Not quite ready for pumpkin spice, chilly air, bonfires, and spooky stories? Don’t worry, there’s still plenty to do before Fall officially arrives in Bowling Green. Here’s a look at some things to check out before the season turns!

Watch a Movie in the Park at Aviation Heritage Park with the free showing of “Twelve O’clock High” starring Gregory Peck on Sept. 19 at 7 pm. Visit for more!

There’s Car Part Art at the National Corvette Museum with pieces crafted from recycled car parts, now through January!

The new SOKY Marketplace is hosting the Made Market Craft Show on Sept. 19 from 8am-4pm. Visit their Facebook page for call 270-842-1681 for more!

Watch the Vette City Vixens in the Roller Derby on Sept. 20 at 3 pm at the hockey rink at Basil Griffin Park! Visit for more!

The WKU Dept. of Theatre and Dance presents Our Town at the Russell L. Miller Theatre running Sept. 25-29. Tickets are $15/adults, $12/students. Go to for details.

Drive in for the Vettes, Pets and Families Charity Car Show at the GM Corvette Assembly Plant on Sept. 26. All makes and models welcome. Cost is $20/car to register with the proceeds benefiting the BG/WC Humane Society. Go to for info.

There’s still time for Pickin’ on the Patio at Boyce General Store on Sept. 26 with live music from The Matchsellers!

And don’t forget the Bowling Green International Festival on Sept. 26 at Circus Square Park from 9am-6pm. Take in the cultures of the world and find out more at

Visit our events page for even more to see and do!