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Today is July 23, 2016

Louisville, KY 40214

Nearby communities: Iroquois

Saturday, July 23rd, 2016

  • | 8:00am - 12:00pm | Health Seminars and Screenings, Free, Health Screening, Health Consultation, Health Diagnosis, IBS, Crohn's
    - Free health clinic for individuals with Irritable Bowel Syndrome or Crohn’s Disease. Free consultation, diagnosis and treatment available on Saturday July 23rd from 8am to noon. 330 Townepark Cir #100, Louisville, Ky 40243

    3 330 Townepark Cir #100, Louisville, Ky 40243 KY 40243
    Jennifer Knopf 502.509.2890 jknopf@ft.newyorklife.com
  • | 8:00am - 1:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Golf Scramble, Charity Event
    - Join OAK for our annual golf scramble benefiting gynecological cancer survivors and community education programs. The blind draw scramble will be held on July 23 at Iroquois Golf Course. Registration is only $75 per golfer and includes: performance wicking golf shirt, cart & green fees, prize entries (longest putt, closest to hole, men & lady's longest drive), BBQ lunch, and 4 drink tickets. There will also be a $5 per putt - putting contest.
    Iroquois Golf Course
    1501 Rundill Rd Louisville KY 40214
    Mary Lane 502.708.1625 mary@oakky.org
  • | 9:00am - 1:00pm | Local Events, Farmers' market
    - This is a weekly farmers' market with vendors offering various products, including (but not limited to) fresh vegetables and fruits grown on local farms, breads, jellies and jams, pickles, gluten-free products, dog food and treats, fabric-based crafts, herbs, soaps, salsa, and many more. Free convenient parking. Set up in the parking lot of Westport Rd. Baptist Church at the corner of Westport Rd. and Hurstbourne Ln.
    Westport Rd. Baptist Church
    9705 Westport Rd. Louisville KY 40241
    Sandi Deutsch 502.376.3888 deutschfarmllc@gmail.com
  • | 10:00am - 3:00pm | Special Interest, Museum, Free, History, Interactive, Family, Fun, Education, Braille
    - Individuals or small groups are welcome to visit the Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind, free of charge, Mon.– Fri. 8:30am–4:30pm* and Sat. 10am–3pm, no reservations necessary.
    *Closed Derby Day and Federal Holidays

    Explore the history of the education of people who are blind in a fun and accessible setting. Write your name using a mechanical braille writer. Learn about other raised-letter and tactile alphabets that once competed with braille. Experience what it is like to have a wealth of knowledge at the tips of your fingers. Labels are provided in braille, large print, and recorded formats.

    For more information, visit http://www.aph.org/museum/
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    APH Museum 502.895.2405 museum@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, art, exhibition, kentucky, painting, art show, kentucky art, landscape, artwork
    - Dancing light reflects upon the placid river as barges drift alongside the bustling cityscape. The rolling hills and fields of Kentucky are captured in full bloom on a blissful spring day. The Bluegrass State is brimming with awe-inspiring beauty. While the typical passerby may not give the splendor of the region much thought, Lynn Dunbar captures and shares these moments through her colorful oil paintings.

    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of new work by Lynn Dunbar in her upcoming solo exhibition, “Kentucky Sentiments.” You are invited to attend the opening reception July 7 from 6-8PM. The exhibition will be on view from June 6 - July 30.

    The artist’s style is influenced by Russian Impressionist, Nicolai Timkov, and American Landscape painter, William Wendt. Lynn Dunbar states “some of my favorite subjects are river scenes, plein air (on location), aerials of the local landscape, and nearby urban life. Besides participating in National Paint Outs, I have fun traveling around Kentucky and Indiana setting up my easel and painting plein air studies.”

    Lynn Dunbar has participated in, and won awards for oil paintings and plein air competitions on the local and national level. Awards include the Award of Honor from Indiana Heritage Arts 2015, Grand Prize Portland Heritage Arts Show 2014, honorable mention at the Salon International 2013, the 2012 Purchase Prize from the Owensboro Museum of Art, and the 2011 Grand Prize from the Louisville Women’s Club. Her work is also featured in the new "Painting Indiana 3" book, and “American Art Review”.

    WHO: Lynn Dunbar, dunbar-art.com 

    WHAT: Kentucky Sentiments
    
WHERE: Kentucky Fine Art Gallery 2400 C Lime Kiln Lane. Louisville, KY 40222

    WHEN: Opening Reception July 7th, 6-8pm

    ON VIEW: June 6 - July 30, 2016

    For gallery inquiries, contact Leslie Spetz at 502-426-8880
    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery
    2400 C Lime Kiln Lane Louisville KY 40222
    Leslie Spetz 502.426.8880 evster95@aol.com
  • | 6:05pm - 9:05pm | Sports and Recreation
    - Bats vs Lehigh Valley 6:05 pm
    Louisville Bats Website
    Slugger Field
    401 E Main Street Louisville KY 40202
    BATS TICKET OFFICE 855.228.8497
  • | Sports and Recreation
    - * NASCAR @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    http://www.nascar.com/
     
