The great scarecrow migration is in full-swing at Bernheim Forest.
Find out why this event brought out 12,000 nature-lovers last year. Celebrate the splendor of autumn next weekend at Bernheim with live music, great food, hayrides, hay mazes, a rope bridge and much more for the family. A not-to-miss fall festival.
Caufields will host their annual Halloween Parade October 14 on Bardstown Road. Whether your Halloween enthusiasm is on the I-drink-blood-for-breakfast, Hillcrest excessive side or the unattended candy bowl on the porch realm--this parade is one not to be missed.
This weekend your family can hang with the hipsters, trees or the scarecrows. You choose.
The Louisville Visual Art Association and The Speed Museum have partnered to offer The Fall Series of Four: simultaneous, themed, hands-on art classes for both adults and children. Learn a variety of skills, take home a piece of art, and share the love of design with your brood.
Tomorrow from 4-8 pm witness the giant peace doves that have traveled the globe in honor of a better planet. The Jane Goodall Institute's "Roots and Shoots" comes to Louisville.
Storytelling is as integral to the human experience as guilt, but a lot more fun. Celebrate the story this week with two events devoted to this important art form: The Spirits of LaGrange Ghost Stories on the Square or Storybook Character Day at the Louisville Zoo.
Gillian Welch and partner Dave Rawlings transcended time and place by bringing classic Americana on a Opry-like stage to the Brown Theater last Tuesday.