Fund for the Arts 2012 Campaign kicks off with an Art-A-Thon and planking from a Wild Thing? Begins today (Jan 31st).
This Saturday offers a chance to do something great for your community. Support local radio station Crescent Hill Radio, which provides a global outlet for our local musicians, comedians, writers, non-profits and more.
Get a head-start on holiday celebrations, purchase festive decorations, contribute to a worth cause, and brush up on your Dickens -- you can do all of these things (and more!) at the Festival of Trees and Lights, benefitting Kosair Children's Hospital.
Release your inner slumber partier at The Mixx Factory on Saturday, September 3rd to benefit the Center for Courageous Kids. Join local bands and celebrities for a family-friendly festival.
Plan to eat your lunch or dinner (or both, you glutton for donating) Friday at BW3's and help raise money for this September's Pink Tie Ball.
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.
While the Kentucky Derby party season officially got underway weeks ago with the epic fireworks event Thunder Over Louisville, the derby's party circuit proper begins this evening.
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.
Not only did nearly 400 (fabulously dressed) people attend Saturday night's Runway & Rescue, but the animals of Shelby County are closer than ever to being housed in their new state-of-the-art animal sanctuary.•Pictures: Runway & Rescue event! @ The Henry Clay
For the first time in Kentucky's history fashion models will share the runway with furry canine counterparts to benefit the Shelby County Humane Society.
Free composting workshop and fundraiser for Breaking New Grounds. Must play well with dirt.
Attendees encouraged to wear ‘40s-era dress