The Berea Food Bank and Berea College’s CELTS program have worked together for almost 30 years. Listen in to hear about both the Food Bank’s history and services as well as how the CELTS program serves both the college students and our community.
Berea’s Jereme Zimmerman is a national expert on several sustainability topics and the go-to person on making Mead. Jereme joins Troy on this episode to talk about his craft and becoming a national expert while living in Berea.
Geocaching is awesome and Berea hosts an annual Geotour the third weekend of October. Click the green play button above and listen as Troy and Della talk to Jennifer Napier about this event and the joys of Geocaching.
A Shake Shack is coming to Boone and Chestnut! Listen in for the inside scoop on this new addition to our town. We literally were driving by the Coming Soon sign and thought we would go in and ask about what was going on. We met some nice people with some mouthwatering news!
If there is something you would like to know more about, odds are it will be covered at this year’s Know-It-All Festival! Listen to hear about Birdwatching and the Didgeridoo, two topics covered in 2017.
Below is a link to the Library’s homepage. Go there to learn more before the First Saturday in October.
This week we look at three instances of what the internet says is weird about Berea. Not ‘Weird’ like Austin, Texas; but weird like Bigfoot and perplexing archaeological evidence!
Definitely click above to listen to this week’s episode.
Below are the links and pictures mentioned:
Here are the pictures Michael shared of the crouching Bigfoot he saw at the Pinnacles. This is an extreme close-up of a section of the picture further below. You may have difficulty making it out at first, but it does look like a human-like shape in shadows with a lighted outline… Click on the image and zoom in…
Here is the larger picture that shows the context of the sighting…
Here is the original Patterson/Gimlin film of Bigfoot
Here is a link that discusses the Rockcastle County Footprints as a possible unexplained discovery:
Sustainable Berea and community partners are addressing the Opioid Crisis. Listen to hear about how working with the soil and each other are offering support for those wanting to break their addictions.
We spent a lovely evening with our Tourism Commission and other concerned citizens. The discussion about Tourism, Murals, and Outdoor Concerts was so engaging that we thought we would share it with you!
While it is a long episode, every second is worth it.
Here are some links that go along with what was discussed during the meeting: