Louisville Metro Animal Services has over 200 adoptable pets now residing at their facilities. Together we have found many of them homes and in the spirit of Thanksgiving thank you. Here is this week's featured pets.
Looking for something to do with family this Thanksgiving weekend? Thousands of twinkling lights await you at the Southern Lights Holiday Festival held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.
The retired Alaskan travel guide will sign the new book cataloging his adventures in the Alaskan wilderness. Along with his friend – and sometimes travel companion – Denny Drum, M. Scotty Lamkin will be at The Summit location of Barnes & Noble tonight, Monday, November 19th at 2pm.
There are those among us who simply Do It All. Local literary jack-of-all-trades George Ella Lyon will hit up Carmichael’s Bookstore this Sunday, November 18th at 4pm for a book signing and reading.
If you are fan of Animal Planet then you don't want to miss Shorty Rossi, star of Pit Boss, at Metro Animal Service's Animal House Adoption Center on Saturday, November 17.
Patrons of the Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event and the Kentucky Reining Cup, held at the Kentucky Horse Park, can be proud to know they helped in giving of charitable contributions.
If you participate in the equestrian sport of eventing then you don't want to miss the upcoming clinic by top eventer Stephen Bradley at Spring Run Farm on November 30 through December 2.
This week's featured adoptable pets from Louisville's Metro Animal Services would love to be in their forever homes by the Holidays. They need responsible pet owners to come to their rescue.
Bernheim's amazing tree sculpture by Patrick Dougherty rivals any playground and check out upcoming night hikes and night sky watches this fall.
This week we feature both adult dogs and young puppies, and one very pretty young kitten. Louisville Metro Animal Services has over two hundred adoptable pets that need their forever homes.
Are you an adult who has always dreamed about learning more about horses? If so then the Louisville Equestrian Center's new adult program called EQuest might be just for you.
Have you ever seen a butterfly flutterby? Well, if not, you can on Sunday at the Louisville Science Center.