Miss Lucille’s Market Place, located at 2231-A Madison St., behind Starbucks, has 35,000 square feet and 125 vendor booths available, that carry a wide variety of unique thrifts, handmade crafts, vintage furniture and rare collectables.
City Mayor Kim McMillan was on hand to cut the ribbon and also do double duty as one the judges of the booths.
Booths were being judged for presentation and the winner was to receive a month’s free booth rental.
Joining the Mayor in judging was Charlie Koon, City Chief of Staff, Denny Fry with the Chamber, Betty Burchett, Assessor of properties, and Q108’s Gretchen Cordy.
Will take place May 25-26 at the War Memorial Walking Trail Park, 101 Walter Garrett Lane, Oak Grove, KY. All activities will begin at 12 p.m. both days and the festival is free and open to the public. The festival includes a free carnival, various vendors, variety shows and a free concert with Joe Nichols at the Viceroy Performing Arts Center on Saturday. For more information visit http://www.springintosummerfest.com/QCMS/.
Breakfast Latino Style for Chiapas
Will take place Sunday, May 26 from 8-11 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Family Life Center, 709 Franklin St. The event will take place every fourth Sunday of the month. This month's featured country is Brazil. Prices for breakfast items starts at $5. Proceeds raised from the breakfast items sold go to two parishes in the southern part of Mexico, San Pedro Chenalho and San Pablo Chalchihuitan.