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What's Happening In Greater Louisville Oct 2 - 15

2 WEDNESDAY Afternoon Lecture Series

Historic Locust Grove, 561 Blankenbaker Ln, 502-897-9845 Anne Bader leads us through surveys of the 55-acres of Locust Grove and shares the conclusions and possible new directions for research in the future. Dessert and coffee are served at 1 pm with the lecture immediately following at 1:15 pm. Admission is $5, $3 for Friends of Historic Locust Grove.

about lenses, flash, digital capture and composition. You’ll also discover how professional photographers make dynamic images. You’ll quickly reach a level of competency that enables you to continue a lifelong pursuit in the ever- changing field of photography. Bring your camera (SLR), accessories and manual to each class. Oct 2 - Nov 6. $149. 7 - 9 pm.


Midori Plays Brahms, through Oct 4

Miro String Quartet

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-7777

One of America’s highest-profile chamber groups performs ensembles of the highest caliber in the intimate Eifler Theater. $22 - $28. 7:30 pm.

The Louisville Orchestra performs with Midori, a violinist. They perform Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5 and Brahms’ Violin Concerto. Tickets start at $20. Thurs 10:30 am and Fri 8 pm.

Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St, 502-896-8480

My iPhone Can Do That?

University of Louisville Shelby Campus, 312 N Whittington Pkwy, 502-852-6456 After a review of the iPhone’s four basic functions, this class covers pre-installed apps such as the camera, calculator, voice recorder, and Facebook. Learn about the latest iPhone’s new features and how to use iTunes to manage content. Scott Soeder, a graphic designer at University of Louisville’s Delphi Center, instructs this class. $69. 6 pm.

Mayor’s Music and Art Series Louisville Metro Hall, 527 W Jefferson St, 502-574-3521 Andrea Davidson performs. Brown-bag lunches are permitted, but no drinks allowed. Louisville Water will provide Louisville pure tap at the performance. Free. Noon.


Photography Basics for Digital SLR Cameras

Headliner’s Music Hall, 1386 Lexington Rd, 502-584-8088

University of Louisville Shelby Campus, 502-852-6456

A music festival featuring Old School, From Paris, and Ballroom Blitz. Benefits Susan G. Komen. Must be 21 or older. $10 minimum donation. 6:30 pm.

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2013 Business Expo

Jim Gaffigan

Kye’s, 500 Missouri Ave, Jeffersonville, IN, 812-285-8500

Louisville Palace Theatre, 625 S Fourth St, 502-583-4555

This event is one of the largest business-to-business expos in southern Indiana and features over 100 exhibitors and unlimited opportunities for relationship building. Free admission for business professionals by providing a business card. Restaurants showcase food from 3 - 5 pm. Attend workshop sessions to learn valuable information for business at noon and 2 pm. A happy hour networking session from 4 - 6 pm.

Jim Gaffigan is one of the top five most successful tour comedians in the country. He performs here in Louisville at 7 pm. $39.75 - $49.75.

St. James Court Art Show Preview Party

Visit this haunted house with friends and family for spooky fun. This is the largest fundraiser that the Friends of Culbertson Mansion, Inc. holds to help restore the interior of the Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site. $13. 7 pm.

Henry Clay, 603 S Third Street, 502-595-4911 Enjoy an evening of food and art featuring forty selected St. James artists. Artists sell their work throughout the evening and provide guests the opportunity to shop in a relaxed environment. $125 in advance, $150 at the door. 6 - 9 pm.


Literally a Haunted House, through Oct 5, 11 - 12

Culbertson Mansion, 914 E Main St, New Albany, IN, 812-944-9600

Twilight in the Garden

Yew Dell Gardens, 6220 Old LaGrange Rd, 502-241-4788 This event features a sneak peak at the new greenhouse and horticulture center project. Live and silent auctions, games and raffles take place at the event. Wiltshire Pantry provides dinner. $200. 6 11 pm.

St. James Court Art Show, through Oct 6 St. James Court and surrounding streets in Old Louisville, 502-635-1842 This annual event features works of 720 artists. Shop sculptures, jewelry, photography, textiles, paintings, and other fine arts and crafts. Food vendor booths sell various foods. Free admission. Fri - Sat 10 am - 6 pm and Sun 10 am - 5 pm.

First Friday Trolley Hop The Artzone along Main and Market Streets, 502-583-1671 Hop on the trolley for free. See art shows and tourist attractions, plus celebrate Downtown Louisville. 5 11 pm.

Southwest Community Festival Balloon Glow! Sun Valley Park, 6505 Bethany Ln, 502-937-8802 The Balloon Glow kicks off the Southwest Community Festival. See the glimmering hot-air balloons with friends and family. Games, concessions, and activities for the kids are available. $2 for parking and $2 for a balloon ride. 6 - 9 pm.

Meditation Retreat with Anam Thubten and Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel, through Oct 6 Brown Hotel, 335 W Broadway, 502-583-3100 Renowned meditation teachers, Anam Thubten and Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel, lead this retreat for people of all faith traditions. This event is open to both experienced and novice meditators. Fri 7 - 9 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm, and Sun 10 am - 4 pm. Fri $25, Sat-Sun $200.


Steps to Independence Walk and 5K Run Waterfront Park, 129 E River Rd, 502-495-5088 Join this 5K run and family walk to support Down Syndrome of Louisville. A kid’s fun zone, family picnic area and live band are featured at the event. Register 7:15 - 9:30 am. 5K run starts at 8:15 am and family walk starts at 9:30 am. $25 adults, $10 for children.

Octoberfest Cruise Belle of Louisville, 401 W River Rd, 502-574-2992 Ride the historic steamboat, the Belle of Louisville, and enjoy a buffet dinner. This cruise is a German-style theme and provides live music. Tickets start at $26. Starts at 11:30 am and departs at noon.

CQ Jam for WaterStep Captain’s Quarters, 5700 Captains Quarters Rd, 502-568-6342 This event features a riverside stage where local bands, The Decades, Wayne Young, The Rob Nickerson Group featuring Lindsay Willinger, and The Unlimited Show band, perform. All proceeds benefit WaterStep, a Louisville-based organization that works to save lives around the world with clean water. $5. Starts at 4 pm. | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




What's Happening in Greater Louisville Single Mingle Louisville Ghost Walk

BBC on Fourth Street, 2 Theater Square, 502-386-7038 A happy hour takes place at the BBC on Fourth Street from 6 -7 pm. Robert Parker leads a ghost walk at 7 pm that lasts 90 minutes. $40.

Bourbon Bash 2013

Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, 1701 W Muhammad Ali Blvd, 502-583-4100 This annual event includes a seated dinner prepared by a number of chefs from the Louisville area, bourbon tastings from Kentucky’s finest distilleries, an exclusive exhibit and silent auction of Gene Spatz photographs of legendary celebrities, and a special musical performance. $300. 7 - 11:30 pm.

Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest Cherokee Park, Valletta Road at Park Boundary Road, 502-451-6872 Bring your picnic blanket or a chair and enjoy live jazz and blues in the Big Rock area of Cherokee Park. The opening act will be Tee Dee Young, followed by Everett Greene and Tim Whalen. 2 - 7 pm.

Choir of Trinity Episcopal Church

St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church, 6710 Wolf Pen Branch Road, Harrods Creek, KY, 502-228-1176 The Choir of Trinity Episcopal Church performs at St. Francis as part of the Evensong Series. Free. 5 pm.

Lewis Black: The Rant is Due Brown Theatre, 315 W Broadway, 502-562-0191

Jason Bishop

Ogle Center, 4201 Grant Line Rd, New Albany, IN, 812-941-2525 Jason Bishop is an international awardwinning illusionist and performs the rare Double Levitation on this tour. $26.50. 7:30 pm.

The Piano Men

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-7777 Jim Witter, a pianist, joins the Louisville Orchestra in a performance of 70s music including Elton John and Billy Joel songs. Bob Bernhardt conducts the performance. Tickets start at $26. 8 pm.

6 SUNDAY The Haunting at Blackwood Hall

Ramada Plaza Hotel, 9700 Bluegrass Pkwy, 502-426-7100 WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Dinner Theater opens The Haunting at Blackwood Hall, a gothic mystery including a skeletal hand in a sofa, a mysterious veiled woman, and a mystic who hears the voices of the dead. This performance includes a special Sunday brunch. $45.50. 11:30 am.

Art and Artists of Cave Hill Cemetery Tour Cave Hill Cemetery, 701 Baxter Ave, 502-451-5630

Discover the art and artists that make Cave Hill Cemetery unique with historian and author, Steve Wiser. $15. 1 pm.



