There’s lots to love in Louisville in February (not counting Valentine’s Day). Here are THE events in Louisville you don’t want to miss this February.
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Treat your valentine to a romantic, three-course table d’hôte menu at Proof on Main for Valentine’s Day this year. Chef Mike Wajda’s southern-inspired dishes and delicious desserts will have your sweetie swooning. The special menu will be available Saturday, February 13 from 5:30-11 p.m and Sunday, February 14 from 5:30-10 p.m. To make your reservations,
Need plans for Valentine’s Day? Do something aside from the traditional dinner date. Take your sweetie on a romantic candlelight Hike at Jefferson Memorial Forest. The hike ends upon arriving at the Forest’s Manor House, where participants will be greeted by a fire, hot beverages and hors d’oeuvres. You must pre-register for this event by
Garage Bar invites singles and couples alike to venture out this Valentine’s Day weekend and profess their love, not only to each other, but to beer and food. On Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14, Garage Bar will offer special three-course menu items paired with libations from <oody Tongue Brewing Company. All three courses along
Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14, Varanese Restaurant will be offering a special Valentine’s Day treat with their “A Taste of Love Aphrodisiac Dinner”. The dinner will include a special menu comprised of aphrodisiac ingredients designed to stimulate the appetite and inspire the heart. The regular menu will also be available. To reserve your
The popular play, based on a novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, is coming to life at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville. Rick Elice clues us all in on how Peter Pan got his name and how he met Tinkerbell. Let your imagination run wild during this 2 hour 15 minute prequel to Peter Pan. Tickets
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts is taking us back in time to World War II. This new multimedia oral history combines taped interviews with Holocaust survivors with theatrical recreations of their lives during the war. Tickets start at $15 and show times vary by day. For more information and to purchase your tickets,
The temperatures are about to start warming up, which means it’s time to start thinking about our outdoor patio furniture. Monday, February 8, through Sunday, February 21, Digs is hosting their Preseason Sale. Take up to 60% off outdoor retail furniture, 30% off indoor furniture and accessories and an extra 10% off any special orders.
The Fashion Post is holding their annual Basics Sale on Thursday, February 11 through Saturday, February 20. This is the one of the only two times a year items like navy blazers, dress shirts and dress pants go on sale. Stop in to the store to check out what’s on sale or order by phone
In the spirit of patriotism and celebrating President’s Day, B.You is having a huge sale. Their 10-class package is only $100 and for every $100 you spend in the b.boutique, you get an extra class added on to the deal! The b.boutique is 15% off regular priced items and 25% off for VIBS. Plus additional
Listen up you Daddys and Dames, put on your best roaring 20s’ pearls and suspenders and head out to the Frazier History Museum on Thursday, February 18 for their Old Forester Speakeasy Series from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. The best dressed guest will win a $200 Gift Certificate to Jeff Ruby’s. There will be
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