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2012 NCAA Womens Volleyball Championships at KFC Yum! Center
The city along with the University of Louisville is proud to host the NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championship.
Dec. 13-15, 2012
Leahy Family Christmas at Olge Center
Embrace the spirit of the holiday season with Canadian musical powerhouse Leahy as they take the stage for A Leahy Family Christmas. The band’s Christmas concert highlights holiday favorites, original seasonal pieces, and the Leahy fare that has made the band one of Canada’s most appealing exports.
Dec. 13, 7:30-10 p.m.
The Last Hanukkah Christmas at Bunbury Theatre
Fresh on the heels of last season's hit, Tossmann revives the cantankerous duo of Klurman and Goldstein. It's December 21st 2012, the day the Mayna calendar ends and the end of the world begins. As the play opens Goldstein has died and come back as a ghost to haunt Klurman. Sparks fly when Klurman sees his old friend and questions why he might be the only person living on the planet.
Dec. 13, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair at French Lick Resort
Find that impeccable gift for someone special at the resort’s fifth annual holiday arts and crafts fair. Browse an enticing array of holiday ornaments, wreaths, candles, one-of-a-kind collectibles and other assorted handmade arts and crafts.
Pokey LaFarge at Headliners
Pokey LaFarge brings his brand of American folk to Headliners Music Hall. The Dirt Daubers & Whiskey Bent Valley Boys will open.
Dec. 14, 2012
Melismatics at Oxmoor Country Club
Those searching for the meaning of rock in 2006 need look no further than "Turn It On" by The Melismatics. A swaggering, super-tight pop band fronted by Ryan Smith, The Melismatics take their own modern vision and sterling hooks and tumble them around with the best aspects of the classics.
Dec. 14, 2012
Overload and Rifle Christmas Miracle Tour 2012 at Third Street Dive
Check out the Overload and Rifle Christmas Miracle Tour 2012, a non-stop whirlwind of dates starting on Dec. 15 at The Dive and ending on Dec. 15 at The Dive.
Dec. 15, 2012, 10 p.m.
The Hanger’s Holiday Open House
Dec. 15, 6-9 p.m.
Belle of Louisville/Spirit of Jefferson Breakfast With Santa and Mrs. Claus
Come on down to the Fourth Street Wharf for a two-hour breakfast cruise on the riverboat Spirit of Jefferson. A delicious buffet is part of your ticket, and kids of all ages will enjoy a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. Advance reservations are required. On-line reservations are now available.
Dec. 15, 9:30-12 p.m.
Roma Craft Tobac Cigar Tasting at Riverside Cigars
Enjoy a tasting focused on Cro Magnon, Aquitaine and Intemperance Cigars. Meet and greet Skip Martin, Michael Rosales, and Estaban principles of Roma Craft. These are extremely rare, boutique, highly rated cigars from Nicaragua
Dec. 16, 2012, 1-5 p.m.
Paint Out Loud at Westport Whiskey & Wine
Sign up for Painting Classes at Westport Whiskey & Wine, taught by Gena Neumann, an ARTaFx.com: National and Internationally Exhibited Artist. This is a fun, follow-along painting session and you get to take home that night's paintings. Wine, beer, sodas, and water will be for sale to enjoy while we work. (A light snack provided. All supplies included. Limited to first 18 pre-paid per class. Call to reserve your spot at 502-708-1313.
Dec. 16, 2012, 4-6 p.m.
Coopers’ Christmas Film Screening at The Clifton Center
The Clifton Center will present a screening of Coopers’ Christmas, a comedy set in 1985 suburbia where a dysfunctional family’s Christmas disintegrates into madness once an estranged uncle shows up for the holiday, as part of the Wild and Woolly Film Series. Intended for mature audiences, the 95-minute film is told primarily through the eyes of Teddy, the youngest Cooper son, through the family’s Christmas present: a second-hand VHS camcorder.
December 16, 6 p.m.