           
  • | Health Seminars and Screenings
    - Exhibit Hall 1AB, Cascade Ballroom, Conference Theatre, Rooms 101-104

    Times: TBA

    Admission: TBA
    Kentucky International Convention Center
    221 S 4th Street Louisville KY 40202
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Rainbow Blossom Farmers Market
    Sundays – 12pm – 4pm – May – Oct

    The Temple Farmers Market
    Mondays – 3pm – 7pm – Apr – Nov

    Saint Francis of the Fields Farmers' Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm & Saturdays – 9:30 am – 12:30pm

    The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmer's Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm – May – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market
    Wednesdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Lyndon Farmers' Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Suburban Christian Church Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 4pm – 8pm – May – Oct

    Bardstown Road Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 8am – 12pm – Apr – Dec

    Douglass Loop Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm – Apr – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market - Oxmoor
    Saturdays – 9am – 1pm

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Saturday – 8am – 12pm – May – Oct

    Westport Rd. Baptist Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm

    New Goshen Presbyterian Church
    Saturday - 9am - 12:30pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!


     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Jeffersontown Farmers Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm & Saturdays – 8am – 12:30pm – May – Oct

    St. Andrew Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!
     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Growing Forward Refugee Farmers Market
    Sundays – 10am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Mondays & Thursdays – 2pm – 5pm – May – Sep

    Urban Fresh Market at Spalding University
    Mondays – 11am – 2pm – Jun - Oct

    Big "A" Farmers Market
    Tuesdays & Thursdays – 8am – 11am – Jun – Nov

    Old Louisville Farm Works Market
    Wednesdays – 2pm – 6pm

    Gray Street Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 10am – 2pm

    California Neighborhood Farmers' Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm

    Portland Shawnee Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 2pm – Jun – Oct

    Russell Neighborhood Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 3pm – 6:30pm – Jun – Oct

    Smoketown Shelby Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    Victory Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 12pm – 4pm – Jun – Oct

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!




     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Bluegrass Farmers' Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Beechmont Open Air Market
    Saturdays – 8am – 12pm – Jun – Sep

    Bluegrass Global Growers Market at Americana.
    Saturdays – 12pm – 3pm

    Southwest Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 1pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!





     
           
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - 2016 LOUISVILLE BLUES, BREWS & BBQ FESTIVAL TICKETS

    Friday, July 22 | Saturday, July 23 | Sunday, July 24

    Note: Times are to be determined and are subject to change

    Ticket Information Coming Soon!


    THE MUSIC IS HOT. THE FOOD IS SMOKIN’. THE LOCATION IS HISTORIC.

    Only the Louisville Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival allows you to get lost in a soul-satisfying haze of New Orleans and Memphis-style blues and pit barbecue smoke. Add our special Brews Tasting Area where you can sample craft beers, and it’s easy to see why people mark their calendars for this legendary festival at Louisville Water Tower Park year after year.

    Whether you like your blues hard-driving or more mellow crooning, you'll hear more than your share of favorites as our live bands lay down lick after soulful lick. You can expect to hear covers of Blues legends such as B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, and Bob Dylan, as well as original tracks.

    The Louisville Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival offers a wide assortment of mouthwatering barbecue stands, where “sultans of the smokers” boast of a “secret ingredient” that all guarantee makes their barbecue the best. And don’t forget about the Brews tasting tent - back by popular demand – where you can cool off and sample the best of craft beers.

    BBQ

    Sink your teeth into some of the best pit smoked BBQ in the state of Kentucky. Juicy pulled pork. Tender slabs of ribs. Savory chicken. It’s all here, seasoned with a variety of dry rubs, sauces and seasonings that make your mouth water and the desire to go back for more!

    Brews & Cocktails

    Sample dozens of craft beers by microbreweries from across the state of Kentucky at our Brews Tasting Area. Or, for fans of something with a little more kick, try one of our featured Sailor Jerry Rum or Four Roses Bourbon cocktails. Both are perfect chasers for a round of Blues tunes.

    Fair Favorites

    No summer festival is complete without traditional fair favorites! Enjoy ice cold lemonade, funnel cakes, ice cream, ribbon fries and more at the Louisville Brews, Blues and BBQ Festival. Can’t decide which appeals the most? Treat yourself and try a few!
    Louisville Water Tower Park ,
    3005 River Road Louisville KY 40207
    Jennifer Washle 502.583.0333 bluesfest@bisig.com

Sunday, July 24th, 2016

  • | 6:05pm - 9:05pm | Sports and Recreation
    - Bats vs Lehigh Valley 6:05 pm
    Louisville Bats Website
    Slugger Field
    401 E Main Street Louisville KY 40202
    BATS TICKET OFFICE 855.228.8497
  • | 7:00pm - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Concerts
    - 7/24 Willow Park Concert Cancelled
    by CTA

    Due to the anticipated extreme heat over the weekend the Cherokee Triangle Willow Park Concert for Sunday, July 24 has been CANCELLED.

