Bowl for the Roses at Main Event May 2
Go to Bowl for the Roses this May and go bowl for a good cause. By having fun, you’ll be doing something food for the community. That’s not at all a bad way to celebrate Derby week.
Bowling for a Good Cause
Go to Main Event in J-Town from 7:30 to 10:30 pm and go bowling. This event benefits the Kids Cancer Alliance, the Jamon Brown Foundation and the Backside Learning Center. You’ll hardly know you’re at a charitable event because you’ll be having so much fun.
Be entertained by live music while you enjoy appearances from Derby jockeys, local celebrities, NFL and NBA pros. Get a general admission ticket to this star-studded event for $75. Your ticket price includes access to the open bar and a selection of tasty appetizers. You can also really make a night of it and get a VIP ticket for $2,500. For this price, you can share a bowling lane with a celebrity.
Main Event is at 12500 Sycamore Station Place. That’s just minutes outside of Douglass Hills, a neighborhood built on tradition and sure, a few hills, too!
Circle Back to Douglass Hills
Douglass Hills is full of winding streets that end in cul-de-sacs. The neighborhood is built on a circular design with a park and a school right at the center, something parents love. This community was built to provide quiet appeal and very little through traffic. That's because when you drive through Douglass Hills, you're going to want to stop more than once to admire it.
The architecture here is distinctly traditional, with many homes built in brick. The stately homes here have multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, plenty of space for you to enjoy all the amenities and features inside and out. Homes here have big yards and spacious rooms. It's not hard to find custom cabinets, basements, hardwood floors, walk-in closets and modern upgrades here. The designs may be traditional, but the homes in Douglass Hills are filled with all the features that today's homeowners are seeking.
The neighborhood has features to love, too. There's a community pool here and plenty of community spirit. Douglass Hills has its own mayor and a city council. Jeffersontown and Middletown are just minutes away, which means people in Douglass Hills have easy access to movie theaters, shopping, restaurants and everything else they might want to do.
After you see Douglass Hills, you'll probably find yourself circling back to this neighborhood to check out the real estate again and again.
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