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"Revolutionary Revelry" is a full month of to celebrate Lexington's history, arts, culture,
recreation, shopping and fine dining.
friends at the Colonial Community Sings down at the Depot. On weekends, chat
with Artists at their Open Studios or the “Park Your Art” exhibit
and auction; take a bike tour; listen to the nationally known William Diamond Junior Fife and
Drum Corps' at their Parade & Muster or the Lexington Pops Chorus at its
Annual Spring Concert “A Night at the Opera.”
Events begin on May Day with dancing around the Maypole and ending with a capstone family picnic featuring
Dance Theater and make your own sundaes!
In 2013, Lexington will celebrate their 300th Anniversary with a series of events. An overview is available here, and more information will be communicated in the near future.