    Blair Carmen (Rockabilly) has been rescheduled for Aug. 21 .



    Cherokee Triangle 2016 Summer Concert Series

    Concerts are held Sundays from 7 – 9 p.m.
    in Willow Park at Cherokee Parkway and Willow Ave.

    No Alcohol – No Pets – No Soliciting

    The event is free.

    Please bring canned goods, soap, tooth paste, tooth brushes, paper towels, dish-washing liquid or deodorant to support the Highland Community Ministry’s Dare To Care Food Pantry

    Summer Concert Cancellation Policy
    If a concert needs to be cancelled for weather-related causes, or any last minute band cancellation that cannot be filled, the information is posted on this website as soon as that decision is made. With weather-related causes, the weather is monitored and if a cancellation is deemed appropriate the band is notified and the information should be on the website by 3:30 that day.
    Willow Park
    1330 Willow Ave. Louisville KY 40204
    Cherokee Triangle Association cherokeetriangle@bellsouth.net
  • | Sports and Recreation
    - * NASCAR @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    http://www.nascar.com/
     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Rainbow Blossom Farmers Market
    Sundays – 12pm – 4pm – May – Oct

    The Temple Farmers Market
    Mondays – 3pm – 7pm – Apr – Nov

    Saint Francis of the Fields Farmers' Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm & Saturdays – 9:30 am – 12:30pm

    The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmer's Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm – May – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market
    Wednesdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Lyndon Farmers' Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Suburban Christian Church Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 4pm – 8pm – May – Oct

    Bardstown Road Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 8am – 12pm – Apr – Dec

    Douglass Loop Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm – Apr – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market - Oxmoor
    Saturdays – 9am – 1pm

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Saturday – 8am – 12pm – May – Oct

    Westport Rd. Baptist Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm

    New Goshen Presbyterian Church
    Saturday - 9am - 12:30pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!


     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Growing Forward Refugee Farmers Market
    Sundays – 10am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Mondays & Thursdays – 2pm – 5pm – May – Sep

    Urban Fresh Market at Spalding University
    Mondays – 11am – 2pm – Jun - Oct

    Big "A" Farmers Market
    Tuesdays & Thursdays – 8am – 11am – Jun – Nov

    Old Louisville Farm Works Market
    Wednesdays – 2pm – 6pm

    Gray Street Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 10am – 2pm

    California Neighborhood Farmers' Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm

    Portland Shawnee Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 2pm – Jun – Oct

    Russell Neighborhood Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 3pm – 6:30pm – Jun – Oct

    Smoketown Shelby Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    Victory Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 12pm – 4pm – Jun – Oct

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!




     
           
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - 2016 LOUISVILLE BLUES, BREWS & BBQ FESTIVAL TICKETS

    Friday, July 22 | Saturday, July 23 | Sunday, July 24

    Note: Times are to be determined and are subject to change

    Ticket Information Coming Soon!


    THE MUSIC IS HOT. THE FOOD IS SMOKIN’. THE LOCATION IS HISTORIC.

    Only the Louisville Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival allows you to get lost in a soul-satisfying haze of New Orleans and Memphis-style blues and pit barbecue smoke. Add our special Brews Tasting Area where you can sample craft beers, and it’s easy to see why people mark their calendars for this legendary festival at Louisville Water Tower Park year after year.

    Whether you like your blues hard-driving or more mellow crooning, you'll hear more than your share of favorites as our live bands lay down lick after soulful lick. You can expect to hear covers of Blues legends such as B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, and Bob Dylan, as well as original tracks.

    The Louisville Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival offers a wide assortment of mouthwatering barbecue stands, where “sultans of the smokers” boast of a “secret ingredient” that all guarantee makes their barbecue the best. And don’t forget about the Brews tasting tent - back by popular demand – where you can cool off and sample the best of craft beers.

    BBQ

    Sink your teeth into some of the best pit smoked BBQ in the state of Kentucky. Juicy pulled pork. Tender slabs of ribs. Savory chicken. It’s all here, seasoned with a variety of dry rubs, sauces and seasonings that make your mouth water and the desire to go back for more!

    Brews & Cocktails

    Sample dozens of craft beers by microbreweries from across the state of Kentucky at our Brews Tasting Area. Or, for fans of something with a little more kick, try one of our featured Sailor Jerry Rum or Four Roses Bourbon cocktails. Both are perfect chasers for a round of Blues tunes.

