See Disney princesses, have a visit with Santa, and more this Saturday in downtown Louisville.
Still have family in town from Thanksgiving? Here is a list of what to do.
What to do in Louisville this Holiday Weekend
For those parents who have kids at home on the Friday after Thanksgiving, and are not planning on going shopping (!), here are 5 ideas for what to do on your day off together.
Round-up of local ice skating venues and events. Check them out over holiday break!
Light Up Louisville begins the day after Thanksgiving
For its 32nd year, the city’s annual celebration launching the holiday season is expanding and moving to 4th Street, creating a four-block festival of lights set to music between the Galt House and Fourth Street Live.
“Light Up Louisville is a great holiday tradition, but it’s time to create an even brighter, more exciting event that lasts from the day after Thanksgiving until New Year’s Eve,”
The Frazier Museum exhibits a tree display that will inspire your inner Martha Stewart. It begins Nov. 25th.
After Black Friday madness has died down this year, participate in one of Louisville's most beloved holiday traditions. Light Up Louisville boasts all of the favorites of past years: spectacular lights, the Jefferson Square Park tree, the Winter Holiday Parade, and, of course, Santa Claus!
Local news for March 16, 2011
Get rid of the guilt by lacing up and making a run for it with the YMCA and the Mayor's Office at area outdoor foot races this Friday.
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