALLING LEAVES LN 3328 HIBERNIA PASS 245 HEDGEWOOD CT

FEATURED

$119,000 $113,500 $98,750 $67,000 $61,500 $41,000 $24,700 $160,000 $160,000 $136,900 $124,000 $110,000 $96,500 $90,000 $84,900 $84,500 $66,000 $63,100 $63,000 $58,110 $52,500 $46,000 $46,000 $46,000 $40,000 $34,000

March open houses in the Hamburg area will include The Drayton, by Andover Construction, in Patchen Wilkes. (Waterfront available.)


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