Enjoy Easter Eggapalooza April 15
On April 15, everything Bunny-related is coming to St. Paul Church, including Eggapalooza. Games, crafts, egg hunts, snacks -- kids will get the chance to enjoy it all, and that makes your job as a parent a little bit easier...for this one day, at least.
The beloved story of the Velveteen Rabbit will be read aloud for everyone to enjoy during Eggapalooza, and that's just the beginning. Bunny-themed snacks will be served while kids participate in crafts that let them get creative. There will be plenty of Easter egg hunts for different age groups as well. This event is for all kids up to 5th grade age and their parents.
All the fun begins at St. Paul at 1 pm, and it's free for everyone to attend. St. Paul is at 2000 Douglass Blvd. in the Highlands. St. Paul is right next to Bardstown Road, where you can find some of the best attractions in the neighborhood. The church is right down the street from two of the neighborhood's famous independent shops, Electric Ladyland and the Great Escape. The Highlands is well-known for supporting local businesses, artists and creative types -- something you'll notice when you get a look at the mix of fashions walking around the Highlands. This eclectic neighborhood has a little bit of everything, including lots of restaurants. Don't rush off right away after Eggapalooza, and spend a little time in the Highlands.
Hunting Houses in the Highlands
The Highlands is home to comedy clubs, coffee shops, historic sites and all sorts of interesting little places. But away from Bardstown Road, the Highlands is filled with quiet subdivisions and streets lined with breathtaking houses. The Highlands is famous for its uniqueness and for having everything, so of course the houses here match the rest of the neighborhood. You'll see lots of custom-built homes in the Highland that range in architectural styles, from the most classic to the most modern and interesting designs. Some homes here have historical flair, while others are distinctly modern. All the homes here are eye-catching, and each has its own features to offer.
This neighborhood is historic and some homes here really are as old as the architecture looks, but you can't tell from the inside. The older homes here have been restored and renovated over the years to keep up with the times and with the rest of the neighborhood. After all, the Highlands is known for being on the cutting edge of food, fashion and fun. The homes here match that culture with modern upgrades and luxury features. Enjoy the Highlands in the spring, and you’re going to want to live here, too.
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