Take the Teens to Movie Night at the Southwest Regional Library December 18
Southwest Regional Library is hosting Teen Movie Night this December, and all the teens in Louisville are invited. Make sure your teen is there from 6 to 8 pm, and give them a fun night out with other local teens watching a movie that you might remember from when you were a teenager.
Teen Movie Night
Snacks will be provided during the movie, which is “The Dark Crystal.” Released in 1982, "The Dark Crystal" is a beloved children's movie that has become a cult classic over the years. The animatronics used in the making of the movie were groundbreaking in their day. Filmmakers worked with Jim Henson, the legendary puppeteer, to bring the characters to life. It's a captivating tale that appeals to all ages, and the content is appropriate for a teen audience.
The story of "The Dark Crystal" is coming to Netflix as a series, so the beloved movie will be more popular than ever. The library is at 9725 Dixie Highway in the Valley Station neighborhood, one of Louisville's largest family communities.
A Visit to Valley Station
The library is surrounded by some of the family-friendly features that make Valley Station stand out. Stuart Academy, one of the biggest middle schools in the state, is just blocks away. The Jefferson Community and Technical College Campus is minutes away, and the gorgeous Bobby Nichols Golf Course is right down the road.
Go in the other direction, and you'll find Valley High School along with several of the shopping and eating places that Valley Station offers. There are places to stop all along Dixie Highway. In fact, you'll have to come back to this neighborhood several times to see all the attractions here. But after you see the houses in Valley Station, you'll want to do just that, come back here lots of times.
Valley Station was built to be a suburb of the city, and the neighborhood has a perfect suburban look. You'll find street after street of big lawns with pretty family homes sitting on them in every design, from big and grand contemporary homes to classic ranch and bungalow styles. Homes range in size here, so there's a house here that will fit families of every size, too. New homes are still being built in Valley Station, because this is still a neighborhood for big dreams. Visit Valley Station this December, and start dreaming of your life here.
To learn about other fun things to do in the area, please visit our Louisville Real Estate website.