    Fair Favorites

    No summer festival is complete without traditional fair favorites! Enjoy ice cold lemonade, funnel cakes, ice cream, ribbon fries and more at the Louisville Brews, Blues and BBQ Festival. Can’t decide which appeals the most? Treat yourself and try a few!
    Louisville Water Tower Park ,
    3005 River Road Louisville KY 40207
    Jennifer Washle 502.583.0333 bluesfest@bisig.com
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - A day to thank, honor, and celebrate the aunt in a child's life. Whether an Auntie by relation, choice or godmother for everything she does for a child not-her-own. For more information please visit http://www.AuntiesDay.com
     
           

Monday, July 25th, 2016

  • | 8:30am - 4:30pm | Special Interest, Museum, Free, History, Interactive, Family, Fun, Education, Braille
    - Individuals or small groups are welcome to visit the Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind, free of charge, Mon.– Fri. 8:30am–4:30pm* and Sat. 10am–3pm, no reservations necessary.
    *Closed Derby Day and Federal Holidays

    Explore the history of the education of people who are blind in a fun and accessible setting. Write your name using a mechanical braille writer. Learn about other raised-letter and tactile alphabets that once competed with braille. Experience what it is like to have a wealth of knowledge at the tips of your fingers. Labels are provided in braille, large print, and recorded formats.

    Museum visitors may also choose to take a Guided Factory & Museum Tour during their stay. Tours last about 1.5 hours and are offered Mon.– Thurs. and every other Fri. at 10am and 2pm, no reservations required (Closed Federal Holidays).

    For more information, visit http://www.aph.org/museum/
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    APH Museum 502.895.2405 museum@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 11:30am | Special Interest, Factory, Museum, Free, Tours, History, Education, Braille, Printing
    - Individuals or small groups (9 or fewer) are welcome for a free guided walking tour of the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) factory and Museum. See the production of braille publications, the recording of audio books, a demonstration of educational materials designed for visually impaired people, and visit the Museum. Visitors may choose to spend additional time in the Museum before or after the tour.

    Tours last approximately 1.5 hours and are offered Monday through Thursday and every other Friday* at 10 AM and 2 PM, no reservations required.
    *Closed on Federal Holidays

    For more information or to find out about scheduling tours for large groups, visit http://www.aph.org/museum/
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    Rob Guillen 502.895.2405 rguillen@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, art, exhibition, kentucky, painting, art show, kentucky art, landscape, artwork
    - Dancing light reflects upon the placid river as barges drift alongside the bustling cityscape. The rolling hills and fields of Kentucky are captured in full bloom on a blissful spring day. The Bluegrass State is brimming with awe-inspiring beauty. While the typical passerby may not give the splendor of the region much thought, Lynn Dunbar captures and shares these moments through her colorful oil paintings.

    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of new work by Lynn Dunbar in her upcoming solo exhibition, “Kentucky Sentiments.” You are invited to attend the opening reception July 7 from 6-8PM. The exhibition will be on view from June 6 - July 30.

    The artist’s style is influenced by Russian Impressionist, Nicolai Timkov, and American Landscape painter, William Wendt. Lynn Dunbar states “some of my favorite subjects are river scenes, plein air (on location), aerials of the local landscape, and nearby urban life. Besides participating in National Paint Outs, I have fun traveling around Kentucky and Indiana setting up my easel and painting plein air studies.”

    Lynn Dunbar has participated in, and won awards for oil paintings and plein air competitions on the local and national level. Awards include the Award of Honor from Indiana Heritage Arts 2015, Grand Prize Portland Heritage Arts Show 2014, honorable mention at the Salon International 2013, the 2012 Purchase Prize from the Owensboro Museum of Art, and the 2011 Grand Prize from the Louisville Women’s Club. Her work is also featured in the new "Painting Indiana 3" book, and “American Art Review”.

    WHO: Lynn Dunbar, dunbar-art.com 

    WHAT: Kentucky Sentiments
    
WHERE: Kentucky Fine Art Gallery 2400 C Lime Kiln Lane. Louisville, KY 40222

    WHEN: Opening Reception July 7th, 6-8pm

    ON VIEW: June 6 - July 30, 2016

    For gallery inquiries, contact Leslie Spetz at 502-426-8880
    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery
    2400 C Lime Kiln Lane Louisville KY 40222
    Leslie Spetz 502.426.8880 evster95@aol.com
  • | 5:00pm - 10:00pm | Charity, Fundraiser, Food, The Salvation Army, Anchorage Village
    - Come out to The Village Anchor Pub & Roost, mention The Salvation Army, and we will receive a percentage of your food and drink purchases.
    The Anchorage Village Pub & Roost
    11507 Park Rd. Anchorage KY 40223
    Kristen Bender 502.671.4914 kristen.bender@uss.savlationarmy.org
  • | 5:30pm - | Community and Civic Groups, Clubs
    - Kentucky Chess Association - The USCF state affiliate for all of Kentucky

    KCA Adult/Open Tournaments

    Dillard Mondays

    When Monday, Dec 28, 2015
    Where 173 Sears Ave, Louisville, KY 40207, USA
    Description - Every Monday Night
    Registration - 5:30 PM
    Round 1 - 6:15 PM

