“These veterans deserve our respect and thanks and I hope all Louisvillians will come out and help salute these brave men and women.”
For its 32nd year, the city’s annual celebration launching the holiday season is expanding and moving to 4th Street, creating a four-block festival of lights set to music between the Galt House and Fourth Street Live.
Livability.com has named Louisville as America’s No. 1 city for affordable vacations.
As an added attraction, guests will be treated to a showing of Michael Curtiz’ 1942 masterpiece, “Casablanca.”
“Louisville offers so many of the advantages of a much larger city but with greater affordability and ease of getting around – it’s a great and affordable place for people of all ages.”
“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.”
“Every year this Festival brings to the community a sense of pride and fun. The organizers of this event have once again planned something for everyone and it I something to look forward to”
“Consumers need good information to make healthy food choices when dining out.”
“The study clearly shows that our investment in Fourth Street Live has been wise for our city and for the state in general,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.
“Light Up Louisville is a great holiday tradition, but it’s time to create an even brighter, more exciting event that lasts from the day after Thanksgiving until New Year’s Eve,”
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.
Aspiring chefs Kendall Knies, Jordyn Moseley, Halie Raymer and Kelsee Newman, will compete against chefs from 56 countries that will be represented in the five-day Olympics.