Berea, K Y Tourism Newsletter
May 2019
Goodbye April Showers, Hello May Flowers!
Goodbye April showers, hello May flowers! Between the flowers blooming and warmer weather arriving, it's the perfect time to visit Berea! Hike our trails, enjoy some local food, and create your own beauty in one of our Hands on Workshops! 
May brings with it brand new events, concerts, exhibits, demonstrations, and chances to enjoy experiences that are uniquely Berea. Visit Berea and make memories that will last a lifetime!

Hope to see you soon, 
Berea Tourism 
Upcoming from Berea Tourism
Berea Festival of Learnshops!

July 12- August 2, 2019

Registration is LIVE!  Click here to sign up to be notified when registration is live! 

For more information go to 
or call 800-598-5263.
 # BereaKY #VisitBerea #OurBerea

#BereaKy Photos
We had so many beautiful pictures taken last month, and we cannot wait to share them with you! Be sure to follow us on social media and post your photos of Berea! 

Each month we will select photos of Berea posted by our wonderful visitors and citizens to be featured in our newsletter! In order to be selected, share your favorite Berea experience and use #VisitBerea, #BereaProud, #OurBerea, or #BereaKy. 

We can't wait to see your photos!

Below are this month's #BereaKy photo selections. We had many great submissions over the past month, and you too could be featured in next month's newsletter. (Click on the photo to see the original source.)

@bluegrassbourbonandeats enjoying some zoodles from Noodle Nirvana!  

@avvyella Came by the Artisan Village to check out the new Bob Dylan mural!

@ruby.danyelle admiring these gorgeous flowers at the Pinnacles!

@hd.entky spent the day at Berea Makers Market's Feather Your Nest Pop-Up! 


@hayleyls stopped by Native Bagel for lunch after exploring Berea for the day! 
Special Events
Thrive Studios Grand Opening Celebration

May 3
Thrive Studios
128 N. Broadway

Join Andri Kukas for Thrive Studio's Grand Opening in the new and expanded business space at 128 N. Broadway from 5pm-3pm.
There will be door prize giveaways, fun activities, a live band, and a food truck. Please bring money for dinner, and a couple bucks for when we pass the hat for the band. 
Stop by Thrive Studios to celebrate and to eat, drink, and be merry May 3 from 5-8pm.

For more information, check out the event page.

May 3 & 4 @ 8:00pm-10:00pm
May 5 @ 2:00pm-4:00pm
The Spotlight Playhouse
214 Richmond Rd N

Presented by the Bluegrass Players

Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, and features a bevy of beautiful show girls, not to mention cows, killer rabbits, and French people. The 2005 Broadway production won three Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and was followed by two successful West End runs.

For information, or to buy tickets, go to 
or call 859-756-0011
Derby Hat Design Class

May 4
11:00am - 12:00pm
Gallery 123
123 Broadway
Celebrate the Derby by creating a fashionable bonnet to wear during the race. Using paper, silk flowers, feathers and jewels, design a unique fashion statement that will be the envy of Churchill Downs! Class is free. Limited to 12 kids.
 Call 859 985 8017 to reserve your spot. Ages 4 and up.
For more information or to reserve your spot, call 859-985-8017.
Run for the Reece's

May 4
Club Arena Skating Rink
211 N. Broadway

Club Arena Skating Rink's "Run for the Reece's" is on Saturday, May 4th for kids 12 and under from 10am-12pm. There will be Wooden horses with skate wheels on the bottom provided. Winners get a garland of Reece's Pieces as an award! 
Open to the public. Cost is $4.75 each  (skate rental included) 

For more information, call  (859) 986-3881
Thrive Studios- Restorative Yoga Learnshop

May 4
Thrive Studios
128 N. Broadway
Restorative Yoga Learnshop with Lauren Higdon of Centered.Remember how to relax & to restore your state of well being with a simple 2-hour practice that provides plenty of tips to take home.

For more information, check out the event page. 

Junie B. Jones The Musical JR.

