There's an educational and entertaining family event this weekend that doesn't involve pumpkins or ghosts: the 18th Century Market Fair at historic Locust Grove.
Tour participants will travel through 30 acres of wooded area in historic Locust Grove on Saturday, September 9.
AHTV and BOOK TV will have a block of programming where all of the respective Louisville pieces for their networks will air.
School's almost out. Now what?
Spotlighting Kentuckians restoring health and culture to the Bluegrass, local author, Kelly Van Winkle, Campbell presents her new book, ‘Saving Kentucky: Greening the Bluegrass’ at Locust Grove, tomorrow, Wednesday, May 23rd, at 7pm.
Show your support for this local film project at the wine and cheese reception at Chez Moi Art Gallery.
Locust Grove hosts its first Historical Ball on January 21, 2012, from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m, in the Audubon Room auditorium in the Visitors Center.
Step away from the e-reader...The Locust Grove Summer Used Book Sale has 10,000+ titles priced to stock your bookcase!
Unleash the family at this picnic!
School starts bright and early on Monday... Make mourning the end of summer vacation a little easier with a few of these weekend events. Make the most of this one, parents, because the times, they are a changin'.
Everyone is invited to celebrate 50 years of public ownership of Locust Grove with food, drinks, games of the era, and fun. All afternoon there will be free admission for all, great food, and the music of 1961.
Join Locust Grove in a celebration of 50 years with a free and fun-filled day.