July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Science Literacy: Author and science historian, George Dyson, discusses the birt
Quick! Have you used a computer in the last 5 seconds? (If you answered “no” then we seriously need to talk about your grip on reality…). Come and learn the true tall tale about the creation of the device that changed our world; author and science historian, George Dyson, will present his book ‘Turing’s Cathedral’ at 7pm tonight, Monday, March 12th, at the Library.
Oh, the things you must have seen…
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Creative Energy: The Library’s Boom Time Series discusses creative outlets for y
Building model airplanes? That is so 1950 (not that 1950 wasn’t a good year for those who may have been there). Find a creative match for your life with help from some locals as part of the Library’s Boom Time Series this Wednesday, February 22nd at 6pm.
Think fast: what do you like to do with your free time?
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
TLC: Library’s Boom Time Series discusses help and health for providing care
The need to provide care for an ill or aging family increases as we round the corners of maturity. Let the Library’s Boom Time Series provide some options, ideas and personal experiences about care-giving for your life this Wednesday, February 15th at 6pm.
With a national day devoted solely to the scrumptious and sugary-sweet strings of love dawning tomorrow – is your calendar bursting with peppy pink hearts, yet? – affection, in all its syrupy forms, is probably simmering somewhere close to the surface of your thoughts –...
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Green Thumbs in the Golden Years: Library’s Boom Time Series focuses on farming
The Boom Time Series continues in the month of February with the next health and wellness chapter, ‘My Other Life – three different perspectives’. Get the dirt on farming, gardening and green-thumbing 101 this Wednesday, February 8th at 6pm, and enrich your mind and body.
Oh, to stop and smell the roses…In the hustle and bustle of this day and age, our machine-minded, fast-paced locomotive bodies are far more likely to blindly trample every innocent flora in our path rather than saunter slowly in admiration of their delicate scent. But vegetation shapes...
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Sink or Swim: The Library remembers The Great Flood of ‘37 with a panel discussi
Seventy-five years ago the Ohio flooded our River City in Louisville’s worst natural disaster of the 20th century. Join a team of local historians, authors and journalists this Tuesday, February 7th at 7pm, as the Library explores the extraordinary measures taken during The Great Flood.
My Grandfather was seventeen-years-old when the city of Louisville was swallowed alive by the surging waters of the Ohio some seven decades ago. The pictures are old and grainy – depicting a Louisville in a faded mantle of sepia and smoke that looks so unfamiliar to the streets we now traipse...
Like us on Facebook!
Subscribe to our RSS Feed!
Follow us on Twitter!
Add us to your circles on Google+!
Follow us on Pinterest!
Follow us on Tumblr!

Search Louisville Events

More Events | Post an Event | Event Map
mon
22
tue
23
wed
24
thu
25
fri
26
sat
27
sun
28

Search Louisville Restaurants

Louisville Independent Business Alliance

 

Copyright © 2014 Louisville.com, All Rights Reserved
137 W. Muhammad Ali Boulevard, Suite 102, Louisville, KY 40202
502-625-0100
Mobile Site