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A gathering place for
families, friends, and neighbors.

A place where mountain traditions such as quilt making, bluegrass music, and hospitality abound. A place to host reunions, parties, receptions, and community events.

Founded in 1968, Hemphill Community Center is a gathering place for families, friends, and neighbors. Hemphill hosts regular low and no cost events, including traditional music, dance, craft, and cooking. It is also home of the Letcher County Coal Miner’s Monument and Black Sheep Brick Oven Bakery. The Center is located at 2514 Highway 317, Jackhorn, KY 41825

 

Friday Nite PICKIN’

Come join the fun every Friday night! Live music, dancing and fellowship. Genres include bluegrass, country and southern rock.

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Senior Citizens Luncheon

Every Tuesday beginning at 10am we get together for lunch and fellowship. Sometimes we play Rook, Cornhole or take walks.

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Shapenote Singing

Shapenote singing is one of the oldest traditions of mountain music. You don’t need to know how to sing to participate.

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Black Sheep Bakery

Handcrafted breads, pizzas and more…baked fresh in a wood-fired brick oven. Preservative free!

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