This week the Troublesome Boys meet up with our neighbors down the street at the Appalachian Artisan Center to discuss their work, specifically the Culture of Recovery program that is bringing recovery, healing, and hope through the arts. One of their most recent graduates, the "Cowboy Weaver" Anthony Carter also joins to share his story, how weaving and art have helped him through the recovery process, and what it is like being an apprentice to the legendary Bob Young.
Corey - @coreydterry
Appalachian Writer's Workshop - July 19th - 23rd with nightly livestream readings and keynote speech at 7:30.
Prime Time Reading: Each Tuesday from 4:00-6:00 : A free educational family fun night with Hindman Settlement School. The literacy-focused event will be held at the Mike Mullins Cultural Heritage Center on the Settlement School's historic campus. Each participating family will receive one free book to take home, a free dinner, and a free storytelling session.
Knott County Farmer's Markets happening now every Tuesday from 4:00-6:00 and will begin opening on Fridays in July from 10:00-12:00
Donor Recognition & Gratitude
Julie Shrader for the awesome mug!
Francis Hopkinson Chapter DAR out of New Jerkey sponsored two kids for the Imagination Library. You can too for $35!
Marianne Worthington sent books for the James Still Cottage from our Amazon Wish List
We received a grant from the Kentucky Colonels to purchase 10 DSLR cameras for our upcoming Hindman Photography After School Club.