September 8, 2008 - 10:01am
One of the best things about being the 17th biggest city in the US is the great small-town feel that Louisville has. A prime example of that happens October 10-11 at the 14th Belknap Fall Festival.
Annually held on the second Saturday in October, the Belknap Fall Festival is the original event that began the “Week in the Highlands” series of events. A crowd of 10,000+ people is expected at the 14th Belknap Fall Festival over the course of the two days. The festival is held at the Douglass...
September 3, 2008 - 2:26pm
The Home of the Innocents is hosting a celebration in their back yard. With all proceeds benefitting the home, the only thing missing is your support!
With construction beginning soon for the expansion for the Home of the Innocents, there is plenty of reason for the community to get involved. This Saturday, September 6th is your chance to support one of Louisville’s largest child advocacy centers.
The Big Ol’ Back Yard BBQ will offer food and...
August 13, 2008 - 2:40pm
September 5th-6th will be the Inaugural Irish Hill Improv Festival. Lots of laughs are to be had- come out and get yours!
The popular and historic Irish Hill Neighborhood will be hosting a festival the weekend of September 5th and 6th that is sure to tickle your funny bone. The Louisville Improvisers and the world-famous Groundlings are the headliners for this celebration at Walden Theater on Payne Street at 8:00 pm...
August 31, 2008 - 10:00pm
With a world of different food, drink, shopping and education, this year’s World Fest will showcase the globe’s finest… all in downtown Louisville!
On Labor Day weekend 2008, the Belvedere (5th & Main Streets) will be the scene of a festival celebrating the world! Louisville Metro is sponsoring this FREE event on Friday and Saturday from 11am-11pm, and invites visitors to come out and experience the world right at their feet.
July 21, 2008 - 11:12am
This weekend, the Upper Highlands Neighborhood is celebrating by hosting the 4th Annual Festival in The Upper Highlands
This Saturday, July 26th, from 11am- 4pm, the Upper Highlands Neighborhood is sponsoring their annual festival at Atherton High School. It’s a chance for residents to come out and visit vendors, mingle with civic organizations and celebrate during this family-friendly event.