RiverRunArtGallery, 449 Main St., in Carrollton is offering a lunch and learn every Friday at noon in April. Participants are invited to bring a lunch if they choose and watch as Sharon Graves, local artist and gallery owner teaches them about painting. Classes are free. There will be no lunch and learn on Friday, April 24.
Carroll County Area Technology Center will host a healthcare expo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 18. See what local healthcare services are available in the area. The CCATC is located at 1704 Highland Ave., Carrollton.
Healthcare students will be available to provide blood pressure screenings, and different businesses will be on hand to provide information and to answer questions. If you are a business and would like to attend, contact Candy Gibson or Kristie Beatty at (502) 732-4479 or email Candice.Gibson@carroll.kyschools.us or Kristie.Beatty@carroll.kyschools.us.
News-Democrat readers who traveled to Nashville for the SEC Tournament or to Louisville for the NCAA Tournament to see the University of Kentucky men’s basketball team play sent in their photos from the stands.
The Carroll County Public Library will be presenting the Mary Ann Gentry Memorial Art Show during the months of April and May.
The annual show consists of framed or mounted paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs and multimedia items. New artist are welcome as well as those who have participated in previous years. In order to provide enough space they will accept two pieces per owner, not previously displayed.
Over the decades and centuries, family lines have traversed from county to county or across state lines. That is just as true of ancestors who moved between Carroll and Trimble counties in Kentucky to (or from) Jefferson and Switzerland counties in Indiana.
So, if you can trace your relatives back and forth across this portion of the Ohio River, you may be in luck.