Gorge yourself on literature this weekend as Locust Grove dishes out used books for sweet prices at their Spring Book Sale. Friday through Sunday, 10am – 4:30pm. I’ll be there with bells on. Literally, bells, if I can manage it. Because bells are just great.
Writing is difficult. I’m sweating right now. Curious to know how the famous novel came to be? Join Dr. Glynis Ridley and the Jane Austen Society this Sunday, February 17th at 2pm at Locust Grove and hear the story.
Waltz into the weekend at the Historical Ball this Saturday at Locust Grove
Ink to parchment went down 200 years ago and ‘Pride & Prejudice’ was born. The Jane Austen Society of Louisville jumpstarts the anniversary this Sunday, January 20th, with the meeting “Reliving the ‘Pride & Prejudice’ Tour”. Locust Grove. 2pm. There will be tea.
Ladies and gentleman, learn to adorn yourselves in Regency and Federal splendor in the beautiful ambience of the historical home of Locust Grove this Saturday.
The December meeting of the Greater Louisville chaper of the Jane Austen Society once again wowed all those in attendance.
Step back to a simpler time and enjoy the Christmas festivities at Locust Grove and Blackacre Nature Preserve.
Let the sounds of the Louisville Dulcimer Society send you into the holiday season this Wednesday at Locust Grove.
Buck the usual Black Friday destinations and come to Locust grove instead for some unique gift ideas.
There's an educational and entertaining family event this weekend that doesn't involve pumpkins or ghosts: the 18th Century Market Fair at historic Locust Grove.
Tour participants will travel through 30 acres of wooded area in historic Locust Grove on Saturday, September 9.
AHTV and BOOK TV will have a block of programming where all of the respective Louisville pieces for their networks will air.