    Miaflores Building
    173 Sears Avenue
    Lower Level - Suite 079

    3 Round - Swiss System
    Game/30
    Entry Fee: $10.00 per night
    Prizes based on entries

    John Simons
    502-418-5312
    ChessPerformance@gmail.com

    Miaflores Building
    173 Sears Avenue Louisville KY 40207
    John Simons 502.418.5312 ChessPerformance@gmail.com
  • | 7:05pm - 10:05pm | Sports and Recreation
    - Bats vs Charlotte 7:05 pm
    Louisville Bats Website
    Slugger Field
    401 E Main Street Louisville KY 40202
    BATS TICKET OFFICE 855.228.8497
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Rainbow Blossom Farmers Market
    Sundays – 12pm – 4pm – May – Oct

    The Temple Farmers Market
    Mondays – 3pm – 7pm – Apr – Nov

    Saint Francis of the Fields Farmers' Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm & Saturdays – 9:30 am – 12:30pm

    The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmer's Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm – May – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market
    Wednesdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Lyndon Farmers' Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Suburban Christian Church Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 4pm – 8pm – May – Oct

    Bardstown Road Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 8am – 12pm – Apr – Dec

    Douglass Loop Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm – Apr – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market - Oxmoor
    Saturdays – 9am – 1pm

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Saturday – 8am – 12pm – May – Oct

    Westport Rd. Baptist Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm

    New Goshen Presbyterian Church
    Saturday - 9am - 12:30pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!


     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Growing Forward Refugee Farmers Market
    Sundays – 10am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Mondays & Thursdays – 2pm – 5pm – May – Sep

    Urban Fresh Market at Spalding University
    Mondays – 11am – 2pm – Jun - Oct

    Big "A" Farmers Market
    Tuesdays & Thursdays – 8am – 11am – Jun – Nov

    Old Louisville Farm Works Market
    Wednesdays – 2pm – 6pm

    Gray Street Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 10am – 2pm

    California Neighborhood Farmers' Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm

    Portland Shawnee Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 2pm – Jun – Oct

    Russell Neighborhood Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 3pm – 6:30pm – Jun – Oct

    Smoketown Shelby Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    Victory Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 12pm – 4pm – Jun – Oct

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!




     
           
  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - July 25-31 at Baltusrol Golf Club, Springfield, NJ. The 98th championship conducted by the Professional Golfers' Association of America. For information visit http://www.pga.com
     
           

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

  • | 10:00am - 11:30am | Special Interest, Factory, Museum, Free, Tours, History, Education, Braille, Printing
    - Individuals or small groups (9 or fewer) are welcome for a free guided walking tour of the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) factory and Museum. See the production of braille publications, the recording of audio books, a demonstration of educational materials designed for visually impaired people, and visit the Museum. Visitors may choose to spend additional time in the Museum before or after the tour.

    Tours last approximately 1.5 hours and are offered Monday through Thursday and every other Friday* at 10 AM and 2 PM, no reservations required.
    *Closed on Federal Holidays

    For more information or to find out about scheduling tours for large groups, visit http://www.aph.org/museum/
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    Rob Guillen 502.895.2405 rguillen@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, art, exhibition, kentucky, painting, art show, kentucky art, landscape, artwork
    - Dancing light reflects upon the placid river as barges drift alongside the bustling cityscape. The rolling hills and fields of Kentucky are captured in full bloom on a blissful spring day. The Bluegrass State is brimming with awe-inspiring beauty. While the typical passerby may not give the splendor of the region much thought, Lynn Dunbar captures and shares these moments through her colorful oil paintings.

    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of new work by Lynn Dunbar in her upcoming solo exhibition, “Kentucky Sentiments.” You are invited to attend the opening reception July 7 from 6-8PM. The exhibition will be on view from June 6 - July 30.

    The artist’s style is influenced by Russian Impressionist, Nicolai Timkov, and American Landscape painter, William Wendt. Lynn Dunbar states “some of my favorite subjects are river scenes, plein air (on location), aerials of the local landscape, and nearby urban life. Besides participating in National Paint Outs, I have fun traveling around Kentucky and Indiana setting up my easel and painting plein air studies.”

    Lynn Dunbar has participated in, and won awards for oil paintings and plein air competitions on the local and national level. Awards include the Award of Honor from Indiana Heritage Arts 2015, Grand Prize Portland Heritage Arts Show 2014, honorable mention at the Salon International 2013, the 2012 Purchase Prize from the Owensboro Museum of Art, and the 2011 Grand Prize from the Louisville Women’s Club. Her work is also featured in the new "Painting Indiana 3" book, and “American Art Review”.

    WHO: Lynn Dunbar, dunbar-art.com 

    WHAT: Kentucky Sentiments
    
WHERE: Kentucky Fine Art Gallery 2400 C Lime Kiln Lane. Louisville, KY 40222

    WHEN: Opening Reception July 7th, 6-8pm

    ON VIEW: June 6 - July 30, 2016

    For gallery inquiries, contact Leslie Spetz at 502-426-8880
    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery
    2400 C Lime Kiln Lane Louisville KY 40222
    Leslie Spetz 502.426.8880 evster95@aol.com
  • | 7:00pm - | Government, Politics
    - City council meeting are held at the St. Matthews City Hall, first floor council chambers, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month.

