Tobacco War Pilgrimage Set for September 26th-27th Greenway System (Rail Trail) Ribbon Cutting Set for September 27th Beautification Commission Photo Contest Downtown Farmers Market
Tobacco War Pilgrimage Set for September 26th-27th
Greenway System (Rail Trail) Ribbon Cutting & Mayor's Walk Set for September 27th
Beautification Commission Photo Contest
Downtown Farmers Market is Open on Wednesdays & Saturdays from 7AM–1PM
African American History Cell Phone Tour
“NatureFest” at Jeffers’ Bend Set for September 20th
Martha Redbone Roots Project: Live at the Alhambra on September 5th
City to Celebrate Major Upgrades to Downtown Parks on August 19th
Mayor Dan Kemp with City Council
Marking Time: Restoration of the Hopkinsville Town Clock
Jeffers' Bend Take Kids Fishing Day Set for May 24th
Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center is Open for the Summer
To Kill a Mockingbird Showing at the Alhambra on July 27th
Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar Set for March 28th-30th
Super Hero Generosity of City Staff Recognized
Women’s History Awards Ceremony Set for March 27th
Youth Art Month Exhibit on Display March 4th–28th
Race to Educate 5K Fun Run Set for April 12th
Retirement Reception for Police Chief Guy Howie Set for August 5th
Stars & Promises Follow the Star Concert Set for December 19th at the Alhambra
Order the H is for Hopkinsville Alphabet Book
WHOP'er Egg Hunt Set for April 19th
64th Annual Rotary Auction Set for April 21st-26th
Healthy Kids & Earth Day Celebration Set for April 26th
Little River Days Festival Set for May 15th-17th
Steep Canyon Rangers at the Alhambra on June 13th
Hoptown Hoppers Summer Camp Schedule
African American Heritage Breakfast Set for February 22nd
Hopkinsville Soap Box Derby Set for June 14th
New Municipal Building Dedication, Ribbon Cutting & Tours on September 16th
Paws & Pasta Benefit for Animal Welfare Organizations Set for June 21st
2014 Western KY State Fair Set for June 27th-July 5th
Supper in the Cemetery: Dessert with the Dead Set for May 31st
September Yard of the Month Winners
27th Annual Trail of Tears Pow Wow Set for September 6th-7th
Rail Trail Ceremonial Groundbreaking Set for June 27th
5th Annual KiteFest Set for March 8th
International Festival Set for March 7th-8th
Veterans Day Honor Parade Set for November 9th
A Day with Trains at the Pennyroyal Museum Set for December 28th
2014 NAACP Program for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Christmas Parade Rescheduled for December 14th
Pennyrile Polar Express & Christmas Tree Lighting Set For December 14th
Lone Star Championship Rodeo Set for August 15th-16th
Next Movie in the Park Set for September 12th at Westside Park
Kelly Little Green Men Days Festival Set for August 15th-16th
Cinderella at the Alhambra on March 6th-9th
Identify Theft Prevention Shred Day Set for May 2nd

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Rail Trail Official Opening Kicks Off at September 27th Event

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Mayor's Unity Breakfast Set for October 23rd

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The City of Hopkinsville was settled in 1796 by a North Carolina couple, Bartholomew and Martha Ann Wood. Hopkinsville, the seat of Christian County, has since grown to a population of 32,966 making it the 6th largest city in Kentucky.

Located a short drive from Land Between the Lakes; Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park; Nashville, TN; Fort Campbell, KY; Paducah, KY; and Evansville, IN, Hopkinsville has tremendous access to the arts, cultural and sporting events, shopping, and recreational opportunities while maintaining a strong sense of local community.