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    Danger Run

    Start: 09/24/2010 - 7:00 pm
    End: 10/30/2010 - 11:00 pm
    Location: Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse
    Address: Hurstbourne Pkwy, Dixie Hwy, or Veterans Pkwy
    City: Louisville
    State: KY
    Phone: 1-800-771-9750
    Price: $15.95 per person
    Description: The Danger Run is a Haunted Adventure game
    in the Louisville area that you play in your car with your friends.
    Starting at any of our convenient starting locations, you will get a
    book of clues which you have to solve to find your way two TWO scary
    haunted houses included with your admission. The object of the game is
    to complete the course as it was designed and accumulate as close to the
    exact mileage of the course on your car. The group that is closest to
    the mileage wins HUGE prizes! We also throw in a ton of great freebies
    including Free Food and Free Gas! Check out for more

    Java Brewing Company Costume Party

    Start: 10/29/2010 - 4:00 pm
    End: 10/29/2010 - 11:00 pm
    Location: Java Brewing Company- Prospect and Landis Lake
    Address: 135 South English Station Road (across from Lake Forest) / 9561 US HWY 42
    City: Louisville
    State: Kentucky
    Phone: Landis-384-6124 Prospect-292-2710
    Price: FREE
    Description: Join us at Java Brewing Company Prospect
    (42 and River Road) and Landis Lakes (Shelbyville Road and English
    Station) Friday before Halloween for a fantastic evening of Family
    Halloween Fun with Games, Stories, Movie and Crafts. Join your friends
    and neighbors for a great night of fun. Costume contest for ages 0-4,
    5-11,12-18 and Adult (keep it clean please). We’ll take pictures all
    night and have voting at the store Saturday with winners announced
    Saturday afternoon.

    Victorian Spirits Haunt Old Louisville Again This October

    Start: 10/29/2010 - 6:00 pm
    End: 10/31/2010 - 7:30 pm
    Location: The Old Louisville Information Center
    Address: 1340 South 4th Street
    City: Louisville
    State: Kentucky
    Phone: (502) 634.3813, (502) 593.1242, (502) 635.5244
    Price: Advance tickets are $20; day of the tour $25
    Description: Fall is here, and according to anxious
    ghouls and goblins in Old Louisville, preparations are well underway for
    the Sixth Annual Victorian Ghost Walk, the Derby City’s premier ghost
    tour. For three days – on October 29, 30 and 31 – visitors are invited
    to enjoy the haunted past of one of the country’s grandest Victorian
    neighborhoods as spirits come back to life and share their eerie tales
    as told by local author David Dominé in his Ghosts of Old Louisville
    The Victorian Ghost Walk, a roughly 90-minute jaunt, features stops at
    many local landmarks mentioned in Dominé’s books. Sites include Floral
    Terrace, Central Park, Fountain Court, Millionaires Row, Central Park
    Bed and Breakfast and the Conrad-Caldwell House on St. James Court.
    Along the way, while strolling charming gas-lit streets and alleys,
    costumed guides and interpreters share ghostly stories and legends from a
    bygone era, and participants are invited inside a haunted home or two.
    Dominé himself will lead several of the groups, and other guides will
    include talented members of the Old Louisville Neighborhood. This
    production of the Victorian Ghost Walk is directed by Ronald Lew Harris,
    a respected director and actor in New York City for 30 years and a
    resident of Old Louisville.
    Tours form every 15 minutes at the Old Louisville Information Center
    1340 South 4th Street in Central Park on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    evenings. The first group departs at 6:00 pm and the last one at 7:30
    pm. Advance tickets are $20; day of the tour $25. For tickets and more
    information call 502-635-5244. Ticket proceeds will benefit the Old
    Louisville Neighborhood Council and the West St Catherine Neighborhood
    Association to support the mission of promoting and improving Old
    * * *
    Old Louisville enjoys a reputation as one of the nation’s largest
    Victorian neighborhoods, and it is rumored to be its most haunted as
    well. With well over a thousand stately mansions and opulent residences
    from the late 1800s and early 1900s, it’s hardly surprising that many
    Old Louisville homes come with their own resident haint. Visit for more Old Louisville information.

    Louisville's Largest Halloween Party at Fourth Street Live!

    Start: 10/30/2010 - 9:00 pm
    End: 10/30/2010 - 11:55 pm
    Location: Fourth Street Live!
    Address: Fourth Street Live!
    City: Louisville
    State: Kentucky
    Phone: 502.584.7170
    Price: FREE!
    Description: This is THE place to be for Halloween!
    It's Louisville's biggest Halloween party, and it's FREE! Fourth Street
    Live! brings you Night of the Liven Dead on Saturday, October 30!
    Presented by Bud Light, and hosted by 99.7 DJX and 102.3 The MAX.
    We have the largest costume contest in the city! $7500 in CASH PRIZES to
    give away! Categories are: sexiest female, best couple/group, and most
    original. The overall winner receives $5000 in cash! 21+. **You must
    register at Fourth Street Live! to enter in the costume contest, prior
    to the competition.** For official contest rules, visit our website at
    FREE Parking is available at the PARC/Fourth Street Live! Garage and
    valet parking is available at the corner of Fourth Street and Muhammad
    Ali Blvd!

