Mother-daughter fitness experts Liz Hilliard and Clary Hilliard Gray are bringing their cutting-edge workout to South Charlotte on June 1, with the first class at 5:30 a.m. HSM | Core mixes Lagree Fitness with Hilliard Studio Method on state-of-the-art machine called the megaformer M3S to target core muscles, burn fat and improve the health of
Kick off your summer with a bang when country music stars Eli Young Band hit the stage at the Mercury Ballroom on Thursday, June 22. Tickets start at $25.
Five chefs, five pigs, five winemakers make for an unimaginable tasty event. Cochon555 is an epic culinary experience centered on 1500 pounds of heritage breed pork. Attendees will feast on dozens of chef-crafted tastings and sip on more than 40 types of boutique wines, craft cocktails and artisanal brews. A portion of all sales will benefit
Celebrate the Fourth with music, fireworks and family fun. There will be free concerts from Mojoflo, Dr. Dundiff & Otis Jr., Jenna Dean, Afrophysicists and DJ Kaos. Fireworks will be set off and attendees can enjoy upscale festival cuisine, Coors Light Beer Garden and an Old Forester Bourbon Bar.
For 11 weeks in the summer (through August 13), Kentucky Shakespeare presents Shakespeare in the Park. All shows are free to the public, with the pre-show starting at 7:15 p.m. and the production starts at 8 p.m. These theatrical performances run all summer long in Central Park in Old Louisville. They will present the following plays:
The Conrad-Caldwell house Museum will host a chic, pop-up picnic on the lawn of the 130-year old mansion. Partygoers, dressed all in white, are invited to bring a picnic supper to enjoy while they listen to live jazz music. There will be awards for Best Dressed in White and Best Decorated Table. The event will
Mint Julep Tours will offer a one-of-a-kind experience to see the 2017 total solar eclipse Aug. 21. Solar Eclipse & Bourbon Sips ventures to Hopkinsville, Kentucky for an unmatched viewing opportunity for the first total solar eclipse in nearly four decades. The trip includes comfortable transportation from Louisville to MB Roland Distillery for a tour
June 17, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Learn about Louis Braille’s tactile alphabet and practice writing on a braille slate and a braillewriter. Advanced students will learn more about braille contractions and whole word signs, as well as how to write music and do math with braille. Participants may attend one session, or both! Best for adults
On June 29, The Forecastle Foundation will debut their concert series, Cocktails & Conservation, with the Louisville Orchestra’s own Teddy Abrams as he previews his Forecastle Festival set: Teddy Abrams and Friends. Those who know and love the Forecastle Festival’s giant art wall, will be thrilled to learn that resident artist, Petersen Thomas, will be painting
More Shakespeare performances will be held July 22 at the Bard-a-Thon. Enjoy three Shakespeare classics, including “Richard II,” “Much Ado About Nothing” and “Julius Caesar,” all in one day. The event will have food trucks and activities starting at 3 p.m. This event is free and is put on by the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival. All
Two-time winner of the Best Bluegrass Band South of Goose Creek, the Porch Possums play all kinds of music, but generally work around bluegrass, folk, blues and gospel. Throughout the evening, Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation will be collecting donations to stock their Secret Santa Shop for kids and their parents. Everyone who donates from the
Kudmani is Louisville’s premiere show band that is a three-time winner of Knot and Wedding Wire’s band of the year award. Family Scholar House will be holding their annual backpack drive to help send their 215 families back to school with everything they need. Attendees are encouraged to bring backpacks, pens, pencils and other school