Play Laser Tag This March
All the stress that's been in the world lately could get to anyone. Sometimes, you may even feel angry. This March, blow off some steam at Xtreme Laser Combat.
The combat arena is 17,000 square feet of obstacles where you can duck, hide ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 31, 2021 in Louisville Events
Shop for Fresh Ingredients This March
Getting bored with eating all the same stuff? You can only order out so much and make spaghetti so many times before you start to feel a little more creative. This March, head out to Middletown to Paul's Fruit Market to shop for the freshest ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 30, 2021 in Louisville Events
Go Play in the Park This March
Remember jump roping? It's probably been a while since you thought about your schoolhood days of double-dutch and you probably haven't even held a jump rope in a while. But who says you can't still go out and jump rope? There's really no age limit ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 29, 2021 in Louisville Events
Learn Map Skills This March
Have you become a little too dependent on your gadgets? If you find yourself panicking when your phone dies or the GPS suddenly stops working, then you know the answer is yes. This March, learn some old-fashioned skills in Jefferson Memorial Forest ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 28, 2021 in Louisville Events
Play Boules in the Park This March
The pandemic has been around for a really long time now. And if you're like a lot of people, you still haven't really adjusted to all the changes. If you're like most people, you feel like you've already done everything there is to do a whole bunch ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 27, 2021 in Louisville Events
Go on a Bug Hunt This March
You've probably been to the park before to play games, go hiking, maybe have a picnic. But have you ever gone to the park to hunt for bugs? This March, have your own fun Bug Scavenger Hunt in Tom Sawyer State Park.
Hunting for Bugs
That's the thing ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 26, 2021 in Louisville Events
Try a Kentucky Classic This March
Kentucky is famous for lots of things. Everyone knows that Kentucky is where bourbon comes from. The state is also known around the world for fried chicken. Louisville itself is home to the hot brown. And of course, there's the mint julep, the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 25, 2021 in Louisville Events
Try a Classic Louisville Recipe This March
Having high tea is a tradition that's popular in England. This is a tradition of sitting back and relaxing with some snacks and something to sip. The beauty of it is, you don't even have to drink tea if you don't want to. This March, go have high ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 24, 2021 in Louisville Events
Try Acupuncture This March
Acupuncture is one of those things you see in movies where the hero always ends up in a terrible situation. And in movies, it looks pretty funny. But in practice, acupuncture is meant to be very soothing and it can be used for stress relief and all ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 23, 2021 in Louisville Events
See the Suffrage Exhibit This March
It’s pretty well-known that women had to fight to get the right to vote. But how much do you know about suffrage? This March, go to the Suffrage Then and Now Exhibit at the Frazier History Museum to learn more about this interesting and ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 22, 2021 in Louisville Events
Get Wild at the Zoo This March
Head to the zoo this March to see one of the largest lantern festivals in the entire U.S. More than 50,000 bulbs will create an enchanted atmosphere and give the zoo an amazing new look that's like nothing you've ever seen before. You'll definitely ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 21, 2021 in Louisville Events
Look at Amazing Art this March
You’ve seen art before, sure. You've seen paintings, statues, sculptures, but you've probably never seen an exhibit like this. This exhibit is full of life-sized, truly intricate costumes made out of paper. Go see it at the Speed Museum ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 20, 2021 in Louisville Events
Take the Kids to Spring Break Camp March 29-31
School has been pretty different lately, as any parent knows. Kids haven’t been able to get out and socialize as much, get involved as much, do as much with their time. This March, give them the chance to go to spring break art camp at LVA ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 19, 2021 in Louisville Events
Take a Night Hike March 27
The forest is a different place at night. The animals who scurry around during the day are slumbering and the trees become full of the wise old eyes of owls. Discover the woods at night during the Night Hike Event at the Louisville Nature Center....
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 18, 2021 in Louisville Events
Browse an Art Bazaar March 26
Head to the Logan Street Market this March for the monthly art bazaar. This is an exhibit of local artists and craftspeople. This is also a complete market that's full of food, stuff to buy and plenty of space to stay socially distanced.
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 18, 2021 in Louisville Events
Have Dinner on the Farm March 22
Eat a meal prepared by a chef at Hermitage Farm in one of Louisville’s most beautiful neighborhoods. Because you’re got to eat dinner anyway. So why not do it in style this March 22?
Chef Sara Bradley will prepare this ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 17, 2021 in Louisville Events
Help with Community Clean Up March 20
Participate in the Southwest Government Center Community Cleanup this March. Get outside for a while and do something good to help out southwest Louisville. Help combat littering and help keep the area clean and green.
Be at the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 16, 2021 in Louisville Events
Join the Shamrocks and Shenanigans Walk This March
Get into the St. Patrick's Day spirit this year with the Shamrocks and Shenanigans Walk. This is a very relaxed event that you can do on your own, wherever you want, whenever you want. When it's this easy, why not go ahead and do a little ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 15, 2021 in Louisville Events
See Historic Bungalow Homes This March
Near the rolling hills of Iroquois Park, you can find winding streets that are full of lovely historic homes. This is a great place to look for Craftsman-style architecture. This style was popular a century ago and still looks great today. Go see ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 14, 2021 in Louisville Events
Learn How to Paint This March
If you're feeling creative or if you want to get out some emotions you've been feeling, try painting. This is a great way to express yourself. It's also a relaxing activity. So this March, head to Whet your Palette and do some painting.
Becoming an ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 13, 2021 in Louisville Events