Natasha's Bistro Event Calendar

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Tuesday Oct 6th @ 6pm Almost Home - Movie Screening
Almost Home - Movie Screening Film Screening::Lexington Premiere
Silver Hills Pictures is proud to announce that the faith-based feature film "Almost Home" has been awarded the Faith Friendly For All Ages seal of approval from the Dove Foundation.

The film, award three out of five Doves, was picked up for distribution by Rock Rapids, Iowa-based film distributor Bridgestone Multimedia Group, a division of Glynlyon, Inc. and is set for a domestic DVD release date of October 6, 2015.

Shot in 2014 in Kentucky and southern Indiana, "Almost Home" tells the story of Rachel and her grandfather Doyle, who go off on an adventure and get lost while walking to the grocery store to find her mother Valerie. As friends, neighbors and the police search, Valerie prays for their return before dark. Lost in the countryside, Rachel and Doyle try to find their way home.

The film stars Bella Mancuso of Lexington, Ky., as Rachel, Louisville-based actor John Lina as Doyle and Erica House of Lexington as Valerie.

Free Admission
Friday Oct 9th @ 9pm Rakadu
Rakadu World::Dance
Join us for an evening of live world music and dances from the Middle East, North Africa, and Spain.
Rakadu has been capturing the imaginations of audiences locally and nationally since 1998 with their unique blend of Middle Eastern, Turkish, North African folkloric and Indian influenced dancing. Whether they are performing on a large stage or in an intimate cafe setting, the result is a show packed with beauty. Let them take you on a magic carpet ride!

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Cover: $5.00
Saturday Oct 10th @ 11am Jam Brunch: LexJam Acoustic Cafe
Jam Brunch: LexJam Acoustic Cafe Acoustic::Jam
Open jam session with Brunch. Rock, blues, pop, country, jazz, ambient. Bring your own (small) amps, drum kits welcome with prior notice. Congas, keyboard, and sound system provided. On-stage group evolves as players/vocalists are invited to sign-in and sit in. If you have charts, bring them!
Acoustic set from 11am-3pm. New Saturday menu served 11-2.

Free Admission
Saturday Oct 10th @ 8pm The Bats
The Bats Cabaret::Comedy::Ensemble

Bringing together the seven diverse talents known as The Bats has netted a genre that can best be described as cabaret meets rock and roll... and everything in between. The five meddlesome women and two foolhardy men of this distinctive group embrace musical styles ranging from goofy to poignant. United by the angst and joys of middle age, they bare their souls onstage, singing of love lost and found, the perks and stings of growing bolder, and of life's best and worst moments. Whether covering other artists' material or singing their own original tunes, The Bats rock the stage with tight vocal harmonies and skillful musicianship, wit and sophistication, energy and creativity... then they throw in props and choreography for good measure! They sing, they dance, they yodel, & they won't stop, even if you ask them to.
The "Bats experience" is unique, smart, fun, lively, refreshing, and most of all entertaining. Don't miss it!

Tickets must be purchased through the Box Office, Monday- Friday, 10am-4pm. 859-259-2754

Tickets: $10.00
Sunday Oct 11th @ 4pm Bluegrass Sundays: Natasha's Indoor Bluegrass Festival
Bluegrass Sundays: Natasha's Indoor Bluegrass Festival Bluegrass
The Wooks are a young and energetic progressive bluegrass band. The band consists of Arthur Hancock on Banjo, CJ Cain on Guitar, Galen Green on Mandolin, Jesse Wells on Fiddle and Roddy Puckett on Bass. All of the band members are excellent musicians and singers and all members are allowed to showcase his talents. They are in the process of recording their debut CD in Nashville TN. They will play a lot of original tunes that will be included on the CD as well as some great covers from artists like Robert Earl Keen, Bruce Springsteen, Grateful Dead and Tyler Childers.

Chris Shouse (23 String Band) and his wife Jennifer will open the show. Chris was the guitar player and lead singer for the 23 String Band. The 23 String Band is very familiar with Lexington area having played the Festival of the Bluegrass in the past. If you were at the Festival of the Bluegrass this year, Chris and Jennifer make their home in London, KY.

The Wooks and Chris were invited on stage by Lexington Favorite Town Mountain to close out this year's Festival of the Bluegrass.

Cover: $12.00
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