Bernheim's amazing tree sculpture by Patrick Dougherty rivals any playground and check out upcoming night hikes and night sky watches this fall.
Head to Veterans Memorial Park in Jeffersontown this Sunday, November 11 for the annual honoring of our veterans and active duty military. The program is scheduled for 5-7pm.
The show begins at 7 pm, with a spinning good time from Woodrow on the Radio. Sean Rowe is next, and of course, JD Mcpherson closes the concert.
“These veterans deserve our respect and thanks and I hope all Louisvillians will come out and help salute these brave men and women.”
Yes, my dears, it’s really, really been a month already! Bust a move down to The Bard’s Town for a cold weather dose of smooth literary jams as the InKY Reading Series presents Lynn Pruett and Ellen Birkett Morris tomorrow night, Friday, November 9th, starting at 7:30pm
Louisville: Did you know? A weekly cartoon illustrating facts about Louisville and Kentucky. In this weeks cartoon, BIG things are happening!
Round-up of of free storytimes at A Reader's Corner, Carmichael's, Barnes & Noble, and Pottery Barn Kids.
Cool contest! Kids create their own ice cream flavor for Comfy Cow. The winner gets free ice cream for a year, tickets to KaLightoscope at Galt House, and bragging rights. Entries due November 15.
Spring Run Farm, located in Prospect, Kentucky, is hosting a Student and Open Hunter Horse Show on Saturday, November 10. Classes include walk-trot up to Jumpers 3'6".
Brazilian brothers Sergio and Odair Assad share their unique and innovative classical guitar style.
Multiple theatre companies, guest productions, puppets, poetry, workshops, and more are to happen during the Slant Culture Theatre Festival, which starts today.
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.