Kentucky Life features Children’s Quilt Show in Louisville, Bengals training camp, Navajo flute maker Fred Keams, and board-game designer Kerry Breitenstein
For Release: 11/13/19 5:04 PM
The next episode of KET’s Kentucky Life spotlights the Children’s Quilt Show in Louisville, the Bengals’ former summer training grounds in Georgetown, Navajo flute maker Fred Keams, and board-game designer Kerry Breitensten. The episode airs Saturday, Nov. 16, at 8/7 pm and Sunday, Nov. 17, at 4/3 pm on KET, and Monday, Nov. 18, at 7/6 pm on KET2.
First, Kentucky Life visits the Children’s Quilt Show in Louisville, where the event’s founder Marilou Jacob helps new hands learn an old trade.
Then, Kentucky Life revisits a segment from its archives, traveling to Georgetown College when it was still the site of the Cincinnati Bengals’ summer training camp. Fans flocked to the grounds and enjoyed meeting and getting autographs from their favorite Bengals players.
Next, Kentucky Life visits with Fred Kearns, who celebrates his Navajo heritage by playing and building Navajo flutes.
Finally, Kentucky Life checks in with Kerry Breitenstein, a Northern Kentucky board game designer who has carved a niche for herself creating horror-based games.
Kentucky Life is a KET production, produced by Brandon Wickey. Segment producers for this episode are Corwin Spaulding, Frank Simkonis and Angelic Phelps.
This year is Kentucky Life’s 25th anniversary, and to mark the occasion, the program will include special Memory segments, in which each of Kentucky Life’s hosts—Byron Crawford, Dave Shuffett and Doug Flynn—will revisit some of their favorite stories over the years.
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