Take a break from your Christmas break in Danville

Do you have friends or family visiting for the holidays and don’t want to stay cooped up at home? Spend time exploring Danville and make memories together. Take a lap around the skating rink, try to bowl a strike, discover history in miniature form, learn about a famous surgery, or spend time creating art together…

Shop local in Danville this holiday season

Small Business Saturday, observed on the Saturday following Thanksgiving, serves as a reminder to prioritize local businesses during the holiday season. Initiated by American Express in 2010, this day has grown into a nationwide movement, encouraging consumers to shop small and support their communities.   Explore Danville’s Small Businesses: Quaint boutiques: Danville is dotted with…

Big fun planned for Danville’s Small Town Christmas events

The magic of Christmas comes to town on December 2nd and 9th, with several new festive events in store. In this two weekend holiday event series, there is something for every member of the family to enjoy, including visits with Mr. and Mrs. Clause, live music, bounce houses, goodie bags, ornament painting, food trucks, and…

Let your creativity flow in Danville

The Art Center of the Bluegrass has been busy with some big changes recently with the addition of the GLASS National Art Museum but have remained focused on providing opportunities to help you unlock your artistic side and create art of your own. Whether you are a local or in town visiting, check out the…

Gallery Hop bringing artists, live music downtown Nov. 9

Jump start your holiday shopping and enjoy a fun evening in downtown Danville during the Gallery Hop on Thursday, Nov. 9, from 4:30 – 7 p.m. There will be a number of artists set up inside businesses, offering everything from paintings and woodworking items to mixed media and custom handmade jewelry. For updated information and…

Danville Streetscape Project Enhances Downtown Safety and Beauty

Pedestrian safety has never looked so good. With new curb bump-outs to expand and enhance downtown outdoor dining, street and sidewalk lighting, traffic signal poles, trees and flower planters, benches and seating groups for impromptu and unhurried gatherings and other amenities highlighting improved and widened sidewalks, Danville has undergone a beautiful transformation. It is one…

Make Danville your spooky season destination

Danville and Boyle County know how to party. Halloween party, that is. Whether you want to dress up like a ghost, hunt for a real one, or any other of a number of spooky activities for kids through adults, you’re likely to find them happening here, including;  Ghostly Encounters  Historic Merchants Row Ghost Walk Take…

Food blogger highlighting six local eateries in 2023

Kentucky’s top food blogger has a love and a taste for Danville, as you’ll see in his posts about eateries in and around town at www.jcpeats.com JC is a Centre College graduate, so he was already familiar with Danville before starting his food blog and sampling fare from around Kentucky to share online and on…

New museum adds sparkle to Danville’s arts landscape

A national museum showcasing the internationally known and celebrated work of a local artist is opening soon in Danville. Following a ribbon cutting at 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3, the GLASS National Art Museum officially opens to the public on Saturday, Nov. 4. The world-class venue is anchored by the permanent collection of long-time…

Constitution Square Festival returns to Danville this fall

Historic Constitution Square comes alive this September with art, culture, and community spirit for the Constitution Square Festival. The festival brings together artists, artisans, vendors, and families for a full day of celebration and creativity. With over 25 artists and artisans showcasing their talents, a bustling farmer’s market, live music, food trucks, kids’ activities, and…