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Today is September 30, 2016

Utica, IN 47130

Nearby communities: Jeffersonville / Louisville

Featured Events

Friday, September 30th, 2016

  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - The 2015 Art Show is September 30 thru October 2, 2016
    Hours: Friday & Saturday 10am -6pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm.

    The 2016 Art Show will be our 60th Anniversary!
    The 2016 Dates are September 30, October 1 & 2.

    The St. James Court Art Show® is a juried fine arts and fine crafts show that hosts an impressive 750 artists from North America. Held in the heart of historic Old Louisville among the country’s largest collection of Victorian homes, the St. James Court Art Show® has for over five decades provided our neighborhood, city and state with a rich cultural and artistic legacy.

    History

    St. James Court Art Show ® was founded on October 12, 1957 by St. James Court Association president, Malcolm Bird. Back in 1957, St James Court Association was faced with an empty treasury, mounting debt for recent fountain repairs, and an immediate need to generate funds. The Art Show seemed to be a perfect means to pay the bills and bring residents together.
    The Art Show started simply enough. “At first, it was to be an art exhibit only, although open to anyone wishing to enter an exhibit. The pictures were hung on a clothesline extending from tree to tree,” wrote Marguerite Gifford in her 1966 history, St. James Court in Retrospect.

    click for details

    St. James Court Art Show®
    P.O. Box 3804 Louisville KY 40201
    St. James Court At Show 502.635.1842 mesrock@stjamescourtartshow.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 click for details
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    Rob Guillen 502.895.2405 rguillen@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 10:00pm | Local Events
    - Join us for our Boutique Grand Opening, in conjunction with the St. James Court Art Fair. Our Fashion Trunk Show will feature MJ Kinman Textiles, BloFISH, The New Blak, Jenny Threads and more! Outside our boutique, there will be mural painting, glass blowing with hands-on workshops and food trucks. And inside we’ll host an Evening of Fashion starting at 7 p.m., as well as a Dessert Bar Trunk Show.
    Makers' Crucible,
    737 S. Third St. Louisville KY 40202
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events
    - Founded in 1997, the annual UnFair Art Show is an institution in Old Louisville. Each year, thousands of art lovers come out to mingle among friends and imbibe vast quantities of beer and spirits, all while music and creativity fills the air. All art is local, affordable and ready-to-buy. Traditionally, the UnFair embraces vice and subversiveness. It is an art show, for locals by locals that strives to exemplify Louisville culture during the St. James Court Art Show a block up the street. The eclectic mix of creative minds that participate include a wide variety of styles and techniques.
    Mag Bar,
    1398 S. Second St. Louisville KY
  • | 6:00pm - 10:30pm | Shopping
    - F.A.T. Friday Trolley Hop
    Last Friday every month.
    6pm - 10:30pm FatFridayHop.org

    Explore the Clifton, Crescent Hill and Butchertown neighborhoods by way of a trolley ride! The FAT Friday Trolley Hop was launched in 2004 and has become a signature event on Frankfort Avenue. Held year-round on the final Friday of every month from 6:00pm-10:30pm, this event draws attracts thousands of people to enjoy free trolley rides to participating shops, restaurants and galleries along the Frankfort, Mellwood and Story Avenue corridor. Many of the businesses host live music and entertainment, complimentary refreshments and special sales on trolley hop nights.
    F.A.T. Friday Trolley Hop
    Frankfort Avenue, Story Avenue, and Mellwood Avenue Louisville KY 40206
  • - Come out to the Yum! Center to cheer on our women’s volleyball team as they take on the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest University. Go Cards!
    KFC YUM! Center,
    1 Arena Plaza KY
  • | 11:00pm - 12:00am | Local Events
    - This is the last day to experience Laser Radiohead at UofL’s Rauch Planetarium. This laser show set to some of Radiohead’s most loved songs isn’t just for students. Don’t miss out on your last chance to witness this emotional roller coaster of a laser show.

