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    The 2013 Ten-Tucky Festival of Ten-Minute Plays
    The Ten-Tucky Festival is back at The Bard's Town, with 8 brank-spanking new plays by 8 Kentucky playwrights with 8 Kentucky directors, and more than a dozen local actors. Hosted by Bard Theatre's Doug Schutte, this year's line up includes: A Day on the Savannah, by Gary Wadley A Trip to Eden, by Nancy Gall-Clayton Hunting Jackalopes, by Ben Unwin Out of the Closet, by JR Greenwell Properly Served, by Bill Forsyth That One Time Eric Clapton Sold His Soul to the Devil, by Patrick Wensink The Rental Company, by Mark Cornell Threesome, by Brian Walker

    September 19-22

    The Bard's Town
    1801 Bardstown Rd
    Louisville, KY 40205

    Walden Theatre Presents Summer and Smoke
    Directed by Charlie Sexton. Walden Theatre's main-stage season of plays features actors enrolled in the Conservatory Program. The mission of Walden Theatre is to provide the opportunity for young people to grow and develop through the comprehensive study of theatre. Enjoy this performance of Summer and Smoke, a two-part, thirteen-scene 1948 play by Tennessee Williams. There are evening shows each of these days and some matinee shows as well.

    September 19-28

    Walden Theatre
    1123 Payne Street
    Louisville , KY 40204
    (502) 589-0084
    Adults: $15 Seniors/Students: $10

    All Bubbly Night
    On Thursday, Sept. 19, join sous chef Bill Cherep at Winston’s Restaurant at Sullivan University for All Bubbly Night, a four-course dinner with sparkling wine pairings. The evening includes an informative discussion of the histories of various sparkling wines, Champagnes and proseccos. The event begins with prosecco and an appetizer before the first course is served.
    September 19, 6:30-10:00 PM

    Winston's Restaurant
    3101 Bardstown Road
    Louisville, Kentucky 40205
    (502) 456-0980
    $75 includes 3- ounce pour of each of five selections plus tax and gratuity

    Danger Run 19
    Danger Run is a Halloween style scavenger hunt that is played in the car. Solve clues to find your way to two haunted attractions included with your admission. The object of the game is to make as few mistakes as possible to accumulate the correct mileage on your car. Now, you can now begin Danger Run Online right from your own driveway any day, at any time you like! However, the hours at the haunts are still limited to Friday and Saturday nights from 8PM-2AM.

    September 20, 7:00-11:00 PM

    Start at select Lowes Home Improvement Stores
    Hurstbourne Pkwy, Dixie Hwy, Veterans Pkwy
    Louisville, KY
    $18.95 Online, $19.95 at the gate

    75th Anniversary of the Louisville Vocal Project
    The Louisville Vocal Project of Bellarmine University presents a program celebrating their unique a capella sound. With guest performances by Bellarmine Jazz ensembles and guest artists Todd Hildreth and Meme Tunnell.

    September 20, 8:00-11:00 PM

    Iroquois Amphitheater
    1080 Amphitheater Road
    Louisville , KY 40214-3502
    (502) 368-5865
    $5 Suggested Donation

    BugFest and Fall Plant Sale
    Bernheim’s annual Fall Plant Sale features Bernheim Select™,and other plants chosen specifically for exceptional foliar interest. Trees, shrubs and perennials perfect for year-round interest in the home landscape will be available; proceeds benefit Bernheim. Bernheim invites you and the kids to an INSECT SAFARI in Bernheim’s big backyard! Dance the Buggy Boogie, taste the tempting Cricket Crunch, count the Pickled Ticks plus a whole host of other horrible delights. Enjoy fun for the entire family at BugFest and the Fall Plant Sale!

    September 21, 9:00-4:00 PM

    Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest, Visitor Center
    2499 Clermont Rd
    Clermont, Kentucky 40110
    FREE event; $5 weekend environmental impact fee non-members

    The Great Pumpkin Run
    The Great Pumpkin Run is a not your typical trail run! Embark on an exciting Fall adventure, tackling challenging terrain, taking in breathtaking views and maneuvering through a stunning corn maze! Don’t forget to wear your best costume, because what kind of run would it be without a costume contest?

    September 21, 10:00-12:00 AM

    Deere Farms
    1565 St. Johns Church Road NE
    Lanesville , IN 47136

    National Jug Band Jubilee 2013
    Bring the family and join us for the 2013 National Jug Band Jubilee! Featuring 9 of the country's best jug bands. Jug Band workshops, merchandise, local food & beer. Come celebrate this unique form of Louisville music!

