Picnics are wonderful things. Summer provides us with (mostly) beautiful weather and fresh, local fruits and vegetables. So, why not eat those fresh, summer foods while en plein air - outdoors in the open air - somewhere nice and quiet or urban and ideal for people watching? Here’s a list of a few great places for picnics that you may not immediately think of (like Cherokee Park or Waterfront Park.)
Whether you’re a diehard fireworks enthusiast or prefer your holiday a little more low-key, Louisville is the perfect place to celebrate your own unique Independence Day Image courtesy of genuinekentucky.com
The weather outside may still be frightful, but there are still signs of spring to see at Bernheim Forest, Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort, and Louisville Nature Center.
Unleash the family at this picnic!
Crescent Hill Outdoor Cinema series concludes this Saturday, with a double feature of "Cars" and "Bullitt"--a great way to wind down the summer.
As hot as it is outside, why not take the Picnic inside in the form of As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company's production starting July 16.
Love and wealth is in the air in the As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company's production of Sabrina Fair, which will open on May 21.
As the end of summer approaches, it's time to get one last hurrah in at the annual St. Joe's Picnic!