    Cost: $8
    University of Louisville, Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium
    106 W. Brandeis Ave. Louisville KY
  • | Reunion, Home Days, Get-Togethers
    - Idea Festival at the Kentucky Center - Stay Curious -

    IdeaFestival 2016
    Festival Pass
    Passes on sale now!
    · Location:
    Kentucky Center, 501 W Main St
    · Date(s)/Time(s):
    Wednesday, September 27th - Friday, September 30, 2016
    · Ages:
    All ages
    · Price:
    $400 || Add Thrivals 8.0 and/or an IF Film Pass for a reduced price!
    · Running Time:



    Founded in 2000, IdeaFestival is a celebration for the intellectually curious. It's an eclectic network of
    global thinkers and one-of-a-kind innovators bound together by an intense curiosity about what is
    impacting and shaping the future of the arts, business, technology, design, science,
    philosophy and education.

    The content of IdeaFestival is as diverse as the network itself.
    Presentations range from discussions about life before life to the existence of parallel
    universes; from global politics to the philosophy of randomness; from disruptive innovation to
    living to be 250 and beyond. In the words of one participant, 'At IdeaFestival,
    seemingly unrelated topics offer surprising relationships and insights.'

    The Festival is
    held every Fall in Louisville, Kentucky at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts,
    a beautiful and historic venue that houses artworks by such 20th century masters as Joan
    Mir, Jean Dubuffet, Louise Nevelson, John Chamberlain and Alexander Calder. The
    setting, thought-provoking sessions and informal tone make IdeaFestival a truly
    unique experience. Those who attend leave the event with interesting new ideas, a better
    sense of connectedness, an expanded network of relationships and lasting inspiration to help create
    change in the world.
    Kentucky Center
    501 West Main Street Louisville KY 40202
    18007757777
  • | NATL - Public Interest, Win, Cash, Lucky, Address, Number
    - On the 30th day of January, March, May, July, September, and November we are giving $30 to 30 Lucky Number winners. Check out TownPlanner.com at Noon Eastern Time for the winning numbers! The first 30 people to claim their address wins $30 each. Over $5,000 given away to Lucky Number winners in 2016.
     
           
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters New Moon phase at 8:11PM, EDT.
     
           

Saturday, October 1st, 2016

  • | 8:00am - | Charity, Fundraiser, 17th Highlands Cup 5K Run/Walk
    - 16th Highlands Cup 5K Run/Walk click for details

    A great way for individuals and families to exercise, be outdoors in the beautitul Highlands-Douglass and Bonnycastle neighborhoods and support Highlands Community Ministries!

    Highlands Cup 5K Run/Walk - Start to Finish Line - Douglass Blvd. Christian Church to scenic Big Rock in Cherokee Park and return.

    A beautiful Highlands path through tree-lined streets and Cherokee Park. Benefits HCM!
    Saturday, October 1, 2016 8am Douglass Blvd. Christian Church
    Douglass Boulevard Christian Church
    2005 Douglass Blvd Louisville KY 40205
    John Chamberlain - Event Coordinator 502.744.9433 jhcham14@gmail.com
  • | 8:00am - 3:00pm | Special Interest
    - On Saturday, glasses will be raised all around the globe as beer lovers take part in this preeminent international toast. We raise our glasses together in celebration of a very special brewery, Cantillon (Brussels, Belgium), and the tradition, passion, innovation and skill that has driven the Cantillon/Van Roy family to create lambics for over 100 years. For the sixth year, Holy Grale is honored to be one of 28 distinguished beer bars in the U.S. and 60 in the world to participate in this incomparable beer event. In the past, we have been lucky to share this very special day with so many like-minded, appreciative, gracious people who share a common love and respect for well-made beer. We can't wait to see many of you again this year!
    Holy Grale,
    1034 Bardstown Road Louisville KY
  • | 8:30am - | Charity, Fundraiser, Pancakes
    - Pancake Breakfast $5 - Douglas Blvd Christian Church  click for details

    A perfect Fall breakfast of Hot and Delicious Pancakes and a benefit for Highlands Community Ministries!

