Take an Electric Bike Tour This July
Biking has always been a great way to enjoy the outdoors. But pedaling can be a whole lot of work. This July, try something a little bit different and rent an Electric Bike from Pedego Louisville. This is a bicycle that has a motor to assist your ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 31, 2020 in Louisville Events
Look for Four-Leaf Clovers This July
There's not a lot to do with many things still closed and gathering in large groups still unsafe, so why not do something a little bit different to get out and enjoy the summer weather? Head to the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest and go on a ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 29, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go Scuba Diving This July
Have you ever wanted to scuba dive? Who says you have to have an ocean to do it? Head to the Louisville Dive Center and go deep beneath the waves to try scuba diving for yourself. The staff is trained to help you stay safe and guide you into a ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 28, 2020 in Louisville Events
Try Jumping Rope This July
When was the last time you actually played around with a jump rope? This isn't an activity that's just for kids. That's why you can find jump ropes in gyms. In fact, you can get a really great workout with a jump rope alone. Go to Cherokee Park and ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 27, 2020 in Louisville Events
Play Flag Football This July
Get active and play a little football this July at Tom Sawyer State Park. This park was once all farmland. You can still see acres of rolling fields here and find lots of places to play around. All you need to play flag football is a few people who ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 26, 2020 in Louisville Events
Practice Drawing in the Park This July
There is a little bit of an artist inside everyone. You've probably doodled some stuff before, maybe drawn some stick figures, played around on your phone with a drawing app of some kind. This July, head to Beckley Creek Park to unleash your inner ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 25, 2020 in Louisville Events
Visit the Animals at Henry’s Ark This July
The Louisville Zoo isn’t the only place you can see animals. This July, head to Henry’s Ark to get a look at sheep, bison, yaks, goats, peacocks, camels, zebra and more. This is a free animal sanctuary that you’re welcome to visit. ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 24, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go Rollerblading This July
Get out and enjoy the summer sunshine this July. Spend some time Rollerblading in Seneca Park. Not only is it great exercise, it's a lot of fun. Rollerblading is a great way to see a lot of the park and enjoy a whole lot of beautiful nature.
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 23, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take a Walking Tour This July
Do you like architecture? How about beautiful landscaping? Maybe tall shade trees? Historic homes on quiet streets? Go enjoy all of these things this July and take a Walking Tour of Old Louisville. This is one of Louisville’s most celebrated ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 22, 2020 in Louisville Events
Help Raise Money for Kids July 31
What’s the best way to enjoy the summer? With bourbon and BBQ, of course. Go to the Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies this July for the BBQ and Bourbon Party, a great fundraising event. You can help area kids and enjoy some delicious ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 21, 2020 in Louisville Events
Find Out How to Run For Office July 25
Have you ever thought that maybe you should be on the school board? The city council? Maybe you should even be the mayor or the governor! This July, find out more about how to run for office and get the support you need. Head to the Ali Center and ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 20, 2020 in Louisville Events
Celebrate Music at the Grateville Dead Festival July 24
If you’re a fan of the Grateful Dead, the Grateville Dead Festival is definitely for you. Head to the waterfront this July to enjoy music, food and fun. You can wear a mask, bring your hand sanitizer and maintain your distance while ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 19, 2020 in Louisville Events
Cruise Through History July 19
Louisville was founded on the banks of the Ohio River and it was the river that shaped the city. Once, paddle boats and steamships and barges constantly traveled up and down the river, delivering goods and passengers to the growing city on the water....
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 18, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go to a Grand Opening July 17
Go to the Pegasus Grand Opening Gala this July and do some celebrating There will be food and beverages for all to enjoy, plus some other fun stuff, too.
It’s been a rough few months. So, go have some food and drinks and have a ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 17, 2020 in Louisville Events
Practice Tai Ji in the Gardens July 16
Try a little Tai Ji at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens this July. Enjoy the beautiful scenery while you get into a more serene state of mind. Tai Ji is a slow-motion, low-impact workout that is meditative and relaxing. After everything ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 16, 2020 in Louisville Events
Collect Rocks This July
Get out in nature this July and go collect some rocks at Harrods Creek. With some paint and a little creativity, rocks become a perfect canvas for all sorts of art. Head to the creek to search for some nice smooth rocks to paint and enjoy being ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 15, 2020 in Louisville Events
Try Outdoor Yoga This July
You've probably spent enough time indoors lately. So this July, find a quiet, scenic spot in the park and take the time to relax and do some yoga. Doing yoga is a great way to relieve stress, which is something you definitely need right now. ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 14, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go for a Swim at Clear Creek Family Activity Center This July
The pools are opening up again, just in time for the hottest days of summer. Instead of sweltering and sweating, go swimming. The Clear Creek Family Activity Center has something for everyone to enjoy, including an enormous eight-lane pool.
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 13, 2020 in Louisville Events
Wander in the Park This July
Kentucky's state parks are open again, just in time for you to get out and enjoy the summer weather. Head to E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park this July. There's plenty of room to socially distance yourself among the 554 acres of nature here.
In the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 12, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go to the Movies This July
Now that you've learned social distancing and you have plenty of face masks, it's time to get out of the house and get sociable again. As long as you keep practicing good sanitizing habits and maintain your personal space, it is safe to get out and ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 11, 2020 in Louisville Events