Delkers Bar & Music Venue and The Alley, Henderson, KY

Posted onNovember 18, 2016
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DELKERS BAR & MUSIC VENUE AND THE ALLEY

Randy Vaughn 

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15107211_10207085113159026_6283065848528037262_nThe Alley is the food service portion of Delkers. It is designed mostly for carry out with limited seating for only 8 people. However it is adjoined with Delkers which is open Monday through Friday at 11:00 am with seating for over 100 people. Serving full menu and full service bar. Hell you might even get Randy to sing you a song. ✌?

 

 

 

Get a FREE Pork Sandwich at Dave’s Sticky Pig in Madisonville, Ky!

Posted onNovember 9, 2015
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“Home of the Best real wood smoked BBQ, Blues Music, and dollar bottled Beer!”

(dollar bottled beer expires 12/15/2015)

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The “Henderson Area Arts Alliance” new website!

Posted onSeptember 1, 2015
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Rosanne Cash in Concert in Henderson this Friday!

Posted onApril 22, 2015
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Folks, you don’t want to miss this one!

“The Henderson Area Arts Alliance!”

“Proudly Presents”

 

Rosanne Cash!

 

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 Rosanne Cash is a 3 time Grammy Award winning songwriter, singer and artist. She’ll be appearing with her husband John Leventhal for an incredible duo acoustic concert in the beautiful McCormick Hall this Friday, April 24th 7pm!

Pre-show acoustic guitar entertainment provided by Spencer Bloodworth and Field & Main Bank is hosting a hospitality suite/sweet with goodies, coffees and teas prior to the show. Tickets are still available for this spectacular show! You don’t want to miss it!

 

Tickets for the event
270.831.9800 (M-F 10am- 4pm)
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Riverbend Food Factory showcased on TriState Homepage!

Posted onJanuary 27, 2015
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Congrats Darren on the new adventure!

>Riverbend Foood factory!<

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Need Insurance help? Give Nibby a call!

Posted onJanuary 12, 2015
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#Insurance

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Christmas in the Park, needs a little Santa Magic

Posted onJanuary 5, 2015
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3 of our Grand kids mailing letters to Santa!

This past Christmas Eve I went downtown to the Christmas in the Park display as we do every year. We have been going there since our kids where little and now they in turn, take their kids and drop off letters to Santa at the North Pole mailbox as they did when they were kids. So it’s been our family tradition that’s a good 20 years old or so…

I remember when our kids were young how the displays were new and lit up. The wooden handmade tractor and the little rocking pigs and such. The giant Castle that used to be there. The three wise men stood watch there too. The Gazebo was always decorated and lit up too. Christmas music was piped in  from speakers located at different points of the displays. The large tall trees were also lit up. A festive time of year and an enjoyment for all. Santa was indeed coming!

This year, as I have noticed for the past couple of years the displays have fallen on hard times. Whether due to neglect, vandalizing or both. I can see the care and attention to detail on all the displays when they were made. The Train still holds up but the big tractor had a wheel broken off it and it was propped up against the display. One of the little wooden pigs had a steering wheel that was left lying to the side. The large trees that are usually lit with all colors of lights were dark. I looked the trees over and the lights where there but not turned on. The little room with the Christmas tree and fireplace display, only half the lights were working on that display. The music was gone. I looked it over, hoping to find out and fix why only part of the lights were on as as my grandkids’ admired it.

Again, it was Christmas Eve. It should have all been on.

This isn’t a complaint. Just an observation. I know there was turn over several years ago between one group that  had taken care of it and it then became I guess the City’s responsibly? But, regardless of who is responsible for it, I wish it could be brought back to its full beautiful capacity. There is so much potential there. It’s a place where kids can come with their parents and see Christmas. Young couples can have their photos taken there. Older couples like me and my wife can walk through there and remember when our kids where young and running from display to display marveling at it all! It’s a place of magic. The new Red door church that is on display there is awesome! That’s what the whole display needs. New life. The hands that crafted those wonderful original displays took pride in it and they need to be repaired. Maybe a small sign dedicated to the original carpenter of each. New ones need to be built.

If there is a problem during the night with vandals, or people getting rowdy, maybe HPD can assign a “Toy Soldier” to stand watch over it. They could have a Toy Soldier room built for him or her so they could keep watch and keep warm.[hmtad name=”Adsense Unit 1″ align=”floatright”]

The “Christmas in the Park” is a wonderful Henderson tradition. I know my family has enjoyed it for a long time. I would like to see it continue and be “brand new” again. Bring back the magic. The Christmas Spirit. The youth in us all. I know I would be willing to help paint some of it if need be. Just holler.

What do you say Hendersonians?

chuck

chuck@kickacts.com

 

R.I.P. Elly May Clampett

Posted onJanuary 2, 2015
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TMZ is reporting that Donna passed away this morning. She recently visited the Henderson Ky area back in May of 2014 at a local church.

From TMZ:

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Donna Douglas — who famously portrayed Elly May Clampett on the legendary 60s TV series “The Beverly Hillbillies” — passed away Thursday at her home in Louisiana with friends and family by her side.

Douglas’ granddaughter confirmed the death to TMZ.

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Donna starred on “The Beverly Hillbillies” for all nine seasons and even returned for the 1981 reunion TV movie.

Douglas also appeared in several other iconic TV series, including “Mister Ed,” “The Twilight Zone,” “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” “Adam 12,” and “Route 66.”

She also co-starred with Elvis Presley in “Frankie and Johnny.”

Douglas filed two famous lawsuits over the years. In the 1990s, she sued Disney claiming they stole the idea for “Sister Act” from her. In 2011, she sued Mattel for making a Barbie doll with her likeness without her permission. She lost the “Sister Act” case and settled the Barbie case.

Donna was 81.
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Elly May Clampett visited Henderson 05/18/2014…  Actually it was Donna Douglas that played the character “Elly May Clampett” on the 60’s sitcom “The Beverly Hillbillies”. She was invited to share and preach at a local church (Calvary Baptist) here. Tim Raber attended the service and took the photograph. Tim said that even at 80 years old she can still whistle like she did on the show! Henderson has been blessed to receive so many famous people over the years!

chuck

 

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Kentucky’s Transylvania University Lip dub “Shake it Off”

Posted onSeptember 10, 2014
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Future leaders of the world having a great time….No Alpha males…lol (jk)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3TXVLvKHv4

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June 21st Fund Raiser for Folks at Christmas time

Posted onJune 11, 2014
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These wonderful people go where no one else wants to go. They do what no one else wants to do. They help the helpless. They feed the hungry. They clothe the unclothed. They also help make Christmas a little better for the ones less fortunate…

 

Jesus walked, they ride Motorcycles…

(click the flyer for more info)

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