Take Your Pet to Apocalypse Brew Works October 28
It’s the end of the world as we know it at Apocalypse Brew Works because this October, the building is open to everyone. That even includes your pets! This is a family-friendly and pet-friendly party. Don’t have a pet? There will be many adoptable furry friends here for you to love.
Bullies and Brews
Head to Apocalypse Brew Works with the entire family for the Bullies and Brews event. Wear your Halloween best, because there are costume contests for you and your pet. Feel free to bring your human kids along with you. There will be face painting for them, and lots of stuff to see. Shop among the local craftspeople and vendors, stop for a bite to eat among the food trucks and enjoy the local music acts who will be performing on stage.
Yes, there will be adoptable dogs and puppies present as well. This event helps to support Fat Heads Rescue, a non-profit volunteer group that rescues does around the Kentuckiana area. All proceeds of this event help provide care for the animals. That’s why admission is free, but donations are welcome.
Apocalypse Brew Works is at 1612 Mellwood Avenue in Clifton, just a few blocks outside of Crescent Hill. If you’re looking a neighborhood to walk with your dog, come here.
Walk Your Dog to Crescent Hill
Crescent Hill is bisected by Frankfort Avenue, the center of activity in the neighborhood. Walk along this street to see people out shopping, sipping at coffee shops or enjoying a late lunch. This neighborhood is famous for celebrating local culture and independent business, and you'll find so many one-of-a-kind shops right here.
There are several places to take your dog in Crescent Hill. Go to the Reservoir, one of the city's most interesting spots, to see where Louisville's water comes from, or walk over to the Crescent Hill Golf Course to explore the gorgeous fairways.
The homes are the heart of Crescent Hill. You'll find some of the most stunning architecture in the city right here. Crescent Hill is home to many large, estate-like homes that date to the 1800s and early 1900s. You'll find everything here, including modern townhouses and family homes that were built much more recently standing just minutes away from gorgeous, traditional homes that are 100 years old. There are even brand-new homes in Crescent Hill, huge family houses that are just waiting for the right family to find them. Find a pretty bungalow, a grand traditional home with multiple fireplaces, a '30s-era showpiece -- all within walking distance of amazing restaurants, comfortable coffee shops and unique fashion boutiques.
Walk over to Crescent Hill this October, and see where you end up.
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