Dinner in White is Pikeville’s outdoor social fundraiser for downtown art & revitalization, held on Pikeville Main Street, Saturday, June 15, 2019, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Cash bar will be on site with assorted drink options (no alcohol allowed outside of the event). Beer will be $3.00, and mixed drinks will be $6.00. Cash and cards accepted.
Dress in white (ladies and gentlemen need to wear all white. Khaki pants or shorts is acceptable). Decorate your table – win prize.
Saturday, June 15th 7-11 p.m.
7:30 Dinner and entertainment
TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE – $200 per table or $25 each (tax deductible).
Discover Kentucky through the eyes of people sharing what they love about the Bluegrass State
Pike County Tourism CVB board member and Hatfield descendant Bob Scott, along with his wife Rita, is featured on Kentucky’s 2019 Official Visitors Guide. Scott, one of the many Kentucky storytellers featured in the magazine, showcases Pike County’s unique offerings, focusing on the world’s most famous feud. Below is the official press release from the Kentucky department of Travel and Tourism.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 9, 2019) – The Kentucky Department of Tourism announced the release of the 2019 Official Kentucky Visitor’s Guide and the Year of Kentucky Storytellers. The guide features travel tips and stories, narrated by Kentuckians, who share their love for the Bluegrass State through their own personal experiences. In addition to regional highlights, the visitor’s guide focuses on the main pillars of Kentucky tourism: bourbon, food, horses, outdoors, history, music, arts and events.
“Travelers always have a desire to go where the locals recommend and the 2019 guide provides visitors with those insider tips to help plan the perfect Kentucky trip,” Kristen Branscum, Commissioner of the Department of Tourism said. “The local storytellers provide engaging accounts of their own Kentucky experiences, while also highlighting specific activities and places to see while you’re traveling in state.”
This year, the visitor’s guide features each of the nine tourism regions across the state and what makes them unique along with information on attractions, lodging and all the great cities you can visit in a particular region. If it’s a bucket list you are after – this visitor’s guide will help you create one of your own by providing ideas on what to visit while you are here.
The guide is available in its printed version at the state’s seven staffed welcome centers and the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea. Guides can be requested online at kentuckytourism.com or by calling (800) 225-8747. An online version of the guide is also available at kentuckytourism.com.
Hatfield McCoy Gallery
The Kentucky Department of Tourism is an agency within the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, which promotes the Commonwealth as a travel destination. In 2017, Tourism in Kentucky generated an economic impact of more than $15 billion. The Tourism industry supports over 195,000 jobs and generates more than $1.5 billion in taxes.