Southern Heirlooms with Ken Rivenbark

Holland Sterling Goblet

In an effort to continue promoting our rich heritage in our community and throughout the South, Southern Heirlooms is making a transition.  Based on current media trends, I am launching Southern Heirlooms into the full scope of social media.  This change provides the show with an opportunity to expand the audience past the realm of cable networks. Even though we will no longer be airing on Comcast or Knology locally, the shows will continue to air on the six networks in Houston and can be accessed on Facebook, Vimeo, Youtube, Twitter, Linked-In, Pinterest, Goggle Plus, monthly newsletter (2000 plus subscribers) and the show website In the next few days, over twenty episodes of Southern Heirlooms will available for viewing on the show website.

The November show is on “The Mystique and Fascination of Jewelry.” The show newsletter for November will be sent on the fifteenth of this month and will include help tips and information on cleaning and preserving your treasured jewelry.

Thank you so much for your continued support of Southern Heirlooms with Ken Rivenbark!

The Montgomery Independent, January 28, 2016

RIVENBARK NAMED TO BOARD MONTGOMERY, AL…Dr. Ken Rivenbark has been named to the Friends of the Alabama Governor’s Mansion Board of Directors, announced Board President Stephen Brickley.  Dr. Rivenbark, a nationally known education consultant, is the creator and host of the cable television show “Southern Heirlooms with Ken Rivenbark.” “We’re delighted to welcome Ken to… Continue Reading

Southern Heirlooms to Air in Houston, Texas

  Southern Heirlooms with Ken Rivenbark to Air on Six Cable Networks in Houston, Texas this November I am excited to announce a partnership with Houston Community College TV and Southern Heirlooms. Houston Community College TV reaches more than 700,000 basic cable television subscribers daily in Houston’s city limits and beyond on the HCCTV Network.… Continue Reading

Alabama Governor’s Mansion

On August 13, 2015, Southern Heirlooms with Ken Rivenbark, will be filming at one of Alabama’s most recognized homes, the Alabama Governor’s Mansion. The Alabama’s Governor’s Mansion was designed in 1907 by T. Weatherly Carter and was originally the home of the Ligon family. Since 1951, it has served as the official residence of the… Continue Reading