And a fine time was had by all!
|The Queen of Hearts (Nancy Price) and Alice (Christina Lauterwasser ) oversee a lively game of croquet.|
An “Alice in Wonderland” themed event was held Friday afternoon at the historic Stafford House. Those attending were treated to a tea party, a game of croquet, a card game, a painting activity, and were told the story of how the book “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” came to be. The event was sponsored by the Johnson County UK Extension Office and the Rt. 23 Cultural Heritage Network. To schedule a tea party, or a tour of the Stafford House, call Brenda Cockerham at 789-8108.
PES faculty ‘Kiss the Pig’ for Cystic Fibrosis
Paintsville Elementary Teacher, Bridgette McClure was voted by students to kiss the pig for cystic fibrosis awareness.
Say ‘cheese’! Area camera club growing
What makes a prize-winning photo? How do you reduce glare? How best to capture a misty morning? These questions, and more, are likely to be heard at a meeting of the The Eastern Kentucky Camera Club. The club meets every second Thursday of each month, at 6 p.m., in the Paintsville Recreation Center to discuss and critique the work of club members. Members critique photos based on seven basic factors: focus, clear subject in the photograph, composition, lighting and exposure, color, what makes the photograph different or special, and emotion and mood. The cost to join the club is $20 for a single membership or $25 for a couple for a yearly membership. The club has members from as far away as Hazard and the Ashland area. You can view photos of members of the club on EKCC.org or you can also visit Eastern Kentucky Camera Club on Facebook. The next meeting will be held on November 13 at 6 p.m.
2014 Apple Festival Winners
School Apple Run 2014
|Racers ran along Second and Court Streets in downtown Paintsville.|