Do you love watching the elegant art of saddle seat riding as displayed at the World's Championship Horse Show during the Kentucky State Fair? You will be glad to know that U of L has a Saddle Seat Equestrian Team.
Olmsted Park Conservancy staff members lead locals on a walking tour and teach tree identification techniques at Iroquois Park.
Presenting his new memoir, ‘Kentucky Cured: Fifty Years in Kentucky Journalism’, the Bluegrass broadcast guru, Al Smith, will be on hand at Carmichael’s Bookstore this Saturday, December 8th, at 1pm. Join him for a special signing as part of Frankfort Avenue’s Olde Tyme Christmas celebration.
Homeless pets would love to be in a new home by the Holidays. What a great way to celebrate the Holidays by giving one of these featured pets a great new home.
The University of Louisville Western Equestrian Team has been busy making their mark in their region. You didn't know U of L had a western equestrian team? Well surprise, they also have a hunt seat team, saddle seat team, and a polo team.
Louisville is a great community and together we can find the over 200 great adoptable pets now at Louisville Metro Animal Services homes for the holidays. Imagine a new buddy to spend the holidays with, check out this week's featured pets.
You can now help the wonderful organization W.A.G.S. Pet Therapy of Kentucky raise funds by buying a Family Fun Pass at the Parent-Teacher Store & Toys Too this holiday season and save on your purchases. The therapy dogs will be there to meet you.
The red ribbon was savagely cut last evening (seriously, kids, I’m totally judging you if you hit stores yesterday at all for anything other than extra cranberry sauce), and the Holiday shopping season is open. Give locally, give literary with the Carmichael’s Bookstore 2012 Holiday Catalogue.
Louisville Metro Animal Services has over 200 adoptable pets now residing at their facilities. Together we have found many of them homes and in the spirit of Thanksgiving thank you. Here is this week's featured pets.
Looking for something to do with family this Thanksgiving weekend? Thousands of twinkling lights await you at the Southern Lights Holiday Festival held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.
The retired Alaskan travel guide will sign the new book cataloging his adventures in the Alaskan wilderness. Along with his friend – and sometimes travel companion – Denny Drum, M. Scotty Lamkin will be at The Summit location of Barnes & Noble tonight, Monday, November 19th at 2pm.
There are those among us who simply Do It All. Local literary jack-of-all-trades George Ella Lyon will hit up Carmichael’s Bookstore this Sunday, November 18th at 4pm for a book signing and reading.