May 10 & 11 @ 6:30pm-8:00pm
May 12 @ 2:00pm-4:00pm
The Spotlight Playhouse
214 Richmond Rd N

Laugh yourself silly with Junie B. Jones in this hilarious Broadway Junior adaptation of Barbara Park's beloved series.
Join Junie B. on her first day of first grade, where many changes are in store: Junie's best friend Lucille has found new best friends - and Junie B. makes friends with Herb, the new kid at school. While in Mr. Scary's class Junie has trouble reading the blackboard - and she may need glasses. Add in a friendly cafeteria lady, an intense kickball tournament, and a "Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal," and first grade has never been more exciting.
For information, or to buy tickets, go to 
or call 859-756-0011
Hands On Workshops!

May 11-12

Arrive a visitor. Emerge an artist. 
The HOW program gives visitors a chance to learn more from master craftspeople and artists such as glass blowing, jewelry making, fiber arts, sustainable living, blacksmithing and many more.

For more information or to register, go to or call 800-598-5263.
Electric Berea

May 11
The Spotlight Playhouse
214 Richmond Rd. N.

Electric Berea presents a BAND SHOWCASE & BLOCK PARTY! This FREE live outdoor music & dining event brings the best of Berea's plugged-in performers and the area's tastiest food trucks to the parking lot of The Spotlight Playhouse off U.S. Route 25 (Richmond Road) adjacent to Walgreen's and Family Dollar. Food and drinks will be available from vendors and bands will have their CDs and other merchandise for sale. Come on down and spend the afternoon enjoying live music of all genres, delicious eats, and the good company of your neighbors!

For more information, check out the event page.

Sea Glass Pendant Wrapping

May 11
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Gallery 123
123 Broadway
Using Maine Sea Glass and a variety of wiring techniques, create a collection of pendants to hang on your favorite chains. $10 class fee. Ages 12 and up. Space is limited.
For more information or to reserve your spot, call 859-985-8017.
Thrive Studios- Women's Nurturing Yoga Retreat

May 11
Thrive Studios
128 N. Broadway
Beginner and regular practitioners will enjoy this sampling designed to align and invigorate the body, while allowing a deep sense of inner peace come to surface. This is accessible to every body type.
Cost: $50/ person

For more information, check out the event page.

Restorative Thai Body Workshop

May 17
Body Mind & Sol
105 Jackson St.

Restorative Thai is back! There is only one chance for you to join Leah VanWinkle and Carrie Mahoney for 2 hours of ultimate relaxation. Their workshop will be a luxurious blend of adjustments, stretching, restorative yoga poses and Thai Bodywork techniques. You won't want to miss it.
Workshops are small, with only 8 people in a class, so that there's lots of time for hands-on adjustments for everyone. Classes fill up fast. So, register soon to save your spot.
Investment: $50
(please note that there are no refunds after May 15th)

For more information, check out the event page. 

The Trail to Oregon
May 17 & 18
The Spotlight Playhouse
214 Richmond Rd N

The Trail to Oregon! is a musical with music and lyrics by Jeff Blim, and book by Jeff Blim, Matt Lang, and Nick Lang. The musical parodies the series The Oregon Trail. The characters' names are picked from suggestions shouted from the audience, and at the end the audience chooses which character dies
For information, or to buy tickets, go to 
or call 859-756-0011
Workshop/Farm Tour: Supporting Pollinators on Your Land

May 18
Berea Urban Farm
201 Adams St. 

This event is aimed for NPP participants who would like help in selecting perennial flowers and planting sites for their property, as well as anyone who would like the learn how to evaluate the effectiveness of their pollinator gardens. Sarah will provide a tour of the pollinator-friendly flowers we have at the BUF and discuss important considerations in selecting plant varieties and sites, as well as tips for attracting hummingbirds to your yard. In addition, we will observe and catch pollinators and give you some tips on identifying native bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

Hosted by Sarah Barney, Neighborhood Perennials Project Coordinator

For more information, check out the event page.

Thrive Studios- Acro-Yoga Learnshops

May 18
Thrive Studios
128 N. Broadway

Celebrate the end of the school year with your kids, teens, and adults. Get fit and get balanced in this graceful physical practice of balancing and flying. 


For more information or to register, call or text 859-582-6295

Memorial Day Weekend Weaving Retreat with The Woolery

May 25 - 26
Historic Boone Tavern Hotel & Restaurant 
100 Main St. N.

