Today is July 25, 2017
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Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

  • | 1:05pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - First pitch at 1:05PM!

    Go Bats!!!
    NBT Bank Stadium
    1 Tex Simone Dr, Syracuse NY 13208
  • | 6:30pm - 8:30pm | Local Events, Food, Wine
    - The Brown Hotel’s four-star English Grill and Lede Family Wines are partnering for an evening of exquisite wine and cuisine Tuesday, July 25 at 6:30 p.m. The dinner will feature four-courses, curated by the Brown Hotel’s new chef de cuisine Dustin Willett, expertly paired with wines from the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley, Anderson Valley and Sonoma Coast. Special guest Jason Lede, son of the winery’s owner Cliff Lede, will speak with diners about the evening’s selected wines. Cost for the dinner is $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For more information or to make reservations, please call 502-583-1234. For more information, visit brownhotel.com.
    The Brown Hotel - English Grill
    335 West Broadway Louisville KY 40202
    502.209.7346 info@brownhotel.com
  • | Local Events, art, glass, glassart, artglass, Hunger Games, glassblowing
    - Inspired by themes from the "Hunger Games," Flame Run will be featuring work by artists throughout the nation in their summer exhibition.

    "We were thrilled to hear that the Frazier Museum is hosting "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" and wanted to show support with an exhibit of our own." said gallery director, Tiffany Ackerman.
    She also suggested, "In many ways, the themes from the Hunger Games can be related to life as an artist. You hope to gain patrons and popularity to help you on your path, and success is not granted to all. In the world of art, and specifically with reference to the temperamental nature of hot glass, may the odds be ever in your favor."

    Featured artists include: Steve Ciezki, Mike da Ponte, Whitney Olsen, Paul Nelson, DH McNabb, Brook F. White, Jr., Rachel Erickson, Tiffany Ackerman & Casey Krueger, Luke Jacomb, and Nicole Stahl.
    An opening reception and demonstration is scheduled for Friday, June 2 at 5pm. The show runs through August 26th.

    {Accompanying image of "Fig. Number 1" by Mike da Pont}

    About Flame Run
    Flame Run, owned by Brook Forrest White, Jr. of Louisville, is located
    at 815 W. Market Street, just steps away from the Louisville Slugger Museum,
    the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, and the Louisville Science Center.

    Flame Run at Glassworks showcases contemporary and original glass creations.
    It also includes a working glass-blowing hot shop, welding shop, gift shop,
    gallery, and offers classes for beginning glass artists.

    Hours are: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment.

    Call (502) 584-5353 for more information or visit our website:
    click for details
    Flame Run Gallery
    815 West Market Street Louisville KY 40202
    Gallery Staff 502.584.5353 gallery@flamerun.com

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

  • | 12:00pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - First pitch at 12:00PM!

    Go Bats!!!
    NBT Bank Stadium
    1 Tex Simone Dr, Syracuse NY 13208
  • | 3:00pm - 5:00pm | Business, Chamber, Networking, small business, business workshop, business planning. business owner class
    - Business owners, wouldn't you like to learn how to build your business so that you can easily sell it when you're ready to retire?

    Join us for this 2 hour seminar and learn:
    -How to work ON your business instead of IN your business
    -Which systems you need to make your business run like a well-oiled machine
    -The steps to create each system
    -How to leverage time and maximize efficiency and profits
    -How to recruit, educate, and retain exceptional employees

    This is a free event, but please register on our Eventbrite page: click for details
    ActionCOACH Louisville
    800 Lily Creek Road, Suite 201 Louisville KY 40243
    Liz McNulty 502.657.5798 lizmcnulty@actioncoach.com
  • | 5:45pm - 9:30pm | Local Events, food, tours, tour, food tour, culinary, restaurant, bourbon, cocktail
    - Join Mint Julep Tours for themed progressive dinners inspired by the South’s most famous suppers. Hop around the city’s best restaurants for a spirited food tour with three expertly-crafted dishes from top chefs during this summer’s Southern Supper Series. Each month, three new stops and three new chefs will plate their take on a classic for the innovative Urban Adventures. The first three exclusive dinners will center around fried chicken (July), biscuits (August) and pickles (September). The cost is $119 per person and includes three dishes with paired cocktails, guided transportation, and tax and restaurant gratuity at each venue. For more information or to make reservations, visit mintjuleptours.com/culinary-tours or call 502-583-1433.

