Get to know the nation's largest urban forest. It's right in our own backyard! At the Open House, shop for the outdoor enthusiasts on your holiday lists, and pick up their swanky new professional trail map with a $10 donation.
River City Races offers three races in its Grand Prix series to keep us moving and motivated in December, January, and February. Don't miss the Reindeer Romp 4k, the Frostbite 5k, or the Snowman Shuffle 4 Mile.
If a traditional Thanksgiving is on your family's menu, consider going vintage with a Broad-Breasted Bronze. Once an industry standard, it's now an endangered breed propelled only by speciality markets of local eaters. The Bronze is available right now through Grasshoppers in Louisville. Order yours today!
Each month, Seven Counties Services holds free educational baby showers
for pregnant women. Perks include free healthy pregnancy information
including breastfeeding, games, a free diaper bag full of baby goodies,
and prizes of baby essentials.
From homemade chicken soup to the flu vaccine, we can all prevent the spread of disease. And, if you still need a flu shot, make an appointment at a Louisville Metro Public Health & Wellness clinic, where Medicare, Medicaid, and Passport are accepted. Can't afford the shot? No one is turned away.
IRS legislation, in its quest to maintain tax code integrity, will continue to restrict breastfeeding mothers from using HSAs and FSAs to purchase breast pumps, but will ensure "vaccuum erection devices" to be legitmate medical expenses.
Breast cancer prevention comes in many forms, but one often overlooked--breastfeeding--is finally being recognized with a sole item via Race for the Cure gear for babies. And, there's still time to register for tomorrow's event!
Meet Christi and Samantha, two wannabe Losers, who will continue their journey of fitness and health, despite their unsuccessful Biggest Loser auditions. They are the Louisville.com "Lou"sers! Meet them, support them, and let them inspire you as they change their lives.
Susan G. Komen Louisville affiliate volunteers will be on hand at the Southwest Regional Library in Valley Station to answer your questions, assist you in forming a team, and get you registered for the Race for the Cure in Louisville on October 9th.