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Greenup County Greenup KY

Architecture

Art and Craft Supplies

Artists

Arts Instruction

Arts OrganizationsDisplay and Selling Venues

General Resources

Historical Music Recordings

Oral Histories

Public Art

Slide Show

Special Events

Special Projects

 

Greenup County StatisticsKentucky PostSecondary Education Profile (CPE) .PDF file
Fedstats

Architecture back to top

Bennett's Mill Covered Bridge Photos
County Road 2125, off Kentucky Route 7. over Tygart's Creek
Greenup, KY
Architecture: NA
Front Street District Photos
Front Street District
Greenup, KY
Architecture: NA
General U.S. Grant Bridge Photos
Ohio R.-Chillicothe and Second St.
South Portsmouth, KY
Architecture: Cable Suspension Bridge
Greenup Masonic Lodge Photos
314 Main St.
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Italianate
Kouns--Hoffman House Photos
208 Jefferson St.
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Greek Revival
KY 2541 Bridge Photos
Main St. over Little Sandy River
Greenup, KY
Architecture: NA
Lower Shawneetown
Photos
South Portsmouth vicinity, KY
Architecture: Prehistoric
Lower Shawneetown Archeological District Photos
South Portsmouth vicinity, KY
Architecture: Prehistoric
McConnell House, Law Office, and Slave Quarters
Photos
W of Wurtland on U.S. 23
Wurtland vicinity, KY
Architecture: Federal or Georgian
McKee House Photos
1023 Riverside Dr.
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Italianate
Methodist Episcopal Church South Photos
Main St.
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Gothic Revival
Oldtown Covered Bridge
Photos
Frazer Branch Road, 750 feet east of Ky. Highway 1,
Oldtown vicinity
Greenup, KY
Architecture: NA
Portsmouth Earthworks Photos
South Portsmouth vicinity
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Prehistoric
Russell Railroad YMCA
Photos
451 Verhon St.
Russell, KY
Architecture: Moderne
South Greenup District Photos
Roughly bounded by the C & O Railroad, Laurel St., Seaton Ave., and Washington St.
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Queen Anne
Stuart, Jesse, House Photos
Stuarts Lane off W-Hollow Rd.
Greenup vicinity
Greenup, KY
Architecture: NA
Warnock House Photos
404 Harrison
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Stick/Eastlake
West Main Street District Photos
W. Main St.
Greenup, KY
Architecture: NA
Worthington House Photos
US 23 at Academy Rd.
Greenup, KY
Architecture: Greek Revival

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Brandi Alicie
Ceramic Artist

Barbara Burton 417 4th Avenue
Worthington, KY 41183

Kay PattersonKentucky Barnwood Art
606-836-4310
kay@kybarnwoodart.com

Sherry Hopper Ceramic Artist

Arts Instruction back to top

Argillite Elementary Brian Fletcher, Art Faculty            
Greenup County High School
Bryan H. Mosier
606-473-9812
Website
Facebook

Greenup County Area Technical Center Offers classes in drafting/architecture

Greysbranch Elementary Brian Fletcher, Faculty

McKell Elementary Mr. Cory Brown, Art Faculty

McKell Middle School Student Art Show & Auction, Proceeds go toward the foundation of a permanent student art galler to be added to every year.
Art teacher Mary Cantor

Wurtland Elementary Brian Fletcher, Art Faculty

Art teacher Mary Cantor

Raceland-Worthington Independent School District

Art teacher Lynn Colgroze

Campbell Elementary School

Art teacher Susanne Blair
Cultural arts center

Russell High SchoolArt teacher Jeremy Grizzle
Class Website
YouTube Student Work 1Student Work 2

Russell-McDowell Intermediate School Jeremy Grizzle, Art Faculty
Email

Russell Primary School Jeremy Grizzle, Art Faculty
Email

Russell Area Technology CenterDrafting, welding, electricity, information technoloty and
office technology.

Greenup County Cooperative Extension Service
University of Kentucky Fine Arts Program 226 W. Main St.
Greenup, KY 41144
Growing With the Arts Program
Has Greenup County Master Volunteers in Clothing Construction for the Kentucky Master Volunteer in Clothing Program; in-depth training in the art of sewing and teaching sewing to others.