Lewis Black is a multiple Grammy award-winning stand-up comedian. He is known for his compelling points about the absurdity of our world. Adult content. $38.50. 6 pm.

Free Walking Tour of Downtown Louisville 301 S Fourth St, 502-379-6109

PossibiliTours Walking Tours provide historical and architectural anecdotes about Possibility City while exploring the heart of downtown on foot. Free. 2 pm.

7 MONDAY Jon-E-Mac Golf Pro-Am

Hunting Creek Country Club, 6807 Foxcroft Rd, 502-400-5360 For the first time, this event offers a Pro-Amateur formatted golf tournament. Play with two professional golfers on your team. Registration and a continental breakfast is served at 8 am. Tournament starts at 9 am. Lunch and awards are at 12:30 pm. $250.

Good Rockin’ Live- A Salute to SUN Records

Derby Dinner Playhouse, 585 Marriott Dr, Clarksville, IN, 812-288-8281 This live concert includes rock and roll hits and features touring and recording artist Robert Shaw.

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With hits like “Great Balls of Fire,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “That’s All Right, Mama,” and “Blue Suede Shoes,” this show tells the tale of how rock was born through music and the stories of those who lived it. Dinner starts at 6 pm. $36.

Global Whiskeys: Scotland to Japan

University of Louisville Shelby Campus, 312 N Whittington Pkwy, 502-852-6456 Take the opportunity to taste whiskeys from around the world. Irish, Scotch, and Bourbon varieties will be served as well as Welsh, Japanese, and French whiskeys. Chris Zaborowski, a wine educator and judge with over 25 years of experience in the beverage alcohol industry, instructs this tasting. $49. 7 pm.


encourage the development of others as individuals. Free. 11:30 am - 1 pm.

Rick Pitino: The One-Day Contract Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-7777 The featured speaker of the Kentucky Author Forum is Rick Pitino, Louisville’s Basketball Head Coach. He discusses and signs copies of his book The One-Day Contract: How to Add Value to Every Minute of Your Life. $20 interview only, and $110 for both Interview and Dinner. 6 pm.

Paganism 101 First Unitarian Universalist Church, 809 S Fourth St, 502-585-5110 The Covenant of UU Pagans Group start a series of classes on “Paganism 101” as part of the church’s regular “Chalice night” classes. Free. 7 pm.

The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmers' Market 1007 E. Jefferson St

Check out the variety of locally produced items, including fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, meat, eggs, wine, flour and mixes, granola, and much more for purchase. Free. 3 - 7 pm.

The Filson Bourbon Challenge

The Filson Historical Society, 1310 S Third St, 502-635-5083 A blind tasting event where participants sample five bourbons in unknown order. The list of bourbons will be provided the day of the event and each participant is asked to identify the order. The winner of the challenge receives a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon, a product that is extremely rare and impossible to find. $100. 7 pm.

The Mountain Top, through Oct 27 Actors Theatre of Louisville, 316 Main St, 502-584-1205 The Actors Theatre opens this play that tells the story of the final hours of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life after giving his famous speech, "I Have a Dream." $32. Times vary.

10 THURSDAY War Horse, through Oct 24 Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Center for Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-77777 PNC Broadway in Louisville presents War Horse, a remarkable tale of courage, loyalty and friendship between a young boy, Albert, and his beloved horse Joey. Tickets start at $25. Times vary.

Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, through Nov 2 Iroquois Park, 1080 Amphitheater Rd, 502-368-5865 This new event features 5,000 carved pumpkins along a ¼-mile trail, illuminated at night as an “art show” daily from dusk to midnight. Proceeds go to the Louisville Metro Parks Foundation and Kosair Charities. Adults $12 and children $9.

Product Runway The Grand Ballroom of Henry Clay, 604 S Third St, 502-515-2489 A competition that exhibits both designers and architects’ creativity and technical skills. Couture fashion is constructed out of interior finish materials such as carpet, paint chips, or chair parts. Cocktails and a silent auction are at 6 pm followed by the runway event. Students $25 and general admission is $45. 6 - 10 pm.

9 WEDNESDAY Women In Networking 1 Oxmoor Country Club, 9000 Limehouse Ln, 502-491-7877

Louisville Cardinals vs. Rutgers Football Game

An all-women group that meets once a month to network and provides a forum for ideas and contacts in the business community. Learn how to improve techniques and methods of doing business and

The Cardinals take on the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Ticket prices start at $29. 7:30 pm.

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What's Happening in Greater Louisville

11 FRIDAY 1st Annual Butchertown Porktoberfest The Pointe, 1205 E Washington St, 502-589-1820 This barbeque and pork inspired culinary competition features live music by Hog Operation and Johnny Berry, local brew from Apocalypse Brewery and food samples from more than 15 of Louisville’s finest restaurants. Free. 5 - 10 pm.

Garvin Gate Blues Festival, through Oct 12 Garvin Place and West Oak Street This neighborhood street music festival is a celebration of the blues and the arts. Enjoy musical performances including The Predators, Walnut Street Blues Band with Artie Wells, and the Hoodoo Blues Band. Free. Fri 6:30 11:15 pm and Sat 2 - 11:15 pm.

Pink Prom Louisville Mellwood Arts Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave, 502-895-3650 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and this 2nd annual Prom re-creation benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Louisville. Dress up and walk the pink carpet, take pictures and dance all night to music by DJ Ryan Coxx and DJ Prism. Single ticket is $35 and couple tickets $60.

Hot Country Nights Concert

4th Street Live!, 400 S Fourth St, 502-584-7170 A special edition of Hot Country Nights featuring Thompson Square. Must be 21 or older to attend. Starts at 7 pm. Free.

Halloween With Broadway’s Greatest Villains, through Oct 20 The Bard’s Town Theatre, 1801 Bardstown Rd, 502-551-8096 Wayward Actors Company presents a musical revue entitled Halloween With Broadway’s Greatest Villians. $16. Various times.

Ghost Brothers of Darkland County Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Center of Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-562-0152 This musical, written by Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T-Bone Burnett, is a haunting tale of fraternal love, lust, jealousy and revenge. Ticket prices start at $39.50. 8 pm.



12 SATURDAY Susan G. Komen Louisville Race for the Cure South Great Lawn at Waterfront Park, 129 E River Rd, 502-495-7825 This event is one of the largest series of 5K runs/ walks in the world. The Komen Louisville Race for the Cure funds the fight against breast cancer. Admission is free and donations are appreciated. Starts at 6:45 am.

Stop the Traffic 5K E.P. Tom Sawyer Park, 2600 Freys Hill Rd, Anchorage, KY, 502-429-3280 This 5K run/walk supports and benefits organizations that are fighting human trafficking locally and internationally. Registration is $30. Registration starts at 8 am and race starts at 9 am.

28th Annual Southwest Community Festival Sun Valley Park, 6505 Bethany Ln, 502-937-8802 This festival is one of the largest in Southwest Jefferson County. Enjoy free activities like the pancake breakfast, the Southwest Car Fest, and visit art and crafts and food booths. Live entertainment is provided by The Louisville Crashers. Free. 9 am - 5 pm.

Race for Syrian Children Cherokee Park, 745 Cochran Hill Rd, 502-644-3622 This 5K run/walk is a fundraiser for Syrian children. 100% of registration fees will go toward UNICEF’s “Syrian Children in Crisis” fund. Registration is $30. Packet pick-up is at 8:30 am. Race starts at 10 am.

Kosair Charities Fall Fest

Kosair Charities, 982 Eastern Pkwy, 502-724-9991 This Fall Fest celebrates Kosair’s 90th anniversary. Enjoy festival food, live music, and a children’s play area. 11 am - 11 pm.

Tap n Run 4K

Waterfront Park, 129 E River Rd, 866-611-2526 A running race that includes three beer chug stations along the race course. Dress up in crazy costumes for this event. $35-$59. 2 pm.

Dinner Train

Kentucky Railroad Museum, 136 S Main St, New Haven, KY, 502-549-5470 Enjoy a four course meal on a vintage dinner car while traveling through the Rolling Fork River Valley. Reservations required. Lasts 2 hours. $50 per person. 6 pm.

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An Acoustic Evening With Mary Chapin Carpenter And Shawn Colvin Brown Theatre, 315 W Broadway, 502-562-091 Acclaimed songwriters Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin share the stage and perform country songs as well as some of their favorites. Tickets start at $35. 8 pm.

Vices & Virtues: Va Va Vixens and Vice Tricks Art Sanctuary, 1433 S Shelby St, 502-386-7114 This modern day Vaudeville-style burlesque variety show includes dancing and music. $20. 8 - 11 pm.