Join our own Nancy Reid for a 4-Harness Loom class; beginners and experienced weavers are welcome! Stay in historic Berea, KY during this 2-day weaving retreat and enjoy the beauty of Kentucky while you pick up some new crafting skills! Space is VERY limited 

For information or to sign up, visit the event page. 
Singin' in the Rain JR.

May 31 
The Spotlight Playhouse
214 Richmond Rd N

Singin' in the Rain JR. has all the makings of a Tinseltown tabloid headline - the starlet, the leading man and a love affair that could change lives and make or break careers! In silent movies, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are a hot item, but behind the scenes, things aren't always as they appear on the big screen! Meanwhile, Lina's squeaky voice might be the end of her career in "talking pictures" without the help of a talented young actress to do the talking and singing for her.
For information, or to buy tickets, go to 
or call 859-756-0011
Be the Artist
Visual Arts Academy- Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen
Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen Logo

Artists from all levels are invited to attend the Visual Arts Academy from the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen.

From painting to bead work, everyone is sure to find something they will enjoy. 

These events are updated monthly, and can be found by visiting For more information call 859-986-3192.

Come on out with family and friends for your next art adventure! 

2D Mixed Media Art with Paula Decker Haynes

Saturday, May 11th
Learn how to use several techniques to complete a finished mixed media piece to hang in your home or give as a gift! Paula Decker Haynes will demonstrate the techniques used in creating 2D mixed media artwork that may also  be applied to 3D applications as well. You will layer with inks, paint, gesso, papers,  mediums, stencils, stamps, and finish with either a painting that comes out of your background or layer a collage piece you have created from papers adhered to your background.
Provided materials include a masonite board (11"x14ยจ), papers and ephemera (which will include old  book pages, some original papers, scrapbook papers, acrylic paints, gesso, brushes for applying matte medium, and other mediums. Things you will need to bring: any personal ephemera to use in your finished piece, substrate (if you wish to use anything different than the provided 11x14 masonite board). Cost is $60. 

Writing Workshop: Short Stories from Writing to Publication with Shaun Turner (Memoir)
Saturday, May 11th 

We will address the essential elements of flash fiction, flash memoir, and poetry and partake in the writing and workshopping process. This workshop is designed for writers of all levels and backgrounds. Cost is $25.

Pastels Classes with Diana Colgate
Wednesday, May 15th
Using pastel chalk and colored paper on sanded toned paper, Diana Colgate teaches basic pastel technique to create miniature and landscape paintings. Suitable for both the newcomer and the experienced artist, the class will be surprised what they can create in this fun half-day workshop. In this relaxed environment, each class member will leave with both a 2.5" x 3.5" and a 4" x 5" work of art. The cost of materials is included in the price of the course. 
Note: As soft pastels create dust, participants who have breathing  problems may need to bring a face mask or take their needs into consideration. Cost is $80.

Acrylic Landscape Painting with Lloyd Alvis Agee
10:00am-3:00pm (with lunch break)
Saturday, May 18th
Create your own 16" x 20" landscape painting! Lloyd Alvis Agee teaches the basics of prepping and priming a canvas along with the basics of painting. Learn the standard rules of paint, placement, depth, color, and more techniques in this all-materials-provided course (with lunch break around noon). Cost is $50. 

Writing Workshop: Short Stories from Writing to Publication with Shaun Turner (Fiction)
Saturday, May 25th 

We will address the essential elements of flash fiction, flash memoir, and poetry and partake in the writing and workshopping process. This workshop is designed for writers of all levels and backgrounds. Cost is $25.

Fiber Frenzy Workshops

-Sock Club, Every Friday
-Fiber Therapy, Every Tuesday
-Mosaic Knitting, May 11 & 25
-Four Week Class Series, May 3, 10, 17, 24

For more details, call 859-986-3832 or go to
Art Exhibits and Demonstrations
Kentucky Artisan Center Exhibits and Demonstrations 

9:00am-6:00pm Daily
200 Artisan Way


8th International Exhibition of Scratchboard Art
(Through July 31, 2019)

