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Cadiz-Trigg County Tourist Commission is a Level I Partner of Friends of Land Between the Lakes

Trigg County Chamber of Commerce

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Just one of our supportive Business Partners who cares about Land Between The Lakes

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Donna Morsbach
Bethel, OH

 

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Whether it is Giving Tuesday or any other time of the year, your help during this time of the year is most critical to our efforts to perform our mission.  Your donations to Friends of Land Between the Lakes allows us to support the Woodlands Nature Station, the Homeplace Working Farm and Living History Museum, Golden Pond Planetarium and Observatory as well as the Elk and Bison Prairie.  You can give through PayPal on this website or through GiveLively by use of your cell phone. Please consider texting 44321 with the word Friend or Bobcat or Stars.  Your support will mean so much.


 

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☀ Summer is here! ☀ Come outside and play at Land Between the Lakes. There's lots to do!

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It was an honor representing the Homeplace 18050s Working Farm at this gathering of the Kentucky Folklife Program. We're excited to be helping with their effort to start up a Kentucky Folklife NetworkYesterday the KFP's Kentucky Folklife Network team headed up by folklorist Nicole Musgrave conducted our fourth and final regional meeting in Paducah. We were hosted by Betty Dobson, the Director of the Uppertown Heritage Foundation, who spearheaded the renovation and helps to interpret the Hotel Metropolitan, an African American Museum that shares story of this region. It was a grand treat to hear Ms. Dobson share the story of this hotel, the area's sole hotel available to to African-Americans throughout most of the 20th century. So much great sharing with interested community partners took place as we are envisioning what our planned Folklife Network online presence will look like in the months to come. Thanks too to our partner, Kentucky Arts Council's Folk and Traditional Arts Director Mark Brown for being there with his great insights. Thank you Betty and Paducah friends. Do visit the Hotel Metropolitan on your next visit to Paducah! Hotel Metropolitan Western Kentucky University WKU Potter College of Arts & Letters WKU Folk Studies Brent Bjorkman ... See MoreSee Less

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Memorial Day Weekend is coming up! Come visit the Nature Station, Homeplace and the Planetarium for a weekend packed of family fun!

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