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Lexington Public Library and Seedleaf partner for free seed packets

The Lexington Public Library and Seedleaf have partnered to offer free seed packets available to the public at the Central, Northside, Tates Creek, and Village Branch locations on a first-come, first-served basis. There are twelve varieties of seeds available and they may be picked up via curbside service at the participating library locations. “Gardening has become one of the most...

Where to dine-in, or what to pre-order for Valentine’s Day 2021

A guide to Valentine’s Day 2021 in downtown Lexington, Ky: What to pre-order, what restaurants are offering dine-in services? Valentine’s Day is Sunday, February 14, 2021. Are you eating in at home for Valentine’s Day 2021? Do you want to dine-in at a restaurant? Either way, we have the answers for you. Below is a sampling of Valentine’s Day themed takeout...

Lexington considers selling the ArtsPlace building

The city of Lexington considers selling three buildings, including the home of LexArts on Mill Street. A Lexington council subcommittee reviewed 658 Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council-owned properties to determine if any should be sold. Most properties were excluded based on a host of criteria that limited the properties to be evaluated to 43. ArtsPlace is one of three targeted properties along...

Town Branch Park reaches milestones in 2020

Town Branch Park announced that it has raised $25.4 million dollars – nearly double what was raised previously and 70% of the campaign’s initial goal. As a result, the project is moving to the final design and engineering phase. Town Branch Park Executive Director Allison Lankford said, “We know that well-planned urban parks work as catalysts that spur and support...