What's going on in the Horse Capital of the World? We're constantly updating this calendar with events that visitors will not want to miss, so bookmark this page and check back often. Try using Categories or type in Keywords to further refine your search for events happening within the date range you specify below.
There are several great community calendars for Lexington. Check out Smiley Pete's Community Calendar, Tadoo.com, Tops in Lex, the Lexington Herald Leader's Event Calendar or LexArts' Calendar of Arts Events.
Cornett was a visionary, able to create impeccably crafted chairs that are steeped in tradition while pushing the form of a functional object into more sculptural conceits.
Contra Dance with caller Kevin Hopper and open band (pick-up musicians welcome).
Curator Janie Welker leads a tour of Vivian Maier: On the Street and Other Streets: Photographs from the Collection, focusing on classic black-and-white photography that captures the rhythm and essence of city life.
The Bluegrass State has a long and rich history, and the horse has played a part since our earliest days. Utilizing the museum's permanent exhibits and collections as its framework, as well as art and artifacts from some of the Commonwealth's l...
A suicidal 19 year old boy finally learns how to truly live when he meets that delightfully wacky octogenarian.
The best high school athletes in the region compete over three days during this annual event.
The Lexington Legends are the Single-A affiliate of the American League Kansas City Royals. Times: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 7:05 p.m.; Sunday 2:05 p.m.
The Split Rock Jumping Tour is a new International Competition that will attract top level riders from the US and Abroad. Along with watching the highest level of show jumping, spectators will enjoy an "Unparalleled Experience" includ...
Enjoy a relaxing ride aboard Shaker Village's 115-passenger riverboat, through high limestone cliffs and untouched natural beauty. One-hour narrated cruises describe the historical importance of the river to the Shakers and pass under High Brid...