Juilliard String Quartet Concert

Kurz Hall at the University of Louisville, 1900 S 4th St, 502-854-9011 The world-famous Juilliard String Quartet performs string quartets by Bach, Schubert, and a new quartet by Jesse Jones. Admission $25 or $5 for students. 3 pm.

14 MONDAY EACM Golf Benefit

Persimmon Ridge Golf Course, 72 Persimmon Ridge Dr, 502-426-2824 This golf event supports the Eastern Area Community Ministries. Registration starts at 11 am, lunch at 11:30 am, and the scramble starts at 1 pm. Dinner and awards start at 6 pm. $150.

Open Mic The Kentucky Center for Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-7777 River City Drum Corp and ArtsReach presents this open mic event. Those who wish to perform show up 5 - 10 minutes early. Free. 4 - 6 pm

Farmington Harvest Festival Farmington Historic Plantation, 3033 Bardstown Rd, 502-452-9920 This festival features live music, food, historical reenactments and family activities. Take a free tour at Louisville’s historic 1816 mansion. $5. 10 am - 6 pm.

Great Chili Cookoff

Wines of Tuscany

University of Louisville Shelby Campus, 312 N Whittington Pkwy, 502-852-6456 Enjoy an Italian wine tasting with Chris Zborowski, a wine educator and judge with over 25 years’ experience in the beverage alcohol industry, and learn about wine varieties. $49. 7 - 9 pm.

15 TUESDAY Kentucky Hauntings: Homespun Ghost Stories and Unexplained History

Phoenix Hill Tavern, 644 Baxter Ave, 502-589-4957

The Filson Historical Society, 1310 S Third St, 502-635-5083 Roberta Simpson Brown and Lonnie E. Brown present a collection of paranormal tales. Free for members and $5 for non-members. 6 - 7:30 pm.

Congressman John Lewis

The Kentucky Center of Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-7777 Chefs compete in this chili cookoff. Sample chili and vote in The People’s Choice Contest. Live music will take place throughout the day on four different stages. Face painting, mural painting, and inflatable bouncing equipment are found in the Kids Area. Free. 1 - 10 pm.

The featured speaker of the Kentucky Author Forum is Congressman John Lewis, a key figure of the Civil Rights Movement. He is interviewed by Rachel Maddow, host of MSNBC’s news. 6 pm. $20 for interview only, and $110 for interview and dinner.

Colors of Fall Hike

The Addams Family, through Oct 20

E.P. Tom Sawyer Park, 3000 Freys Hill Rd, 502-429-7270 Join this Fall hike and see the most scenic areas of the park including the Goose Creek trail to see great Fall colors. There will be a discussion about ways to identify trees and flowers that are seen during the Fall season. $3 per hiker. 1 - 3 pm.

Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-7777 The opening night of the musical comedy that tells the story of the Addams Family. Wednesday Addams has a “normal” boyfriend and for parents Gomez and Morticia, this shocking development will turn the Addams house downside up. $45-$79. 7:30 pm. | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




Arts Entertainment ●

Louisville Orchestra Opens 76th Season The Louisville Orchestra launched their Classics Series concerts for the 2013-14 season on September 7 with the return of Fanfara. The season continues with performances October 3-4. Midori, a violinist, will join the orchestra, featuring Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D Major. Jorge Mester conducts the Louisville Orchestra at 10:30 am on Thursday and 8 pm on Friday in the Kentucky Center’s Whitney Hall. Guest artists and conductors will take Louisville’s stage throughout the season as the Orchestra performs works of American composers such as George Gershwin and Christopher Theofanidis. The Orchestra also will play popular works by Rachmaninoff, Dvorak, Mendelssohn, Vivaldi, Mozart, Britten and de Falla. Guest artists include violinists, Karen Gomyo and Michael Davis, and pianist, Marcus Groh. Guest conductors are Robert Moody, Rossen Milanov, Teddy Abrams, Marcelo Lehninger, Julian Kuerti, and Noam Zur. The season will conclude with two special programs. The first will feature



the Emerson String Quartet as orchestral soloists. Jorge Mester and the members of the Orchestra perform Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with two members of the Quartet, one playing violin and one playing viola as soloists. Brahm’s Double Concerto will follow and showcases solo violin and cello, the two remaining musicians of the Quartet. The season ends with the Ninth Classic Concert featuring Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, also known as Ode to Joy. Mester will conduct both the Ninth and Beethoven’s first symphony, with local choruses taking part in this April 11, 2014 performance. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Louisville Orchestra box office or online. Packages are available of 7 or 10 concerts at $103 per seat for the “Coffee” series or $205 for the “Classics” programs. The Classics Concerts are all evening performances. The Orchestra’s seven Coffee Concerts are at 10:30 am on Thursdays.

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Test Subjects, through Oct 6

The Gene Spatz Photographs, through Nov 3 Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, 715 W Main St, 502-589-0102 An American photographer showcases photos that capture the off-limits world of celebrities during the 1970s and 1980s.

Creative Growth: Dan Miller & Judith Scott, through Nov 3 Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts, 715 W Main St, 502-589-0102 Two artists are brought together both past employees at the Creative Growth Art Center, an environment for people with disabilities that nurtures the creative process.

The Bard’s Town, 1801 Bardstown Rd, 502-609-2520 Le Petomane opens their tenth season with Test Subjects. This play tells a story of a mysterious device that falls into the hands of an fearless duo, and the test begins.

Death Trap, through Nov 11 Derby Dinner Playhouse, 525 Marriott Dr, Clarksville, IN, 812-288-8281 This recent Broadway hit is a classic thriller and a clever comedy. A successful murder mystery writer has no new ideas and does whatever he can to have another hit, even by murder. Times and cost vary.

The Haunting at Blackwood Hall, through Oct 26

Vicki Byrum Dennis, through Oct 31

Ramada Plaza Hotel, 9700 Bluegrass Parkway, 502-426-7100

Gallery 104, 104 E Main St, 502-222-3822

Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater presents a dinner and interactive murder mystery to solve what happened to Elizabeth MacCrimmon after the wreck of the Morgan Faire. Tickets $45.50 each, which includes meal, show, tax and gratuity. 6:30 pm.

Vicki Byrum Dennis is the artist of the month. She tells stories within her paintings through the dramatic use of shapes and powerful color.

Dan Dry: Facing the World, Oct 4 Local Speed, 822 E Market St, 502-634-2700 Local Speed introduces its newest exhibition as part of the First Friday Trolley Hop. The exhibition features National Geographic Photographer Dan Dry’s accomplishments in photography, which showcased people from Louisville and all around the world. Free. 5 - 10 pm.

Annie Langan Photo exhibit, Oct 4- Nov 1 859 Gallery at Kentucky School of Art of Spalding University, 845 S Third St, 502-618-4600 Annie Langan showcases her new photography as a part of Louisville’s 2013 Photo Biennial.

JCTC Alumni Photography Show, Oct 14- Nov 15 Krantz Art Gallery at the Jefferson Community and Technical College, 200 W Broadway, 502-213-5333 Alumni showcase their photographs in this exhibit. Various times.


Southern Hospitality, Oct 3-13 The Little Colonel Playhouse, 302 Mt Mercy Dr, Pee Wee Valley 502-588-1557 The Little Colonel Players presents a play about four sisters, Frankie, Twink, Honey Raye, and Rhonda Lynn, with various troubles with jobs and other life experiences. Various times.

The Bunbury Dramedy Festival, Oct 4-13 Bunbury Theatre, 604 S Third St, 502-585-5306 An evening of one act plays by Christopher Durang, Doug Wright, and Tenesse Williams. General admission $21, seniors $18, and students $10.

Contemporary Opera Series, Oct 11-12 Comstock Hall at the University of Louisville, 2301 S Third St, 502-852-6907 A performance of The King’s Man, an opera about the relationship between Benjamin Franklin and his son William Franklin during the American Revolution. Tickets start at $31. Fri 8 pm and Sat 2 pm.

The House at Pooh Corner, Oct 12

Dracula, through Oct 31 Actors Theatre of Louisville, 316 W Main St, 502-584-1205 This Louisville Halloween tradition continues with performances of Dracula that are jam-packed with plenty of thrills and chills. Various times. Tickets $37$45.

Kentucky Center for Performing Arts, 501 W Main St, 502-584-7777 StageOne Family Theatre presents Kentucky’s first ever sensory-friendly performance of The House at Pooh Corner. This performance is designed to create a welcoming environment for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other individuals with sensory sensitivities. $14.75. 11 am and 2 pm. | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




Arts Entertainment ●


Kentucky Science Center, 727 W Main St, 502-561-6100 Born to be Wild, Flight of the Butterflies, Tornado Alley, and The Human Body. Call for showtimes. IMAX only $7.

