Learn what’s coming to the park and when it will open.
We’re all going frolicking.
We’re highlighting the 17 best parks that Lexington, KY has to offer — complete with splash pads, playgrounds, walking trails, and even a few dog-friendly spots.
We’re breaking down the Irish sport of hurling including its rules and where you can catch a game.
Participate in a community event or clean up your humble abode in honor of the astronomical transition from winter to spring.
Outdoor climbing boulders come to Northeastern Park
See how a new set of zoning guidelines will shape the future of green space in Lexington.
Help celebrate Kentucky’s 90,000 miles of surface waterways.
Get free supplies, help clean up, and keep Lexington beautiful.
Don’t miss any of this year’s meteor showers, supermoons, or solar eclipses.
How to prepare your garden and what to plant in the winter months.
Prepare for winter weather in Lexington, KY with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
Cooler temperatures can’t keep Lexingtonians from enjoying their favorites food + drink at local establishments.
Now is the time to visit one of Lexington’s most picturesque streets in the Fall — Catalpa Road.
Hundreds of citizens are planning to decorate their bikes with glowing lights and participate in a community-wide cycling event.
The Bluegrass is world-famous for many things, but should it be known for its paranormal activitiy?
We’re chatting about the best ways to dispose of the leaves in your yard and how to prep your garden and landscaping for winter.
City officials are in the midst of discussing how to improve Lexington’s tree canopy.
At one point in its history, Kentucky’s Red River Gorge was almost intentionally flooded.
A guide to five pumpkin patches near Lexington, KY. Plus activities like hayrides, playgrounds, and duck races.
To celebrate Bat Appreciation Month, we’ve rounded up some of the bats that can be found in Kentucky.
Learn about the new community-building initiative, Coffee Outside Lexington.
The University of Kentucky’s fifth annual tree week is returning with a ton of fun and educational events around town.
This park is only one of two state parks in the US that are shared between two different states — Kentucky + Virginia.
The state parks throughout Kentucky are hosting family-friendly Halloween events throughout the month of October.
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