On the two-hour tour, we'll find evidence of the evolution of the area from a sparsely populated rural community in 1830 to a densely settled urban Louisville neighborhood. The event is free, but registrations are required. Best for older children and adults. Email email@example.com or call (502) 899-2213 by April 19 to register.
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