Their team of physicians, physician assistants, trainers, and physical therapists can treat people of all ages — from weekend warriors to on-the-go grandparents — to remain active. How? Their fellowship-trained surgeons are world-renowned for developing and implementing leading-edge techniques to diagnose, treat, and educate patients about bone and joint disorders.
They also work with patients to prevent joint replacement using hip-preservation procedures. Offering everything from state-of-the-art injections to minimally invasive procedures, the team can get you back to playing golf or even just resting peacefully. Fun Fact: University of Kentucky Men’s Basketball Coach John Calipari and UK Football Coach Mark Stoops are able to stay in the game to chase the next championship, having entrusted their care to UK’s joint replacement specialists.
Appointments on your time
Excellent, supportive care is available at UK HealthCare year-round, including:
Full range of care: The team provides comprehensive care for adults, including initial assessment, medical treatments, and if necessary, surgery and rehabilitation at UK HealthCare’s Spine & Joint clinic. To make an appointment with a joint replacement or hip preservation specialist, call (859) 323-5533.
Walk-in care: Injuries happen, which is why UK HealthCare offers walk-in clinics providing specialized care for orthopaedic and sports injuries. The Sports Medicine Walk-In Clinic is open Monday–Friday, 7- 8 a.m. sprains, breaks + other sports injuries. For any orthopaedic injury, the General Orthopaedic Walk-In Clinic is open Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Both walk-in clinics are located at UK HealthCare – Turfland ( 2195 Harrodsburg Rd.).
Southland Jamboree | Thursday, Nov. 16 | 7-8:30 p.m. | Central Library Farish Theater, 140 E. Main St., Lexington | Free | Have a toe-tappin’ good time listening to live Bluegrass music from the West Liberty Mountain Boys — registration is encouraged.
Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” The Musical | Thursday, Nov. 16-Sunday, Nov. 19 | Times vary | Lexington Opera House, 401 W. Short St., Lexington | $38-$92 | Make your days merry + bright at this show that brings the classic movie to life through song and dance.
Friday, Nov. 17
Honeysuckle Hunt | Friday, Nov. 17 | 1-2 p.m. | McConnell Springs Park, 416 Rebmann Ln., Lexington | Free | Spend some time outdoors helping to hunt down the invasive honeysuckle plant.
Saturday, Nov. 18
Bluegrass Creative Market: Holiday Edition | Saturday, Nov. 18-Sunday, Nov. 19 | Times vary | The Summit at Fritz Farm, 120 Summit At Fritz Farm #155, Lexington | Free | Get a head start on your holiday shopping with 50 local artists and makers at this family friendly weekend pop-up.
Community Tree Planting | Saturday, Nov. 18 | 11 a.m.-2 p.m. | William Wells Brown Community Center, 548 E. Sixth St., Lexington | Free | Join Trees Lexington and residents of the William Wells Brown neighborhood to help increase the tree canopy by planting native Kentucky trees.
Sunday, Nov. 19
Healing Hike | Sunday, Nov. 19 | 7:30-9:30 a.m. | Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, 3885 Raven Run Way, Lexington | $5 | Bask in the great outdoors with this 3-mile hike that is both fast-paced and reflective — space is limited.
Poppy & Pomelo has tons of unique gift options for everyone on your list. | Photo provided by Poppy & Pomelo
Mark your calendars Lexington — you’re invitedto shop ‘til you drop at Poppy & Pomelo’s ultimate three-day shopping experience. They’ll be serving up drinks + deals from Friday, Nov. 24 to Sunday, Nov. 26 for Black Friday, Small Biz and Fizz Saturday, and Sunday Funday.
The city is requesting proposals from developers for a new government building. Specifications include: 166,000+ sqft, located downtown, within walking distance to ~500 parking spots, and a private-public partnership. Think: The city would lease from the owner + resume ownership after 35 years. (Lexington Herald-Leader)
Tuesday was the last day of the season for the Lexington Farmers Market at the corner of Maxwell Street + Broadway. Construction is expected to begin on the new High Street development, so organizers are seeking a new location for the Tuesday/Thursday market next year. Don’t worry, there are more options.
This weekend is your final chance to see the Henry Faulkner exhibit at the Headley-Whitney Museum. Stop by between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to see 30 years worth of his work + a showing of the documentary, “Henry Faulkner: Poetry in Paint.”
Darling Wine Bar is hosting a Fall Flavors Fire Sale this Saturday, Nov. 18 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. There will be discounts on bottles of wine + spirits, snack and cider samples, and an opportunity to build-your-own gift basket.
A new SOULED installment has appeared, and this time, the 12 pieces can be viewed at Bourbon Hous, 402 S. Broadway. The work will be available for purchase beginning Saturday, Nov. 18 + the artist ATB will donate 50% of proceeds from the final piece sold to The Hope Center.
Beginning next Wednesday, Nov. 22, Greyline Station will be hosting Holiday Story Time & Sensory Play. Bring the little ones for a day of exciting stories, themed crafts, and activities with Fairytale Forever every Monday + Wednesday through Dec. 20 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
It’s here — Oprah’s Favorite Things list, just in time for the holidays. We’re seeing: luxury flaky sea salt, all-weather boots, fleece robes, and a baked brie board.*
The mayor and city officials cutting the ribbon for rainbow crosswalks at the intersection of North Limestone and Short Streets in 2021. | Photo by Amy Wallot, LFUCG
The Human Rights Campaign released the 2023 Municipal Equality Index, and Lexington is at the top of the list. How did we score?
Each year, the Human Rights Campaign releases a Municipal Equality Index which takes a deep dive into municipal laws, policies, and services and how inclusive they are of LGBTQ+ people.
This year’s edition examined 506 cities on 49 different criteria across five categories — non-discrimination laws, municipality as employer, services and programs, law enforcement, and leadership on LGBTQ+ equality.
Based on these criteria, Lexington earned a score of 100 out of 100. A perfect score. Click the button below for a breakdown of how we got here… and how that score may change.
I can’t believe we are half way through November. We are still in the process of deciding where to take our family holiday photos. Help me out, where is your favorite spot to take holiday photos in and around Lexington?