The Louisville Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure will hold the seventh annual Pink Tie Ball on Saturday, September 10, 2011 at the Louisville Downtown Marriott. The Pink Tie Ball, presented by ICAP Energy, is an elegant black-tie (pink-tie encouraged) gala featuring a pink champagne and cocktail reception, dinner, dancing, and a live auction. A special reception for breast cancer survivors, hosted by Kroger will take place at 6:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for other attendees.
The Fairness over Louisville event was held on July 23, 2011 by the Fairness Campaign. The location was at The Skyloft, 10th Floor of the Zirmed Towers in Downtown Louisville. The event drew in a great crowd. Which included Dr. Alexandra Gerassimides (in place of her husband, Mayor Greg Fischer) and the guest of honor, was MSNBC Political Analyst Jonathan Capehart. Mr. Capehart was introduced by Congressman John Yarmuth.
This two-day event, which starts in beautiful Springfield, Ky., is one of the nation's largest fundraisers, taking place in over 100 markets nationwide.
Mighty Kindness has been raising environmental and sutsainability awareness, creating community and presenting great music for four years now. This Sunday: the Louisville community will have an opportunity to come together and help the vision to grow.
The venue was packed full, and Kentucky Derby Jockeys Johnny Velazquez, Rosie Napravnik , and Julian Leparoux were all behind the bar slinging Woodford Reserve and French Manhattans.
Derby Week is marked by an impressive slate of extremely festive social events ranging from campouts like the Hillbilly Infield, to the most celebrated party of them all, the Barnstable Brown Gala.
Local designer Scooter Ray has hit Louisville’s fashion scene with designs inspired by his parents. Scooter has taken the themes of their love and life turning them into three different clothing lines; Broad, Core and S.O.U.L.
The Rumble at the River, a Seafood Chowder Throwdown will pit some of Louisville's best chefs against one another to find the best chowder in the city. Proceeds from the event, which takes place March 21, will go toward an organization that runs a summer camp for autistic youth.
The neighborhood will provide army trainees unable to go home to their families with food, games, gifts, and company, and they’re calling on everyone for support.
Looking for a fun filled Christmas event that benefits a great cause? Be sure to join Home of the Innocents for a Toyland Christmas light show. Last year featured 80,000+ christmas lights that were coordinated to the beat of Christmas music.
Hot coco and an open fire may warm you, but renowned vixens can match that and sound like more fun.
You can spend Black Friday fighting the crowds at the mall, half asleep with credit cards blazing. Or, you can think about doing something a little different...