Talking to other people is the most enjoyable way to learn about what's happening in Louisville, but there's no way to hyperlink to human beings. Yet. In the meantime, here are useful online resources for finding out what's happening in Louisville.
Some people find entertainment in unusual activities. The Galt House is hoping that some people will find the demolition of the Downtown Riverview Square building sufficiently interesting to book a room for the event.
On the evening of Friday, September 26th, 2008, the Louisville Boat Club will be transformed into the opulent and elegant dining deck of the White Star Lines ship R.M.S. Titanic.
Handmade masks, ridiculous characters and situations and Shakespeare in Louisville…you can see it all as the Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble brings their adaptation of the classic to the Rudyard Kipling on April 17-20 and 24-27.
Derby time is all about horse racin' right? Wrong! A group of expert anglers will convene on the might Ohio for some good old fashioned fishin' as they vie for a $6000 prize in the return of the Early Times Derby Tournament.
If your Derby Eve doesn't entail the wee hours of the morning and a late-night run for a heaping load o' Hot Brown, here's your chance to enjoy a little Kentucky hospitality while helping to preserve some of Louisville's most treasured homes.
One of America's strongest associations has chosen Louisville as their meeting ground this year. If you were expecting the city population to get back to normal after Derby, think again!
Hip event, hip location, hip cocktails, hip time of year. The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft brings back a popular event that does it's best to get you lookin' good when it's Louisville's time to shine for the world.