Miracle, Oct 3

KFC Yum! Center, 1 Arena Plaza, 502-690-9000 The downtown film series continues with a free showing of Miracle. May bring own seating. Refreshments will be available for purchase during the event. 7:30 pm.

Downtown Film Series, Oct 10

KFC Yum! Center, 1 Arena Plaza, 502-690-9000 The final film series choice will be voted on the Downtown Lou Facebook page. May bring own seating. Refreshments will be available for purchase during the event. 7:30 pm.

Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers Film Screening, Oct 13 Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St, 502-896-8480

The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers continues with a screening of Mommy, I’m a Bastard! Filmmaker Bennett Barbakaow gives an introduction to the film and a Q&A session after the screening. Free. 7 pm.

TOURS Brown-Forman Tour

850 Dixie Hwy, 502-585-1100 Tour the corporate headquarters of one of

Louisville’s biggest whiskey producers. Featured are the historic distillery warehouses in Louisville and the production operations where they bottle a number of brands including Canadian Mist, Pepe Lopez, Early Times, Old Forester, and Southern Comfort.

City Taste Tours of Louisville 332 W Broadway, 502-457-8686 See the best sights, hear the history and stories, and taste the delicious traditional foods that make Louisville unique. Taste a hot brown, bourbon chocolate truffles, or a mint julep. See Churchill Downs, NuLu, downtown Louisville, Whiskey Row, and more. Tours run daily at 9 am and 1 pm. $55-$65.

Hadley Pottery 1570 Story Ave, 502-584-2171 On this tour, you will see the process from raw clay to the final product for use in your home. Mon – Thurs 2 pm.

Louisville Horse Trams Downtown, 502-581-0100, 502-741-4690 Carriage tours in the downtown hotel area follow interesting routes past historical sites, restaurants, theatres, and the riverfront. Call for reservations.

SPORTS Rockin’ Marathon Relay, Oct 5 Iroquois Park, 1080 Amphitheater Rd, 502-368-5865 Form a team of 2 or 4 members to run this Louisville Relay of 26.2 miles on a loop course. Starts at 9 am. $50.

Women’s University of Louisville Field Hockey vs. Indiana, Oct 6 Trager Stadium, 317 Warnock St, 502-852-5151 The Louisville Cardinals take on Indiana in this field hockey game. 1 pm.

Scramble “Fore” A Cure, Oct 7 Woodhaven Country Club, 7200 Woodhaven Rd, 502-491-9100 The 10th annual golf scramble is a fundraiser for the National Foundation for Transplants. Enjoy raffles, free gifts, a complimentary grill-out lunch, a golf towel, and a t-shirt with registration. Starts at 9 am. $80.

University of Louisville Women's Volleyball vs. USF, Oct 11 KFC Yum! Center, 1 Arena Plaza, 502-690-9000 The Louisville Cardinals take on the University of South Florida. 7 pm.



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Concert Calendar

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♦Kelley McRae, Oct 3, The New Vintage, 9 pm, folk. ♦Amjad Alikhan, Oct 4, Kentucky Center for Performing Arts, 8 pm, Sarod player. ♦The Lost River Cavemen, Oct 4, Third Street Dive, 9 pm, folk. ♦Enter the Haggis, Oct 5, Phoenix Hill Tavern, 8 pm, indie. ♦Chapel Hill, Oct 5, Phoenix Hill Tavern, 10 pm, rock. ♦Freekbass and Kelly Richey, Oct 5, Stevie Ray’s, 9:30 pm, funk. ♦Aimee Mann, Oct 6, Clifton Center, 7:30 pm, American rock. ♦Dope with Soil, Leaving Eden and Poetry of the Dead, Oct 8, Diamond Pub and Billiards, 7 pm, rock.

♦The Tontons, Oct 8, Zanzabar, 9 pm, indie rock. ♦Communion, Oct 9, Zanzabar, 8 pm, indie rock tour. ♦Shantel Leitner, Oct 9, Third Street Dive, 8 pm, folk. ♦The Acoustical Experience, Oct 9, Phoenix Hill Tavern, 9 pm, acoustic guitar. ♦Jessica Martindale, Oct 11, Gerstle’s Place, 6 pm, alternative. ♦The Down-fi, Oct 11, Third Street Dive, 9 pm, rock. ♦Sugar Lime Blue, Oct 11, Hideaway Saloon, 8 pm, blues. ♦Appalatin, Oct 11, The New Vintage, 9 pm, Latin bluegrass. ♦Barenaked Ladies, Oct 12, Louisville Palace, 8 pm, rock.

♦Savoy, Oct 12, Headliner’s Music Hall, 9 pm, rock. ♦Hot Buttered Rum, Oct 13, Headliner’s Music Hall, 9 pm, bluegrass. ♦Between the Buried and Me, Oct 14, Headliner’s Music Hall, 7:30 pm, metal. ♦Tom Boone and The Backyard Porch Pickers, Oct 14, Hideaway Saloon, 8 pm, Americana. ♦Senses Fail, Oct 15, Headliner’s Music Hall, 7:30 pm, hardcore. ♦Willie Nelson, Oct 15, Louisville Palace, 7:30 pm, country. ♦Patty Griffin, Oct 15, Brown Theatre, 8:30 pm, folk. ♦Denison Witmer, Oct 15, Zanzabar, 9 pm, rock.

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Arts Entertainment ●

Angel Safari 5K Run/Walk, Oct 12

Louisville Zoo, 1100 Trevilian Way, 502-459-2181 Take part in this 5K run/walk through the Louisville Zoo. Registration is $30. Race starts at 8 am.

28th Annual Bernard Hock Table Tennis Tourney, Oct 12-13 Griffin Recreational Center, 1721 Ekin Ave, New Albany, IN, 812-948-5369

Attend this competition and see some of the best players from the region compete for cash and prizes. Individual and double events are on Saturday. 2 - 3 person teams compete on Sunday. Free to attend. 9 am.

20th Anniversary Louisville AIDS Walk and Pet Walk, Oct 13 Great Lawn at Waterfront Park, 129 E River Rd, 502-938-WALK

This is one of Kentucky’s largest annual HIV/ AIDS awareness and fundraising events. Dogs are welcome to walk. Free. Noon - 5 pm.

7th Annual Lou-E & Denny Crum Scholarship Foundation Golf Scramble, Oct 14

Glen Oaks Country Club, 10601 Worthington Ln, 502-472-8875 Play Extend-A-Shot with Denny Crum. This event is open to the public. Sponsorship available from $100 - $1,000. 9 am.


1100 Trevilian Way, 502-459-2181 See more than 1,700 exotic animals in

naturalistic habitats on 134 rolling acres filled with amazing botanicals. Spend time watching western lowland gorillas forage at Gorilla Forest and view an Amur tiger during daily training demonstrations at Tiger Tundra. Visit nose to beak with colorful Australian parrots at Lorikeet Landing & experience Kentucky’s only 4-D Ride Theater. Visit Glacier Run Bear Habitat. Visit the playgrounds, splash park, African petting zoo, gift shops, indoor & outdoor restaurants & the Conservation Carousel. Open daily year round. Adults (12-59) $14.95, seniors (60+) & children (3-11) $10.50, children 2 & under free. The Zoo is open 10 am - 4 pm until mid - March.

Kart Kountry

1-65 S exit 117, Paroquet Springs Dr, Shepherdsville, KY 502-543-9588 This family entertainment center, just 15 min S of Louisville, features the longest go-kart track in the world-over 1.5 miles! Five sizes & speeds of go-karts allow all ages to ride. There is also an 18-hole miniature golf course as well as a trampoline basketball game, bumper boats, batting cages & a huge air-conditioned game room offering new & classic arcade games. Open hours vary. Check the website for updated information.

Louisville Mega Cavern

1841 Taylor Ave, 877-614-6342 Experience the World's Only All Underground Zip Lines & Adventure Tour" featuring 5 zip Lines and 3 challenge bridges or take a ride on the Tram Tour through 17 miles underground.

Louisville Science Center

727 W Main St, 502-561-6100 Explore a combination of science, mathematics and technology through hands-on exhibits, IMAX films, educational programs, and a gift shop.

Shepherdsville, Ky: Jim Beam Country 800-526-2068

Escape the ordinary at the Gateway to the Bourbon Trail, with Jim Beam Distillery Tours, tastings at AwardWinning wineries, hiking in Bernheim Arboretum and Forest, & shopping at Zappo's Shoe Outlet!