    September 21, 12:00-11:00 PM

    Brown-Forman Amphitheater (by Tumbleweed on the River)
    River Road
    Louisville , KY -
    502.417.1107 or 502.893.5537
    Free, but donations welcome

    Ken-Ducky Derby Festival
    The 10th Annual Ken-Ducky Derby Festival is a family-friendly event and host of the fastest 30 minutes in duck racing history. Join us on September 21 for food, music, games, vendors, and to see 30,000 ducks race down the Ohio River! If your duck wins ... you get car!

    September 21, 12:00-5:00 PM

    Festival Plaza & Wharf
    River Road
    Louisville , KY -
    502.719.0072 x14 or 502.523.9706

    5th Annual Louisville Brewfest
    The Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) will host the 5th Annual Louisville Brewfest in conjunction with Louisville Craft Beer Week. The event will feature local beers, wines and bourbons, as well as food, giveaways, a silent auction, and live music. Admission  includes a souvenir cup. Attendees must be 21 or older to enjoy the beer, wine and bourbon. A limited number of VIP Hour tickets are available for $35 and include early admission and larger pours in a special festival cup.

    September 21, 4:00-10:00 PM

    Louisville Slugger Field
    401 E. Main Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    (502) 473-4687
    $5, VIP Hour tickets $35, and designated drivers are free.)

    A Reader's Corner Hosts a Poetry Reading
    The Spalding University’s Creative Writing Students & BFA Associates Makalani Bandele & Adriena Dame will be putting on a poetry reading with refreshments provided and books to buy!

    September 21, 4:00-6:00 PM

    A Reader's Corner Bookstore
    2044 Frankfort Ave
    Louisville, KY 40206
    502 897-5578

    Black & White with a touch of Steampunk Party
    The seventh annual Black and White Party on the grounds of the Lanier Mansion in Madison, IN. Guests can dress casual or be creative in black & white. Admission includes music by the Slick River Rockets, one free drink, cash bar and substantial hors d’oeuvres. A prize will be awarded for the most creative outfit.

    September 21, 7:00-9:00 PM

    Lanier Mansion State Historic Site
    601 West 1st Street
    Madison, Indiana 47250
    $25 in advance; $30 at the door

    The Dark Side of the Wall- A musical recreation of Pink Floyd
    DSOTW channels legendary Pink Floyd shows with the region's most admired talent and crew, delivering breathtakingly entrancing reproductions. Sparing no details, their immersive multimedia transports audiences into a living anachronism. All Ages

    September 21, 8:00-10:00 PM (Door open at 6:30 PM)

    Iroquois Amphitheater
    1080 Amphitheater Road
    Louisville, Kentucky -
    Starting at $31

    2013 Kentucky Bourbon Festival
    Since 1776, the people of Bardstown, Kentucky have been making Bourbon. Their dedication to the fine art of distilling eventually gave Bardstown the title of Bourbon Capital of the World. Come celebrate this passion and history at The Kentucky Bourbon Festival with smooth Bourbon, delicious food, and great entertainment, with a healthy dose of Kentucky hospitality thrown in for good measure. From black tie galas to historical tours, there is something for all ages and interests.

    September 17-23

    Bardstown, KY
    900 Nutter Drive
    Bardstown, KY 40004
    (800) 638-4877 Extension #4

    Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic
    This magical moment in entertainment history combines Disney’s unforgettable stories and enthralling characters that have entertained families all over the world. The captivating production features the largest cast ever of lovable Disney stars on ice – Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, Stitch, Nemo and the Incredibles – and exciting moments from Disney’s Mulan and The Lion King.

    Audiences will not want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime ice spectacular that features beautifully choreographed figure skating to Academy Award®-winning songs “When You Wish Upon a Star,” “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Under the Sea,” “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and many more. Dazzling sets, memorable characters, beautiful costumes and exciting special effects will transport audiences through decades of beloved Disney stories.

    September 19-22

    KFC Yum! Center
    1 Arena Plaza
    Louisville, Kentucky 40202

    La Bohème
    Love finds young bohemians in early 19th century Paris trying to make a living with their art. While there are fleeting moments of joy, the realities of poverty and ill health become too much and sacrifices must be made in an attempt to save one in their midst. Featuring Corinne Winters as Mimi and Patrick O’Halloran as Rodolfo, Puccini’s La Bohème is one of the top ten most performed operas in the repertory.

    September 20 & 22

    Brown Theatre
    315 W Broadway
    Louisville, Kentucky 40202ème/10117#tab-performances
    Starting at $34


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