    Saturday, October 1, 2016 8:30a Douglass Blvd. Christian Church Gym
    Douglass Boulevard Christian Church
    2005 Douglass Blvd Louisville KY 40205
    John Chamberlain - Event Coordinator 502.744.9433 jhcham14@gmail.com
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - The 2015 Art Show is September 30 thru October 2, 2016
    Hours: Friday & Saturday 10am -6pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm.

    The 2016 Art Show will be our 60th Anniversary!
    The 2016 Dates are September 30, October 1 & 2.

    The St. James Court Art Show® is a juried fine arts and fine crafts show that hosts an impressive 750 artists from North America. Held in the heart of historic Old Louisville among the country’s largest collection of Victorian homes, the St. James Court Art Show® has for over five decades provided our neighborhood, city and state with a rich cultural and artistic legacy.

    History

    St. James Court Art Show ® was founded on October 12, 1957 by St. James Court Association president, Malcolm Bird. Back in 1957, St James Court Association was faced with an empty treasury, mounting debt for recent fountain repairs, and an immediate need to generate funds. The Art Show seemed to be a perfect means to pay the bills and bring residents together.
    The Art Show started simply enough. “At first, it was to be an art exhibit only, although open to anyone wishing to enter an exhibit. The pictures were hung on a clothesline extending from tree to tree,” wrote Marguerite Gifford in her 1966 history, St. James Court in Retrospect.

    click for details

    St. James Court Art Show®
    P.O. Box 3804 Louisville KY 40201
    St. James Court At Show 502.635.1842 mesrock@stjamescourtartshow.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 click for details
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    APH Museum 502.895.2405 museum@aph.org
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events
    - Founded in 1997, the annual UnFair Art Show is an institution in Old Louisville. Each year, thousands of art lovers come out to mingle among friends and imbibe vast quantities of beer and spirits, all while music and creativity fills the air. All art is local, affordable and ready-to-buy. Traditionally, the UnFair embraces vice and subversiveness. It is an art show, for locals by locals that strives to exemplify Louisville culture during the St. James Court Art Show a block up the street. The eclectic mix of creative minds that participate include a wide variety of styles and techniques.
    Mag Bar,
    1398 S. Second St. Louisville KY
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Special Interest
    - This annual craft fair takes place at the Historic Nunnlea Home, which was built in 1860. The house will have artists in each room as well as on the front porch and in the front yard. The 50 craft artists will be offering a wide variety of quality handmade items including jewelry, gourd art, fiber arts, glass, woodcrafts and pottery. Visitors to the craft fair are also invited to enjoy a special seasonal lunch at the Calico Café located inside the Nunnlea Historic Home. The menu will include a selection of gourmet sandwiches, soups and desserts.
    Nunnlea Historic Home,
    1940 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy KY
  • | 10:00am - 4:30pm | Local Events
    - Join Louisville's Parks and Recreation and partners on guided canoe trips on the Ohio River! This event is designed for individuals and families who are new to canoeing, allowing them to experience the water in safe and stable voyageur canoes, which hold 10 to 15 people. All safety equipment and trained staff are provided. The event is open to anyone ages 3 and older.
    Riverview Park,
    8202 Greenwood Road Louisville KY
  • | 11:00am - 11:00pm | Special Interest
    - Following a 2015 sellout with 50,000 in attendance, Louder Than Life returns to Champions Park near downtown Louisville this weekend for the third annual destination festival celebrating the region’s culture and cuisine! It will feature award-winning bourbons and spirits, Gourmet Man Food, craft beer and some of the biggest names in rock music. Slipknot and Avenged Sevenfold top a mind-blowing music lineup of over 35 bands on three stages, with performances from Disturbed, Korn, Slayer, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Cheap Trick and many, many more. For the full lineup, check out the link below. Tickets are going fast, so get yours today!
    Louisville Champions Park,
    2050 River Road KY
  • | 12:30pm - 5:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Explore the heart of Louisville Parks in a day of yoga, hiking, biking, running and brews. Enjoy fresh-pressed juice from The Weekly Juicery and a bike clinic with the Kentucky Mountain Biking Association. After an active afternoon, head to Great Flood Brewing Company for a couple rounds of free beer and light bites.
    Seneca Park,
    3151 Pewee Reese Road Louisville KY
  • | 4:00pm - 11:00pm | Local Events
    - Join the Germantown Schnitzelburg Business Association in supporting the community and having fun at the Germantown Schnitzelburg Oktoberfest! This neighborhood block party will celebrate the season and its heritage with a stein relay race, a barrel roll contest and an all-you-can-eat frankfurter contest. Throughout it all, your ears will be serenaded with the sweet sounds of Squeezebot and the Uncommon Houseflies, and your taste buds will be tantalized by German style foods. Grab your stein, throw on your lederhosen and join us to roll out the barrel!
    Corner of Goss and Hickory,
    1041 Goss Ave. Louisville KY 40217
  • | 5:00pm - 10:30pm | Kids
    - If scary is no fun for your little ones, then don’t miss the sweetest party in town. Join the Louisville Zoo for an evening of magical Halloween fun for the whole family as storybook scenes come to life with costumed characters and trick-or-treating throughout the Zoo for kids 11 and under. The Zoo invites you to dress up for their merry, not-so-scary Halloween Party and meet your favorite pirates, princesses, superheroes and other storybook characters.
    The Louisville Zoo,
    1100 Trevilian Way Louisville KY
  • | 5:00pm - 9:00pm | Charity, Fundraiser
    - The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk funds treatments that are saving lives of patients today. Come join us at Slugger Field and help us light the night! Join us for this family-friendly evening featuring music, food, Kids Glow Zone and fireworks!
    Slugger Field
    401 E Main St. Louisville KY 40202
  • | 6:30pm - 11:00pm | Special Interest
    - Celebrate film characters of the roaring ‘20s! There will be signature cocktails and bourbon tastings, delicious hor d'oevres, a gourmet dinner, desserts from Cellar Door Chocolates, a photography station, and music and dancing! The dress code is costume or cocktail. Each year, this event raises significant funds in support of the American Lung Association. Contributions help fund cutting-edge medical research, patient services, education and advocacy for public policy in support of the association's mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
    The Gillespie,
    421 W. Market St. Louisville KY
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Scavenger Hunt
    - A new week-long event during the Week in the Highlands