    Meetings begin at 7 p.m. Citizens are welcome and encouraged to attend.
    St. Matthews City Hall
    3940 Grandview Avenue Louisville KY 40207
    502.895.9444
  • | 7:05pm - 10:05pm | Sports and Recreation
    - Bats vs Charlotte 7:05 pm
    Louisville Bats Website
    Slugger Field
    401 E Main Street Louisville KY 40202
    BATS TICKET OFFICE 855.228.8497
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Rainbow Blossom Farmers Market
    Sundays – 12pm – 4pm – May – Oct

    The Temple Farmers Market
    Mondays – 3pm – 7pm – Apr – Nov

    Saint Francis of the Fields Farmers' Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm & Saturdays – 9:30 am – 12:30pm

    The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmer's Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm – May – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market
    Wednesdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Lyndon Farmers' Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Suburban Christian Church Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 4pm – 8pm – May – Oct

    Bardstown Road Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 8am – 12pm – Apr – Dec

    Douglass Loop Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm – Apr – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market - Oxmoor
    Saturdays – 9am – 1pm

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Saturday – 8am – 12pm – May – Oct

    Westport Rd. Baptist Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm

    New Goshen Presbyterian Church
    Saturday - 9am - 12:30pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!


     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Jeffersontown Farmers Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm & Saturdays – 8am – 12:30pm – May – Oct

    St. Andrew Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!
     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Growing Forward Refugee Farmers Market
    Sundays – 10am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Mondays & Thursdays – 2pm – 5pm – May – Sep

    Urban Fresh Market at Spalding University
    Mondays – 11am – 2pm – Jun - Oct

    Big "A" Farmers Market
    Tuesdays & Thursdays – 8am – 11am – Jun – Nov

    Old Louisville Farm Works Market
    Wednesdays – 2pm – 6pm

    Gray Street Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 10am – 2pm

    California Neighborhood Farmers' Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm

    Portland Shawnee Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 2pm – Jun – Oct

    Russell Neighborhood Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 3pm – 6:30pm – Jun – Oct

    Smoketown Shelby Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    Victory Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 12pm – 4pm – Jun – Oct

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!




     
           
  • | NATL - Government
    - On this date in 1947, President Truman signed legislation unifying the two branches of the armed forces into the Department of Defense. The branches merged were the Army and the Navy. The Air Force was separated from the Army at the same time and made an independent force.
     
           
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters last quarter phase at 7:00pm EDT
     
           

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

  • | 8:30am - 9:30am | Business, Chamber, Networking, Chamber
    - Join us for the July meeting of the Highland Commerce Guild to meet Brandon Coan, the 8th District Councilman-elect, whose term begins in January.

    Brandon will be our guest speaker, addressing the issue of cleanliness in the Highlands. Brandon serves on the board of Brightside.

    The meeting venue will be the Highlands Community Campus, home of Highlands Community Ministries, Squallis Puppeteers, community groups, artist studios and commercial tenants. The HCC, established in 2014, has become a busy community center and popular event space.

    Network with reps from other Highlands businesses and organizations while enjoying free coffee and treats from Kizito Bakery. Hope to see you there!



    Gilda's Club of Louisville
    a perfume-free environment
    633 Baxter Ave., 2nd Floor

    Park in rear, side streets or in the lot across Baxter Ave.

    Meeting is cancelled if JCPS Schools are delayed or cancelled for weather

    Network while enjoying free coffee and treats from Kizito Bakery!
    Invite your business friends and co-workers!

    Look forward to seeing you there!

    Guests are welcome to attend our monthly membership meeting. Business Association of The Highlands Of Louisville, KY

    ** Meeting may be replaced by a special event, if planned. Check Events page!

    Please join us to support and implement the mission of the Highland Commerce Guild!
    Highlands Community Ministires at the Highlands Community Campus
    1228 E. Breckinridge St. Louisville KY
    Larry Rother, President 502.235.2707 larryrother@coffeenewslouisville.com
  • | 10:00am - 11:30am | Special Interest, Factory, Museum, Free, Tours, History, Education, Braille, Printing
    - Individuals or small groups (9 or fewer) are welcome for a free guided walking tour of the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) factory and Museum. See the production of braille publications, the recording of audio books, a demonstration of educational materials designed for visually impaired people, and visit the Museum. Visitors may choose to spend additional time in the Museum before or after the tour.

