This week’s cover story highlights plenty of options for this weekend’s Fourth of July celebration, but we wanted to highlight one of our favorites in The Dish: Crescent Hill’s Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Art Fair and Music Festival.
The two-day event begins at 10 a.m. Sunday, July 3, at The Peterson-Dumesnil House, 301 South Peterson Ave., and ends with a fireworks show at 10 p.m. on Monday, July 4.
Festivities include live music, a food court, plenty of kids activities, including a corn hole obstacle course, a cake wheel, a pet show, an antique car parade, a silent auction and a 5K Fun Run on Monday morning.
Free parking is available at designated parking lots at the Southern Baptist Seminary.
Go to www.CrescentHillArtAndMusicFestival.com for more information.
A ‘Reel’ Good Cause
Dr. Anna Perry and Dr. Martin Segal of Advanced Dental Care will sponsor a fly-fishing school for women from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 9, at 8305 Cedar Creek Road. The class – taught entirely by female instructors – will include lessons on fly-fishing, fly selection and casting and catch instructions. Equipment and box lunches will be provided.
The cost is $125 and limited to the first 24 women who apply. All proceeds go to Casting for Recovery, a nonprofit organization that offers fly-fishing retreats for women who have or have had breast cancer.
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Angie Fenton is Managing Editor of The Voice-Tribune, a Blue Equity company. She is also an entertainment correspondent for WHAS11′s new morning show, “Great Day Live!”, which debuted August 22 on Louisville’s ABC affiliate. Additionally, Angie is an entertainment correspondent for the Saturday Morning Show with Ron ‘n’ Mel Fisher on 84WHAS (840 AM) and has served in the same capacity for Churchill Downs, the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks; Breeders’ Cup; and Circuit of the Americas during the Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix in November 2012. Angie also serves as an emcee, host, voiceover professional and on-camera commercial talent.
Angie has a bachelor’s and master’s in English from Central Michigan University and began her career as an adjunct professor at her alma mater. She is the youngest of five — four of whom were adopted, including Angie, and none of whom are biologically related. She is also a Michigan native who moved to Kentucky in June 2002. Angie is owned by two dogs — Herbie and Yoda — and feels lucky to have loved and been loved by many more, including Pooch, Jessie, Onyx, Jack and Big Bud, who took his last breath on Christmas Day 2012.