It's time for all the ghouls and creeps to slither out of their crypts and march down Main Street! It's the Zombie Parade and this year it's ON HALLOWEEN! After you trick-or-treat, join us for a fun-filled romp through the streets of Hyden. Come in your best Zombie garb, or any costume you wish, and celebrate Halloween in Hyden! We are asking for a $1 donation from every participant to go to the Leslie County Communty Foundation!
A wonderful Leslie County tradition is returning this Halloween; The Ghost Walk is back! Join us for an evening of spooky stories and family fun! Local story tellers will share their tales at various creepy locations around town on this walking tour. All proceeds from the event will go to the Leslie County 4-H and the Leslie County Community Foundation! For more information or to reserve your spot, email Joel at email@example.com!
Bring your little Ghost and Goblin to Hyden Citizens Bank on October 27 for a free pumpkin decorating party! Starting at 4:30, this free community event is just one way Hyden Citizens Bank celebrates Halloween! Hope to see you there!
The Courier Program at Frontier Nursing University will be having a community cookout on June 4 @ 7pm. It will be held at the Livery at Wendover, and everyone in the community is invited to come meet the 2017 Couriers! Light refreshments will be provided. If you would like to attend, please email Kiersten White at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kiersten at (859) 899-2704 to RSVP.
Join us for our Monthly Chamber of Commerce Meeting held at Hyden Citizens Bank's Main Office in beautiful downtown Hyden. The Meeting will begin at Noon and typically lasts until 2pm. If you are interested in coming, we'd love to have you.
Join us for our 2nd Annual Zombie Parade. Dress in your finest undead garb, paint your face to look like a ghoul and prepare to lurch your way down Main St. in downtown Hyden, KY. This is a free event and is part of the great Halloween festivities sponsored by Hyden Citizens Bank, the Hyden-Leslie County Chamber of Commerce and the Leslie County Community Foundation.