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    'The Powerbroker' at the Muhammad Ali Center

    The Muhammad Ali Center Metamorphosis Film Series, in partnership with ITVS Community Cinema, is proud to present "The Powerbroker" by Bonnie Boswell. During the 1950s and 1960s, civil rights leader Whitney Young navigated a divided society. He challenged America’s white business and political leaders directly, but his efforts to open the doors for equal opportunity were often attacked by black Americans who felt his methods were in contrast with the Black Power Movement of the time.
    Feb. 28, 5:30 p.m.
    Muhammad Ali Center
    144 N. Sixth St.
    Field of Kings with Saul Conrad, Nick Peay, Jonathon Mitchell, and Rachel May at Zazoos
    Field of Kings is one of Louisville's most beloved folk rock bands having performed at the Louisville Palace's "Faces at the Palace" concert series, Clifton Center's Kentucky Homefront Radio Show, WFPK Live Lunch, Bogart's in Cincinnati, and many other events and venues. This charismatic group of musicians has earned local and national recognition. Field of Kings is expecting to release an Ep, previewing their new direction, this coming spring.
    Feb. 28, 8 p.m.
    102 Bauer Avenue
    Contact the venue

    School's Out! Drop in! at KMAC
    During Jefferson County Public School breaks, KMAC is offering drop-in craft workshops. A different activity will be offered each day during the week-long break. No registration required.
    Through March 1, 12-3 p.m. daily
    Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
    715 W. Main St.
    3rd Floor Education Studio
    502-589-0102, ext.209
    $6.00, free for members
    Paws for the Case at The Sports and Social Club
    Raise money for the Kentucky Humane Society at The Sports and Social Club. Make a cash or wish list item donation and receive a wristband good for free bowling, $2 domestic pints, $3 wells, $3 house wines, $4 calls, and $6 34oz. Bud/Bud Light mugs. Contact Tobi Hammond to get involved: 502-417-7640 or
    March 1, 8 p.m.
    The Sports and Social Club
    427 S 4th St #100 
    Cash or wish-list item donation



    Louisville Kids Fair at the Kentucky International Convention Center
    The third annual Louisville Kids Fair is back and better than ever. There will be inflatables, a petting zoo, pony rides, safety education areas, hands-on activities, miniature golf, stage entertainment, Calliou and Strawberry Shortcake meet and greets, carnival games, and so much more. Parents, this fair is also a great opportunity to gather information on local products and services and even shop for unique gifts for the whole family. A portion of ticket sales benefit the WHAS Crusade for Children.
    March 2-3
    Kentucky International Convention Center
    221 4th St.
    $8 per child, $10 per adult at the door (cash only) 
    Wild & Scenic Film Festival at The Clifton Center
    This year's theme is A Climate of Change. Considered one of the nation's premiere environmental and adventure film festivals, this year's films combine stellar filmmaking, beautiful cinematography, and first-rate storytelling to inform, inspire, and ignite solutions and possibilities to restore the earth and human communities while creating a positive future. Festival-goers can expect to see award-winning films about nature, community activism, adventure, and conservation.
    March 2, 6 p.m.
    The Clifton Center
    2117 Payne St.
    $15 per ticket; ticket and a one-year membership to the Kentucky Waterways Alliance and entrance to the VIP reception, $25

    Quilters presented by Walden Theatre

    Pioneer women stitch together their accumulated experiences of life, work, and womanhood on the American frontier in this big-hearted patchwork of vignettes and song.
    Through March 9
    Walden Theatre
    1123 Payne St.
    Home, Garden & Remodeling Show at the Kentucky Expo Center
    The Home, Garden & Remodeling Show will feature new and exciting features in addition to the 350 home and lifestyle vendors at the Kentucky Expo Center March 1-3, 2013. Learn from chefs such as Shawn Ward of Jack Fry, chef Josh Moore of Volare, and chef Anne Marie Greipel of Gasthaus. Garden Seminars scheduled throughout the weekend including topics like container gardening, vegetable gardening, and how to make bugs work for you in the garden. The Buy Local Garden Market will have local growers and representatives from Community Supported Agriculture members, which supply local food and beverage products to those who subscribe.
    March 1-3
    Kentucky Expo Center 
    937 Phillips Lane
    $10 adults, $9 senior citizens, children 15 and under are free

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