    17th Annual Week in The Highlands click for details

    Highlands Scavenger Hunt

    Oct. 1 - Oct. 9 All Day Participating Locations

    A week-long family friendly event taking hunters on quests into the shops and restaurants on Bardstown Rd., Baxter Ave. and Barret Ave.!
    Hunters can then enter their found "treasures" into a raffle for a chance to win prizes!
    3 prizes: $100, $50 and $25 gift certificates to your favorite participating location!
    Raffle proceeds benefit Highlands Community Ministries!
    Presented by the Highland Commerce Guild.
    More details and participating locations coming soon.

    Merchants on the Bardstown, Baxter, and Barret Ave. corridors are invited to participate.

    During the Week in the Highlands, Oct. 1-9, hunters will search for a unique item in a minimum of 10 participating locations, then enter their completed cards into a raffle for a chance to win 3 prizes!

    Prizes are $100, $50 or $25 gift certificates to the winning hunter's favorite pariticipating location.

    Proceeds from the raffle will benefit Highlands Community Ministries.
     
           
    John Chamberlain - Event Coordinator 502.744.9433 jhcham14@gmail.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
    - 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 - Public Interest
    - October 1-9. Balloon Fiesta Park, Albuquerque, NM. The largest hot-air balloon gathering in the world. Featuring more than 500 hot-air and gas balloons, specialty shaped balloons and more. Includes entries from more than 20 countries. For more information visit click for details
     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Established in 1985 to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. For information visit click for details.
     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Register by Sep 2, 2016.
    For more information visit: click for details
     
           
  • - October 1, 1932 in the fifth inning of game three of the 1932 World Series, with a count of two balls and two strikes, Babe Ruth pointed to the center field bleachers in Chicago's Wrigley Field and followed up by hitting a soaring home run high above the very spot to which he had just gestured. Did he really call his shot? Some Disagree, some eyewitnesses and Cubs pitcher Charlie Root believe he did not. Even Babe Ruth's Daughter said that he denied it, but Babe himself also claimed he did it.
     
