Councilwoman Chambers Armstrong invites everyone to enjoy Neighborhood Nights on Wednesday, June 16th
Louisville – Bardstown Road is ready to roll out the welcome mat and let the community know it is open for business with a new series of events called Neighborhood Nights.
Neighborhood Nights is a free community event along the Bardstown Road corridor to be held the third Wednesday of every month through November. The first Neighborhood Night will be Wednesday, June 16th from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
“I'm delighted to support this Neighborhood Nights series and this opportunity to rebuild our sense of community in the Highlands as we recover and reopen from pandemic restrictions,” says Councilwoman Cassie Chambers Armstrong (D-8). “It will be a great event for the whole family to support the outstanding local businesses that give the Bardstown Rd. corridor its character.”
This new event will provide free trolley rides along Bardstown Road where you can listen to street musicians as you shop at fabulous local Highlands businesses and grab a bite to eat at in one of many diverse restaurants.
It is sponsored by Council Member Chambers Armstrong, the District 8 Advisory Board, Highlands Commerce Guild, and several adjoining neighborhood associations, including Belknap Neighborhood Association, Bonnycastle Homestead Association, Cherokee Triangle Association, Deer Park Neighborhood Association, Highlands-Douglass Neighborhood Association, Original Highlands Association, and Tyler Park Neighborhood Association.
Norton Healthcare is also partnering for a pop-up vaccine clinic that afternoon at the Douglass Boulevard Christian Church, 2905 Douglass Blvd. from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. First dose of Pfizer vaccines will be offered to individuals 12 and up. Appointments available but walk-ins are also welcome. Children under 18 must have a parent or guardian present to consent.
For more information, contact Councilwoman Armstrong’s office at 502-574-1108.