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Take the Kids to Learn About Nature July 5

Louisville has a lot of natural wildlife. Many different birds and animals live in the city's parks but there are also a lot of animals in your own backyard. Take the kids to a special presentation from Louisville Nature Center this July where they can learn about the animals that live in their own backyard.

Animals in the Backyard

At this special event, kids will get the chance to learn a lot more about the wildlife they can find in Louisville. They will participate in hands-on activities and learn a lot more about the animals that live around them. This event is ideal for children aged 4 to 10.

Louisville Nature Center Backyard Animals

This presentation from the Louisville Nature Center will be held from 2 to 3 pm at the Highlands Library at 1250 Bardstown Road. That's in the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood, a place that's perfect for observing Louisville’s amazing wildlife. This neighborhood is next to a park on one side and a national monument on the other, so there's lots of pretty stuff to see all around Cherokee Triangle. But once you see how lovely the real estate inside Cherokee Triangle is, you may not want to leave this neighborhood to go see it!

Find Creature Comforts in Cherokee Triangle

Cherokee Triangle is in the Highlands, a neighborhood that's known for its cool vibe and lively atmosphere. There are coffee shops and parks and people traffic here. Bardstown Road is a hub for foodies and there's some nightlife, too. It's also a great place for people shopping for unique items, because many independent businesses have set up shop here. There's a movie theater right across from Cherokee Triangle and plenty of great places to visit nearby. But inside Cherokee Triangle, it's peaceful and quiet. The shady streets are full of homes, and those homes are pretty spectacular.

The elegant, traditional homes here are historic and it definitely shows. These homes are built tall and pretty with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, plus all sorts of incredible historical details inside. You know how they say they don't make them like they used to? When it comes to homes, that's definitely the case. The homes here have intricate details, such as hand-carved wood, fireplaces, gleaming hardwood floors, built-in shelves and all kinds of incredible touches you can't find so easily in modern homes. These houses were built for luxury and comfort. And even though they were built long ago, these homes have been updated and renovated over the years so they're also very modern.

Go house hunting in Cherokee Triangle this July and soon, your kids may have a brand-new backyard to go explore.

About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

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