           

Sunday, October 2nd, 2016

  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - The 2015 Art Show is September 30 thru October 2, 2016
    Hours: Friday & Saturday 10am -6pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm.

    The 2016 Art Show will be our 60th Anniversary!
    The 2016 Dates are September 30, October 1 & 2.

    The St. James Court Art Show® is a juried fine arts and fine crafts show that hosts an impressive 750 artists from North America. Held in the heart of historic Old Louisville among the country’s largest collection of Victorian homes, the St. James Court Art Show® has for over five decades provided our neighborhood, city and state with a rich cultural and artistic legacy.

    History

    St. James Court Art Show ® was founded on October 12, 1957 by St. James Court Association president, Malcolm Bird. Back in 1957, St James Court Association was faced with an empty treasury, mounting debt for recent fountain repairs, and an immediate need to generate funds. The Art Show seemed to be a perfect means to pay the bills and bring residents together.
    The Art Show started simply enough. “At first, it was to be an art exhibit only, although open to anyone wishing to enter an exhibit. The pictures were hung on a clothesline extending from tree to tree,” wrote Marguerite Gifford in her 1966 history, St. James Court in Retrospect.

    click for details

    St. James Court Art Show®
    P.O. Box 3804 Louisville KY 40201
    St. James Court At Show 502.635.1842 mesrock@stjamescourtartshow.com
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events
    - Founded in 1997, the annual UnFair Art Show is an institution in Old Louisville. Each year, thousands of art lovers come out to mingle among friends and imbibe vast quantities of beer and spirits, all while music and creativity fills the air. All art is local, affordable and ready-to-buy. Traditionally, the UnFair embraces vice and subversiveness. It is an art show, for locals by locals that strives to exemplify Louisville culture during the St. James Court Art Show a block up the street. The eclectic mix of creative minds that participate include a wide variety of styles and techniques.
    Mag Bar,
    1398 S. Second St. Louisville KY
  • | 11:00am - 11:00pm | Special Interest
    - Following a 2015 sellout with 50,000 in attendance, Louder Than Life returns to Champions Park near downtown Louisville this weekend for the third annual destination festival celebrating the region’s culture and cuisine! It will feature award-winning bourbons and spirits, Gourmet Man Food, craft beer and some of the biggest names in rock music. Slipknot and Avenged Sevenfold top a mind-blowing music lineup of over 35 bands on three stages, with performances from Disturbed, Korn, Slayer, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Cheap Trick and many, many more. For the full lineup, check out the link below. Tickets are going fast, so get yours today!
    Louisville Champions Park,
    2050 River Road KY
  • | 2:00pm - 7:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, 15th Big Rock Jazz & Blues Fest
    - 15th Big Rock Jazz & Blues Fest - FREE click for details

    Live Jazz & Blues at Big Rock & Beargrass Creek in Cherokee Park!

    Benefits the Olmsted Park Conservancy.

    Event Date: October 2, 2016

    Event Time: 2:00-7:00 PM

    Location: Big Rock Area of Cherokee Park
    Park Boundary Road and Valletta Lane
    Parking at Adath Jeshurun (2401 Woodbourne Ave) with Free Shuttle!

    Plan to bring a picnic blanket or a chair and plan to spend the afternoon
    enjoying this free outdoor concert!

    Great excitement brewing for the 2015 Fest!

    You can support this free community event, SUPPORT NOW or call Liz DeHart at 456-8125.

    We will announce the line-up for the 2015 Fest soon!

