'Kentucky's premier home for Ballroom and Latin Dance'
The Henry Clay Memorial Foundation exists to promote the legacy of Henry Clay, to share his continued relevance locally and nationally as a great statesman and to preserve his beloved “Ashland” as a testament to his life and his love of Kentucky and the country.
Lexington’s Premier Hatchet-Throwing Destination
As the very first rickhouse tenant, Battle Axes, LLC is proud to call the James E. Pepper Distillery our home. We are located at 1170 Manchester Street, Suite 160, on the side with the giant mural.
Want to hit the town but not sure where to go? Start with the walkable, historic Pepper Campus in the Lexington Distillery District near downtown Lexington.
Situated on the banks of the Town Branch Creek, just west of the Lexington Center and Rupp Arena, the unique Pepper Campus includes a diverse mix of restaurants, bars, distilleries, breweries, a dessert lounge, an arcade, live music, and now: indoor hatchet throwing!
At Battle Axes we offer casual throwing, league play, corporate events, and private parties.
Over 70 canned beers and ciders (half of which are Kentucky Proud), soda, bottled water, and snack foods are available for purchase.
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Lexington's oldest bar, located in the heart of Chevy Chase since 1933.
Debra's Social $timulus hosts festive and informative gatherings that feature really cool things going on in Lexington. Through these events, we connect local initiatives, talent, great food and stimulating conversations. Every event is at a different location, free and open to the public.
The Lexington Film League is a collaborative effort bringing together diverse audiences with common interest in digital media, film and digital culture. We support and promote the cinematic arts as both an art form and a civic forum in Lexington and throughout Kentucky. We believe that through these efforts we will create a community that fully embraces and supports all aspects of filmmaking.
1712 Twain Ridge Dr.
We are a local to Lexington company that provides live trivia to bars and restaurants and for private events and parties. We offer general knowledge and themes and can write shows for all ages and occasions.
March Madness Marching Band is an all-volunteer, community-building organization disguised as a marching band, bringing joyous performance to charity events and festivals around the region and beyond. We are professional artists, dedicated amateurs, and spirited children who captivate crowds through music and movement! MMMB welcomes performers of all ages and skill levels to our weekly rehearsals.
Originally formed to represent Local First Lexington (LFL) in Lexington’s 2008 downtown Christmas Parade, MMMB evolved into an independent tax exempt organization. Through delirious performance that captivates and engages audiences, we created a moving metaphor for the diverse talents of Central Kentucky. We raise awareness about charitable, civic, and cultural activities by drawing a crowd and energizing those events. We have also performed at music festivals beyond Central Kentucky—as close as Louisville and Somerset, and as far away as Austin, TX and Detroit, MI.
The Roller Derby of Central Kentucky (ROCK) league is Lexington, Kentucky’s Women’s Flat Track Roller Derby league. It is a non-profit business that fosters athletic growth and sportswomanship in it’s members and gives back to the community. For many women, roller derby is their first team sport and athletic endeavor. The skaters in ROCK train daily to perform at their highest levels to win bouts and give spectators a great sporting experience. This is evidenced by a very loyal and ever growing fan base. As a proud member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), ROCK’s finest skaters compete at home, regionally, and nationally against other high caliber teams.
Not just a sports team, ROCK is a registered non-profit business that is committed to enhancing the fabric of the unique city that is Lexington. ROCK gives time and money to several local charities (including Toys for Tots, Wounded Warriors, and the Lexington Humane Society) and partners with local businesses whenever possible. ROCK can also be seen in local newspapers, on newscasts, heard on radio stations, and spotted at local events such as parades, store openings, and charity events.
Your neighborhood publishing company - bringing you the Chevy Chaser and Southsider Magazines and Business Lexington.