The Halloween season can be a lot of fun. It's the only time when spotting zombies, mummies and other various members of the living dead is not a bad thing. But sometimes, it can be a little much for some of the younger kids. So, what are some of the options for families that want to keep it a...
Can’t wait for some trick-or-treating? Join Bellarmine University for an evening of family-friendly Halloween festivities this coming Monday, October 25 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the 10th annual Hall-o-Treats, “Knight at the Haunted Museum.”
Before heading out on your own Halloween eve adventures, bring your kids out to Jeffersontown's Farmer's Market Pavilion. Kicking off the late morning at 10:00 A.M., the historic Gaslight Square will play host to hundreds of young ghouls in a pre-Halloween celebration.
You’ve heard of Lollapalooza, but Doulapalooza takes you back—way back. Like back to the very beginning.
A diagnosis of cancer can be devastating, but never so much as when a child is affected. Whether personally battling the disease or dealing with a friend or family member who is, Gilda’s Club Louisville has a free, one-of-a-kind program just for kids ages 6-12 starting this coming Saturday, Sept....
Registration is open for the Bellarmine University Hitting Academy for young baseball players 7 to 13. Conducted by the Bellarmine baseball team head coach Deron Spink, assistant coaches Josh Thomas and Shane Gordon, and Knights players, the clinic will run from Sept. 26 to Oct. 24 on consecutive...
The Upper Highlands Neighborhood Association will celebrate its sixth annual Festival in the Upper Highlands this Saturday, June 26 on the front lawn of Atherton High School, 3000 Dundee Road in the Highlands—and there truly will be something for everybody.
Don't tucker yourself out too much with all the art tours and openings going on Friday night, because Saturday is a day of festivals here in Southern Indiana.
Look out, Goosey Loosey—the sky is falling.Bellarmine University presents the East Coast premiere of Carlos Manuel’s Henny Penny
My family just got back yesterday from a 8-day trip in Ecuador. While I had intended on being able to update you all more when I was in Quito, a scarcity of internet access derailed my plans. If there's one thing I learned about traveling in Latin America, it is to expect the unexpected.
Registration opens Sunday, March 7 for the spring session of Heartland Music Together