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Montgomery County Montgomery KY

Architecture

Art and Craft Supplies

Artists

Arts Instruction

Arts Organizations

Display and Selling Venues

General Resources

Oral Histories

Public Art

Slide Show

Special Events

Special Projects

 

Montgomery County StatisticsKentucky PostSecondary Education Profile (CPE) .PDF file
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Architecture back to top

Archeological Site 15MF355 Photos
Frenchburg vicinity, KY
Architecture: Prehistoric
Judge Apperson House Mt. Sterling
Greek Revival style, 1825-1849
Bondurant House Photos
Off U. S. 60
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Federal style
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Passenger and Baggage Depots Photos
N of C & O RR tracks between S. Maysville and S. Bank Streets
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Prairie School
William Chiles House Photos
Off Richmond Road S of US 60
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Federal
Church of the Ascension Photos
High and Broadway Streets
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Gothic Revival
Confederate Monument Photos
Machpelan Cemetery. 1.5 mi. E of jct. of US 460 and KY 713
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: NA
East Mt. Sterling Historic District Photos
Harrison Ave. and N. Queen Street between E. High Street and alley N. of Strother Street
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Italianate, Bungalow/Craftsman, Colonial Revival
Fitzpatrick, W. T., House Photos
Apperson Hights E. of S. Bank Street
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Italianate
Gaitskill Mound Archeological Site Photos
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Prehistoric
Hicks, Miss Emma, Bungalow
Photos
10 White Ave.
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Bungalow/Craftsman
KEAS Tabernacle Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Photos
101 S. Queen Street
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Romanesque
Machpelah Cemetery Photos
E. Main St. at eastern city limits
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: NA
Methodist Episcopal Church South Photos
Jct. of E. Main and N. Wilson Streets
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Gothic
Monarch Milling Company Photos
Jct. of S. Maysville and E. Locust
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Classical Revival
Morgan, Ralph, Stone House Photos
E. of Mt. Sterling on Harper’s Ridge Road
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Federal style
Mt. Sterling Commercial District Photos
U. S. 60 and KY 11, Mt. Sterling
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Late Victorian, Classical Revival, Gothic Revival
Northwest Residential District Photos
N. Maysville Street, W. Main Street, Samuels Ave., High Street, Antwerp Ave. Holt, Sycamore, and Sterling
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Italianate, Greek Revival, Colonial Revival
Smith, Enoch, House (also known as Happy Hill) Photos
SR 1
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Federal style
Wright-Greene Mound Complex Photos
Mt. Sterling, KY
Architecture: Adena, Woodland

Artists back to top

Deeno Golding Graphic design, web design

Pamela Henderson Painter
859-498-6264.
Received a Fuse the Muse grant and hopes to work with at-risk youth in Montgomery County.

Terri PulleyMosaic Sculptor
Mt. Sterling
859-498-6818
lonetalisman@gmail.com
Art and Craft Supplies back to top

Arts Instruction back to top

Montgomery District webpage Montgomery County Early Learning Center Camargo ElementaryDiane Howell, Art Faculty Mapleton Elementary Shirley Ginter, Art FacultyMt. Sterling Elementary Danny Boggs, Art FacultyMcNabb Middle SchoolMontgomery County High School Rebecca Banks, Art Faculty Montgomery County Area Technology Center Courses available include Carpentry and Fundamentals of Web Design

Arts Organizations back to top

Montgomery County Council for the Arts 44 East Main Street, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353
859-498-6264

P.O.Box 128 101
East Main Street
Mt. Sterling, KY 40353
Tel: (859) 498-6264
Email: artcouncil97@bellsouth.net

Display and Selling Venues back to top

Gallery for the Arts 44 East Main Street
859-498-6264
A project of the Montgomery County Council for the Arts.
Features a new exhibit monthly with art receptions the first Friday of each month.
M&M’s 16 E Main Street
859-498-8010
Features fine art and contemporary pottery.

October Court Days FestivalCourt Day is one of Kentucky's oldest traditional festivals held in downtown Mount Sterling. Every year, you can count on vendors from all over the country traveling here to buy, sell, or trade anything and everything on the 3rd Monday and the weekend prior in October.Small Town America WeekendCraft Vendor Form
Voted one of the top summer festivals in Kentucky in 2009, Small Town America Weekend is held on the 3rd weeked of August and has activities for everyone! Arts & Crafts show, talent show, car show, 5K run/walk and the fly-in breakfast at the Mt. Sterling Airport.

General Resources back to top

Mt. Sterling - Montgomery County Tourism Commission 126 W. Main St.
Mt. Sterling, KY
866-415-7439
Mt. Sterling/Montgomery County Chamber of CommerceOral Histories back to top

Public Art back to top

Confederate MonumentMachpelan Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, 1880

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Special Projects back to top

Quilt Trail Project of Montgomery County Becky Hill 859-498-0860
Sharon Johnson 859-498-9839
Mt. Sterling Main Street Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on October 17, 2012