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Greenbo Lake State Resort Park                       
KY 1 S. of Greenup and US 23, 18 mi. N. I-64
606-472-7324
Jesse Stuart Lodge has a gift shop
Special Park Events
Scrapbook Weekend
Art Festival
Quilt Show
Craft Show
Antique Weekend

E7ements Gallery 319 Ferry
Russell, KY 41169
Email
Phone: (606)571-1302 or (912)996-3325
Brandi Alicie
Sherry Hopper

General Resources back to top

Greenup County Tourism And Convention CommissionMcConnell House Drive
P.O. Box 100, Wurtland, KY 41144
877-TOURGREENUP or 877-868-7473
606-834-0007

Greenup Helping Hands Helping Hands is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing emergency assistance by direct distribution of food, clothing, and household items, utility and prescription assistance, referral services, and education to low-income individuals and families in Greenup County, Kentucky.

Historical Music Recordings back to top

Billy In the Low Ground,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Blackberry Blossom,” tune played on harmonica by John Lozier and accompanied by J.P. Fraley on fiddle, recorded at the Mountain Heritage Festival in 1971, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Blackberry Blossom,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Cross Key,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Kentucky Traditional Music Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Hell Again’ the Barn Door,” tune played on harmonica by John Lozier and accompanied by J.P. Fraley on fiddle, recorded at the Mountain Heritage Festival in 1971, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Katy Hill,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Kentucky Traditional Music Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Leather Britches,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Liza Jane,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Sally Goodin,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Slippin’ Around,” tune played on harmonica by John Lozier and accompanied by J.P. Fraley on fiddle, recorded at the Mountain Heritage Festival in 1971, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Susan’s Gone,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Kentucky Traditional Music Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Texas John,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Kentucky Traditional Music Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Wagoner,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

Wild Horse,” fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson, recorded by Barbara Kunkle on 2-9-74, Barbara Kunkle Kentucky Traditional Music Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives

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24th Annual Art Festival Feb. 19-20
Greenbo Lake and The Kentucky Creative Arts Club present the a weekend for artists and art lovers,  dedicated to preserving and enhancing the culture of the Tri-State Area.
For more information or reservations call: 1-800-325-0083 or
606-473-7324 Or Michal Perrine Adams (606) 638-9288
michal_adams@bellsouth.net

The Beat Nights: Summer Concert Series
2nd Saturday of each month June - September at the Flatwoods City Park. Highlighting regional talented musicians from all genres

Greenup Lions Club Horse Show Greenup Co. Fairgrounds, last Sat. July

Greenup Old Fashion Days Oct. 4-7

Greenup County Fair Greenup Co. Fairgrounds last week August

Greenbo Lake State Resort Park     KY 1 S. of Greenup and US 23, 18 mi. N. I-64 606-472-7324 Jesse Stuart Lodge has a gift shop Special Park Events 2007: Scrapbook Weekend, Jan. 19-20 Art Festival, Feb. 19-20 Quilt Show, Apr. 20-21 Craft Show, Oct. 5-7 Antique Weekend, Nov. 2-4

Growing a Healthy Community: July 30th:
Focusing on creating a Farm to School program as well as informational sessions about sustainable gardening for community members and sessions for farmers.

Springtime in Kentucky Bluegrass Festival
Greenup Co. Fairgrounds, May

The Quilting Connection
401 Belfonte St., Russell

Youth Summit on Hunger and Poverty
June 27-July 8

Special Projects back to top

Greenup County Cooperative Extension Service University of Kentucky Fine Arts Program 226 W. Main St. Greenup, KY 41144 Growing With the Arts Program Has Greenup County Master Volunteers in Clothing Construction for the Kentucky Master Volunteer in Clothing Program; in-depth training in the art of sewing and teaching sewing to others.

Youth Summit Helping Hands first annual Youth Summit on Poverty and Hunger. We are working with area youth to address hunger and poverty in our area. During our closing banquet, Tany Pullin will be speaking and our youth will present their research and solutions to fight hunger and poverty. At this banquet we would like to have a silent auction and "Art for Social Action" Competition competition with works addressing hunger and poverty in our region.50% of the auction proceeds will go towards next years Youth Summit, and the other 50% will be prizes for our top winners in the art comptition. There will be two divisions 18 > and under and 19+.Please pass on this > information. To find out more at our website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on January 7, 2012