Watch the Not-So-Newlywed at the Olmsted Game July 19
Been married for a while? If you haven’t been a newlywed in a long time, you’re going to love the Not-So-Newlywed Game. Participate in this fun charity event at the Olmsted, and have a great day out in Crescent Hill.
Playing the Game
Several local celebrity couples will compete in the Not-So-Newlywed Game, and you’re welcome to come and watch all the fun. There will be a lot of laughs, probably a few jabs and lots of rolling eyes -- mostly, the wives at their husbands.
This is a fundraising event that helps to support Masonic Homes of Kentucky’s Inspired Wishes Program. This program helps create opportunities for older people in the Louisville area. Be at the Olmsted at 3701 Frankfort Avenue from 6 to 9 pm to see all the fun and play along. Cocktail hour and the silent auction begin the event at 6, and the game begins at 7. Tickets are $100 per person, or $500 for a table of 8.
The Olmsted is in the eclectic Crescent Hill neighborhood. If you want to have fun in Louisville, this community is a great place to start.
Play Around in Crescent Hill
You never know what you're going to find in Crescent Hill, and that's all part of this neighborhood's charm. Along Frankfort Avenue, you'll discover all sorts of funky shops and trendy restaurants, great little cafes and amazing art galleries -- among other stuff. Crescent Hill has its own neighborhood Golf Course and an Aquatic Center with a pool that residents love in the summertime. But what people love most about Crescent Hill isn't the fun shops on Frankfort Avenue or the amazing outdoor spaces, it's the incredible homes.
If you can name it, you can probably find it in Crescent Hill. Looking for an historic brick home with a grand traditional look, or something more modern like a sharp condo that's just a few miles from the city? What about an enormous townhouse with a two-car garage, or a charming family home with Southern-style architecture? From gorgeous craftsman homes to unique custom houses you can't even define, Crescent Hill has everything. This neighborhood is a little funky, a lot trendy, very historic and completely amazing. Go explore the community this July, and go see why you should be living in Crescent Hill.
To learn about other fun things to do in the Louisville area, please visit the website of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team.