KFC Yum! Center

1 Arena Plaza, 502-690-9000 This is Louisville’s multi-purpose arena used for concerts and sport events. The arena is also home to University of Louisville basketball.

Zachary Taylor National Cemetery

4701 Brownsboro Rd, 502-893-3852 This is the National Historic Landmark gravesite of Zachary Taylor, the 12th President of the United States, and thousands of U.S. veterans.



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Joe Huber’s Family Farm 2421 Engle Rd, Borden, IN, 812-923-5255 Tractor and wagon rides, farm market, corn maze, restaurant, and gift shop.


Bullock-Clifton House 1824 Rosedale Ave

This is the oldest known surviving wood-frame structure in Jefferson County. This house was built in 1834 and was home to William Bullock, a politician, judge, and philanthropist.

Riverside, Farnsley-Moremen Landing 7410 Moorman Rd., 502-935-6809

Whitehall Mansion 3110 Lexington Rd, 502-897-2944 Built in 1855, this mansion features original furnishings, an extensive garden, and an elaborate interior. Open for tours and is popular for weddings, receptions, and other events.

Scribner House 106 E Main St, New Albany, IN, 812-949-1776

Tour the historic house and grounds on the banks of the Ohio River. The Visitor center houses an auditorium, museum exhibits, and museum store.

Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site

914 E Main St, New Albany, IN, 812-944-9600 Located by the Ohio River, this three-story French, Second-Empire mansion was built in 1867. It was formerly the home of William Culbertson.

Known as the oldest house in New Albany, this house was built in 1814 by Joel Scribner, one of the city’s founders. It is furnished with an outstanding collection of antiques, paintings, and textiles.


The Brennan House

3151 Pee Wee Reese Rd, 502-456-8100

631 S Fifth St, 502-540-5145 A Victorian Mansion built in 1868 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Tour the mansion with original furniture, interior finishes, and lighting; or walk through the gardens.

Seneca Park

Includes four ball fields, two basketball courts, a biking road, cross-country trail (3.1 miles), field hockey, horseback riding trails, picnic tables, playground, soccer, tennis (10 courts), volleyball, and a walking path (1.2 miles), as well as the Seneca Golf Course. | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




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Algonquin Park 1614 Cypress St, 502-456-8100 This park is ideal for a family outing and contains a ball field, basketball court, grills, multipurpose field, picnic shelter/tables, playground, swimming pool, tennis court, volleyball court, and a walking path (.25 mi).

Berrytown Park 1300 Heafer Rd A ball field, basketball court, grills, horseshoe pits, a picnic shelter, a playground and two tennis courts are open for public use.

Elliott Square 630 S 28th St Spray ground, playground, picnic tables, picnic shelter, horseshoe pits, basketball court, and a ball field.

Tyler Park 1501 Castlewood Ave A basketball court, grills, picnic shelter, picnic tables, playground, spray pool, six tennis courts, a volleyball court, and a walking path (0.125mi).

727 W Main St, 502-561-6100 Explore a combination of science, mathematics and technology through hands-on exhibits, IMAX films, educational programs, and a gift shop.

Thomas Merton Center

2001 Newburg Rd, 502-452-8187 In the W. L. Lyons Brown Library at Bellarmine University, the center contains books, manuscripts & artifacts of the renowned Trappist monk & author, Thomas Merton.

Portland Museum

2308 Portland Ave, 502-776-7678 This museum contains a terrain model of the Falls of the Ohio, dioramas, life-like mannequins, and information about the lower end of the Falls.

Kentucky Derby Museum

704 Central Ave, 502-637-1111 Museum located adjacent to Churchill Downs. Exhibits display Kentucky Derby history.

Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center

201 West Riverside Drive, Clarksville, IN, 812-280-9970

Ball field, basketball court, grills, picnic tables, playground, and spray pool.

Discover 100 different exhibits and watch an awardwinning 14 minute movie on the history of the Falls of the Ohio. Mon - Sat 9 am - 5 pm and Sun 1 pm - 5 pm. $5 age 19 and older, $2 age 18 and younger, and all children under 2 years old are free.

Carrie Gaulbert Cox Park

S.A.R. Historical Museum

Victory Park 1051 S 23rd St

3730 River Rd Located beside the Ohio River, the park includes a boat ramp, picnic tables, playground, sailboat ramp, and a walking path (1 mile). 6 am - 11 pm.

Cochran Hill Dog Run 740 Cochran Hill Rd, 502-424-7181 Located in Cherokee Park, the nearly two acres is divided in half with one side for all dog use and one side for small dog use.

1000 S Fourth St, 502-589-1776 The National Headquarters of the Sons of the American Revolution Historical Museum features displays from the history of the U.S. as it emerged as a new nation during the Revolutionary War and early American decorative arts.

Carnegie Center for Art & History

201 E Spring St, New Albany, IN, 812-944-7336 The center is a local history museum and contemporary art gallery featuring seven art exhibits annually and offers two permanent history exhibits.


The Frazier History Museum

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

This history museum has daily historic interpretation performances, galleries, temporary exhibits as well as frequent hands-on activities.

800 W Main St, 502-588-7228

The home of the Louisville Slugger, established in 1884, is the world’s largest manufacturer of baseball bats, producing over a million each year. Museum, tours, gift shop, Mon – Sat 9 – 5 pm, Sun noon – 5 pm.


Kentucky Science Center


829 W Main St, 502-753-5663

Muhammad Ali Center

144 N Sixth St, 502-584-9254 An award-winning multicultural center that houses a museum dedicated to the life of Muhammad Ali. The center contains three floors of exhibits and galleries.

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21c Museum and Hotel

Quail Chase Golf Course

700 W Main St, 502-217-6300 Multiple exhibits are displayed at this museum portraying the dedication to collecting and exhibiting art from the 21st century.


7000 Cooper Chapel Rd, 502-239-2110 This golf course features 27 holes. 4 star rated by Golf Digest.

Crescent Hill Golf Course 3110 Brownsboro Rd, 502-896-9193 This golf course features 9 holes. Par 36.

Cherokee Golf Course

Shawnee Golf Course

2501 Alexander Road, 502-458-9450

460 Northwestern Pkwy, 502-776-9389

This golf course features 9 holes. Par 36.

This golf course features 18 holes. Par 70.

Caufield’s Halloween Parade

Caufield’s annual Halloween Parade returns for family fun on October 11, starting at 7 pm. This is the only parade that is entirely dedicated to Halloween. Costume stores, other related Halloween merchandisers, and local haunted attractions such as Baxter Avenue Morgue participate in the event to showcase what they have to offer this Halloween season. The route goes down Baxter Avenue from Lexington Road to the Mid City Mall. The procession includes floats, marching bands, dancers, decorated cars, stilt

walkers, scout troops, roller-skaters, unicyclists, and walkers showing off their professional and homemade costumes. Attendees can enjoy food and drinks at restaurants located on Baxter Avenue while watching the festivities pass. Anyone is allowed to walk in the parade, and costumed watchers are welcome to join the end of the parade once it passes. To walk in the parade, register on the website for free. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged for those who prefer to watch. | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




Family & Kids

EVENTS World’s Largest Halloween Party, Oct 4-6, 10-13 Louisville Zoo, 1100 Trevilian Way, 502-459-2181 Take your kids to enjoy storybook scenes come to life with costumed characters and trick-or-treating throughout the Zoo. Costumes are encouraged. Visit Mumpkin the giant talking pumpkin, walk through a hay maze and see hundreds of glowing pumpkins. $8. 5-8:30 pm.

Safety and Halloween Festival, Oct 5 Oldham County Fairgrounds, 2401 W Hwy 146, 502-222-5248 The Oldham County firefighters host a chili dinner and several carnival-type games, inflatables, and children’s costume contest. Free. 5-9 pm.

Miss Nelson Has a Field Day, Oct 5, 12 Derby Dinner Playhouse, 525 Marriott Dr, Clarksville, IN, 812-288-8281 This play is based on the book, Miss Nelson Has Field Day; a sequel to Miss Nelson is Missing. The Smedley Tornados have not only not never won a football game, they have never scored a touchdown. Coach Armstrong enlists Coach Viola Swamp to get the team into shape and saves the day. $16-$21. Times vary.

NAMI Louisville Step Forward for Mental Health 2013 Walk, Oct 6 Harbor Lawn at Waterfront Park, 231 Witherspoon St, 502-588-2008 This family-friendly event includes music, face painting, refreshments and massage therapy. Festivities start at 2 pm. The 2-mile walk begins at 3:30 pm. Registration is $30.

