Donate Life in Beechwood Village August 8
Everyone should go to at least one blood drive, because someone needs blood every 2 seconds in the United States. On August 8, the Red Cross will hold one of its blood drives in the beautiful Beechwood Village neighborhood. The drive is at the Whole ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on August 7, 2014 in Louisville Events
2014 Views of Cave Hill Cemetery Contest
Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville has announced a photography contest free to enter and open to all ages. Capturing the beauty of Cave Hill, which is often described as more like a park than a cemetery, will present quite a competition with endless ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 11, 2014 in Louisville News
Mayor’s Cup Paddle for Hunger July 12th
The Mayor’s Cup Paddle for Hunger creates a festival atmosphere whether you’re in one of the boats or standing on dry land. And either way, this event promises to bring a lot of fun the waterfront. More importantly, it will provide a lot ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 10, 2014 in Louisville Events
No More Excuses for Avoiding the Health Benefits of Yoga
Have you been wanting to try a yoga class but there just wasn't enough appeal to get you out of your routine and to a class? Louisville has two yoga classes starting at interesting venues that may be just the right combination to get you to finally ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 28, 2014 in Louisville News
Popularity of Farmers Markets in Louisville Continues to Grow
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture lists over a dozen farmers markets in Louisville. Chances are that there is one in your neighborhood. Opening day for these markets vary, but the time for starting to harvest fresh produce and flowers is ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 20, 2014 in Louisville News
Scenes Around Beckley Creek Park, Part of the Parklands of Floyds Fork
The Parklands of Floyds Fork is a significant part of the 21st Century Park project in Louisville. Including roughly 4,000 acres following the Floyds Fork watershed area, the Parklands of Floyds Fork is an astonishing natural landscape that includes ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 4, 2014 in Louisville News
Wine and Dine: The Most Romantic Restaurants in Louisville
There are a lot of considerations that go into a romantic date night, but one that tops the list is the restaurant itself. How's the ambiance, the service, and most importantly, the food?Presented below, not in any order, are some of the most ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on April 25, 2014 in Louisville News
Louisville Jogging Groups are a Great Way to Exercise
Sometimes when it comes to running, we all need a bit of extra motivation. It can be difficult to get outside when the couch is calling. A great way to get motivated to meet your running goals is to join a jogging group. No longer will you have to ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on April 13, 2014 in Louisville News
Enjoy These Louisville Parks Where Your Dog Can Play Off the Leash
Dogs, like humans, are social creatures. Backyard frolicking and neighborhood walks are great, but there's nothing like going off-leash with some pals to give man’s best friend a great day of play. Enjoy these Louisville parks where your dog ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 30, 2014 in Louisville News
Pamper Your Pet: The Best Animal Groomers in Louisville
As a pet owner, you know how special your furry friend is to you. And when it comes time for grooming, you want to be sure that your furry family member will be well taken care of. If you're a local to Louisville, you're in luck, and so is your pet! ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 29, 2014 in Louisville News
The Best Local History Museums Louisville Has to Offer
With plenty of museums in and around Louisville, there are more than a few great opportunities to learn more about this Southern city! From museums that explore its famous traditions to those that define parts of its history, here are the best local ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 28, 2014 in Louisville News
Your Guide to Finding Accommodation for the 2014 Kentucky Derby
Still looking for a place to stay during the 2014 Kentucky Derby? Don't worry; it's not too late! Although tickets and travel packages for this year's Derby went on sale as soon as last year's Derby ended, there are always options available for ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 27, 2014 in Louisville News
5 Completely Free Ways to Exercise in Louisville
Do you have an exercise goal that you're trying to reach? In Louisville, you don't need a gym pass to stay in shape. There are plenty of free (and fun) ways to get fit around town. Here are five great ways to get out and exercise in Louisville. Want ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 16, 2014 in Louisville News
Best Public and Private Golf Courses in Louisville
The state of Kentucky offers golfers dozens of courses to choose from, including both public and private facilities. The beautiful landscape of this region lends to picturesque courses that are tastefully carved from nature. Here are some of the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 13, 2014 in Louisville News
Louisville Photography Clubs and Courses
Do you have a passionate eye? Finding the right angle may come naturally to you, but even the professionals have a constant need to hone and polish their photography skills. Whether it's joining a class or a photography club, having a cohort of ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 9, 2014 in Louisville News
The Best Playgrounds to Take Your Kid in Louisville
The terrible twos and threes are really not so bad; most of those cranky, frustrated afternoons can be made much better if you simply head out of the house and get active with your toddler. Thankfully, the parks and recreation offerings of ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 8, 2014 in Louisville News
3 Spots You Can Pick Up an Amazing King Cake in Louisville This Mardi Gras
If you're a local in Louisville, Kentucky, you know the true value of an amazing King Cake around Mardi Gras for true celebratory purposes. From Epiphany Eve to Fat Tuesday, King Cake is on the menu and is enjoyed throughout the Carnival season. ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 27, 2014 in Louisville News
Great Places to Live in Louisville when You Don’t Own a Car
Think you need a car to live in a city like Louisville? Think again. Thanks to a citywide movement that began in 2005, Louisville is now one of the most bike and pedestrian friendly cities in the country. Since 2005 the City of Louisville has built ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 23, 2014 in Louisville News
Treat Your Sweetheart to These Famous Louisville Candy Shops and Dessert Bars
Candy isn't just for kids, and neither is dessert! Louisville, Kentucky reminds everyone what the sweetest things are in life, with its Willie Wonka-esque selection of candy and dessert shops fit for candy-loving kings and queens. Listed below are ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 21, 2014 in Louisville News
Famous Louisville Flower Markets
Louisville is famous for its Wilmington Flower Market, open in springtime. But for special days like Valentine's Day or Mother's Day, where can you go to find a selection of flowers as beautiful as your need to express yourself? Here are some of ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 16, 2014 in Louisville News