|Jun 13 2019||
Hamilton Fest celebrates the spirit of the Revolution at Locust Grove this weekend
|Jun 11 2019||
Family Farm & Forage Day to be held Saturday, June 15 at Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing
A fun – and free – family event will take place on the banks of the Ohio River in southwest Louisville on Saturday, June 15th as Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing hosts “Family Farm and Forage Day” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
|Jun 10 2019||
Mayor Fischer, 100 Resilient Cities release comprehensive Louisville Resilience Strategy
Mayor Greg Fischer and The Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) today released Louisville’s first citywide Resilience Strategy, a new approach to address the city’s most pressing and interconnected challenges.
|May 29 2019||
This June, Locust Grove celebrates Hamilton and the American Revolution
|May 22 2019||
Sign up for the Junior Falls Cities Championship
In its 75th year, The Junior Falls Cities is among the longest standing and most historical junior golf tournaments in the United States.
|May 16 2019||
Council members Fox and Fowler encourage everyone to come out and enjoy great music at the 15th Annual Forest Fest
There are few places in Metro Louisville where you will find scenic beauty and hear great Bluegrass Music. In the springtime, the best place to find both is at the Jefferson Memorial Forest.
On Saturday, May 18th Council members Mark Fox (D-13) and Cindi Fowler (D-14) proudly present the 15th Annual Forest Fest.
|May 16 2019||
Louisville unveils “Love in the Street” art installation, announces national arts grant award
Mayor Greg Fischer today joined community partners for two arts announcements: the awarding of a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the completion of the “Love in the Street” public art installation.
|May 15 2019||
Join us in Old Louisville’s Central Park May 29-August 4, 2019 for the 59th season of your free Kentucky Shakespeare Festival
The season features 7 different productions – a comedy, history, and tragedy in our main stage series plus productions from guest companies and our Globe Players high school student troupe. Food trucks open at 6:30pm, bar opens at 7:00pm, pre-show at 7:15pm, and show starts at 8:00pm. Perfect for the whole family – including adults, children, and pets. As always, performances are free and no tickets are required for entry.
|May 13 2019||
City seeks community input for Bowman Field area plan
Louisville Metro Government, through the Office of Advanced Planning, has begun the process of creating a neighborhood plan for the Bowman Field area.
|May 2 2019||
Locust Grove is in bloom this May with Gardeners’ Fair, a Mother’s Day Tea, and Presidential History
24th Annual Gardeners' Fair
Get back to Locust Grove’s roots at the Gardeners’ Fair! Over 40 vendors and demonstrators will showcase gorgeous plants and flowers, delicious herbs, hardy perennials and garden art and tools for your own green spaces. Bid on items in the Silent Auction in the Visitors' Center, enjoy music on the grounds, and grab a bite to eat from a food truck.
|Apr 22 2019||
Check Your Blind Spots national tour unites Louisville in addressing diversity & inclusion issues, April 22 - 26
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced the city will welcome the CEO Action Check Your Blind Spots unconscious bias tour Monday, April 22 – Friday, April 26, 2019. The national bus tour is made possible by CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, the largest CEO-driven business commitment to improve diversity and inclusion within the workplace in the country.
|Apr 15 2019||
The American Revolution Returns to Locust Grove Spring Encampment focuses on the daily life of the troops
|Apr 9 2019||
Annual Plant and Herb Sale, April 12 & 13, at Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing
Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing will celebrate the return of spring with its annual Plant and Herb Sale with an Early Bird Sale on Friday, April 12 from 3-7 PM and on Saturday, April 13 from 8AM-4PM.
|Apr 4 2019||
59th Annual Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in Central Park Featuring As You Like It, Henry IV Part II, and King Lear
Kentucky Shakespeare kicks off its 59th annual free Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in Central Park with a comedy, a history, and a tragedy. The season begins with their professional productions of As You Like It May 29th, then Henry IV, Part II June 13th, followed by King Lear on June 27th. July 9th-21st all three performances will be presented in repertory.
|Apr 3 2019||
Iroquois Amphitheater season highlighted by national musical acts, local productions