Carter Robertson Live at the Badgett Playhouse Grand Rivers

carterrobinsonJoin Carter Robertson for a special acoustic version of her show, “Playin’ on the Tracks-LIVE!” Saturday, April 4 at 7:00PM at the Badgett Playhouse in Grand Rivers, KY.

Enjoy behind the scenes stories & great songs from her years working with Waylon Jennings & the great Jessi Colter!

Vocalist Carter Robertson is no stranger to the music community, singing on such hits as Waylon’s “Are You Ready For the Country,” “Come With Me” and “Luckenbach Texas” to name a few. During the Outlaw Country years she backed up Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter both on the road and in the studio.

She later joined back up with old friends to form the Waymore Blues Band. Some of her studio credits include working with James Taylor, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Graham Nash, Don Was and many others.

Carter’s show is based on her recently released and critically acclaimed book “Playin’ on the Tracks” which has been endorsed by Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and has become part of its historical archives. She is a captivating storyteller, vocalist, and performer.

Visit The Badgett Playhouse website or call the box office at 888-362-4223 for tickets.

Find Carter Robertson’s music, videos and more on her website

“This is a ‘Must see to believe’ modern -day fairy tale. Don’t miss this combination of musical genius with a story to tell. You’ll laugh, cry, and be moved to a different level of perspective.”
Jessi Colter Jennings, iconic singer, songwriter and entertainer

“…From her humble beginnings into the upper echelon of the Country Rock pantheon, Carter’s story keeps you hanging on every good-hearted word.”
Shooter Jennings, Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Entertainer

Registration is Open for 2015 Trail of Tears Century Ride

trailoftearsridePresented by Wood N Wave Bicycles and Watersports!

Calling all Bike riders, sign up now for the Trail of Tears Century Ride.

Event Date: Saturday, October 24, 2015

Distances offered: 100, 48, 32, and 16 Mile!

The Route: The Trail of Tears Century (100 mile) is an impressive road route that takes you through rural Livingston County, KY. At approximately mile 35, you will travel the original Trail of Tears route, passing Mantle Rock. Then you will ride along the Ohio River with beautiful views and a short chance to recover from the near 3000 ft. of climbing you did in the first 50 miles! Then on to more hills and a very rewarding finish back in Grand Rivers.

For those who don’t feel 100 miles is what they are looking for, rides will be offered at 48, 32, and 16 miles also. These routes are shorter, but rest assured, the 48 and 32 mile routes are no joke and will challenge you plenty! The 16 mile route is for beginners and offers an enjoyable ride through rural Livingston County.

100% of the proceeds benefit the Livingston Central Cross Country Team and Healing Projects, a non profit orphan ministry

Awesome SWAG for pre-registered riders: Long Sleeve Shirt, Grab Bag, Door Prizes, Finisher Prizes (100 and 48 mile).

Register Now:

Calling All Quilters

quilt13.6Join us in Grand Rivers, Kentucky, April 22 – 25, 2015 for the 17th Annual Spring Festival & Quilt Show. This regional show runs concurrent with the American Quilters Show in Paducah, KY and features new and antique quilts.

View New and Antique Quilts and Wall Hangings on display, enter the Tulip patterned quilt raffle, Visit with vendors inside and out. Make sure you vote for your favorite quilt and wall hanging. Your vote selects our show and money winners.

Grand Rivers is located only 30 minutes from Paducah and is also home to the award winning Patti’s 1880′s Restaurant and Settlement, and the Badgett Playhouse featuring Variety! Music, Memories and More and other special musical productions throughout the year.

17th Annual Spring Festival & Quilt Show Dates & Times:

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 9:00 a.m. – 6:00p.m.
Thursday, April 23, 2015 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday, April 24, 2015 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 25, 2015 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Location: Grand Rivers Community Center

Directions: Take I-24 KY Exit #31 and follow the signs three miles to Grand Rivers.

$3.00 donation accepted at the door.

What our show visitors say:
“I love that I can get up close to view the quilts and stitching”
“You vendors have excellent prices, I love shopping at your show”

For More Information:

General Inquires may Call 888-493-0152.

