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Louisville Magazine, Louisville.com and the Louisville Crashers are teaming up to bring you an amazing night of music and dancing, and it's all for a good cause! Proceeds go to benefit Blessings in a Backpack, a wonderful charity that helps to feed hungry kids in the Kentuckiana area and across the country.
The Crash Bash is Nov. 24, 8-p.m. to midnight, at the Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center (1860 Mellwood Ave.) This event is for people 21 and older. Admission is $10 with your donation of a new or gently used backpack, or $15 without a donation.
Actors Theatre presents A Christmas Story
In this Christmas adventure like no other, young Ralphie Parker's fervent campaign for a Red Ryder BB gun unfolds despite a chorus of worries ("You'll shoot your eye out!") and amid seasonal shenanigans involving a leg lamp, a bunny suit and a tongue stuck to a frozen flagpole. Relive a family tradition or start one anew with this stage adaption of the beloved film, inspired by Jean Shepherd's classic American stories about Christmas—and growing up—in the Midwest.
Actors Theatre of Louisville
316 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Tickets start at $20
Get the Led Out: The American Led ZeppelinIs it rock and roll sacrilege to suggest that Get The Led Out is better at playing Zeppelin than Zeppelin? Not for the Philadelphia Inquirer, which overheard excited fans saying just that at a recent concert. Dubbed The American Led Zeppelin, these heavy metal vets put on a show that will transform Whitney Hall into a hard rock temple. With their meticulous musicianship and all-out electric showmanship, Get The Led Out is both an amazing tribute to a legendary band and a phenomenal experience in its own right.
The Kentucky Center
501 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Tickets $35, $28
Rock for Kosair 6 @ Phoenix Hill TavernCharity event; $10 minimum donation at door. Featuring THe Zoo Kings, Ugly, Autumn Canvas, Nova Red, Some Kind of Sain, Bonejinn, Factor 9, Burning Babylon, Snotozzy & The Crazy Babies, 16 Bones, Trust Divided, Heatherfield, E-Flat, Year of the Gun, 3 Guitar giveaways.
Phoenix Hill Tavern
644 Baxter Ave.
Museums on Main Street - Teacher Appreciation WeekendIn celebration of American Education Week, the Frazier Museum is teaming up with other museums in the historic Main Street area to honor educators! All teachers will receive free admission for themselves and one guest to the following locations: Frazier International History Museum, Glassworks, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (Sat. only), KentuckyShow! at the KY Center, Louisville Science Center, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Muhammad Ali Center, and 21c Museum. Show your school ID or paycheck stub for admittance. For more information about individual locations visit www.museumrowonmain.com, or call (502)753-1045.
Frazier International History Museum
829 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Derby City Roller Girls vs. Gem City Roller GirlsThe Derby are taking on the ladies from Gem City Roller Girls of Dayton Ohio. Where? Manslick Rollerdrome located at 721 Gagel Ave. Louisville, KY 40216. Doors open at 6:00 with the bout starting at 7:00. Sponsored by BBC serving BBC Heartbreaker Ale. Also by Dr. Hurm, DMD keeping your favorite roller girls teeth covered and protected. Come share the fun in this family friendly event. What is roller derby? Roller derby consists of two teams of five skaters each on the track. Each team has one scoring player called a jammer, who starts at the back and wears a star on her helmet. The rest of the skaters are called blockers, and they form a pack. The blockers get a head start on the jammers when the first whistle is blown; the jammers start sprinting at the sound of the second whistle. The jammers have to get through the pack and back around another lap before they can start scoring. On their second and future trips through, they get a point for every opponent they pass. Everyone else tries to stop the other teams' jammer from passing while helping their own jammer through. The team with the most points at the end of the bout wins. What this means for you? Fun, action and excitement! All tickets and seating are general admission. Seats available on first come, first serve basis. Tickets are non refundable!! For groups of 10 or more there is a discount price of $7.00 per individual ticket. Please send e-mail to inquire. Children under 6: Free, Ages 7-12: $5 in advance, Adults $9 in advance. Suicide seating for 18+ only is strictly enforced. The ticket holder assumes all risk incidental to the game of roller derby whether occurring prior to, during, or after the bout. Including (but not exclusively) the danger of being injured by or in connection with any participant of the bout. Ticket holder agrees Derby City Rollergirls is not liable for any resulting injuries. THIS IS NOT A BYOB EVENT. Beer available for purchase to 21+ with ID. Water fountains on-site; soda and foodstuffs--as well as DCRG merchandise--available for cash purchase. Rollergirls rated PG-13 for short skirts and strong language; parental guidance suggested. Our bouts our very loud, and our fans are very excited. If you have small children who do not tolerate noise - this may not be the best place for them. Notes Seating first come first sit, tickets are non refundable. Advance tickets available on-line at brownpapertickets.com or Purchase locally at DERBY CITY ESPRESSO, EAR-X-TACY and COMIC BOOK WORLD as well as by your favorite ROLLER GIRL!! Support your local business! More info: www.derbycityrollergirls.com  or find us on Facebook!
721 Gagel Ave.
Louisville, KY 40219
Children under 6: Free / Ages 7-12: $5 advance / Adults: $9 advance, $11 at the door
A Tribute To the Boston PopsSat. November 20, 2010 | 8pm | Whitney Hall | A Tribute to the Boston Pops When it comes to Pops, one "band" owns the franchise... the Boston Pops. Bob Bernhardt, fresh from a recent appearance with the Pops in Boston, leads a tribute to Beantown with nods to two Pops conductors, John Williams and Arthur Fiedler. In true Boston style, we'll offer this Louisville Pops concert with two intermissions! Tickets range from $30 - $72 and are available by calling 502.584.7777 or visit LouisvilleOrchestra.org.
Kentucky Center, Whitney Hall
501 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
$30 - $72
Little Sisters of the Poor 19th Annual Holiday Festival & Chicken Dinner
St. Joseph's Home for the Aged
15 Audubon Plaza Drive
Louisville, KY 40217
Native American Heritage Family DayJoin us for a unique day of activities in the Art Sparks Interactive Gallery and Native American Gallery. Activities will include storytelling and art making. Admission is free. Admission is $5 for Art Sparks.
The Speed Art Museum
2035 S. Third St.
Louisville, KY 40208
Admission for family day activities is free. Admission to Art Sparks is $5.