September 29, 2012 - 7:35pm
Get the behind the scenes experience of Danger Run
Louisville’s Danger Run is a one-of-a-kind experience that stays with you throughout the year. There is not another ghost run in any other city in the world. I’ve driven (well, ridden) through Danger Run for the past two years, at least, and I usually go multiple times in a year,...
September 28, 2012 - 1:46pm
Learn what the lyrics to U2’s “Bloody Sunday” really mean at the Louisville Irish Fest Irish History Talks.
If you’re heading to Louisville Irish Fest this weekend for a pint of Guinness, a Celtic concert, or a stroll through the various vendor booths, consider sticking around for a hefty dose of history as well. The 2012 Irish History Talks is one of many activities being held at the Fest, which...
October 1, 2012 - 8:55am
Stop by the Yum Center to see what has skated into town! Disney on Ice is only here this weekend and is a lot of fun for everyone!
Last night my family and I had the pleasure of attending the opening performance of Disney on Ice "Worlds of Fantasy" at the KFC Yum! Center. I will tell you now if you or your children are "Disney people" go ahead and purchase tickets. This is enjoyable for everyone...
September 28, 2012 - 7:09am
The 2012 International Barrel Racing Association National Finals are coming to Louisville's Exposition Center on October 1-6. Come watch the excitement as horses and riders execute a clover leaf pattern around three barrels at high speed in this equine western timed event.
Some of the best riders and barrel horses in the nation will be coming to Louisville to turn and burn in the International Barrel Racing Association‘s (IBRA) 2012 National Finals. Competitors will be running for an estimated $300,000 worth of payouts and prizes throughout the week long event...
September 27, 2012 - 7:23am
Join us for our 1800 Living Pioneer Farmstead Day. Farmstead features a working blacksmith shop, pioneer home, tomahawk throws and pioneer demonstrations of all kinds. The main feature of this event is a demonstration of the nationally unique 1850 haypress, which is run by oxen.