Hear Live Music at the Drive-In August 4
The drive-in is a cool place to be even when there isn’t a movie being played. It’s a great, wide-open place where you can see the stars and just relax in the car. And this August, it’s a great place to have an outdoor concert. Get ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on August 2, 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
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
Enjoy the Bourbon and Botanicals Music Series July 9
If you’re still nervous about being inside with other people, that’s understandable. But you can still be social outside. And one of the best places to enjoy being outside is at the botanical gardens. Enjoy the Bourbon and Botanicals ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 4, 2020 in Louisville Events
Visit a Beautiful Old Chapel This May
Louisville has a lot of churches, some historic and some almost brand-new. There are huge churches, small churches, little places tucked away in hidden spots. But nowhere else in Louisville is there a chapel quite like the lovely Duncan Memorial ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 22, 2020 in Louisville Events
Visit the Garvin Brown Nature Preserve This May
Head to the outskirts of Louisville this May and go see a beautiful nature preserve on the banks of the Ohio River. The Garvin Brown Nature Preserve is open every day and there are always new wonders to discover here. This is a huge ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 5, 2020 in Louisville Events
Let Your Preschooler Run Wild February 27
The Power and Grace Gym is open to toddlers this February. For once, you can just turn them loose and let them go wild. There are lots of things for them to play on here and they will have plenty of supervision while they're doing it, so you can ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 27, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go to Storytime at the Eagle's Nest at St. Aloysius School in Pewee Valley February 20
Take the kids to Storytime at the Eagle's Nest at St. Aloysius School in Pewee Valley to get their minds engaged and keep them entertained. Storytime is designed to capture their attention and inspire them to use their imagination.
Storytime in the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 20, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take a Garden Stroll at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens
September is when you see the last days of summer. Soon, all the leaves will change color and drop. The air will become crisp and snows will follow. So before summer is all gone, go see it in all its glory at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens.
Posted by Joe Hayden on September 14, 2019 in Louisville Events
See What Happens in Shakespeare’s Wild West at the Little Colonel Playhouse July 28
The problem with Shakespeare is that he lived in the 1600s in England. And let’s face it, this was kind of a boring time in history. But the Wild West in America was one of history’s most thrilling times. What happens when these two ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 27, 2019 in Louisville Events
Dive into Falling Rock Quarry in La Grange This July
Who needs a swimming pool full of chemicals when you can jump into Falling Rock Quarry? Paddling around in an actual swimming hole is a time-honored southern tradition, and it’s truly something that no one should miss.
Take the Plunge
Posted by Joe Hayden on June 30, 2019 in Louisville Events
See a Sunset at Foxhollow Farm June 21
Louisville has a lot of culture and shopping, everything from the most fashionable stores to theaters to art galleries. But there’s another side to Louisville, too. This June, escape from the fast-paced world and take a little break at the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on June 21, 2019 in Louisville Events
Enjoy Bourbon and Botanicals in Crestwood June 20
Sip on bourbon and browse through the gorgeous botanical gardens at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens this June. Many varieties of flowers will be in bloom, and there will be live music to keep you entertained, too. Because nature really is great, but it's ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on June 20, 2019 in Louisville Events
Play Bingo with Cocktails at Gustavo’s Mexican Grill in Prospect May 21
Who says bingo is boring? After all, this is a game of chance that requires only that you pay attention and remain observant. When you add margaritas into the mix, bingo becomes challenging. Go to Gustavo’s Mexican Grill in Prospect to go play ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 20, 2019 in Louisville Events
Make Your Own Art at Gallery 104 May 14
Take some time to be creative this May. Sit down and make folk art at a Mixed Media Class at Gallery 104. Give yourself some time to unplug, put down your phone and get artistic for a little while.
You don’t need to bring anything ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on May 12, 2019 in Louisville Events
Browse and Eat at the Cedar Lake Lodge Arts and Crafts Fair April 27
No matter how much you spend on expensive gifts during holidays and birthdays, it’s always the inexpensive, handmade presents that people seem to cherish the most. There’s just something special about items that are handcrafted, and ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on April 27, 2019 in Louisville Events
Hear a Story at St. Aloysius School in Pewee Valley April 25
As parents know, kids have a natural ability to use their imaginations. All children have the ability to be creative, but they still need inspiration and new ideas to help fuel their active little minds. This April, take them to a special event ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on April 25, 2019 in Louisville Events
Create Folk Art at the Arts Association of Oldham County April 9
Didn’t all art start out as folk art? What are the cave paintings, if not a form of folk art? How about the painted pottery and sculpted vases that came out of places like Greece and Rome? Folk art is truly the oldest of all art traditions. ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on April 9, 2019 in Louisville Events
See a Play About Loneliness and License Plates at the Little Colonel Playhouse March 31
Head to the Little Colonel Playhouse this March to see a completely local production of "Panache", about license plates and finding friendship in unlikely places. The story is highly original and engaging, and the Little Colonel Playhouse is a ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 31, 2019 in Louisville Events
Make Some Folk Art at the Arts Association of Oldham County March 12
Folk art was really the first art, when you think about it. Before the great artistic movements like the Renaissance and Impressionism, the oldest art began as crafts. Pottery, small figurines, woven rugs, this is all folk art. Make your own piece ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 11, 2019 in Louisville Events