Highview Community Fall Festival, Oct 12 Outer Loop Plaza, 7519 Outer Loop, 502-239-7375 Enjoy a parade, booths by local businesses and groups, food, a kid’s bouncy land, and a stage for local musicians to perform. 11 am-4 pm

Foxhollow Farm’s 6th Annual Fall Festival, Oct 12 Foxhollow Farm, 8905 Highway 329, Crestwood, KY, 502-648-1092 The festival includes a variety of entertainment and food vendors. Enjoy live music, a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, a corn maze, hay castles, oldfashioned carnival games, a cakewalk, hay rides, face painting, and much more. All proceeds benefit Maryhurst, a local non-profit organization that cares for abused and neglected children. $5. 10 am- 6 pm.

Eastwood Fall Festival, Oct 12 16300 Eastwood Cut Off Rd, 502-639-6558 Enjoy food, arts and crafts, and live music, featuring



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The Flat Rock Ramblers, Caribou, and Louisville Brass and Electric. Kids can take part in face painting, play on inflatables and attend 2 magic shows. Free admission and $2 to park. 10 am- 8 pm.

Louisville MEGA Cavern

1841 Taylor Ave, 502-855-6342

10 & Under Tennis Challenger, Oct 13 Tennis Club at Springhurst, 4109 Simcoe Ln, 502-412-2950 This is a one day event for 10 and under singles and doubles. Must register by October 10. $39 to play, free to watch. This is an all-day event.

Goodnight, Monster, Oct 5 School of Sharks, 770 Eastern Pkwy, 502-636-1974 Squallis Puppeteers presents a show about two young monsters losing one of their mother’s prized possessions. The little monsters go on a nighttime adventure to reclaim their mother’s treasure. In the process they meet a variety of nighttime creatures that help them along the way. 1 – 2:30 pm.

FAMILY ATTRACTIONS Louisville Zoo 1100 Trevilian Way (off I-264), 502-459-2181 At the Louisville Zoo, every day is different! See more than 1,700 exotic animals in naturalistic habitats on 134 rolling acres filled with amazing botanicals. Spend time watching western lowland gorillas forage at Gorilla Forest & get up-close & personal with an Amur tiger during daily training demonstrations at Tiger Tundra. Visit nose-to-beak with colorful Australian parrots at Lorikeet Landing & experience Kentucky's only 4-D Ride Theater. Visit Glacier Run Bear Habitat. Don't miss the playgrounds, splash park, African petting zoo, gift shops, indoor & outdoor restaurants & the Conservation Carousel. Open daily year round. Adults (12 - 59) $14.95, seniors (60+) & children (3 11) $10.50, children 2 & under free. The Zoo is open 10 am - 4 pm until mid March.

This all weather attraction is a former limestone quarry with more than 4 million sq ft of space. Hop aboard an SUV-pulled tram & journey through part of 17 miles of underground passageways beneath the city of Louisville. Because you ride & never walk, this tour is especially convenient for parents with small children, seniors & the physically challenged. It's over 1 hour of fun for the entire family. While aboard, learn about geology, history, mining technology, recycling & even green building technology. Find out why this cavern was one of the best kept secrets in the US & why it opened to the public in April 2009 for tours. Historic tram tours offered mid-January through October 31. Also open: MEGA Zips, the world's first & only underground zip line adventure, featuring 2.5 hour guided tours with 5 underground zip lines & 3 challenge bridges that test your balance, skill & mettle. Call or check website for hours of operation & admission fees.

Kart Kountry I-65 S exit 117, Paroquet Springs Dr, Shepherdsville, KY, 502-543-9588 This family entertainment center, just 15 min S of Louisville, features the longest go-kart track in the world — over 1.5 miles! Five sizes & speeds of go-karts allow all ages to ride. There is also an 18hole miniature golf course as well as a trampoline basketball game, bumper boats, batting cages, & a | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




Family & Kids huge air-conditioned game room offering new & classic arcade games. It's hours of fun for the whole family! Open hours vary. Check the website for updated information.

Kentucky Science Center & IMAX Theatre 727 W Main St, 502-561-6100 The Kentucky Science Center, on historic West Main Street, features 40,000 square feet of hands-on fun and a four-story IMAX Theatre. Permanent exhibits include The World Around Us, which brings natural and earth sciences to life; The World Within Us, which lets you get to know the amazing body that's yours for life; The World We Create, a celebration of creative thinking that makes scientific advancements possible; and KidZone. Exhibit admission $13, children 2 - 12 $11. IMAX only admission $7, combo tickets $18, children 2 - 12 $16. Sun - Thurs 9:30 - 5 pm, Fri & Sat 9:30 am - 9 pm. Last admission is one hour before closing.

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory 800 W Main St, 502-588-7228 The Hillerich & Bradsby Co. complex includes a 120 ft, 68,000 lb bat at the entrance and a 24,000 sq ft museum with interactive displays, exhibits, and a film highlighting the history of the company and baseball’s greatest hitters. Museum guests conclude their visit with a tour of the factory where the Louisville Slugger bats are made. Year round Mon - Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun noon - 5 pm. Admission $11 adults, $10 seniors, $6 kids, free for five & under.

that infield fans share during the races on the first Saturday in May. Featuring life-size cut-outs for photoops, three video compilations of the odd and curious events often found in the action and historic moments that make a part of the storied past of this location. Mon - Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun 11 am - 5 pm. $6-$14.

7th Street Haunt, through Nov 2

2900 Seventh Street Rd, 812-989-9224 Experience Louisville’s newest haunted attraction as you walk through gruesome scenes. $18 per person, $5 discount with work ID, school ID, or military ID. Fri Sat 8 pm - 2 am and Sun 8 -10:30 pm.

Devils Attic, through Oct 31 647 W Hill St

Walk through a collection of scenes from classic horror films and experience childhood fears and monsters. $17 admission, $22 speed pass. Fri - Sat 8 pm - 12:30 am and Sun 8 - 11:30 pm.

Danger Run, through Oct 26

501 S Hurstbourne Pkwy, 1-800-771-9750 A Halloween scavenger hunt that requires you to travel to two haunted attractions by solving rhyming riddles. The starting location is Lowe’s. $19.95 per person and includes $10 free gas, admission to 2 haunted attractions, and a free food deal. Must be at starting location 7-11 pm and haunted attractions are open 8 pm - 2 am.

The Infield: the Most Festive 26 Acres in Sports, through Dec 31 Kentucky Derby Museum, 704 Central Ave, 502-637-1111 The Infield exhibit at the Kentucky Derby Museum will showcase the fun and enthusiasm




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Love Boutique

The Crazy Daisy Antique Mall

140 W Jefferson St, 502-585-4627 Where naughty (and nice!) girls come to shop in downtown Louisville. The newest & best adult boutique in the metro area carries a large assortment of intimate accessories, lingerie, club wear and leisure attire. Extremely helpful and knowledgeable sales associates can guide you to the best products for your (and your special someone’s) individual needs. You’ll find all the newest DVD titles & the latest



1430 Mellwood Ave, 502-560-1335 In the trendy East Main District, the mall features over 20,000 sq ft of antiques, vintage furniture & collectibles. Spanning the decades, the collection features top quality vintage jewelry, majolica pottery, English & French furniture & inspiring artwork. Hadley Pottery, Louisville Stoneware & Kentucky Derby memorabilia are always Kentucky favorites. The “Crazy Daisy Rough Room” on the lower level has

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lots of diamonds-in-the-rough. An outdoor courtyard features outdoor furniture, concrete urns & fountains & decorative wrought iron. Ample parking & handicap accessibility. Mon - Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun noon - 5 pm.

The Leading Man, LLC

564 S Fourth St, 502-583-1540 Known for stylish accessories for men and offers a high-end inventory of shirts, sweaters, jackets, ties, bowties, belts, cufflinks, hats, scarves, and much more.

Bargain Supply

844 E Jefferson St, 502-562-5000 Home appliances, home electronics, tools, and more.

Peace of the Earth

sophisticated Victorian tto o warm country primitive.. The hallways are lined with lighted showcases filled with antique toys, jewelry, Derby memorabilia, advertising, art deco, glassware, china, sterling silver, knives and more. Open Mon - Sat 10 am - 5 pm, Sun 1 - 5 pm. Enjoy full service lunch Tues - Sat 11 am - 4:30 pm, 0 pm in the Sun brunch noon - 3:30 Cafe at Derby City Antique Mall. Handicapped accessible, ample parking, tour groups welcome.

