The Susan G. Komen race for the cure kicks off tomorrow marking itself as an important run in the city.
Kick off the month of October with the Highland Cup 5K Run/Walk, a 3.1 mile loop from Douglas Boulevard Christian Church to Big Rock and back. The event is Saturday, October 1 at 8:00 a.m., to be followed by a pancake breakfast at the church from 8:30-9:30.
Louisville's leg of the Ironman tournament has almost been fully planned with entrants and the like. On a related note, these people are in shape!
Race and gender through the generations are seen through women's eyes in Looking for Lilith's production of Hunting the Basilisk, which opens on Friday.
Citizen's Union Bank is sponsoring the Fourth Annual Oaks Eve Bash, which will benefit The Dream Factory and Race for Corey charities. Pretty cars, pretty horses, pretty people, and a pretty good time.
Stuck in the office all week and jealous of those who enjoyed snow days and playing in the snow? You’re in luck, and you’ll feel amazing afterwards! Come out and run in the Snowman Shuffle!
Race marks a great way to work towards your new years resolutions!
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