May 14, 2014 - 9:00am
Stay weird and buy something.
The Keep Louisville Weird movement continues on Sunday, May 18 as the Water Tower Park, 3005 River Road hosts the 6th Annual Buy Local Fair.
August 24, 2012 - 11:28am
Paige Breedlove and Sarah McCullum update, tweet, pin, and blog from the 2012 Kentucky State Fair.
“It’s probably not something most people see when they go to work,” said Sarah McCullum about members of the Nerveless Nocks All-American Stunt and Thrill Show, who have been practicing outside her window during her internship at Kentucky State Fair Board Media/Public...
June 7, 2012 - 11:06pm
It’s summer! Time for cotton candy, carnival rides and greased pigs! It’s fair time and the Hillview City Fair kicks off the fun tomorrow.
The 2012 Hillview City Fair will take place at the Hillview Government Center, formerly St. Mary's Catholic Church on June 7th - 9th. This is an event to showcase Northern Bullitt County. There will be live entertainment, carnival rides, game booths, commercial exhibits: including Scentsy, and...
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
Looking for something fun to do next weekend? Check out Knobsfest!
Looking for something fun to do next weekend?Look no further! The other side of the river has some great festivals coming up and the first on my radar is KnobsFest! Knobsfest will take place on Saturday June 9th from noon to midnight at St. Mary’s of the Knobs Catholic Church in beautiful...
October 31, 2011 - 2:08pm
Travel back in time to the founding of our fair city at Locust Grove, where their annual Eighteenth Century Market Fair boasts period-correct entertainers, goods for sale, and a thrilling Revolutionary War reenactment on the stunning grounds.
After founding a city like Louisville, where might one retire? On the wild frontier of the eighteenth-century Ohio River Valley, it's difficult to imagine an easy retirement for anyone, but George Rogers Clark, father of River City, was one of the lucky ones. The historic home of Locust Grove,...