Here's a quick list of things you can still do before the big holiday arrives in less than 48 hours.
See Disney princesses, have a visit with Santa, and more this Saturday in downtown Louisville.
Where can you still take your children for a visit with Santa Claus?
Find yourself in the middle of the story at The Dickens Christmas Festival this weekend in Eminence, Kentucky.
A holiday calamity between generosity and greed that starts with a tuxedo in Forgive Me, It's Christmas, presented by Bunbury Theatre.
Try one or all of these local lighting celebrations. Free food, music, carriage rides and Santa sightings will be common in the next several days in Louisville.
The next tasting party at the Louisville Tea Company will include all the holiday teas, specials, music and refreshments. Bring your tea questions and don't be shy.
Here’s a list of Louisville restaurants that are serving up a Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, November 27.
Pam Tillis is staying in Louisville for a while, with dinner and a show!
Order your "homemade" Thanksgiving fixings from these local folks and take it a little easier this holiday season.
The dozen red roses and boxes of chocolates have seen their time in the limelight, now it’s time to put a little more thought and effort into it. The older I’ve become the more I have realized that it’s seriously the thought that counts. If you take your time and plan out a special Valentines Day surprise for your loved one, it will make it something that’s guaranteed to be remembered.
Louisville parents indoors with your kids on winter break, snow days, or SAHM? Check this awesome list for ideas to burn off some steam.
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