On this website we invite you to read about our rich history, learn how to become a member, apply for membership, learn about upcoming events, view photos of past events and links to related websites of interest.
We welcome those with ties to Kentucky for membership into this organization, the only purpose of which is to share fellowship and the love of our Kentucky heritage at the several social events held throughout the year.
Dear Kentuckians, I would like to take this opportunity to inform you of our next dinner. Mark your calendar for Friday October 11th for the Kentuckians of New York Fall dinner. It will begin at 6 pm at The Union League Club, located at 38
Our Spring Dinner is sponsored by Jim Beam at The Union League Club on Thursday June 13th, located at 38 East 37th Street. We are privileged to have James Higdon, author and co-founder of Cornbread Hemp Co., as our speaker for
Our Fall Dinner is sponsored by Willett Distillery at The Union League Club on Friday October 26th, located at 38 East 37th Street. We are privileged to have Mayor Dick Heaton of Bardstown Kentucky and President of Willett Distillery, Britt Kulsveen. J. Richard
Dr. Everett McCorvey, who heads the opera department at the University of Kentucky will be our honored speaker. He will be joined by some former students who will provide an evening of musical entertainment. Reserve below for a great evening
Our Fall Dinner was sponsored by Brown-Forman at The Union League Club on October 26th, located at 38 East 37th Street. We were privileged to have as our honorary speaker Steve Wilson, philanthropist, art collector and co-founder of 21c Museum
Our Spring Dinner was at The Union League Club on April 20th. We were privileged to have as our honorary speaker George Vecsey, American non-fiction author of six national best-selling books and a New York State Sportswriter of the Year recipient,
Our fall dinner was held on Thursday, October 27, 2016. Our honored speaker was Ms. Penny Peavler, President and CEO of the Frazier History Museum in Louisville. We recognized Neil Key as our new University of Kentucky Representative, Jack Demsey’s for the
Myra Leigh Tobin, former president of the Kentuckians of New York (2001- 2004) and current board of trustees life member, has graciously provided additional historical memorabilia to our archive. It was during this time Anne B. Korando, President; Allen Kraus,
John Austin Clark, Governors School for the Arts Alumni and member of the Kentuckians of New York, is the co-founder and Artistic Director for Bourbon Baroque. He received his collegiate training at Oberlin Conservatory of Music (B.M.) in music education
This was a wonderful opportunity to network with Kentuckians and to meet our new president, Sean Riddle. Sean has been very active with the University of Kentucky Alumni Association and is enthusiastically taking on additional responsibilities to bring all Kentuckians