The annual boat show is a fun and FREE event, perfect for browsing or for occupying the kids. There are plenty of boats for sale, but the event also features outdoor seminars, kid's activities, sporting goods and more. Find out more information at www.wkyboatshow.com.
2. Catch a Racer basketball game
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Various dates CFSB Center
Nothing is more fun than getting dressed up in your blue and gold wear and cheering the Racers to victory at a packed CFSB Center. To view the schedule, visit www.goracers.com.
3. See a play
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Various dates Lovett Auditorium or Playhouse in the Park
Campus Lights is performing Hairspray, while The Little Mermaid and The Glass Menagerie will be at Playhouse in the Park. These are all sure to be great performances that will take you far, far away from the winter weather, and transport you to another place and time, at least for a couple hours. For dates and ticket info, visit tourmurray.com.
Various dates Kenlake State Resort Park or Land Between the Lakes
There's a chill in the air but beauty in the sky during the Eagle Watching Tours, taking place in January and February near Kentucky Lake. Spot a majestic bird from the comfort of a yacht or van. Eagle watching tours are available from Kenlake State Resort Park or Land Between the Lakes.
Be inspired while listening to Martin Luther King III speak at historic Lovett Auditorium on the 60th anniversary of desegregation at Murray State. This event is free to the public. Click here for more information.
6. Attend Bull Blowout
February 12-13 Bill Cherry Expo Center
What could be more exciting than a rodeo? Get your cowboy hat and boots and prepare to watch some bull riding and barrel racing. For more info on Bull Blowout, call the Bill Cherry Expo Center at (270) 809-3125.
7. Test your smarts at Trivia Night
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February 19 Murray Banquet Center
Got useless knowledge? Use it to win prizes and have a blast at Murray Main Street's annual Trivia Night. For more information or to reserve your table, call Murray Main Street at (270) 759-9474.
8. Freeze for a reason at Polar Plunge
February 20 Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park
Who would want to volunteer to jump into a freezing cold lake in February? The answer is- a lot of people! All because it raises money for a very important cause, the Special Olympics. Get signed up now at www.soky.org.