Why Louisville

801 E Market St, 502-690-5707

1583 Bardstown Rd, 502-456-5400

All-natural and organic soaps, lotions and ointments.

Locally designed shirts and accessories, books, magazines, gifts and cards.

Bittners Inc.

Pink Door Boutique

731 E Main St, 502-584-6349

936 Baxter Ave, 502-584-0010

Antiques and custom built furniture.

Modern and vintage clothing and accessories.


Blue Mile

805 E Market St, 502-681-5576

1512 Bardstown Rd, 502- 454-8484

Features local and vintage items including in-house millinery, clothing, and custom made jewelry.

Video gait analysis, shoe fittings, and running equipment.


The Ladies Room Boutique

1042 Bardstown Rd, 502-618-0448 Clothing, shoes, and accessories for women.

Derby City Antique Mall

Nulu Scooters

3819 Bardstown Rd, 502-459-5151

509 Barret Ave, 502-587-8820

Centrally located in the heart of Buechel. I-264 exit 16, south 1 mile. Don’t miss one of Louisville’s most charming antique malls located in the old 1920s Hikes Grade School. Family owned & operated with over 170 dealers. You’ll find many wonderful treasures as you stroll through top quality booths filled with antique & vintage furniture from

Dealership dedicated exclusively to scooters and mopeds, sales, service and accessories.

Peacock Boutique

2828 Frankfort Ave, 502-897-1158 A women’s clothing store and offers over 50 designer labels.

Open at 9 am

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ST. MATTHEWS & EAST END Oxmoor Center 7900 Shelbyville Rd, 502-426-6770 More than 50 shops and restaurants, including American Eagle Outfitters, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Old Navy.

Sunny Daize 11809 Shelbyville Rd, 502-244-5580 A boutique that sells contemporary fashions including designer and couture labels for women and men.

Hobby Lobby 968 Breckenridge Ln, 502-895-1032 Retailer selling arts and craft supplies, fabrics, baskets, silk flowers, needlework, picture framing, party supplies, furniture, and related items.

Feeder’s Supply Co. 4600 Shelbyville Rd, 502-893-5578 Buy food, toys, and other supplies for your pets.

Rainbow Blossom 3738 Lexington Rd, 502-896-0189 Natural health and homeopathic goods.

SOUTH Preslar’s Western Shop

3299 Fern Valley Rd, 502-969-9019 Preslar’s Western Shop has been dressing people in their western best for over 50 years. We carry major brands like Ariat, Dan Post Durango, Lucchese, Wrangler, Stetson and many more. We have everything from cowboy

hats to cowboy boots. Open Mon - Sat 10 am 6:30 pm, Fri 10 am - 8 pm, Sun noon - 5 pm.

Jefferson Mall 4801 Outer Loop, 502-968-4103 Over 100 stores including Dillard’s, Macy’s, JC Penney, and Sears.

Hallmark 6801 Dixie Hwy, 502-935-3464 Buy personalized greeting cards, photo cards, keepsake ornaments, and gifts.

JD Becker UK and U of L Superstore 7521 Outer Loop, 502-239-6037 Sells University of Kentucky and University of Louisville gear.

Jim and Joe’s Baseball Card Shop 609 Winkler Ave, 502-637-4777 Buys and sells baseball cards.

Little Johns Derby Jewelry Inc 3029 S Fourth St, 502-636-5800 A wide variety of gold, silver, platinum, and diamond jewelry and watches.

SOUTHERN INDIANA Kohl’s 3899 Charlestown Rd, New Albany, IN, 812-948-1888 Department store for clothing, jewelry, home furnishings, and more.

Spirited 143 Boutique 249 Spring St, Jeffersonville, IN, 812-725-3816 Home of handmade-boutique clothing for your child at affordable prices.

Mariposa Fine Consignments 222 Pearl St, New Albany, IN, 812-725-8508 Sells designer and unique vintage fashions for women.

Sugar Maples 109 W Maple St, Jeffersonville, IN, 812-285-1616 Upscale antique mall selling antiques, collectibles, and unique gifts.

Clarksville Schwinn Bicycles & Fitness

111 W Lewis and Clark Pkwy, Clarksville, IN, 812-948-2453 Bicycles, gear, and riding accessories.



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The 57th St. James Court Art Show

Fifty-seven years ago, a handful of residents on St. James Court found a creative way to earn money for needed repairs to their grounds and their neglected fountain. They strung a clothesline between two trees and displayed their art. They hauled out hotdogs, pots of soup and chili, cakes, pies, tea and lemonade and sat back to see what would happen. It was 1957 and the residents of St. James Court made $150 to help repair their beloved fountain. A lot has changed in 57 years! Currently the show attracts over 200,000 people and features 720 artists. The show is a favorite with Louisvillians, visitors, and the artists themselves. Happening the first weekend in October, Historic Old Louisville, the nation’s largest Victorian neighborhood, is the backdrop for a four square block fine art and craft show. This event has a tasteful selection of highquality original works, including sculpture, jewelry, photography, textiles, painting and other fine arts and crafts, catering to all artistic preferences and budgets. The neighborhood associations of St. James Court, Belgravia Court, South 3rd Street, 1300 South Third Street, Fourth Street and the West End Baptist Church use the proceeds from the art show to preserve Historic Old Louisville, provide scholarships and support charitable organizations. The St. James Court Art Show serves the same purpose as it did 57 years ago: to preserve the historic district of Old Louisville and to promote the visual arts.

Continuing the traditions of past years, patrons will again find food vendor booths and a wide variety of commemorative items for sale. Each year a poster competition is held .This year Julie Wilkinson designed the 2013 St. James Court Art Show poster. You will be able to meet Julie as well as purchase her poster or posters from previous years as well as other show merchandise. On Pink Friday, pink will be featured throughout the show for remembrance, support and awareness of those with cancer and the need for research and treatment. Norton Health Care is the sponsor for Pink Friday. The St. James Court Art Show will be held October 4, 5 & 6, rain or shine. No pets please. Free and paid parking is available throughout the area. Valet parking is available for $20, with a drop-off and pick-up location on Magnolia Avenue between 6th and 7th Streets. Visitors may use "PARC and TARC", at the Brown Garage on 658 South Third Street. Taking a TARC shuttle service between 9:30 a.m. and 30 minutes after the show closes will cost $6. A five-minute shuttle service is offered for guests parking at Jefferson Community College, Broadway and Second Street, for $10 from 9 a.m. until an hour after the show closes. Show hours are Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Pick up full color programs containing maps, artist listings and other helpful information at major entrances to the show.To find out more information visit | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




Restaurants Nightlife Accommodations ●

RESTAURANTS Guide Key $ = under 10, $$ = 11 - 30 , $$$ = 30+

DOWNTOWN The Brown Hotel 335 W Broadway, 502-583-1234

legendary “Hot Brown,” offers a bistro-style option for breakfast & lunch with several signature dishes, as well as hot & cold buffets featuring gourmet soups, salads & entrees — and a decadent dessert display. $$$

FireFresh BBQ

211 S 5th St, 502-540-1171

A Louisville landmark since 1923, with English Renaissance architecture & Southern grace, the Brown Hotel offers two excellent dining options. The English Grill is the hotel’s AAA Four Diamond signature dining room serving contemporary American cuisine with seasonal & regional influences. Mon - Sat 6 - 9 pm. Reservations are recommended. For upscale casual ambiance, J. Graham’s Cafe, the home of the This fresh & delicious smoked barbecue is fingerlicking good. The menu includes smoked pulled pork, chicken & ribs, wings & tenders with a variety of sauces & fresh salads. Offering dine-in, carry-out, delivery & catering. Mon - Fri 11 am - 3 pm. $


812 E Market St, 502-749-8128 A small menu with inventive classics. $$$

St. Charles Exchange

113 S Seventh St, 502-618-1917 Menu features innovative seasonal variations of food classics. $$$



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Addis Bar and Grill 109 S Fourth St, 502-581-1011 Ethiopian, Mediterranean, and vegetarian food. $$

Trellis Café

Derby City Antique Mall. Homemade soups, salads, sandwiches & desserts highlight the menu plus a daily lunch special is available. Open for lunch Tues - Sat 11 am - 4:30 pm, brunch Sun noon - 3:30 pm. Private parties by reservation. $

