Historic Sterns Features LCW wines in their newest restaurant!

Historic Stearns Culture Experience

Saturday, September 24th, 2016.  Board the Big South Fork Scenic Railway at 11:00 am for a 3 hour trip. Your day begins with a 45min excursion into the Daniel Boone National Forest & Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area. Stop for a 1 ½ hour layover at the Blue Heron Coal Mining Camp. Once returning you make your way to the Clubhouse Restaurant for your 3:00 pm booking of the Wine Education Extravaganza. Guest speaker is Wine Master, Norrie Wake, the owner of Lake Cumberland Winery. Norrie will be speaking on the History & Art of Drinking Wine. Event includes Wine, Cheese, and Crackers. Must be 21+ to attend. To finish the day by going to the McCreary County Museum at 6:00 pm advance viewing of the Living History and Storytelling Event, Night at the Museum. Visitors will get to brush elbows with some characters from local and regional history, as museum docents guide groups through exhibits as the exhibits themselves come to life and tell stories.   Full day package price is $50.00 per person.
If the full package doesn’t meet your needs please give us a call for additional options 1-800-462-5664
Come and see Historic Sterns' newest restaurant!

Arts/Craft Fair at the Winery

1st Annual
Arts/Craft Fair at the Winery
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sponsored by 
South Central Arts Council
for more information visit:

South Central Arts Council 1st Annual Arts/Craft Fair – Lake Cumberland Winery, 122 Cedar Lane Farm, Monticello, KY, 10am. The event, in keeping with the council’s mission, is open to all residents and will support all art forms-dance, music, theater and the visual arts. Make plans now to participate and/or enjoy the SCAC’s first art and craft fair at the picturesque Cedar Lane Farm and Lake Cumberland Winery. Call 606-340-3177, 606-348-5253, email krhoneycutt27@windstream.net or visit the Arts Council Facebook page or www.lakecumberlandwinery.com.

Great time was had by all!  We solved who "dun in"  Clyde on Friday night and who "took care of" the Mayor of Mayberry on Saturday night.  

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Thanks to all who came!