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Get ready for another round of Downtown Frankfort's ArtWalk

Stroll through downtown on Friday, October 2nd, from 5p-8p to see some of the original works of art our capital city artists have to offer!

Poor Richard's will be hosting Frankfort author Ray Peden, whose book, One Tenth of the Law, has been selling well. Here's what one author has to say about the book.

"This is what you hope for in a first novel by a new author...a flawed and empathetic hero, fully fleshed out on the page, the narrative nicely woven,
the dialogue tight, the action compelling, and the characters multi-dimensional. Readers will be coming back for more."

  BARON R. BIRTCHER, best-selling author of Rain Dogs and the acclaimed Mike Travis mystery series


Kentucky Employees Credit Union is sponsoring another exciting Artwalk throughout downtown Frankfort on Friday, Oct 2 from 5pm-8pm.  Look for the orange Artwalk pennant hanging in the store fronts to see the 25+ shops and venues that are participating Friday evening.  Each shop owner will have their hand made crafts and decorative items ready to show to all visitors in celebration of American Craft Week.  Visit downtown Frankfort and start your holiday shopping early or buy something artsy for your inner creative self!   Artwalks are organized by Downtown Frankfort, Inc (DFI).

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"The Pie Seller, the Drunk, and the Lady"

2014 may have been the year of the Ebola Epidemic...

...But 1833 was the year of the Cholera Epidemic.

Check out Terry Foody's newest book, "The Pie Seller, the Drunk, and the Lady" for an intriguing account of how three unlikely heroes came together to focus on the disaster of Cholera in Lexington, Kentucky, and lessons that can be applied to global health today.