Seventy-five years ago the Ohio flooded our River City in Louisville’s worst natural disaster of the 20th century. Join a team of local historians, authors and journalists this Tuesday, February 7th at 7pm, as the Library explores the extraordinary measures taken during The Great Flood.
Hey Diddle Diddle, Don't miss this cat's fiddle. The cow made love to the moon. The little dog drank till he got in a fight, and the bitch ran away with the spoon.
It’s time to dust off your poetry shoes and don your favorite literary festoons! The 2012 season of Sarabande Books’ 21c Reading Series starts tonight at 7:30pm!
Join historian James A. Ramage at The Filson Historical Society today at noon as he discusses his new book, ‘Kentucky Rising: Democracy, Slavery and Culture from the Early Republic to the Civil War’.
Join restaurateur and NY Times bestselling author Gabrielle Hamilton as she shares her memoir, ‘Blood, Bones & Butter’, at the Library’s Main branch this Saturday, January 28th at 2pm.
What do beekeepers and award-winning writers have in common? Apparently more than you’d think. See Abigail Keam during the all day ‘Honey of a Day’ presentation, this Friday, January 27th at the Mary Wood Memorial Library.
How many pills do you pop? Join Dr. Antimisiaris this Wednesday, January 25th at 6pm and discuss the importance of prescription safety.
Remember when Louisville had a professional basketball team? Me neither. Join authors West and Gardner at Carmichael’s Bookstore this Saturday, January 21st at 4pm as they share their new book ‘Kentucky Colonels of the American Basketball Association: The Real Story of a Team Left Behind’.
Learn the best ways to keep your noggin healthy, wealthy and wise from UofL chair of Neurology, Dr. Robert Friedland. Join him as part of the Boom Time Series at the Library’s Main branch tomorrow, Wednesday, January 18th, at 6pm
Join the Mayor’s Book Club at the Library’s Main branch this Wednesday at noon and take a look at Deborah Rodriguez’s insightful memoir.
Rediscover a forgotten Kentucky as Douglas A. Boyd presents his new account of a demolished neighborhood in “Crawfish Bottom: Recovering a Lost Kentucky Community”. Join him at The Filson Historical Society this Wednesday at noon, January 18th.
Oo La La! UofL professor, Glynis Ridley, puts some pleasure in your pages with the upcoming talk “Sex in English Literature”. Join her in conjunction with the Jane Austen Society at Locust Grove this Sunday, January 15th, at 2pm.