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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Picks for things to do this weekend around Louisville: February 17,18,19

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Check out our "Free things to do in February" post 

Did you see the weather forecast? It's going to be a warm weekend!  Let's all get outside!


Friday
Spending your afternoon at a new-to-you park.  Have you been to Turkey Run or Broad Run in the Parklands? These two areas are the newer parts of The Parklands and they have spots for amazing views from atop the yellow silo or at the crest of a hill.  There are bridges to cross, paths to follow and parks for playing.  Sounds perfect!

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Review of Floral Grind Florist and Coffeehouse

 photo IMG_1472_zpsuetdg5xt.jpgAfter hearing a lot of positive reviews from fellow parents and teachers at my son’s school we decided to check out Floral Grind Florist and Coffeehouse over the Holiday break. It was a slow day for them and we were the only customers there at first. We spent some time browsing through all the fun decorations, knick knacks, jewelry, and scarves that were on display/for sale before making our way to the menu wall. We arrived around Noon but were told that both breakfast and lunch items were available.

My six year old decided on a ham and cheese sandwich and I tried a chicken salad sandwich on a croissant, both as box lunches. My Mom decided on soup and a ½ sandwich. The box lunches came with a full sandwich, side (today’s options included potato salad or white chili), chips, and a cookie. We had a lot of food and we were all stuffed by the time we were done. Their menu changes at times (mostly their soups and sides) and can be found on their Facebook page.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Review of Hi-Five Doughnuts in Louisville, KY

 photo 20170115_125704_zpsczfvobnj.jpgJust pulling up to Hi-Five Doughnuts, in Butchertown’s Butcherblock, you’re immediately greeted by the bright yellow, inviting storefront. Be prepared to wait in line at least a few minutes. We thoughtfully picked, what I had assumed to be an "off" time of day, Sunday at about 12:30, but we still had a wait time of around 5 minutes. The line was to the front door of the small store, and never went down the entire time we were there– people just kept coming! Apparently, we weren’t the only ones in town excited to see that owners Annie Harlow and Leslie Wilson, better known as the Ladies of The Morning, added on to their doughnut food truck business by opening a store!

While in line, I suggest having another member of you party attempt to nab one of about 10 seats in the place if you plan on dining inside. There are 4 or 5 bar-stool style chairs along the back wall, and another 4 or 5 around a table at the front of the store (along with one cute wooden highchair).

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Week in Preview February 13th-16th

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Winter or spring? We aren't sure but we know it should be filled with fun!

Here are my picks for the week!

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Picks for things to do this weekend around Louisville: February 10,11,12


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Check out our "Free things to do in February" post 

This might be a popular "date night" weekend for parents so we have highlighted some childcare options that your kids will totally love...........no worrying about finding a babysitter, these businesses bring the fun and take care of it all for you.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Valentine's Day Fun & Events with Kids around Louisville, KY

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Here are a few sweet ideas for celebrating this holiday in Louisville with your little ones.

Sweet Treats

At The Artic Scoop from 2-4pm on February 11th, you can decorate your own Valentine's Day cookie. Head in for their unique liquid nitrogen ice cream and have a treat together.

Head to Muth’s Candy to treat your kiddo to a hand crafted confection made by a fourth generation of Louisville candy makers.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Consignment Sales in and around Louisville, Spring 2017

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 photo kidstuff_zpspmzvgr1e.jpgKidStuff Sale
Kentuckiana’s original children’s consignment event, can help you make them most of your family budget. For over 20 years, KidStuff Sale has been the one-stop shop for parents and families looking to stock up and save on everything they need for their kids. Our events consistently draw thousands of local parents and grandparents ready and willing to shop big. KidStuff Sale sellers earn more for their items than at yard sales or local consignment shops.

Imagine: No more buy-sell-trade shenanigans or yard sale haggling. Selling with KidStuff Sale means a bigger check and less frustration. 

KidStuff Sale provides a wide variety of high-quality items at even better prices. Our merchandise includes children’s clothing, indoor and outdoor toys, strollers, car seats and high chairs, bikes, books, games, nursery items, and much, more. KidStuff Sale is independently-owned and run by and for local families.
Our Spring 2017 event is March 9-12 at Louisville Sports Academy in Springhurst, near I-71 and Gene Snyder – the perfect intersection between Southern Indiana, Oldham County, and Louisville. Visit our website or Facebook event more information about selling and shopping." RSVP on our Facebook event for a chance to win $200 in FREE KidStuff!


 photo Kentucky Kids_zpsc9y1nt56.jpg Kentucky Kids Consignment Elizabethtown sale features everything babies, kids, teens, and expecting moms need! We'll have toys, furniture, infant gear, toys, shoes, bedding, books, games, toys, women's handbags, sports equipment, toys, DVD's, accessories, and did we mention toys? With over 700 sellers and 80,000 items, there should be something for everyone! Sellers earn at least 70% of each item's selling price.
Our Preferred Sellers who help during sale week are the first to shop at two exclusive presales. Located less than 3 miles from exit 94 of I-65 in Pritchard Community Center, 404 S. Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown.

Find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and visit our website for more details.

Open for shopping: Wednesday, March 1 from 7 pm to 9 pm for our VIP Presale - tickets $12.50 and VERY LIMITED! This is the only time there is an admission charge to shop!
Thursday, March 2 from 9 am to 8 pm Friday, March 3 from 9 am to 8 pm RESTOCKED with new inventory! Saturday, March 4 from 9 am to 4 pm with many remaining items half price!

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Sunday, February 5, 2017

Week in Preview February 6th-9th

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Happiness is a choice, make some wise decisions this week!

Here are my picks for the week!

Live it: Two Lousiville Legends Team Up for the Return of $5 February! Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and the Muhammad Ali Center is offering $5 Admission for Locals. Check it out here for more information!

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Free Things to Do in and around Louisville February 2017

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1. Valentine Pajama Breakfast at the Iroquois Louisville Free Public Library location –Saturday, February 4th at 10:30 a.m. Come dressed in your PJs for stories, Valentine’s crafting and breakfast in the library!

2. On the 3rd, take advantage of the First Friday Hop and ride the trolley over to the art district, or maybe just to go grab a bite to eat downtown.