Valentines on the Hill – Feb. 9, 2024

         The Olive Hill Center for Arts & Heritage is hosting its annual “Valentines on the Hill” event on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024. Dinner will be served and includes spaghetti, alfredo, breadsticks, salad, and a dessert. Drinks include water, tea, and coffee. Doors open at 6 p.m. for dinner, the show starts at 7 p.m.

         This annual show features local talent performing a variety of “love” themed songs and skits. Angela Fultz, Amy Greene, Christopher Stephens, Debbie Harman, Elaine Brunelle, Norm Brunelle, Madison Caplinger, Josh Caplinger, Greg Collinsworth, Tiffany Kennedy, Kiersten Harris, WCHS/OHCAH Choir, along with Kayla Middleton directing a performance piece featuring our local children.

         The event originated with “Love Our New Beginnings,” which started after the last phase of renovations was completed nearly a decade ago. The third floor of the historic Olive Hill High School was refurbished to house the Olive Hill branch of the Carter County Public Library.

         Dinner tickets are $25 per adult and $10 per child. Dinner tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, Feb. 7. Show-only tickets are free, with a $10 donation request. We offer show-only tickets for free to help break down financial barriers for those who might be interested in attending our events but might not otherwise be able to afford to come. We ask for a $10 donation if you come to the show, but it is in no way required to come to view the show. Show-only tickets are available online or at the door.

         Tickets can be purchased online, by phone (606) 207-1480 opt. 2, or by visiting the ticketing office at the Center at 120 Comet Drive in Olive Hill, Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

         The Olive Hill Center for Arts & Heritage is a 501©3 charitable organization and relies on the support of patrons, donors, grants, and event rental income to help maintain our historic facility and sustain our programming in an affordable, equitable manner.

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