An International exhibit opens, a two-day scratchboard conference will be held, and exciting demonstrations by talented artists working with wood will be happening throughout the month of May at the Kentucky Artisan Center.
The Kentucky Artisan Center is proud to announce their first International exhibition to be on display in the Center's main gallery. The "8th International Exhibition of Scratchboard Art" opens May 17, with an open to the public reception from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Center. Artists are members of the International Society of Scratchboard Artists, (ISSA) and the opening reception will include awards 
given to members and Master Level artists exhibiting.
On display May 17 - July 31, 2019, this International exhibit includes works by 51 artists from all over the United States, Canada, Switzerland, Australia, Germany, New Zealand, China and Portugal.
Many of these scratchboard works appear to be high-resolution photographs, fooling the observer upon first encounter. The level of artistry in this exhibit is extraordinary, especially in the works by Master Level member artists. The Center is pleased to host the annual ISSA conference on May 18 and 19.  

The Great Kentucky Cover Up
(Through May 6, 2019)

Showcasing quilts from artists across the Commonwealth, the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea announced its latest exhibit, The Great Kentucky Cover Up, on display now through May 6, 2019 at the Center. The exhibit features work from artists Glenna Blakely, of Harlan, Brenda Plaster, of Lawrenceburg, Janet Serrenho of Lexington, and Karen Witt of Lexington.
The creation of quilts is the result of mankind's frugality, need for warmth and beauty. Quilted fabrics have 
been found in China, Europe and numerous other cultures throughout the world. In early American  c olonial days, fabric came by ship from Europe and was scarce. When cloth wore out, it was folded, cut, altered and used again and again.
Quilting is a process of layering fabric, where a padding or batting is sandwiched in between the fabric layers. This composite is then stitched together, often with a decorative or ornate top to form a quilt.
Quilting requires endless hours of stitching and patchwork quilting developed numerous patterns, especially in the 1700s and in the Southern Appalachians. Quilt patterns were inspired by objects in daily life and often were handed down fro m one generation to another.
Quilting today has reached the realm of fine art. Contemporary quilters utilize a vast array of fabrics, complicated techniques and often personal narratives to their work. This exhibit includes traditional quilt patterns such as "Lone Star" and "Hunter Star" by Glenna Blakley as well as contemporary themed quilts like "Third Mesa" by Janet Serrenho, which depicts colorful images from the South-west.

Reveal: Large 2-D Works
(March 16, 2019 - June 16, 2019)

The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea announces the exhibit Reveal, showcasing the work of Sabra L. Crockett, Damon Farmer, Felipe Molina and Robbie Mueller. This exhibit will run March 16 - June 16, 2019, in the Center's lobby and foyer. All four artists work in large two-dimensional formats.
Originally from Rochester, New York, Sabra L. Crockett has lived in numerous locations throughout the south before finding her home in Louisville, Kentucky. There she enjoys being surrounded by beautiful songbirds and a spectacular variety of trees.
"I am fascinated by nature. It has a secret language that I try to decipher. There is a feeling I get when observing the birds, animals, and trees - a feeling that I am experiencing something that is so familiar, and yet so extraordinary," she states. "I have been visiting one of the largest and oldest Ginko trees in Louisville for many years now and the painting in this exhibit is the first in a series about this tree."

Saturday Demonstrations
10:30am - 3:30pm

May 4
Cottonwood Bark Carvings Created by William Rogers

Working almost entirely with cottonwood bark, Rogers found his creative outlet after a 30-year career with IBM. The Montana and Alaskan cottonwood bark that he uses has been harvested from dead trees whose bark has fallen to the ground. All of Rogers' carvings are original, and because no two pieces of bark are alike, none of his carvings are exactly alike.

Saturday, May 11-
Jamie Donaldson Turns Wood on the Lathe

Donaldson is active in both regional and national woodturning associations and is in demand as a demonstrator. His works often are asymmetrical and he enjoys using unusual sections of wood including the bark. Donaldson often utilizes various stains to bring out the natural character of the woods he turns on the lathe. 

Saturday, May 18-
Demonstration from the Berea Welcome Center Carvers. 

