The odds are on these family-friendly events this weekend. Happy summer, Louisville families!
This Saturday, July 16 at 2:00 Foxhollow Farm will lead a fossil hunting hike. The experience begins with a short hay ride followed by a hike to Harrod's Creek for some great rock hunting. Discover many fossilized shells, coral, and even crystals while you trudge along the banks. A sure-fire family fun activity to get the kids in nature and encourage the joy of discovery. Up to 5 fossil-hunters can stuff the $25 fossil bag. Call 241.9674 for more information.
Book Discussion: The Story of Charlotte's Web
Sunday, July 17 at 4:00, Charmichael's welcomes biographer Michael Sims who will speak on his new book, The Story of Charlotte's Web: E.B. White's Eccentric Life in Nature and the Birth of an American Classic. Sims delved into the childhood and spider research of White to find the inspiration for his classic children's stories. Bring the kids to hear about the real tales of Charlotte, Wilbur, and Templeton.
At St. Agnes, the annual picnic isn't enough, they've gotta have a carnival. This Friday and Saturday (July 15-16), saunter down to St. Agnes on Newburg Rd. for some good old-fashioned Catholic fun. Beer, the cake and quilt wheels, gambling, live entertainment, a parade and midway rides are a few of the activities available at this immensely popular annual event.
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