Help Splat Out Cancer August 29
Want to throw balloons filled with paint at one of Louisville's buildings? Of course you do, especially when you find out this event helps to benefit the James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Go to Splat Out Cancer August 29, and get ready to start throwing some paint.
It's Raining Paint
Benjamin Moore paints and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center are bringing you Splat Out Cancer. This is a really fun way to help raise money for cancer research. It’s always fun when you can hurl something at a downtown building and not get in trouble for it.
Even if you don't feel like throwing paint, you're going to feel like enjoying this event. Local celebrities will be attending, along with health and wellness experts from the community. There's a kids' section that younger members of the family will love. Live music will keep you entertained during the event, and of course there will be lots of local food vendors ready to keep you fed.
And then there's the paint. There's a lot of it, and it's yours to throw. The Splat Out Cancer event aims to earn $1 million for cancer research. Help them do it this summer. Get there at 11 am, and enjoy this fun event all day.
Go to the corner of 6th and Market Street downtown, and Splat Out Cancer.
The Other Downtown
Everyone in Louisville goes downtown at some point. They come for shopping, they come for the eating, they come to see the river or watch the Louisville Bats play. There are museums downtown and lots of theaters, plenty of stuff to see and taste. You can come here for wacky nightlife, or take a stroll through an historic neighborhood during the day.
Lots of people forget that you can live downtown, too. In addition to all the fun stuff and businesses that you can find downtown, there are a lot of exceptional places to live. Gorgeous waterfront properties give you stunning views and quick access to the best that downtown Louisville has to offer.
Butchertown is just blocks away from the Splat Out Cancer event. This unique downtown neighborhood is next to the river and full of beautiful homes. If a tall downtown condo isn't for you, try an historic home in Old Louisville, a one-of-a-kind cottage in Butchertown or any one of the other amazing properties you can find the neighborhoods downtown.
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