Summer is not technically over, so don’t stop enjoying the weather in September! Here are 19 great Louisville events to enjoy this month.
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Toward the end of summer, chefs across Kentucky preserve the produce of the season by pickling. 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.
Miss Nelson’s class is the worst behaved in the whole school. Spitballs flying across the room, paper airplanes sailing every which way and uncontrollable kids send the gentle, long-suffering teacher, Miss Nelson, over the edge. However, the students of Room 207 are in for a surprise when Miss Nelson goes missing and is replaced by
Brought to you by Fourth St. Live and the city of Louisville, Strassenfest is an event not to be missed! This free-of-charge and fun for the whole family event features the band, PROST, Misty Mountain String Band, Zinzinnati Bierband, German food and street entertainment from CirqueLouis. Come out Friday, September 22 from 5 p.m. –
The vampire hunt is on! Join the Louisville Halloween tradition. The show runs from September 22 through November 22. Tickets start at $45. http://actorstheatre.org
The butterfly adventure culminates with the tagging of 1,000 monarch butterflies for release at Flutter Fest on Sept. 23 (with a rain date of Sept. 24) brought to you in partnership with Louisville’s Idlewild Butterfly Farm. This release coincides with the annual migration of monarch butterflies. Activities include craft stations, education stations, butterfly tagging, story time and
Help the American Heart Association get America walking by supporting the 2017 Kentuckiana Heart Walk. As the signature fundraising event for the American Heart Association, the Heart Walk promotes physical activity and heart-healthy living in a fun family environment. The Heart Walk will create hope, inspire change and celebrate success for all participants who commit to fighting cardiovascular disease
Don’t miss one of Louisville’s favorite festivals! Bourbon & Beyond brings the best of bourbon together with incredible food and musical performances, all in one place. Headliners this year include Steve Miller Band, Stevie Nicks, Gary Clark Jr., Band of Horses and so many more — there’s also a bluegrass stage! Learn more and
Louisvillians love going to Churchill Downs, especially at night with the lit racetrack and great entertainment. The next Downs After Dark is scheduled for Saturday, September 23. Bet the ponies, drink a cocktail, enjoy a great dinner and listen to live music. Gates open at 5 p.m. with the first race at 6 p.m. For
From whimsical china dogs to funky mid-century modern chairs, from stately silver to charming children’s toys, the Fall Antiques Market has something for everyone and every budget. Dozens of individual dealers from around the region will offer antique and vintage furniture, textiles, jewelry, silver, tchotchkes, ephemera, fine Kentucky crafted pieces of furniture and decorative
United by rejection of all things “normal,” the employees of Sound Apocalypse are proud misfits. But, thanks to an unexpected visitor and a performance by an experimental “silence artist,” these record store nerds start to wonder what else they could be. Identity’s A Box of Chocolates is a funny, heartfelt look at the places and
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