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Louisville Symphonic Orchestra Concert
Bring your family to see Louisville Symphonic in concert in our new 2,100 seat auditorium! Tickets will be available soon . . . we expect this will be a full-house event!
Members of Louisville Symphonic, area orchestral musicians who showcase the value of having a full-size, full-time orchestra in Louisville, will be performing soundtracks from the motion pictures E.T., The Prince of Egypt and Harry Potter. And who knows, maybe our worship team will sing a few songs along with the full orchestra!
This will be a family-friendly event. Before the concert begins, orchestra musicians will be on Main St. for an "instrument petting zoo." Check back soon for more details and how to obtain tickets.
Louisville Symphonic is a newly formed volunteer organization that showcases the active role of a full-size, full-time orchestra in Louisville. As has been the case of every Louisville Symphonic event, all the musicians will be donating their services to this event. Tickets will be free and a special offering will be taken at the event to support Louisville Symphonic.
July 29, 6:30-9 p.m.
Northeast Christian Church
9900 Brownsboro Road
A Reader's Corner Book Signing!
Join us for Trollley Hop on as we welcome 5 local authors who will sign and discuss their 8 books! Authors include Seilna Fugate, Christopher Kokoski, William Levy, Lynn Tincher, and Michael Williams. Be sure to also enter our gift certificate give-a-way while you are in the store !
July 29, 11am–10pm
A Reader's Corner Bookstore
2044 Frankfort Avenue
Saving Sunny presents PITTY FAIRness
Celebrity guests of honor Luigi "Shorty" Rossi and Hercules, stars of the Animal Planet hit show Pit Boss, will be at the fair! There will also be a book signing with the author of bestseller "The Dogs Who Found Me" Ken Foster (founder of The Sula Foundation). Musical guests include Leigh Ann Yost, Samuel Hadfield, Nick Peay, Alanna Fugate, and Jamison Taylor French.
During the fair, attendees can compete in a pit bull costume contest, a puppy kissing booth with Sunny, a "kid pit", photo booth, and much more food, fun and activities!
July 30, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
1340 S. Fourth St.
New KMAC Exhibition: "Moving Forward, Circling Back: Celebrating 50 Years of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen"
"Moving Forward, Circling Back: Celebrating 50 Years of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen," guest-curated by folk art expert Larry Hackley, will showcase works by artists of the Kentucky Guild from the past 50 years. An exhibition catalog will be available for this show. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, August 11 from 6-8 p.m.
July 30–Nov. 11
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
715 W. Main St.
$6 for adults, $5 for seniors and military, free for students with ID and children under 12
I Grew Up In Louisville's Westend in the 60's, 70's or 80's
The Facebook Group, "I grew up in Louisville's Westend in the 60s, 70s or 80s" are gathering for some old school fun. Come out and see old friends.
1200 Southwestern Parkway
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