Eat Lunch with the YMCA November 12
The YMCA is holding a community luncheon this fall, and it’s a great way to explore a new part of Louisville and learn how to get involved. If you haven’t been to Crittenden Drive lately, now is the time to go.
The YMCA luncheon will be at 2400 Crittenden Drive, right in the heart of the Bradley neighborhood. Just two miles away from downtown Louisville, this community is perfectly positioned in the center of the city’s best attractions. Bradley is right next to the University of Louisville, where there’s always something going on. That puts Bradley residents close to the Speed Art Museum, one of the city’s best, and all the fun of Greek Row.
Bradley is also nestled within the center of some of the best stuff Louisville has to offer. Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, Churchill Downs and Freedom Hall are all close by. This means that people who live in Bradley have access to concerts, sporting events and other big events that come to Louisville.
The community is known for its craftsman-style homes, a design that will never go out of style. There are almost 1,800 people living in the Bradley community.
Visiting the YMCA
The YMCA community luncheon on November 12 is designed to bring Louisville residents together so they can learn more about each other and the YMCA services. YMCA’s Safe Place program will be a particular highlight of the luncheon. Join the luncheon to find out more about what the YMCA has to offer to the community, and how you can get involved.
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