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Visiting Western Kentucky
The Bluegrass State is an eclectic blend of open pastures, densely forested areas, must-visit cities, and plenty of top-shelf attractions. Out in the western region of Kentucky, from cities like Paducah to Bowling Green, you’ll find a unique mix of warm and welcoming locals, and an events schedule sure to entertain the whole group. Plan for you visit to western Kentucky for the fall or winter and explore as much as you can.
As you plan your fall or winter visit to western Kentucky, make sure you include a stay in Paducah. Charming and full of excellent things to see and do, Paducah will no doubt yield fun-filled days. You can check out the National Quilt Museum, or catch a full-throttle race at the Paducah International Raceway – they host racing every Friday night throughout the year, and on October 7th it’s Championship Night.
Visit the Carson Center in Paducah on October 1st for an exceptional live musical performance from the Annie Moses Band. Starting at 7 p.m., this classical crossover band of all siblings will entertain all members of the family with their unique blend of folk and classical sounds. On October 21st, the Carson Center welcomes Josh Turner to the stage starting at 7:30 p.m.
You can easily make the most of your holiday visit to Paducah with two riveting and must-see shows at the Carson Center. On December 1st be sure to take the whole group to see Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Not long after, the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker will take the stage on December 13th.
Western Kentucky during the fall will yield exceptional college football experiences. In Murray you can find the Murray State University Racers. The Racers will play several marquee games this fall – Southeast Missouri will visit on September 24th, the Tennessee State Tigers visit on October 29th, and they’ll close out their home schedule on November 12th against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks. All Murray State Racers home football games are played at Stewart Stadium.
When you visit Bowling Green this fall, one thing will be clearly evident – this is Hilltoppers country. The Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers football team is the pride of many in the region, and they’ll play an impressive schedule in 2016. Visit L.T. Smith Stadium on October 22nd for a fierce battle against Old Dominion University. Their last home game of the season is November 12th against the University of North Texas.
Be sure to swing through Hopkinsville for a pleasant stay. On October 7th you will want to be part of this fall’s premier and progressive event in Hopkinsville – the 16th Annual West Kentucky Women’s Show. From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the James Bruce Convention Center you’ll be treated to guest speakers, educational health seminars, vendors, free giveaways, games, and more.
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