    Tours last approximately 1.5 hours and are offered Monday through Thursday and every other Friday* at 10 AM and 2 PM, no reservations required.
    *Closed on Federal Holidays

    For more information or to find out about scheduling tours for large groups, visit http://www.aph.org/museum/
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    Rob Guillen 502.895.2405 rguillen@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, art, exhibition, kentucky, painting, art show, kentucky art, landscape, artwork
    - Dancing light reflects upon the placid river as barges drift alongside the bustling cityscape. The rolling hills and fields of Kentucky are captured in full bloom on a blissful spring day. The Bluegrass State is brimming with awe-inspiring beauty. While the typical passerby may not give the splendor of the region much thought, Lynn Dunbar captures and shares these moments through her colorful oil paintings.

    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of new work by Lynn Dunbar in her upcoming solo exhibition, “Kentucky Sentiments.” You are invited to attend the opening reception July 7 from 6-8PM. The exhibition will be on view from June 6 - July 30.

    The artist’s style is influenced by Russian Impressionist, Nicolai Timkov, and American Landscape painter, William Wendt. Lynn Dunbar states “some of my favorite subjects are river scenes, plein air (on location), aerials of the local landscape, and nearby urban life. Besides participating in National Paint Outs, I have fun traveling around Kentucky and Indiana setting up my easel and painting plein air studies.”

    Lynn Dunbar has participated in, and won awards for oil paintings and plein air competitions on the local and national level. Awards include the Award of Honor from Indiana Heritage Arts 2015, Grand Prize Portland Heritage Arts Show 2014, honorable mention at the Salon International 2013, the 2012 Purchase Prize from the Owensboro Museum of Art, and the 2011 Grand Prize from the Louisville Women’s Club. Her work is also featured in the new "Painting Indiana 3" book, and “American Art Review”.

    WHO: Lynn Dunbar, dunbar-art.com 

    WHAT: Kentucky Sentiments
    
WHERE: Kentucky Fine Art Gallery 2400 C Lime Kiln Lane. Louisville, KY 40222

    WHEN: Opening Reception July 7th, 6-8pm

    ON VIEW: June 6 - July 30, 2016

    For gallery inquiries, contact Leslie Spetz at 502-426-8880
    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery
    2400 C Lime Kiln Lane Louisville KY 40222
    Leslie Spetz 502.426.8880 evster95@aol.com
  • | 4:30pm - 6:30pm | Business, Chamber, Networking
    - Ruth's Chris Steak House
    6100 Dutchmans Lane, 16th Floor
    Louisville, KY 40205

    Details:

    Mix and mingle in a casual atmosphere with fellow Chamber members while enjoying free appetizers and a cash bar.

    All attendees will be eligible for the Member Money Drawing!

    Must be present to win.

    FREE for Chamber members

    $10 for Non-members
    Ruth's Chris Steak House
    6100 Dutchmans Lane, 16th Floor Louisville KY 40205
    Abigail Smith 502.267.1674 abigail@jtownchamber.com
  • | 5:00pm - 10:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - WFPK - Waterfront Wednesday is held on the Big Four Lawn ,
    located just west of the Big Four Bridge .
    Gates open at 5 p.m. Free to all.
    Outside alcohol is prohibited. No coolers, no glass or pets allowed in the event area of the Big Four Lawn and the adjacent park areas.
    For more information, please call 814-6500.

    Waterfront Park
    129 River Rd Louisville KY 40202
    502.814.6518 cspivey@wfpk.org
  • | 5:30pm - 7:30pm | Business, Chamber, Networking
    - FOR MEN WHO ENJOY BOURBON
    The Bourbon Brotherhood is a monthly social gathering of men who enjoy bourbon and camaraderie. Is this politically correct? Probably not.

    For more information: BourbonBrotherhood.com Bruce C. (502) 569-4117

    We have some amazing events planned for 2016. Here is a brief tasting of what's in store for next month:

    The Coopers' Craft Event is Sold Out.

    July 27, 5:30 to 7:30. A tasting of Coopers Craft Bourbon.
     
           
    Bruce Corwin 502.569.4117 bruce@bourbonbrotherhood.com
  • | 7:05pm - 10:05pm | Sports and Recreation
    - Bats vs Charlotte 7:05 pm
    Louisville Bats Website
    Slugger Field
    401 E Main Street Louisville KY 40202
    BATS TICKET OFFICE 855.228.8497
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Rainbow Blossom Farmers Market
    Sundays – 12pm – 4pm – May – Oct

    The Temple Farmers Market
    Mondays – 3pm – 7pm – Apr – Nov

    Saint Francis of the Fields Farmers' Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm & Saturdays – 9:30 am – 12:30pm

    The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmer's Market
    Tuesdays – 3pm – 6pm – May – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market
    Wednesdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Lyndon Farmers' Market
    Thursdays – 3pm – 6pm

    Suburban Christian Church Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 4pm – 8pm – May – Oct

    Bardstown Road Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 8am – 12pm – Apr – Dec

    Douglass Loop Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm – Apr – Oct

    Louisville Farmers Market - Oxmoor
    Saturdays – 9am – 1pm

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Saturday – 8am – 12pm – May – Oct

    Westport Rd. Baptist Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm

    New Goshen Presbyterian Church
    Saturday - 9am - 12:30pm

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!