Want to be a Vendor?
For Vendor information call Pat Gorbett 270-362-3377

Want to enter a Quilt?
To enter a Quilt, Call Pat Jones at 270-362-4631
Viewers Choice Awards: First Place Quilt will win $500, Second Place $250, and Third Place $100. First Place Wall Hanging will win $75, Second Place $50, and Third Place $25.

Plan Your Spring Break Trip to Land Between The Lakes

LBLrapSpring is right around the corner! Plan your Spring Break trip to Land Between The Lakes today!

Check out these fun activities to do at the Nature Station during your children’s Spring Break Weeks March 11—April 12!

There’s tons to see and do every day at Nature Station. You can get up close and personal with the natural world — gaze into a great horned owl’s eyes, strut along with our wild turkey, or watch for our elusive red wolves.

Spring Break Programs

Live Owl Encounter 2pm—Wed., Mar. 11; Fri., Mar. 20; Fri., Apr. 3; Mon., Apr. 6

Talkin’ Turkeys 2pm—Thu., Mar. 12; Wed., Mar. 25; Tue., Apr. 7

For Goodness Snakes 2pm—Fri., Mar. 13; Thu., Mar. 26; Wed., Apr. 8

St. Patty and the Snakes 11:30am—Sat., Mar. 14

St. Patrick’s Day Animal Parade 2pm—Sat., Mar. 14

Dinnertime for Red Wolves 2pm—Wed., Mar. 18; Fri., Mar. 27; Thu., Apr. 9

Totally Tubular Turtles 2pm—Thu., Mar. 19; Thu., Apr. 2; Fri., Apr. 10

Taming the Wild: Kids Outdoor Skills 2pm—Sat., Mar. 21

Girl Scout Day at Nature Station 10am-3pm—Sat., Mar. 28

Nature’s Tricksters 2pm—Wed., Apr. 1

Geocaching 101 1pm—Sat., Apr. 4

Egg Hunt 10am-4pm—Apr. 4

The Habits of Rabbits 2pm—Sun., Apr. 5

The Voice: Animal Edition 11:30am—Sat., Apr.11

How Much is that Critter in the Window: Choosing a Good Pet 2pm—Sun., Apr. 12

Nature Station serves as a gateway to the 8,500-acre Woodlands Nature Watch Area. Take an easy family-friendly hike or relax with a picnic lunch.

Land Between The Lakes Nature Station is located at 3146 Silver Trail Road Grand Rivers, KY 42045
270-924-2299 | Groups 270-924-2020 |

For a complete Calendar of Events visit

What’s happening this March in Land Between the Lakes

lblsignagejpgThe following attractions and facilities previously scheduled to open for the season March 4, will now re-open Wednesday, March 11, weather permitting:
• North and South Welcome Stations
• Woodland Nature Station and Homeplace-1850 living history farm,
• Developed Campgrounds – Energy Lake, Hillman Ferry, Piney, and Wranglers
At this time, the Golden Pond Visitor Center Planetarium and Elk & Bison Prairie are open daily, weather permitting.

Golden Pond Planetarium – March 1-31. Located inside the Golden Pond Visitor Center offers full-dome views of the night sky. The Planetarium presents a variety of programs throughout the day. Organized groups of ten or more may schedule shows by calling 270-924-2020. Daily Planetarium Shows: Adults $5; Children $3. Monday-Friday shows run at 10AM, 12, 1, 2, 3, & 4pm. Saturday and Sunday shows run at 10AM, 11, 12, 1, 2, 3, & 4pm.

Homeplace – March 11-31, Wednesdays-Sunday from 10AM until 4PM
This Living History Museum represents a two-generation farm. When you visit the Homeplace, you will see interpreters in period clothing going about their daily chores. You’ll find the perfect blend of artifacts, restored historic structures, and traditional seasonal activities to step you back in time to relive life on the farm before the Civil War.

Nature Station – March 11-31, Wednesday-Sunday from 10AM until 5PM.
Fun animal programs happen every day at the Nature Station. Get up close and personal with the natural world at Land Between The Lakes environmental education attraction. Nestled in the woods between Honker and Hematite Lakes, the Nature Station serves as a gateway to the 8,500-acre Nature Watch Area.

Check out their full calender at