    Don’t forget to “like” the Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest Facebook page to keep up with the latest news about the festival.
    Cherokee Park
    See Event Description Louisville KY
    John Chamberlain - Event Coordinator 502.744.9433
  • | 5:00pm - 10:30pm | Kids
    - If scary is no fun for your little ones, then don’t miss the sweetest party in town. Join the Louisville Zoo for an evening of magical Halloween fun for the whole family as storybook scenes come to life with costumed characters and trick-or-treating throughout the Zoo for kids 11 and under. The Zoo invites you to dress up for their merry, not-so-scary Halloween Party and meet your favorite pirates, princesses, superheroes and other storybook characters.
    The Louisville Zoo,
    1100 Trevilian Way Louisville KY
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Scavenger Hunt
    - A new week-long event during the Week in the Highlands

    17th Annual Week in The Highlands click for details

    Highlands Scavenger Hunt

    Oct. 1 - Oct. 9 All Day Participating Locations

    A week-long family friendly event taking hunters on quests into the shops and restaurants on Bardstown Rd., Baxter Ave. and Barret Ave.!
    Hunters can then enter their found "treasures" into a raffle for a chance to win prizes!
    3 prizes: $100, $50 and $25 gift certificates to your favorite participating location!
    Raffle proceeds benefit Highlands Community Ministries!
    Presented by the Highland Commerce Guild.
    More details and participating locations coming soon.

    Merchants on the Bardstown, Baxter, and Barret Ave. corridors are invited to participate.

    During the Week in the Highlands, Oct. 1-9, hunters will search for a unique item in a minimum of 10 participating locations, then enter their completed cards into a raffle for a chance to win 3 prizes!

    Prizes are $100, $50 or $25 gift certificates to the winning hunter's favorite pariticipating location.

    Proceeds from the raffle will benefit Highlands Community Ministries.
     
           
    John Chamberlain - Event Coordinator 502.744.9433 jhcham14@gmail.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!




     
           

Monday, October 3rd, 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 click for details

    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 click for details
    American Printing House for the Blind
    1839 Frankfort Ave Louisville KY 40206
    Rob Guillen 502.895.2405 rguillen@aph.org
  • | 5:00pm - 10:30pm | Kids
    - If scary is no fun for your little ones, then don’t miss the sweetest party in town. Join the Louisville Zoo for an evening of magical Halloween fun for the whole family as storybook scenes come to life with costumed characters and trick-or-treating throughout the Zoo for kids 11 and under. The Zoo invites you to dress up for their merry, not-so-scary Halloween Party and meet your favorite pirates, princesses, superheroes and other storybook characters.
    The Louisville Zoo,
    1100 Trevilian Way Louisville KY
  • | 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
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Scavenger Hunt
    - A new week-long event during the Week in the Highlands

    17th Annual Week in The Highlands click for details

    Highlands Scavenger Hunt

    Oct. 1 - Oct. 9 All Day Participating Locations

    A week-long family friendly event taking hunters on quests into the shops and restaurants on Bardstown Rd., Baxter Ave. and Barret Ave.!
    Hunters can then enter their found "treasures" into a raffle for a chance to win prizes!
    3 prizes: $100, $50 and $25 gift certificates to your favorite participating location!
    Raffle proceeds benefit Highlands Community Ministries!
    Presented by the Highland Commerce Guild.
    More details and participating locations coming soon.

    Merchants on the Bardstown, Baxter, and Barret Ave. corridors are invited to participate.

    During the Week in the Highlands, Oct. 1-9, hunters will search for a unique item in a minimum of 10 participating locations, then enter their completed cards into a raffle for a chance to win 3 prizes!

    Prizes are $100, $50 or $25 gift certificates to the winning hunter's favorite pariticipating location.

    Proceeds from the raffle will benefit Highlands Community Ministries.
     
           
    John Chamberlain - Event Coordinator 502.744.9433 jhcham14@gmail.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!




     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Child Health Day in the United States raises people’s awareness of how they can protect and develop children’s health. This event is annually celebrated on the first Monday of October.
     
           
  • | NATL - Religious
    - Jewish holy day observed on 2 consecutive days. Beginning of 10 days of repentance and spiritual renewal.
     
           
  • - Go Blue! Kids and Adults wear a blue shirt this day to show solidarity against bullying and cyber-bullying. Annually, the first Monday in October. For further information check out click for details.
     
           

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