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Season 16 Episodes

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Program 1601:
The Men's Senior Baseball League in Louisville, Ashland's Winchester Avenue, an update on Bowling Green artist Mark Whitley, and the Treehouse at Stoner Creek bed and breakfast in Bourbon County.
Program 1602:
A rare look at the personal life of Jesse Stuart, a Suits That Rock benefit concert in Covington, and a visit to Greener Groundz in Bowling Green.
Program 1603:
a visit to Monmouth Street in Newport, the University of Kentucky's Chefs Afield event, Finchville Daylily Farm in Shelby County, and the Hopkinsville PowWow.
  Program 1604:
Dave Shuffett tries his hand at commercial fishing for a "Dave Does It" challenge. Also featured are Second Street in downtown Owensboro, the police horse training program at Asbury University, and Kim Huston's book Small Town Sexy.
  Program 1605:
Leslie Lyons' book True Blue, the community of Nobob, My Nose Turns Red youth circus, and Ruth Hunt Candies.
  Program 1606:
the Great American Dollhouse Museum in Danville, Uniontown Food Mart's barbecue, the Carnegie Community Arts Center in Somerset, and Daviess County artist Rex Robinson.
  Program 1607:
Christmas 2010: KaLightoscope Christmas at the Galt House in Louisville, the annual Cave Sing at Mammoth Cave National Park, the Nativity display at Maysville's Trinity Lutheran Church, and a visit to Berry in Harrison County.
  Program 1608:
the art of broom-making at Henson Broom Shop and General Store, a visit to downtown Bowling Green, snorkeling in pursuit of the colorful fish known as darters, and the legacy of Cassius Marcellus Clay.
  Program 1609:
the high school basketball program at Burgin Independent Schools, a visit to Highland House bed and breakfast in Carrollton, and artisan chocolate creations at Coco's Chocolate Café in Louisville.
  Program 1610:
Wilmore potter Rudy Medlock; Ferrell's Hamburgers in Hopkinsville; a visit with supercentenarian Lera Williams, the oldest person in Kentucky; and the West Kentucky African American Heritage Center in Russellville.
  Program 1611:
Newport's Ride the Ducks, a visit to Marion, a profile of pianist and educator Harry Pickens, and the newly expanded National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green.
  Program 1612:
Opal's restaurant in McKee, a visit to downtown Paducah, a "Dave Does It" challenge at Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment, the old Hawesville Railroad Station, and Cub Run Cave.
  Program 1613:
Derby City Roller Girls, The Porch Restaurant in Russell Springs, mushrooms at Sheltowee Farms in Bath County, and Warren County artist Leslie Nichols.
  Program 1614:
Earth Day special: a tour of Tebbs Bend and other areas set aside for protection by the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund, a visit to Hazel Green in Wolfe County, an interview with award-winning architect Richard Levine about his sustainable building designs, and a look at the impact of invasive plants on biodiversity.
  Program 1615:
Bon Ton Mini Mart in Henderson, the Brown-Pusey House in Hardin County, Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, a visit to Crab Orchard, and Ashland's Putnam Stadium, home of the Ashland Tomcats.
  Program 1616:
a first-time visit for Dave Shuffett to the Kentucky Derby, a visit to Campbellsville, the old Latonia Race Track, and the Lexington Fashion Collaborative.
  Program 1617:
Model A auto enthusiast Jerry Baker of Paris, the Plaza Theater in Glasgow, a visit to Wheelwright, and a tribute to Charlie, Dave's popular co-host and the elder statesman of the Kentucky Life golden team.
  Program 1618:
a high school rehabilitation center for birds of prey, a visit to Paintsville, Winchester's Ale-8-One bottling plant, and a hike in South America, a remote tract of pristine land in the Pine Mountain Wildlife Corridor.
  Program 1619:
Maple Hill Manor in Springfield, a visit to Beattyville, a "Dave Does It" challenge at a Grant County dairy farm, and the seed-to-table initiative at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill.
  Program 1620:
Native American connections to the Clay County petroglyphs, Covington's Mainstrasse Village, the St. James Court Art Show, and musician Chet Lott.
  Program 1699—Kentucky Life on the Road:
This retrospective edition features favorite segments from three On the Road specials. Dave Shuffett takes in sights of interest along three Kentucky highways: Highway 62, Highway 68, and Highway 60.

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