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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Things to do this weekend November 1,2,3

Tomorrow is November - time is flying!  By the way, Happy Halloween!  I know Halloween has been spread out all of the week because of the apocalyptic weather predictions but today is still Halloween, isn't it?  Will the ghosts and goblins know to wait until Friday to come out for a scare - I wonder if they have been watching the local news?

Check our Fall Festivals Post because it's still fall and there are still fund events! And, don't forget to check out the Kids Eat Free VIP Card -  it's a delicious deal.

Check out this LouFamFun podcast on Louisville.am -How are you doing with our Louisville Bucket List?

 

Picks for the weekend - There's no boredom when there's LouFamFun

Friday:

I suppose a lot of you will be trick or treating - that's what we will be doing.

Otherwise, here's a super fun event:
Fall Harvest Hay Ride in Clarksville at Lapping Park (park cars at Wooded View Golf Course) It's 6:00 - 8:30 pm (last hay ride boarding at 8:00 pm) You just need a donation of one canned good or non-perishable food item to attend. The tractor stops at Endris Lodge for a campfire and songs. Also, at 7:00 pm, the Indiana Natural Resources Raptor Center at Hardy Lake will have owls on display in the Lodge with a short "Owl Prowl" hike to look and listen for owls. Hot dogs, s'mores kits, soft drinks and hot chocolate available for purchase.

 photo newwhiglwebsitelowres_zps20a67102.jpgSaturday:
Check out our recent post about things to do with your serious Halloween candy haul. Do you and the kids really need to eat all of that?  Here's ideas about crafts and area places to swap!


Can you get a Parent's Night out?  If so, check out the new WHiGL website and click on "Things to do" and "Neighborhoods" to find a new area of town to explore.  Restaurants and nightlife options everywhere!
If you don't already have a sitter, Louisville Gymnastics is having a Parent's Night Out event for kids ages 3-12, check out details here.

Sunday:
It's the fall book sale for the Louisville Free Public Library. The Friends of the Library It takes place Friday through Sunday at the South Louisville Community Center (2911 Taylor Boulevard)and is Open to the Public: Saturday, Nov. 2, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 3, 1 - 5 p.m.

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,
Stephanie

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