    Chicken Fried
    Wednesday, July 26 from 5:45 to 9:30 p.m.
    Stops: Silver Dollar, Rye and River House
    Fried chicken is a Kentucky staple. You’ll meet at Silver Dollar for chef James Lucas’ appetizer version of the classic dish, then head to Rye for chef Zach Chancey’s creative twist, and River House for chef John Varanese’s dessert, each paired with a cocktail.

    All tours start and end at first listed restaurant. Additional alcohol may be purchased by guests at each stop. Adult beverages are also permitted on the Mint Julep Tours vehicle. Guests may be required to show ID. Mint Julep Tours encourages guests to drink responsibly.
    Silver Dollar
    1761 Frankfort Ave. Louisville KY 40206
    Mint Julep Tours 502.583.1433 info@mintjuleptours.com
  • | 7:00pm - 8:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Mile Wide Beer Co. hosts a tour with author Kevin Gibson through Louisville's brewing history and into the current craft beer scene.
    Mile Wide Beer Co
    636 Barret Ave Louisville KY 40204
    Master It 502.709.9022 askmasterit@gmail.com
  • | Local Events, art, glass, glassart, artglass, Hunger Games, glassblowing
    - Inspired by themes from the "Hunger Games," Flame Run will be featuring work by artists throughout the nation in their summer exhibition.

    "We were thrilled to hear that the Frazier Museum is hosting "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" and wanted to show support with an exhibit of our own." said gallery director, Tiffany Ackerman.
    She also suggested, "In many ways, the themes from the Hunger Games can be related to life as an artist. You hope to gain patrons and popularity to help you on your path, and success is not granted to all. In the world of art, and specifically with reference to the temperamental nature of hot glass, may the odds be ever in your favor."

    Featured artists include: Steve Ciezki, Mike da Ponte, Whitney Olsen, Paul Nelson, DH McNabb, Brook F. White, Jr., Rachel Erickson, Tiffany Ackerman & Casey Krueger, Luke Jacomb, and Nicole Stahl.
    An opening reception and demonstration is scheduled for Friday, June 2 at 5pm. The show runs through August 26th.

    {Accompanying image of "Fig. Number 1" by Mike da Pont}

    About Flame Run
    Flame Run, owned by Brook Forrest White, Jr. of Louisville, is located
    at 815 W. Market Street, just steps away from the Louisville Slugger Museum,
    the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, and the Louisville Science Center.

    Flame Run at Glassworks showcases contemporary and original glass creations.
    It also includes a working glass-blowing hot shop, welding shop, gift shop,
    gallery, and offers classes for beginning glass artists.

    Hours are: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment.

    Call (502) 584-5353 for more information or visit our website:
    click for details
    Flame Run Gallery
    815 West Market Street Louisville KY 40202
    Gallery Staff 502.584.5353 gallery@flamerun.com
  • | 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.
     
           

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

  • | 1:00pm - 2:00pm | Local Events
    - Restorative yoga is a gentle practice that will lead you deep into relaxation; cultivating a space within that allows stress & tension to melt away; allowing yourself to be rather than do. Inviting your body to release tension, tightness, & stress will encourage healing to happen. This practice helps to activate & balance the parasympathetic nervous system which helps reduce fatigue, anxiety & stress, lowers blood pressure & heart rate, loosens up joints, & promotes overall well-being.

    ​All restorative poses are done seated or lying down, with the support of props.
    Restorative yoga is great for all people, especially those looking for rest, relaxation, nourishment, and self-care.

    This is called a ‘playshop’ because there is no work & it all feels really good!
    Your Yoga
    3026 Bardstown Road Louisville KY 40205
    Master It 502.709.9022 askmasterit@gmail.com
  • | 5:05pm - 7:00pm | Business, Chamber, Networking
    - 5:05 After Hours Networking events offer members and prospective members alike the chance to meet colleagues representing products and services in an engaging, unique atmosphere. Each chamber host present to their guests an opportunity to converse with dozens of business community members in a manner befitting what they themselves have to offer as a company, making each and every monthly event distinctive. Thoughtfully detailed venues, inspired fare, delicious drinks, non-profit donation opportunities, door prizes, and of course contacts galore await you! Register for these effective events online in the Chamber Calendar.
    Usually held every month on the last Thursday, these events have grown in popularity every year. Any Chamber member can host a 5:05 After Hours Networking event at their place of business. Requirements for hosting these events include: taking responsibility for providing appetizers, beverages, door prizes (if desired), etc., and providing the space for the event.
    Señor Iguanas
    4000 Dutchmans Lane, Louisville KY 40207
  • | 6:35pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - First pitch at 6:35PM!

