“The president recently weighed in on marriage and you know he said his views were evolving on marriage. Call me cynical, but I wasn’t sure his views on marriage could get any gayer.”
Looking for something uniquely Kentucky to do with your family? How about touring the beautiful horse farms along the U.S. 42 Corridor during the Oldham County Farm Tour and Lunch to be held on Sunday, May 27. This tour includes unique live horse demonstrations.
Local horse stables offer a series of mini horse trials called the 42 Fleur De Li Mini Trial Series. This series of six horse trials are more informal and offer competitors a fun, educational, and affordable opportunity to show in the equestrian sport of eventing locally.
Saddle Up Arena to host Indiana and Kentucky IBRA approved barrel racing show with $1,100 added money on May 19-20.
Co-author of the new book - Horse Profiling: The Secret to Motivating Equine Athletes to visit New Albany-Floyd County Library to discuss the book on May 31, 7-8 pm.
“As a strong supporter of marriage equality, I am proud that President Obama has joined the millions of Americans committed to equal rights and fairness for all our citizens,” Yarmuth said. “This is a historic day for loving and committed gay and lesbian couples and their families across our country.”
Sadly, in the current listing, Louisville has sunk to an almost theologically-correct level of 70; while our friends over in Lexington outrank us with a 56 score.
Local Ponyclubber, Mary Peabody Camp, helps make history by being on the first United States Pony Club International Mounted Games Exchange Team to win a competition outside of the United States. They won in Australia.
Apassionata cancels three of four added performances scheduled for May 11-13 at Freedom Hall. Sunday, May 13 at 3pm performance is still on.
"I could not believe we have a law on our books saying we have to obey all foreign laws. How could that possibly be an American law and how could that possibly be constitutional. Not just all past foreign laws, we've agreed to obey all future foreign laws."
“It is an honor to receive this award,” said President King. “The education I received at Jefferson Community College laid the foundation for my career. It was affordable yet excellent.”
Saturday May 12 offers the chance to attend fifty free workshops on a variety of topics at the Main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.