    Pumpkinfest with The Wulfe Brothers

    Start: 10/30/2010 - 10:00 am
    End: 10/30/2010 - 1:00 pm
    Location: Farmer's Market Pavilion, Jeffersontown
    Address: 10434 Watterson Trail
    City: Louisville
    State: KY
    Price: Free


    On the morning of Saturday, Oct. 30th,
    bring your kids out to the Jeffersontown Farmer's Market Pavilion for
    trick-or-treating along the Gaslight Square. 

    Free hotdogs, chips and soft drinks starting at 11:00 A.M, with entertainment by the Wulfe Brothers band at 11:30.

    Alpine Tower Climb

    Start: 10/30/2010 - 9:00 am
    End: 10/30/2010 - 1:00 pm
    Location: Jefferson Memorial Forest
    Address: 12304 Holsclaw Hill Road
    City: Fairdale
    State: KY
    Phone: 502-368-5404
    Price: $10.00 per person
    Description: Challenge yourself to climb our 52 foot
    Alpine Tower. Learn basic climbing skills if you are a beginner and
    challenge yourself on the climbing obstacles like Jacob's Ladder and the
    swinging logs, if you are experienced. We will also teach belaying
    skills if you wish to learn. This program is for ages 10 and up. You
    must be accompanied by a parent or guardian if you are under 18. Please
    wear tennis shoes or climbing shoes, loose pants or shorts with a
    minimum 5 inch inseam for comfort wearing the harness. Call to reserve
    your spot as space is limited.

    Frankenstein - "Halloween Show"

    Start: 10/31/2010 - 2:00 pm
    End: 10/31/2010 - 4:00 pm
    Location: The Robinson Theatre at Providence
    Address: 707 Providence Way
    City: Clarksvill
    State: Indiana
    Phone: 812-945-2538 ext. 328
    Price: $8-14
    Description: The Providence Alumni Association and Tim Brown & John
    Hetzel, announces the Southern Indiana/Louisville premiere of an
    All-original adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
    The show will be performed at Providence’s Robinson Theatre
    located at 707 Providence Way in Clarksville, Indiana the evenings of
    October 21, 23 & 28, 30 and Saturday/Sunday matinees October
    23, 24 & 30, 31. Evening shows are $14, matinees $10 and
    Seniors and students are $8. Order online at
    or get them at the door.
    This version of Frankenstein is neither a strict adaptation of the
    original novel nor an update of the Universal Pictures version made
    famous by Boris Karloff, but does pay homage to both sources. It is a
    retelling of Shelley’s story that preserves many of its overlooked
    aspects combined with important scientific and Philosophical themes
    relevant in today’s world.
    Set in the 1800s, it tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, scientist
    extraordinaire, who questions modern
    Science and dares to harness the power of creation in an obsessed search
    to end the suffering people
    experience at the loss of loved ones. Fueled by the loss of his own
    parents and aided by physician and
    Priest Father Patrick, Victor turns away from his remaining family and
    friends to madly search for the
    secret behind life and death. What is at first a noble cause quickly
    turns into a series of horrific events
    leading to nightmare and madness. It is a timeless story that becomes a
    cautionary tale of morality and
    mortality and poses questions that are as true today as they were two
    hundred years ago.
    The script is a collaboration of many years’ work by three local writers
    who set out to write a version that is populated by real characters and
    true horror. John Hetzel, an alumnus of Providence, is the Director and
    Timothy Brown is Assistant Director. Both are excited to bring this
    production to the region and can’t wait to bring a new alternative to
    those who enjoy frightening theatre. The cast and crew include many
    Providence graduates and promises Thrills and Chills as well as
    addressing thought provoking issues.
    For more info visit us at 812-945-2538 ext. 328
    or call 812-945-2538 ext. 328

    How I Learned to Drive

    Start: 10/27/2010 - 8:00 pm
    End: 10/31/2010 - 8:00 pm
    (Weekend days event)
    Location: U of L Thrust Theatre
    Address: 2314 South Floyd Street
    City: louisville
    State: KY
    Phone: 502-852-6814
    Price: General Public $12, Students/Seniors $8, Faculty/Staff $10
    Description: Written by Paula Vogel
    Directed by James R. Tompkins
    The Thrust Theatre
    This drama about a disturbing subject, pedophilia, is as funny as it is
    sad. A dark comedy that will disquiet the memory for a long time to
    Sunday Matinee




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