Dine Out in a Creative Way This May
When you don't want to go to a restaurant or all the restaurants are closed to dine-in eating, you can always get creative to have an evening of dining out. This May, grab yourself a piping hot pizza pie in the Iroquois Park area to enjoy an evening ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 25, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take a Picture at Union Station This May
You've probably heard of Union Station in New York City, a hub of travel that's always jam-packed with people. But Louisville has its own Union Station, a beautiful historic location that first opened in 1891. Go take a photo with this historic ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 24, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go Back in Time in Cherokee Triangle This May
Louisville is full of historic neighborhoods, little pieces of the past that have been preserved. This May, get out and take a look at one of them. Cherokee Triangle was sold to real estate agents Henning and Speed in 1869. They began to develop the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 23, 2020 in Louisville Events
Visit a Beautiful Old Chapel This May
Louisville has a lot of churches, some historic and some almost brand-new. There are huge churches, small churches, little places tucked away in hidden spots. But nowhere else in Louisville is there a chapel quite like the lovely Duncan Memorial ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 22, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take a Hike Around the Lake This May
The hiking trail that makes its way around the Lake in Waverly Park is particularly beautiful. Take a walk this May to see some gorgeous photo opportunities, surround yourself in nature and enjoy the sunshine for a little while.
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Posted by Joe Hayden on May 21, 2020 in Louisville Events
Middletown's First Gas Station
Go see a little piece of history this May and go visit one of the oldest gas stations you can find in Louisville or really, anywhere! Middletown’s First Gas Station is a unique little historical landmark and a piece of the past that’s ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 20, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take a Look at the Levy Brothers Building This May
You may have walked right by the Levy Brothers Building before and didn't realize how special it is. But if you stop to actually look at this building, you'll see why it's so unique. This building is so old, it was featured in "American Architect ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 19, 2020 in Louisville Events
Collect Pine cones in Turkey Run This May
When you're spending more time at home, it really helps if you’ve got some stuff to do at home. By now, you’ve probably finished your spring cleaning and completed all those tasks you’ve been putting off. So this May, head out ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 18, 2020 in Louisville Events
Play Kickball This May
Remember playing Kickball as a kid? Well, you can still play! There are several places in Louisville that are perfect for playing this time-honored game. Kickball is also a U.S. game. It was invented here in 1917. Get a ball and head to one of ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 17, 2020 in Louisville Events
Have a Water Balloon Fight at Putney’s Pond This May
Sometimes, you just have to have a little fun in life. Have a good, old-fashioned water balloon fight. Head to Putney's Pond and Woodlands Park and practice social distancing with a loved one while chucking water-filled balloons at them!
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Posted by Joe Hayden on May 16, 2020 in Louisville Events
Splash Around in the Sprayground at Crescent Hill Park This May
The Louisville parks are open and stayed open through the entire virus outbreak because everyone needs to escape the house every once in a while. Get out in nature this May and get to the Crescent Hill Park. There's a sprayground here, plus plenty ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 15, 2020 in Louisville Events
Feed the Ducks at McNeely Lake Park This May
Get some bread or crackers and spend some time at McNeely Lake Park this May. This 46-acre lake is great for fishing and it has its own pier and boat ramp. It's also home to ducks and other birds. Go sit by the quiet banks of the lake and relax for ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 14, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take Pictures of Flowers at Farmington This May
Head to historic Farmington this May so you can just stop to smell the flowers. Once a hemp plantation, today Farmington is 18 acres of well-preserved history that includes some beautiful garden areas. Bring your camera with you and take some ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 13, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go Jogging Around the UofL Campus This May
This May, avoid people by staying on the run. Or at least, go for a jog on the beautiful UofL Campus. The pretty grounds of the campus have plenty of paved paths. The campus is covered with shade trees where squirrels frolic near lovely brick ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 12, 2020 in Louisville Events
Camp at the Horine Reservation This May
Tired of being at home? If you're going a little stir crazy, no one can blame you! But there is a way to get out of the house and still stay safe. Head out into nature and go camping at the beautiful Horine Reservation. Hike, see the scenery, grill ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 11, 2020 in Louisville Events
Watch the Sunset on the Waterfront This May
Sit awhile and watch the sunset on the waterfront from Carrie Gaulbert Cox Park. The park is open daily from 6 am to 11 pm and it's got gorgeous river views. See the sun sink below the waves of the river and watch the sky change colors over the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 10, 2020 in Louisville Events
Stargaze in Beckley Creek Park This May
There are countless stars and planets shining in the night sky, but they can be hard to see in many areas of Louisville. Get a few miles away from the downtown area and get out to a spot that's so good for seeing the stars, the Louisville ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 9, 2020 in Louisville Events
Fly a Drone in Long Run Park This May
Head out away from the city and away from everyone who might make you sick. Go to Long Run Park to fly a drone. This park has been rated one of the best places to fly a drone in the entire city. So have a day of fun with your gadgets and spend some ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 8, 2020 in Louisville Events
Tend to a Community Garden This May
There are community gardens all over Louisville, places where anyone can plant something and watch it grow. Some people participate in a community garden for fun. Others grow their own herbs or their own food. And some are budding entrepreneurs who ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 7, 2020 in Louisville Events
Bike Across the Lewis and Clark Bridge This May
Take a nice bike ride across the river this May on the Lewis and Clark Bridge Trail. This bridge connects River Road in Prospect with Old Salem Road in Jeffersonville. This May, it will connect you to a fun afternoon!
Take a Bike Ride
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Posted by Joe Hayden on May 6, 2020 in Louisville Events