The newly created living history theatrical production, “Voices From the Past,” sponsored by Wakefield-Scearce Galleries in partnership with the Shelby County Community Theatre, is scheduled for one special evening, Saturday, Sept. 8, at Historic Science Hill....

A cobbler by any other name – and the list includes crisp, crumble, Betty, buckle, grunt, slump, sonker, pandowdy and bird’s nest pudding – is still a dessert based on fresh, seasonal fruit and berries. ...

Shop local.  Eat fresh food.  Hug a farmer. It’s a bumper sticker in the making. It’s also what you’ll be doing when you visit either of Shelby County’s two Farmers’ Markets any Saturday this season....

The Shelbyville Horse Show was built to do two things: show Saddlebred horses to a lot of non Saddlebred people and create community support and excitement for the show – and this show more than achieves these goals every year....

As the largest of Shelby County’s water ways Guist Creek Lake is one of its best kept secrets. With fishing, boating and canoeing all available your serene escape to nature will be full of excitement. So who will you take with you?   ...

Several new activities join The BOOM! festivities this year, including face painting and balloon twisting from 6-9 p.m. and a 7 p.m. Wagon Parade. Also new is The Retro Show. Located at the fireplace at The Shoppes, this show is all about old-school music, with...

Ride the rural routes in Shelbyville and Simpsonville for stunning scenery and outdoor adventure. Pedal your way across Shelby County on miles and miles of newly opened, scenic bike trails....

Ride the rural routes in Shelbyville and Simpsonville for stunning scenery and outdoor adventure. Pedal your way across Shelby County on miles and miles of newly opened, scenic bike trails....

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