 Two members of the Berea Welcome Center Carvers will demonstrate a variety of woodcarving styles and techniques at the Kentucky Artisan Center 


Saturday, May 25-
Designer Baskets created by Derek Downing

Downing began designing and creating his unique baskets in 1986. His designs are based on the traditional egg-basket form and are woven from grapevine, hand-dyed rattan and seagrass, a material less commonly used for woven baskets. The handles of his baskets are crafted from native grapevines.
Downing's baskets are distinctive and many feature vividly colored accents created from the dyes he mixes for his basketry. Visitors at the center can enjoy watching him weave and then select the perfect finished basket.
Photographic Exhibition: As the Light Passes By: Remediation of the Work of J.A. Stafford, Mountain Missionary

(March 9 - May 3, 2019)

As the Light Passes By: Remediations of the Work of J.A. Stafford, Mountain Missionary will be on view at the Longwall Gallery in the Loyal Jones Appalachian Center (205 N. Main Street, Berea, KY.) from March 9 to May 3, 2019. On Saturday, March 9 from 2:00-4:00pm, an opening reception followed by an artist and curator talk will be held on site. 

For more information on the exhibition, please contact Charlsa Hensley at .
Doris Ulmann Galleries

Rogers Traylor Art Building
Berea College Campus
Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Closed March 4-12, 2019

Selections from the Berea College Art Collection
(Through May 2, 2019)
Berea Gallery

Visions of the Dharma: Buddhist Art from the Berea College Art Collection 
(Through May 3, 2019)
Rogers Gallery

Graduation Exhibition for Art Majors
(Through May 5, 2019)
Upper & Lower Trayor Gallery
Jammin' on the Porch

Thursdays 7:00pm-9:00pm
Russel Acton Folk Center
212 W Jefferson Street 

A family friendly jam session held by father-daughter duo Donna and Lewis Lamb. It's a truly unique Berea event!

Call (800)  598-5263 for more information.
English Country Dance

2nd Saturday
May 11
Russel Acton Folk Center
212 W Jefferson St. 
Beginner teaching session at 6:45 pm, dance begins at 7:00 for easier, fun dances. Then after the break, move to intermediate dances (also fun!). Calling by Mary Harrell, Howard Carlberg, Peter Rogers, and others. Lovely and lively music by a fantastic gang of local musicians!  

Admission is free, though donations are accepted to help maintain sound equipment and support musicians! Refreshment/snack donations are also welcome!
Berea Family Dance

3rd Thursday
May 16
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Happiness Hills Farm & Retreat Center
8682 Battlefield Memorial Highway

Berea Family Dances are a place for kids and their parents to learn the basics of folk dancing in a fun and welcoming environment. No experience necessary! Cost is $5 per family. 
Free Form Dance

3rd Friday
May 17
Body, Mind & Sol
105 Jackson St. 
An open, free form dance. All ages and abilities welcome. This is a safe place to move to some good music with old and new friends. Donations of $3-$5 requested.
Contra Dance

3rd Friday
May 17
8:00pm - 11:00pm
Open mic, open band. $3.00 for everyone.
128 N Broadway
Contra dances are fun for the whole family. No partner or experience is needed. All dances are taught first and then prompted. Partners change after every dance and are especially welcoming to new dancers! Wear loose, comfortable clothing and flat smooth-soled shoes that won't mar the fine wood floor, then get ready for a good workout!

4th Saturday
May 25
$9 regular price, $6 students & seniors (65+)
212 Jefferson St. (Russel Acton Folk Center) 
Caller: Cari Huffman Band: The Berea Castoffs.  
Saturday's dance starts with a beginners session, from 7:30pm-8pm that will teach you everything you need to know, then dance the night away to foot-stomping live music, and a rotating cast of experienced callers. Bring a snack for the break if you're so inclined - your fellow dancers will appreciate it!

For more details call (859) 985-5501 or go to
Community Events
Berea Farmers Market

Saturdays 10am-1pm 
416 Chestnut St.

Want some delicious local foods during your visit to Berea? Don't miss Berea's local farmers market. 

Providing favorites like fresh salad greens, kale, root vegetables, baked goods and locally harvested canned goods. 

For more information go to
Guided Hikes

The Forestry Outreach Center will be hosting guided hikes on Saturdays at 1pm, weather permitting. A Forestry Outreach Center volunteer or staff member will lead educational hikes on varying trails in the Berea College Forest. 

