Local author and performance artist Divinity Rose is re-releasing her humorous book “Snot, Bots, and Other Thoughts” with a big party for kids and their families on Sunday, December 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bearno’s by the Bridge. The party will include karaoke for the whole family, give-aways, activities and more. Admission is free, and free goodie bags are available to the first 50 people to arrive.
Band gigs are always interesting, sometimes fun, and sometimes humorously awful especially on Halloween.
Bad weather? No worries. Here are some great tips for a fun and memorable Halloween without worrying about the forecast.
Monday (February 27) marks the celebratory release party of the 5th Edition of the the LOOK Gallery Guide. The award-winning guide lists art galleries and museums that are local to the Louisville and Southern Indiana areas. A release party will be at Gallery M of Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center from 6 to 8 p.m.
Family-oriented holiday celebration at UofL
Kick off December with Louisville Magazine's launch party!
Festival of Fantasy: Dance on the Dark Side will provide a safe place for people to celebrate Halloween and support two great causes at the same time.
Shuttle's final launch to be simulcast; kids' activities offered
June 3, join Louisville Magazine 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Churchill Downs 4th floor balcony (700 Central Avenue) to celebrate the launch of its June 2011 issue.
The venue was packed full, and Kentucky Derby Jockeys Johnny Velazquez, Rosie Napravnik , and Julian Leparoux were all behind the bar slinging Woodford Reserve and French Manhattans.
What's that? A Derby Week event for our inner Hillbilly? Say it ain't so!
Unless your Derby party is adults only, you'll need to make the day enjoyable for the kids too. Here's how.