Highland Morning

320 W Jefferson St at the Hyatt, 502-581-1234

1416 Bardstown Road, 502-365-3900

American food for a casual crowd. $$

Breakfast served all day. $$

Queue Café

Derby City Dogs

220 W Main St, 502-583-0273

962 Baxter Ave, 502-561-2880

Salads, sandwiches, and soups; serves a tea-time meal. $

Danny Mac’s Pizza

A walk-up window with a wide variety of hot dogs. $

The Corner Door

2222 Dundee Rd, 502-708-2885

1567 S Shelby, 502-635-7994

Spruced-up pub food. $$

Small pizzeria offering a range of specialty pizzas. $


Pita Delights

1616 Grinstead Dr, 502-569-1122 Greek, Gyros, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Persian. $

Bristol Bar & Grille 700 W Riverside Dr, Jeffersonville, IN, 812-218-1995 Steaks, pasta, fresh seafood, salads, sandwiches, and appetizers. $$



962 Baxter Ave, 502-618-2460 Sushi and Japanese cuisine. $$


1538 Bardstown Rd, 502-473-8560 An upscale, elegant Latin-style restaurant. $$$

1385 Veterans Pky, Clarksville, IN, 812-280-9660 Homemade favorites made from scratch. $$

Kobe Japanese Steakhouse 301 Southern Indiana Ave, Jeffersonville, IN, 812-280-8500 Specializes in Teppanyaki and Hibachi cooking. $$$

Louis Le Francais

ST. MATTHEWS & EAST END Charim Korean Restaurant

4123 Oechsli Ave, 502-290-8900 Boldly-flavored Korean fare. $$


119 Breckinridge Ln, 502-618-1158

133 E Market St, New Albany, IN, 812-944-1222 Elegant French dining in a relaxed country setting. $$$

Authentic bagels and other deli items. $$

La Vida Java Coffee Company 1301 Herr Ln, 502-412-9393

Arni’s Pizza 1208 State St, New Albany, IN, 812-945-1149 Traditional pizza. $

Coffee and European continental food. $

Simply Thai

318 Wallace Ave, 502-899-9670

Hungry Pelican

Classic Thai noodle dishes and spiciness according to scale. $$

564 Eastern Blvd, Clarksville, IN, 812-280-8555

Oriental House

A variety of seafood options. $$

4302 Shelbyville Rd, 502-897-1017


An extensive Chinese menu at low prices. $


Café at Derby City Antique Mall

122 Sears Ave, 502-897-9721

3819 Bardstown Rd, 502-458-6111 I-264 exit 16 SE, 1/2 mi from Hikes Ln in the

Upscale restaurant with a focus on regional flavors. $$$ | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013




Restaurants Nightlife Accommodations Stevie Ray’s SOUTH 230 E Main St, 502-582-9945 ●

Voodoo martinis and live blues music. $$

Vietnam Kitchen Highland Park, 5339 Mitscher Ave, 502-363-5154 Locally-renowned Vietnamese food, served in an out-of-the-way locale. $$

Rooster’s Wings

Sully’s Restaurant and Saloon 434 S Fourth St, 502-585-4100 Drink specials offered and a DJ. $$

BBC Taproom 636 E Main St, 502-584-2739

4420 Dixie Hwy, 502-384-0330 Chicken, burgers, and pub food. $$


Local Bluegrass Brewing Company beer. $$

Garage Bar 700 E Market St, 502-749-7100

10600 Dixie Hwy, 502-937-0293 Casual dining restaurant. $

Wood-fired pizza, ham bar, oysters, and specialty drinks. $$

FiX Nightclub

Ralph’s 4112 Cane Run Rd, 447-0908 Enjoy American dishes such as their housemade “Charlie burger.” $

Senor Iguanas

116 E Main St, 502-417-3760 Light shows, DJs, and dancing all night. $$

Bar at Blu 280 W Jefferson St, 502-627-5045

3105 S Second St, 502-368-0876

Sophisticated martini bar. $$$

Authentic Mexican food featuring fajitas, burritos, nachos, enchiladas, and signature margaritas. $$

Blind Pig


A gastropub serving trendy, sophisticated comfort food. $$

1076 E Washington St, 502-618-0600



NoWhere Bar

The Brown Hotel

335 W Broadway, 502-583-1234 The Lobby Bar at this 1923 Louisville landmark hotel, with its opulent hand-painted, two-story ceiling, is an ideal place to spend an elegant evening. A light fare menu is available & a pianist entertains on Thurs & Fri evenings. Open Mon - Sun 4 pm - 2 am. $$$

1133 Bardstown Rd, 502-262-1086 High-end, upscale bar with a lively weekend scene. $$

Molly Malone’s Irish Pub and Restaurant 933 Baxter Ave, 502-473-1222 Traditional Irish pub fare. Live music on Fridays and Saturdays. $$

Dine In • Carry Out • Catering 10 % off any item

Plainview Village, 9816 Linn Station Road, 502-565-1220 28


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Harvest Homecoming Festival

purses. There are also booths serving food such as pumpkin rolls, barbeque, chicken and dumplings, baked goods, and ice cream. The riverfront activities, kids’ events, and contests provide fun for the whole family. The riverfront activities contain musical performances by bands such as 64west and the Juicebox Heroes at the Riverfront Amphitheater, cornhole tournaments, and an auto show. Among the many kids’ events are the children’s tractor pull, kids’ dog show, and the baby photo contest. There are contests for costumes, baking and pumpkin decorating. Closing ceremonies for the festival are October 13 at 4:15 pm on the Harvest Homecoming Stage. The ceremony includes drawings for prizes and awards. For more information and event times visit the Harvest Homecoming website. | Your Guide to Louisville Since 1951 | October 2 - 15, 2013 WHiGL 29

The Harvest Homecoming Festival began as a three-day pumpkin event and grew over the past 46 years to include food, live music, arts and crafts, children’s activities, and the Harvest Homecoming parade. This festival occurs October 5-13 at Pearl, Bank, and Market Streets in New Albany, Indiana. Opening ceremonies are on the first Saturday at 11:30 am and include the Harvest Homecoming parade, starting at noon. It features approximately 120 floats, dance troupes, clowns, bands, and other entertainers. The parade starts at New Albany High School and travels south on Vincennes Street, west on Spring Street, north on Bank Street, and ends at the intersection of Bank and Elm Streets. Pearl, Bank, and Market Streets are blocked off and lined with vendor booths selling handmade jewelry, t-shirts, and


Restaurants Nightlife Accommodations ●

The Back Door

1250 Bardstown Rd Pub food, happy hours are available. $

Monkey Wrench

1025 Barret Ave, 502-582-2433 College bar and lounge with live music. $$


975 Baxter Ave, 502-458-1828 Unlimited beer and pizza offered on Wednesday nights with DJ. $$


VIP Rental Home 502-632-1771 Enjoy the privacy of your own home away from home. VIP offers guests a variety of locations, sizes & home styles. Homes are available for special Louisville events like the Kentucky Derby, Breeders’ Cup, Thunder Over Louisville, Ironman, Senior PGA or a short-term or long-term option at any time of year. Contact the Head Concierge by phone or at

1123 Bardstown Rd, 502-459-8020

The Brown Hotel

A karaoke bar that serves only beer, wine and sake. $

335 W Broadway, 502-583-1234


3930 Chenoweth Sq, 502-618-2222 Relax in the lounge with a bar featuring beer, wine and specialty cocktails. Happy hours 5 7 pm nightly. $$$


131 Breckenridge Ln, 502-891-8883 Upstairs skybar with live musicians. $$

60 West Bistro and Martini Bar

3939 Shelbyville Rd, 502-719-9717 60+ martini list. $$

Jack’s Lounge

122 Sears Ave, 502-897-9721 Swanky martini bar attached to Equus. $$$

Jerry Green and Friends

2800 Breckenridge Ln, 502-614-0706 Night club featuring live music on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. $$




Classic, English Renaissance architecture defines The Brown. Of its opulent, two-story lobby with hand-painted, plaster-relief ceiling & marble floor, a “Southern Living” writer notes, “I love a grand hotel. I adore sweeping into a lavish lobby that looks as though it came straight from a 1930s movie set.” Downtown and 2 blocks from 4th Street Live! Complimentary airport shuttle & high speed wireless Internet. Since 1923, this elegant hotel has been Louisville’s long standing love.

Ramada Louisville North 1041 Zorn Ave, 1-866-460-7456 Offers wireless Internet access, complimentary weekday newspapers, phones with free local calls, and recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a fitness facility. Includes a restaurant and a bar/lounge.

SpringHill Suites Louisville Downtown 132 E Jefferson, 502-569-7373 Offers suites 25% larger than traditional rooms as an ideal choice for families, traveling sports groups, or business travelers. Complimentary breakfast, 24-hour fitness center and heated indoor pool. Convenient shuttle service to several nearby businesses.

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