Some alternative family events going on this weekend, Friday April 19-Sunday, April 21.
It's hard to believe, but NOW is the time to sign up for kids' summer art camps. Read for more info on offerings from Louisville Visual Art Association and a filmmaking workshop.
Shop for your nature-loving loved ones, entertain your kids with easy crafts, and have fun with a special guest from the North Pole.
“This Fall Hike through our beautiful Jefferson Memorial Forest with leaves ablaze in color has become a yearly tradition for many people,” Mayor Fischer said. “And we continue adding ways for it to be both fun and healthy – with a new 5K run/walk the latest attraction.”
Urban Wilderness Canoe Adventures (UWCA), in partnership with Metro Parks’ Jefferson Memorial Forest, aims to introduce youth and families to the beauty of the Ohio by offering free rides in Voyageur canoes.
Throw on your best zombie face & prepare to get a "Wild and Woolly in the Woods!"
Jefferson Memorial Forest is offering a course designed to help everyone feel comfortable and confident in exploring the beauty of the forest and other natural areas in the region.
On August 17, 7-8:30 p.m., Jefferson Memorial Forest staff will lead pooches and their owners on an evening hike through the Forest. Entrance fee is $6, but canines receive samples of Milkbone Trail Mix while quantities last.
The newest and greenest member of the Louisville Library introduces an environmentally-minded lecture and workshop series, ‘A Sense of Place: The Natural Areas of Jefferson County’. Join National Weather Service representatives Mike Callahan tonight at 7pm at the Fairdale branch and Mike Crow at Jefferson Memorial Forest on Saturday as the duo discusses weather of the Ohio Valley.
Get yourself geared up for a family treat and special day of fun. Families can take a canoe out on the lake, and spend time on the shore learning about the incredible creatures that live below.
The overnight family campout at Jefferson Memorial Forest supports the national effort to raise awareness of the benefits of camping as a way to connect people with nature.
Ladies and gentleman, we collectively have to be aware that zombies plan to gather Saturday in an event which they are calling "The First Annual Zombie Hike."