     
           
  • | Local Events, Local Farmers Markets
    - Growing Forward Refugee Farmers Market
    Sundays – 10am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    St. Matthews Farmers Market
    Mondays & Thursdays – 2pm – 5pm – May – Sep

    Urban Fresh Market at Spalding University
    Mondays – 11am – 2pm – Jun - Oct

    Big "A" Farmers Market
    Tuesdays & Thursdays – 8am – 11am – Jun – Nov

    Old Louisville Farm Works Market
    Wednesdays – 2pm – 6pm

    Gray Street Farmers Market
    Thursdays – 10am – 2pm

    California Neighborhood Farmers' Market
    Saturdays – 10am – 2pm

    Portland Shawnee Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 2pm – Jun – Oct

    Russell Neighborhood Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 3pm – 6:30pm – Jun – Oct

    Smoketown Shelby Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 9am – 12pm – Jun – Oct

    Victory Park Farmers Market
    Saturdays – 12pm – 4pm – Jun – Oct

    Check out our wonderful vendors who sell the finest in local farm products including fruits, vegetables, breads, honey, canned goods, lunch items, crafts and more.

    Who knew an ear of corn or fresh tomato could improve your health, your community and the environment, all at the same time. Local food doesn't suffer the "jet lag" of produce trucked across the country. It puts more money back into the local economy and saves a whole lot of gas.

    Call to find out about its assortment of organic food, fruits, local specialties, vegetables and crafts.

    We want to thank all of our supporters, customers, vendors and farmers ! ! ! Thanks for buying local.

    The demand for affordable, fresh, local and healthy foods is growing. Farmers’ markets and direct-to-consumer marketing are great ways to meet that demand.

    It’s simple for the consumer to find the products their looking for and buying local puts a face on your food with a connection between the consumer and farmer.

    You are important to us, and that’s why we work so diligently to serve you.

    Kentucky grown keeps Kentucky growing!




     
           
  • - A special remembrance of the veterans of the Korean War, and especially those of the US and allied combatants who made the ultimate sacrifice in Korea. The display of the US flag is encouraged on this day.
     
           

Thursday, July 28th, 2016

  • | 10:00am - 11:30am | Special Interest, Factory, Museum, Free, Tours, History, Education, Braille, Printing
    - Individuals or small groups (9 or fewer) are welcome for a free guided walking tour of the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) factory and Museum. See the production of braille publications, the recording of audio books, a demonstration of educational materials designed for visually impaired people, and visit the Museum. Visitors may choose to spend additional time in the Museum before or after the tour.

    Tours last approximately 1.5 hours and are offered Monday through Thursday and every other Friday* at 10 AM and 2 PM, no reservations required.
    *Closed on Federal Holidays

    For more information or to find out about scheduling tours for large groups, visit http://www.aph.org/museum/
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    Rob Guillen 502.895.2405 rguillen@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, art, exhibition, kentucky, painting, art show, kentucky art, landscape, artwork
    - Dancing light reflects upon the placid river as barges drift alongside the bustling cityscape. The rolling hills and fields of Kentucky are captured in full bloom on a blissful spring day. The Bluegrass State is brimming with awe-inspiring beauty. While the typical passerby may not give the splendor of the region much thought, Lynn Dunbar captures and shares these moments through her colorful oil paintings.

    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of new work by Lynn Dunbar in her upcoming solo exhibition, “Kentucky Sentiments.” You are invited to attend the opening reception July 7 from 6-8PM. The exhibition will be on view from June 6 - July 30.

    The artist’s style is influenced by Russian Impressionist, Nicolai Timkov, and American Landscape painter, William Wendt. Lynn Dunbar states “some of my favorite subjects are river scenes, plein air (on location), aerials of the local landscape, and nearby urban life. Besides participating in National Paint Outs, I have fun traveling around Kentucky and Indiana setting up my easel and painting plein air studies.”

    Lynn Dunbar has participated in, and won awards for oil paintings and plein air competitions on the local and national level. Awards include the Award of Honor from Indiana Heritage Arts 2015, Grand Prize Portland Heritage Arts Show 2014, honorable mention at the Salon International 2013, the 2012 Purchase Prize from the Owensboro Museum of Art, and the 2011 Grand Prize from the Louisville Women’s Club. Her work is also featured in the new "Painting Indiana 3" book, and “American Art Review”.

    WHO: Lynn Dunbar, dunbar-art.com 

    WHAT: Kentucky Sentiments
    
WHERE: Kentucky Fine Art Gallery 2400 C Lime Kiln Lane. Louisville, KY 40222

    WHEN: Opening Reception July 7th, 6-8pm

    ON VIEW: June 6 - July 30, 2016

    For gallery inquiries, contact Leslie Spetz at 502-426-8880
    Kentucky Fine Art Gallery
    2400 C Lime Kiln Lane Louisville KY 40222
    Leslie Spetz 502.426.8880 evster95@aol.com

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