It’s that time of year again! It’s time for Louisville visual Art’s 4th Annual art[squared] Anonymous 8″ x 8″ Art Sale. The fundraising event will be held Friday, April 7 and Saturday, April 8. LVA will be raising funds for LVA’s Fine Art Classes program. All works donated, will be exhibited anonymously and sold on a first-come,
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Alys Beach has plenty of bare canvas in the way of white walls, and during Digital Graffiti, artists of all kinds will project their original works of art on those canvases in this not-to-be-missed three-day festival. Digital artists, photographers, filmmakers, celebrities and art lovers, among others, descend upon this beautiful beach town to take in
Buck’s Restaurant & Bar is celebrating its 25th Anniversary by offering a special prix fixe dinner on Tuesday, April 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The 3-course dinner will include a special menu comprised of Buck’s menu classics paired side-by-side with Chef Colter’s new interpretation of the same dish for only $60 per person.
This is your chance to get your hands on some of the best, newest and time-tested plants available. Whether you are looking for trees or shrubs, perennials or vines, native or exotic, Yew Dell Botanical Gardens got ’em in spades. We’ll have special items in their shop, a great collection of garden vendors, children’s activities, food
In different cities across the U.S. bartenders choose form their musical influences to create unique cocktails with Copper & Kings American Brandy. These drinks are inspired by a particular artist and album. It’s rock ‘n” roll paired with cocktails at some of the top bars, featuring top bartenders. copperandkings,com
Join local renowned chefs Anoosh Shariat of Noosh Nosh and Anoosh Bistro and Anthony Lamas of Seviche for an evening of food and fin at Kentucky Artisan Distillery in Crestwood on Sunday, March 26. The Barrels & Bites event will feature appetizers from both chefs, a selection of local bourbons and desserts from Mary Carmel
The Fillies Derby Ball is the only official ball of the Kentucky Derby Festival, and the official kick-off to a great Derby Festival season. This elegant, black-tie affair will be celebrating its 59th year this spring. Join the KDF as they crown one of the Kentucky Derby Festival Princesses as Derby Festival Queen– it’s a
Mingle with your international neighbors and learn about local nonprofits supporting the immigrant community in Louisville. Feel free to bring your favorite dish to share! Donations will be accepted to support the work of the organizations. Doors open at Americana World Community Center at 5 p.m. for the concert, presented by Louisville Youth Orchestra, Backside
Drink good beer all in support of the Backside Learning Center on Friday, March 31 at Four Pegs. 10% of the night’s sales will be donated to the Backside Learning Center, which supports equine workers and their families in the pursuit of their personal and professional dreams. They provide educational opportunities, assistance in navigating and
21c Museum Hotel Louisville is hosting a public conversation and reception, in collaboration with Carnegie Center for Art and History, with artists Fahmu Pecou and Stephen Flemister on Thursday, March 30 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The artists will speak about their art and about what inspires and informs their practices. Both artists will
Each Derby season, locals and out of town Derby fans are given the chance to see the contenders train for the big race, while listening to expert commentary at Dawn at the Downs. This popular tradition is narrated by ESPN and CNN contributor, Gary West, alongside resident expert handicapper, Joe Kristufek. On Thursday, May 4,
If there were a bucket list for all things Derby, this would certainly be on it. Thursday, May 5, is the annual Republic Bank Pegasus Parade, starting at 5 p.m. on Broadway. This is a great event for the whole family, as well as a great way to see all the celebrities in town for the