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    This Saturday, May 15th from 10am- 7pm, the Butchertown Neighborhood Association will be hosting an art fair.


    The weather is going to be perfect; there will be plenty of art, music and food!


    This year’s fair will be held in the heart of this historic neighborhood at the

    800 block of Washington Street between Campbell and Shelby Street.


    Some of the featured entrants include The Makery, The Bodega at Felice, Clifton Art Supply, Speed Art Museum representatives, JPK Photography, Whimsy Beading, KJ Mosaics, Usborne Books and many many more.

    Once known as the meatpacking part of Louisville, Butchertown now calls itself home to many galleries and shops featuring local and regional art.


    The revitalization efforts have paid off as this third-annual celebration has grown over the years and organizers hope to have its greatest turnout yet!

    For more information, including the complete list of participants in this year’s fair,


    please visit the event’s facebook page at or call the Butchertown Neighborhood Association at (502)




    Photo Courtesy of Butchertown Neighborhood Association

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    I graduated from Western Kentucky University (GO Tops!) with an English and Journalism degree. I spend my time playing soccer, watching UK basketball, stalking David Beckham and laughing at Chelsea Handler.

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