Lamb Chop and pal Mallory will be in Louisville all weekend to celebrate Memorial Day with the Kosair Children's Hospital, Home of the Innocents, and supporters of the BentStar Project, and you're invited to join them.
Young baseball and softball fans of all skill levels are invited to join the official Cincinnati Reds summer camp, which will offer professional instruction and a full week of team- and friendship-building for the first time in Louisville this June.
We know better than ever how being active in our early years leads to a lifetime of good health. Girls on the Run Louisville seeks to promote this, as well as self-esteem and character building, among its participants. Its program culminates with a 5K Fun-Run, being held on May 12, and any and all community members are encouraged to volunteer their time and energy to this event.
You may have seen Manhattan socialite Tinsley Mortimer in the pages of fashion magazines or on the red carpet, but this Friday, this Southerner-New Yorker hybrid and glamorous icon will take up the role of debut novelist to promote her very first work of fiction at the Galt House Hotel.
Who says Earth Day can only be celebrated on April 22? The Louisville Zoo is challenging this notion by hosting a whole month's worth of Earth Day festivities that honor the beauty of our environment and promote the Zoo's ongoing conservation efforts.
Gone are the days when coloring books and the occasional action-adventure movie were the closest you could get to dinosaurs! The Louisville Zoo is offering you and your family the opportunity to come face-to-face with the most lifelike replicas of these fearsome creatures from the past, starting at the end of this month.
Stressed about entertaining your school-goers when school finally recesses? The Jewish Community Center has a huge number of programs planned for the 2012 summer months, and you can preview them all at the JCC Summer Camp Open House on Sunday, March 18.
Shake off that cabin fever, say "goodbye" to those winter blues, and head out to the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest this coming month, where family programs will be running every Saturday for nature-lovers of all ages.
Louisville has been a-buzz about the revamped Brown-Forman Nutcracker since its debut two years ago, and this first-time viewer encourages you to believe the hype. With only three performances left this year, it's the perfect time to treat your family to Tchaikovsky's Christmas masterpiece.
The so-called "green revolution" is spreading, and even the world of visual art is working to become more environmentally sustainable. Teens can learn more about the fire arts and their carbon footprint at a free class being offered by the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany.
Did your child miss his or her opportunity in August to audition for the Louisville Youth Choir? Never fear -- mid-season auditions are being offered in the beginning of January for all burgeoning vocal wunderkinder!
For more than 40 years, the Louisville Ballet has presented the 'Nutcracker,' a seasonal favorite. Now audiences can enjoy a revamped production that is sure to wow all admirers of Tchaikovsky's masterpiece.
The leading cause of infant mortality in the United States is premature birth, but many of us are unaware that such a tragedy can be prevented through education and awareness. Participate in the first-ever World Prematurity Day, hosted by the March of Dimes, and learn more about the causes of -- and solutions to -- this global problem.
Get a head-start on holiday celebrations, purchase festive decorations, contribute to a worth cause, and brush up on your Dickens -- you can do all of these things (and more!) at the Festival of Trees and Lights, benefitting Kosair Children's Hospital.
Travel back in time to the founding of our fair city at Locust Grove, where their annual Eighteenth Century Market Fair boasts period-correct entertainers, goods for sale, and a thrilling Revolutionary War reenactment on the stunning grounds.