The Jack Jouett House will host an exhibit of Kentucky-made longrifles and powder horns made by Central Kentucky artisans in the late 18th and early 19th century from two private collections. "The silver, furniture and art produced by Central Kentucky artisans rivled that produced in Boston or Philadelphia," said Mel Stewart Hankla, noted researcher, lecturer and exhibitor of Kentucky longrifles. "The sane us true of the artistry of Kentucky longrifles and powder horns." The exhibit will be open in the Jack Jouett House from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. At 1 p.m., Mel Stewart Hankla will give a presentation on the collection in the Visitor's Center. The exhibit is free, but tickets are required for Hankla's presentation. Tickets are $5.00 per person, cash, check or Paypal only. Tickets may be purchased at Eventbrite also. To purchase tickets or for more information call 859-873-7902. The Jack Jouett House is located at 255 Craig's Creek Road in Versailles. Additional information is at www.jouetthouse.org or at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site on Facebook. The Jack Jouett House is operated by Woodford County Fiscal Court, in cooperation with the Woodford County Heritage Committee.