Your weekly guide to what’s happening at area libraries. Covers this weekend, July 11-14.
Looking for something to do? Check out these opportunities in Louisville this week!
Head to any of the 18 Louisville Free Public Library locations for absolute fun this summer!
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Local and National burlesque and variety acts will go head to head in Germantown to pick someone to represent Kentucky in Los Angeles.
Check out these potentially lesser known museums located within the smaller towns and neighborhoods around Louisville and the surrounding areas.
February marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America, and the folks who produce the Abbey Road on the River Festival plan to celebrate in style. A mini-festival titled "February '64" will be happening Friday, February 7 through Sunday, February 9, 2014 at the Muhammad Ali Center and at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts - complete with a recreation of the Entire Ed Sullivan Show episode the Beatles appeared on fifty years ago.
The Alley Theater presents "The Princess Bride: Cliffnotes of Insanity" on Fridays and Saturdays through November. Give yourself thirty minutes of hilarity. You won't be sorry.
Having grown up in Jeffersontown (J-Town), I always look forward to going to the Gaslight Festival. This festival, which started in 1969, has grown over the years and an estimated 200,000 people attend.
There will be a weekend of fun at Louisville Slugger Field. Fritos, fireworks, autographs and happy hour. Sounds like a blast to me! Check out the promotions for this homestand.
After taking two of the first three games from the division-leading Columbus Clippers, the Louisville Bats look serious about making a run for 1st place in the season's second half.
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