    Go Bats!!!
    NBT Bank Stadium
    1 Tex Simone Dr, Syracuse NY 13208
  • | 8:00pm - 10:00pm | Sports and Recreation, 5K, Kosair Charities, Louisville
    - This annual 5K started in the summer of 2009 and now benefits Kosair Charities. The race begins and ends in Bethel St. Paul’s parking lot (4000 Shelbyville Road), with an awards ceremony immediately following the race. After the awards, there will be a free cookout for all race participants at Saints Pizza and Pub.
    Registration fee includes entry to the race, free cookout at Saints, and a free race t-shirt.

    Prices
    $30 Registration through July 21st (Mail-in or Online)
    $35 Day-of Registration
    *5pm at Bethel St. Paul Parking Lot
    Bethel St. Paul Church
    4004 Shelbyville Road Louisville KY 40207
    Marki Hartlage 502.637.7696 mhartlage@kosair.org
  • | Local Events, art, glass, glassart, artglass, Hunger Games, glassblowing
    - Inspired by themes from the "Hunger Games," Flame Run will be featuring work by artists throughout the nation in their summer exhibition.

    "We were thrilled to hear that the Frazier Museum is hosting "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" and wanted to show support with an exhibit of our own." said gallery director, Tiffany Ackerman.
    She also suggested, "In many ways, the themes from the Hunger Games can be related to life as an artist. You hope to gain patrons and popularity to help you on your path, and success is not granted to all. In the world of art, and specifically with reference to the temperamental nature of hot glass, may the odds be ever in your favor."

    Featured artists include: Steve Ciezki, Mike da Ponte, Whitney Olsen, Paul Nelson, DH McNabb, Brook F. White, Jr., Rachel Erickson, Tiffany Ackerman & Casey Krueger, Luke Jacomb, and Nicole Stahl.
    An opening reception and demonstration is scheduled for Friday, June 2 at 5pm. The show runs through August 26th.

    {Accompanying image of "Fig. Number 1" by Mike da Pont}

    About Flame Run
    Flame Run, owned by Brook Forrest White, Jr. of Louisville, is located
    at 815 W. Market Street, just steps away from the Louisville Slugger Museum,
    the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, and the Louisville Science Center.

    Flame Run at Glassworks showcases contemporary and original glass creations.
    It also includes a working glass-blowing hot shop, welding shop, gift shop,
    gallery, and offers classes for beginning glass artists.

    Hours are: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment.

    Call (502) 584-5353 for more information or visit our website:
    click for details
    Flame Run Gallery
    815 West Market Street Louisville KY 40202
    Gallery Staff 502.584.5353 gallery@flamerun.com
  • - 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.
     
           

Friday, July 28th, 2017

  • | 8:30am - 10:30am | Business, Chamber, Networking, small business, business workshop, business training, business owner class
    - Do you want to know how to build systems into your business so you can stop working IN your business and build a business that works for you?

    On Friday, July 28, we're running a workshop called, "Systemize Your Business for Growth" ...and by the time you leave our office, you'll have a road map to build the systems you need to make your business run like a well-oiled machine.

    We'll also be handing over the tools we use with our own clients, to make it simple.

    If you're looking to reduce the chaos, and would rather build a business that you can enjoy, join us and learn:

    -Which systems you need to make your business run like a well-oiled machine, and the 5 simple steps to create them.

    -How to gain massive leverage in your business, to help you accomplish more in less time.

    -Tools for recruiting, training, and creating a team that drives your business smoothly, even when you're not there to make the wheels turn.

    -Plus, how to make sure your staff has the tools to do things right - consistently!

    The workshop is free, but we ask that you please register on our Eventbrite page: click for details

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    About the presenter...

    Presenter Mark McNulty has been coaching business owners since 2004. A prolific business writer and speaker, with hundreds of published articles and nearly as many workshops and seminars conducted, Mark’s specialties are financials, systems, and team development. Mark’s philosophy is that "Your business should support your life, not the other way around."
    ActionCOACH Louisville
    800 Lily Creek Road, Suite 201 Louisville KY 40243
    Liz McNulty 502.657.5798 lizmcnulty@actioncoach.com
  • | 7:05pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - First pitch at 7:05PM!

    Go Bats!!!
    Coca-Cola Field
    275 Washington Street, Buffalo NY 14203
  • | Local Events, art, glass, glassart, artglass, Hunger Games, glassblowing
    - Inspired by themes from the "Hunger Games," Flame Run will be featuring work by artists throughout the nation in their summer exhibition.

