Meet Ladies in Leadership at the Kentucky Derby Museum March 22
Women who live in the Louisville area are invited to meet Ladies in Leadership at a special seminar dedicated to empowered women. This event at the Kentucky Derby Museum is one of many you can find celebrating women’s history month this March, but this is the only one where you’ll get to enjoy a delicious breakfast with lots of powerful women.
Ladies in Leadership
Go to the beautiful Kentucky Derby Museum at 8:30 am. This breakfast event will last until 10:30. During that time, you’ll get a chance to hear an inspiring seminar about leadership. There will also be a panel of successful Louisville businesswomen who will be answering questions and discussing the secrets of their success. The panel includes the Director of Community Relations at Churchill Downs, business owners and the Assistant Master Distiller for Woodford Reserve.
Your ticket price of $53 includes breakfast with mimosas and access to various activities. During this event, you can watch a presentation from the Kentucky Derby Museum's official milliner. The official milliner for the museum has a very important job, because they specialize in Derby hats. You can decorate cookies, make custom jewelry and shop for various items that are all hand-crafted by women while you’re here, too.
The Kentucky Derby Museum is right next to Churchill Downs at 704 Central Avenue. That's just a few minutes outside of Shively. This is a suburban neighborhood that's officially its own city.
Shively Makes a Powerful Impression
Shively has its own identity and a storied past. This was once a hotspot for distilleries. Many of them sprang up right here at the end of Prohibition. In the 1950s, Shively really flowered as a suburban neighborhood, complete with shade trees and picket fences.
To this day, Shively is filled with lovely bungalow-style homes with multiple bedrooms sitting on green lawns. The neighborhood's landmarks include the large Shively Park, multiple schools for children at all education levels, restaurants and places to shop. Iroquois Park and Churchill Downs, two of the city's most popular attractions, are just a short drive away from Shively.
See why they call this neighborhood "lively" Shively this March, and empower yourself to look for a new home in this quaint community.
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