This week, Historic Downtown Hopkinsville announced many spring activities happening in the Downtown Renaissance District through the rest of April and into the beginning of May, in a recent publication.

In the publication, Historic Downtown shared that it had been a year since its last publication and commended the community’s initiative to support local businesses.

“It’s been a long year since our last publication, and a LONG year, we might add,” the publication said.

“We are so happy to see additional activity in the Downtown Renaissance District — and our entire community — for that matter.

“We salute you for your continued support of our small businesses, and we salute them for their resilience, determination, creativity and positive attitudes.”

Following that statement, Downtown Hopkinsville is excited to make the public aware of several Spring activities happening in the downtown area throughout the remainder of April and the beginning of May.

There are several events going on downtown today, with Saturday Morning Bird Walks on the Rail Trail starting at 8 a.m. and led by members of the Little River Audubon Chapter.

The walk is free and open to the public and will begin at the North Drive Parking Lot of the Rail Trail. To register for the walk, call 270-886-8078 or email There will be a second walk on Saturday, May 1.

Also available today, and every Saturday in April, is the Giving is Always in Fashion pop-up shop presented by the Perfect Closet and Pennyroyal Arts Council located at 110 E. 6th St. from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The pop-up shop offers gently used clothing, accessories and handbags and 50% of all sales are donated to the shopper’s choice of the following charities: Boys and Girls Club, Grace and Mercy or Aaron McNeil House, Inc.

The Studio 3’s Spring Shop Local Weekend continues today from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is located at 201 E. 9th St.

The 71st Rotary Auction ends today located at the War Memorial Building downtown. You can bid on items by calling 270-885-7500. The event is also being live streamed online at hopkinsville

Tuesday, April 27, is slated for several events to choose from in the downtown area.

Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County’s museum book club is hosting “Food for Thought” at noon and features a short story and poetry selections by Robert Penn Warren.

“Books at the Bar” hosted by the Hopkinsville Brewing Company Book Club is hosting a reading of a book titled “The Vanishing Half” at Hopkinsville Brewing Company located at 102 E. 5th St. beginning at 6 p.m.

Books for the event are available for check out at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library.

Moving on to Wednesday, April 28, Sanctuary, Inc. is hosting Denim Day, in which Sanctuary is encouraging everyone to wear denim to show that clothes do not have the ability to give consent.

Main Street Tavern will be hosting Thursday Themed Tavern Trivia every Thursday night beginning at 7 p.m.

This Thursday, April 29, will be “The Office” themed. The Tavern asks that you call 270-484-5066 for reservations. Winners receive a prize.

Finally, every Friday the Hopkinsville Walking Group will be holding walks on the Greenway Rail Trail at 8:30 a.m.

All of the Greenway walks start at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library.

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