    "We were thrilled to hear that the Frazier Museum is hosting "The Hunger Games: The Exhibition" and wanted to show support with an exhibit of our own." said gallery director, Tiffany Ackerman.
    She also suggested, "In many ways, the themes from the Hunger Games can be related to life as an artist. You hope to gain patrons and popularity to help you on your path, and success is not granted to all. In the world of art, and specifically with reference to the temperamental nature of hot glass, may the odds be ever in your favor."

    Featured artists include: Steve Ciezki, Mike da Ponte, Whitney Olsen, Paul Nelson, DH McNabb, Brook F. White, Jr., Rachel Erickson, Tiffany Ackerman & Casey Krueger, Luke Jacomb, and Nicole Stahl.
    An opening reception and demonstration is scheduled for Friday, June 2 at 5pm. The show runs through August 26th.

    {Accompanying image of "Fig. Number 1" by Mike da Pont}

    About Flame Run
    Flame Run, owned by Brook Forrest White, Jr. of Louisville, is located
    at 815 W. Market Street, just steps away from the Louisville Slugger Museum,
    the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, and the Louisville Science Center.

    Flame Run at Glassworks showcases contemporary and original glass creations.
    It also includes a working glass-blowing hot shop, welding shop, gift shop,
    gallery, and offers classes for beginning glass artists.

    Hours are: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment.

    Call (502) 584-5353 for more information or visit our website:
    click for details
    Flame Run Gallery
    815 West Market Street Louisville KY 40202
    Gallery Staff 502.584.5353 gallery@flamerun.com
  • | NATL - Historical
    - This war is also known as the First World War or the Great War. It was a global war originating in Europe that began on July 28th,1914 and lasted until November 11th,1918. The assignation of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife by a Serbian nationalist is what provoked this war. Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, which was the formal beginning of the war.
     
           

Saturday, July 29th, 2017

  • | 10:00am - 2:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Fair, Crafts, Art, Artists, Food, Treats
    - Purchase everything from tasty treats of the human and canine variety, hand-made jewelry or paintings at the first Louisville Open Air Market at Sullivan University. Dozens of local artists and craftsmen including prints from No Cents LLC, produce from Spade and Table farm and frozen treats for dogs from Dog Hill Pawps will be selling their goods July 29 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. between The Bakery at Sullivan University and the College of Pharmacy, 2100 Gardiner Lane. Sullivan University plans to host similar events throughout the year. For more information visit the Louisville Open Air Fair Facebook event page.
    Sullivan University's College of Pharmacy
    2100 Gardiner Lane Louisville KY 40205
  • | 11:00am - 12:00pm | Local Events
    - Want to finally learn how to match your drapes with your couch in a modern and sophisticated way? How about learning the most up-to-date design techniques to spruce up your house? From modern to rustic designs, this class gives you tips and tricks on making your house look completely new!
    The Park
    1229 S Shelby Street Louisville KY 40203
    Master It 502.709.9022 askmasterit@gmail.com
  • | 12:30pm - 5:00pm | Local Events
    - If you want your spiritual life to feel more creative and active, then this is the workshop for you. In this class, Leigh Ann will teach you easy, practical ways to align your energy to what you want to manifest in your life in the areas of health, money, love and spirituality.

    1230 Liberty Ln, Suite 210 Louisville KY 40222
    Master It 502.709.9022 askmasterit@gmail.com
  • | 7:05pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - First pitch at 7:05PM!

    Go Bats!!!
    Coca-Cola Field
    275 Washington Street, Buffalo NY 14203
  • - HOME GAME

    Starts at 7:30PM.

    Slugger Field
    401 E Main St. Louisville KY 40202
  • | 9:00pm - 11:00pm | Special Interest, Bernheim at Night, big prairie, Cedar Pond, Holly pond. quarter moon, night hike,
    - Quarter Moon Hike
    July 29 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    This Bernheim at Night program provides ample opportunities to celebrate the heavens and the earth. Quarter Moon Hikes include a trek through Bernheim’s holly collection, around Cedar and Holly Ponds to the Earth Measure sculpture, and into the Big Prairie. Join us as we marvel at the moon, ponder distant planets, and explore creatures and features on our portion of planet Earth.

    Bernheim Members $10; Non – Members $12

    Registration and payment due by 4 p.m. the day prior to the program by calling (502) 955- 8512. Space is limited. No pets allowed. Ages 8 and up only. Dress for the weather; even in the summer, the evening breeze can be chilly
    Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
    2499 Clermont Rd Clermont KY 40110
    502.955.8512 nature@bernheim.org

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