• Everyone loves a ladies night.  Everyone loves a unique piece of jewelry or art. The two combine in a great, fun way tonight (November 3)at the Crescent Hill Women's Club (2641 Grinstead Drive) for the Bliss Gallery and Gifts Ladies Night Holiday Showcase. Come out with your girlfriends and get in the holiday spirit early. 
  • If you're a dog lover or an animal lover of any kind, the American Printing House for the Blind has the perfect program for you.  This Saturday, September 18, learn all about service dogs - from their training to their "relaxation time."
  • Carmichael's is the place to be tonight for any sports fan.  From 7:00-8:30pm, author Philip von Borries will discuss his newest book, The Louisville Baseball Almanac.  Learn about Louisville's rich history in the sport known as America's favorite pasttime. 
  • Fall is the perfect season to learn to make a pie.  After spending the day at an orchard picking apples, now you will have the perfect use for all of your extra apples.  The Sweet Tooth Bakery is offering pie baking classes throughout the fall, so take advantage of the opportunity to impress your family at Thanksgiving for years to come. 
  • Napa Valley, Champagne, Alsace, and Kentucky?  Believe it or not, Kentucky has an up and coming collection of wineries, not just the kind that make strawberry wine.  Kentucky Wine Tastings is an organization that will provide a wine sampling bar for events, consisting entirely of Kentucky Proud wines.  It's a fantastic way to not only try something new, but also to support local farmers. 
  • Coming soon: it's time to trade in your Big Daddy Burger for an ice cream sandwich.  As of Monday, Tim and Roy Koons-McGee, owners of the Comfy Cow, have purchased the much-maligned house and Genny's Diner, owned by Frank Faris, which they will convert into one of their delicious stores, selling ice cream and other sweet treats. 
  • Crescent Hill Outdoor Cinema series concludes this Saturday, with a double feature of "Cars" and "Bullitt"--a great way to wind down the summer. 
  • Consignment stores are a great way to help your wallet, the planet and your fashion sense. Margaret's is a Louisville classic, and there are many more to explore in the city. 
  • As a part of the F.A.T. Friday Hop, Gallery Janjobe will host the opening of a new exhibit, "Symbols," featuring nine pieces of work by Gena Neumann.  Each piece is made of repurposed metal with new materials and is laden with symbolism.  Stop by and have a drink and snack, enjoy some live music, and see if you can decode some art. 
  • If you are looking for something fun and a bit educational to do this evening (or any other Wednesday throughout September), try the Louisville Water Company's Walking Wednesdays.  Enjoy a guided tour of the Gatehouse and a stroll around the Crescent Hill Reservoir. 
  • It's time to get outside and enjoy the fall colors.  Not feeling prepared?  Check out Quest Outdoor's Big Fall Warehouse Sale October 8-9 to get not just your fall outdoor gear, but also your winter outerwear.  Here are some helpful hints to having the most success at finding what you need. 
  • If you love art fairs, but find the St. James Court Art Show to be a bit too crowded, the UnFair is just the place for you.  Featuring local artists, the UnFair at the Magnolia Bar is a great unique alternative to the massive St. James fair. 
  • Miss the Daniel Tosh show at the Louisville Palace on Wednesday, October 20?  Tosh was his normal, irreverant self, showcasing jokes about anyone and everyone, even slinging a few at the audience. 
  • Are you still looking for ideas for your Halloween Costume this year? Well, don't look here! These are the costumes that will be among the worst at your Halloween party this year.
  • If you missed the October 31 Cardinals Exhibition Game at the KFC Yum! Center, here is a toe-to-toe comparison of the fan experience at the new arena versus Freedom Hall.  Learn what you can expect when you get to attend a game at the new arena. 
  • Throughout the month of October, businesses across the city are promoting breast cancer awareness with different discounts or donations to various cancer charities.  It can be easy and fun to help a good cause this month.  Check out this list of events and find one that is right for you. 
  • Are you looking for fun and relaxing activities for this Labor Day weekend?  Whether you are an outdoor or indoor person, here are some great suggestions of things to do throughout the Louisville area over your long weekend. 
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