Looking for what's going on this weekend? Here’s your To-Do list in Possibility City for September 26-28.
Get out and enjoy our city this weekend! Here's your verb list to see what's happening in Louisville:
BRING:Non-Perishable food items to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium if you’re going out to the UofL/UConn game tonight at 8 pm. Dare to Care will be accepting items to help with those affected by the windstorm last week.
BUY: Poop! The Zoo’s Fall Poopy Doo Sale is Saturday at the Louisville Zoo. Get mulch and the zoo animal’s “poopy doo” by the truckload! 8 am- 11 am.
CHECK OUT: The Captain’s Quarters Regatta and Art Show on Saturday and Sunday from 10-4 at Captain’s Quarters. Enjoy a great time on the river with art, food and entertainment.
DRINK: Bluegrass Brewing Co.'s 1st annual Kentuckiana Harvest Festival at BBC on Shelbyville Road, featuring hops presentations and beer tastings from local breweries. Saturday afternoon from 3-7 pm.
EAT: Smoketown Chili Cook-Off, Saturday from 12pm- 8 pm at the corner of Oak and Logan Streets. Music, Art and booths are included.
HOP: On the FAT Trolley Hop. It’s the last Friday of the month, and that means it’s gallery hopping time. The Clifton, Crescent Hill and Butchertown neighborhoods come together to celebrate the best in art, food and entertainment.
LISTEN: Avett Brothers, City Block: Coyote’s 9:00 PM Saturday
REFLECT: www.rydercup.com See photo galleries and re-live the excitement from the wildly successful and memorable tournament at Valhalla.
SEE: 43 Plays for 43 Presidents, Actor’s Theater 316 W Main Street. It’s the last weekend for this reflection about our American Presidents. With the 2008 election coming up, it’s a perfect way to hone your political spirit!
SPORT: The colors of your favorite Kentucky University this weekend
UL plays Uconn Friday at 8:00 pm ESPN2
UK plays Western Kentucky University on Saturday at 7:00 PM ESPN Gameplan
SUPPORT: The Louisville Aids Walk, Sunday September 28th 1:00, (Walk starts at 3:00) downtown on the Belvedere. On-site registration is available. There is also a 5K Run, and a Pet Walk as a part of this pet-friendly, family event.
TAKE: Your family out to Bowman Field on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the Bluegrass Balloon Festival. Booths, balloons & family fun: www.bluegrassballoons.com
THINK: Louisville’s Ideafestival returns to town. Experience creativity and innovation at its best. http://www.ideafestival.com/
VISIT: Bill Monroe Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Uncle Pen Days Festival
Check out the last two days of a four-day festival featuring several bluegrass bands, instrument and vocal workshops, jam sessions, camping, food, vendors and flea markets. Friday and Saturday, at 11 am, Bean Blossom, IN