The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center
is dedicated to telling the story of the people, places and events that make up the geographic
area known as the "Barrens" - Metcalfe, Allen, Hart and Monroe Counties, as well as Barren County.
The museum is housed in the old Kentucky Pants factory in downtown Glasgow.
The Rolling Thunder, Inc Chapter 2 Glasgow, KY will be serving donuts & coffee for Veterans on
the 10 November 2014 at the South Central Kentucky Cultural Center. This is a Monday from 9 am
until 11 am.
The Nunn Photos
taken by Glasgow native, Winston Nunn will be on display will be on the second floor
of the SCKCC in the Christeen Snavely Art Gallery until late October.
1910 Model "G" Reo Runabout
This car was purchased in Nashville, Tennessee for $650.00 in 1910.
It was the first car in Warren County, Kentucky and was shipped via
the L&M Railraod. Dr. W. C. Williams of Smiths Grove was the
purchaser. Later, Harold Vaught bought the car at the estate sale of
Mr. Harry Ennis in Bowling Green in 1976. The car is presently on
display on the first floor of the lobby.
Please stop by to get your elongated pennies with our new machine! We have four different
types, they are $1.00 each plus your penny.