See two local films at Open Gallery for $5 Suggested Donation
Baby it is cold outside and not warming up soon; head indoors for family entertainment this weekend, January 10-11.
Make 2015 a more creative year with one or two of these new art classes at the Jewish Community Center.
Experimental art house films aren't really something you see every day in Louisville, but you can watch this award winning short film right here on Louisville.com and read the chat with the director.
Squallis Puppeteers are here to free your imagination, create fantastic characters, and tell stories that are important to the community
The family five refers to a new series centered around five things for families to do together throughout the weekends.
If you'd like to see one of the largest outdoor, family-friendly Christmas laser light shows in American, here's your chance.
New year, new activities in and around Louisville to try with your children and families.
The Carnegie Center in New Albany's upcoming programming includes free workshops in book art. Participants will create one-of-a-kind, multi-material masterpieces.
A gorgeous botanical gardens coming soon to the waterfront area.
Watercolor artist Cathy Hill gives clients their castle, their little slice of heaven, right here in Louisville.
Make memories and give the gift of a special experience in Louisville. Your family and friends will think you are brilliant (you are).
Happy Holidays, check these off your to do list this season!
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