Note: If you're interested in leading one of these educational hikes, please contact Wendy Warren at .
For more information, call  859-756-6094 or go to
Planetarium Shows

3:00pm & 7:00pm
Berea College Planetarium & Digital Theater
271 N Main St. 
Full dome shows are offered on Sunday afternoons at 3:00pm and again at 7:00pm. Doors open 15 minutes before the show begins.  
Prices (tax included): 
$5 General Admission 
$3 Children 5-17, Adults 65+ 
Children under 5 are free
Strong Hearts | Strong Community Saturday Charity WOD 

9:00am - 10:00am
CrossFit Berea
1333 Slate Lick Rd

Welcome to CrossFit Berea where we value our community. Our Strong Hearts | Strong Community Saturday Charity WOD at 9am will be dedicated to a different charity each month. You may be asked to bring in canned food, pet supplies, or even a little cash to help out those folks we feel need a hand up. So join us and bring a friend. We will never turn you away, should you forget your donation. And we will surely appreciate everything you can give.
Our Saturday WOD is family friendly and everyone is welcome. However, before you can participate, you need to fill out a waiver! So stop in a little early if you have not done that yet.
For information, check out the event page.

Braiding Sweetgrass Book Club

May 4
Berea College Forestry Outreach Center
2047 Big Hill Rd. 

Our book for the next three book club meetings will be Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Kimmerer is a scientist and a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation who embraces the notion that plants are our oldest teachers. The book intertwines knowledge and perspectives in new ways, celebrating the reciprocal relationship between humans and the natural world.

At the first meeting, we will discuss pages 3-59, the second meeting will discuss page 60-201, and the third meeting will discuss page 205-384.

For information, check out the event page.

Brushy Fork Trail Clean Up

May 5
Brushy Fork Nature Coalition
37 Cherry Ln Ct. 

Help us keep Brushy Fork Trails clean! Meet us at Brushy Fork Bridge at 1:30 PM. We are kid and dog-friendly and provide all needed supplies!
For information, check out the event page.

Open Mic Night at the Berea Arts Council

2nd Tuesday
May 14
7:00pm - 9:00pm
444 Chestnut St. 

Share your poems, essays, or short fiction with other writers or hear others read their work.
Craft in America Lecture and Video Series

Madison County Public Library 
319 Chestnut St.

In participating with the Madison County Library, Berea Arts Council, and Gallery 123, Jeffrey Carpenter will present a three week session of videos and lectures regarding Craft in America and how it relates to Berea area makers and the tourism it brings in.

WEEK 1: Monday, May 6th: 6 pm-7:45 pm
"Origins of Craft."
WEEK 2: Monday, May 13th: 6 pm-7:45 pm
"Processes of Craft."
WEEK 3: Monday, May 20th: 6 pm- 7:45 pm
"Messages Through Craft."

For information, check out the event page.

Kentucky Trail Town

Spring is a great time to go outside and see Kentucky's natural beauty. Come visit Berea and hike through our breathtaking trails!
You can see a waterfall, stunning views of the mountains, and also enjoy the beauty of the flowers blooming. 

Maps to hike or bike some of Berea's various trails are located in the Welcome Center at 3 Artist Circle off of N. Broadway and on our website at

Enjoy scenic views at the Pinnacles and Anglin Falls, take a nice stroll or bike ride along one of our lovely shared use paths through town, or launch your kayak at Owsley Fork Reservoir. Your experience is waiting for you!
Upcoming in Berea
Noel and Reb at the Berea Arena Theater

Berea Arena Theater
June 6-9
Berea Arena Theater
1835 Big Hill Rd.

 "Hilarious farce benefiting the Paul Power Scholarship Fund"

For more information or to get tickets, call  (859) 986-9039  

Moonlight Market on College Square

June 8
Historic Boone Tavern Hotel & Restaurant
100 N. Main St.

Join us for Berea's newest event and spend an evening with friends under the stars! Enjoy signature cocktails from Boone Tavern, a curated artisan market, delicious local food, and the sounds of a gorgeous summer night in Kentucky!

For more information, check out the event page.
Berea Parks and Recreation Events
Thank You!
As always, thank you for following us! We look forward to seeing you here in Berea!

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Megan Hardy
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