South Central Kentucky
Cultural Center

A Trip Back in Time!

The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center is dedicated to telling the story of the people, places and events that make up the geographic area known as the "Barrens" - Metcalfe, Allen, Hart and Monroe Counties, as well as Barren County. The museum is housed in the old Kentucky Pants factory in downtown Glasgow.

Open House for the Nunn Photos taken by Glasgow native, Winston Nunn will be will be Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at the SCKCC from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm. The display will be on the second floor of the SCKCC in the Christeen Snavely Art Gallery. .

Janice McLeod was involved in Newcomers Club & a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church when she was living in Glasgow. Janice will be at the SCKCC on September 13, 2014, a Saturday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm to tell how she got started writing, then she will read aloud one of her short stories, & then sign books. Her new book titled "Bridges", short stories will be on sale at the SCKCC.

1910 Model "G" Reo Runabout

This car was purchased in Nashville, Tennessee for $650.00 in 1910. It was the first car in Warren County, Kentucky and was shipped via the L&M Railraod. Dr. W. C. Williams of Smiths Grove was the purchaser. Later, Harold Vaught bought the car at the estate sale of Mr. Harry Ennis in Bowling Green in 1976. The car is presently on display on the first floor of the lobby.

Please stop by to get your elongated pennies with our new machine! We have four different types, they are $1.00 each plus your penny.

Here is what the pennies look like:

A Trip Back in Time!

South Central Kentucky Cultural Center

Monday - Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Saturday 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

200 West Water Street

Glasgow, Kentucky 42141

Phone: 270.651.9792

e-mail: sckculturalcenter@glasgow-ky.com

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