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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Things to do this weekend around Louisville - November 8,9,10

You know what I am doing this weekend with the kids?  Raking leaves....a lot of them.  I live at the end of the street in a cul-de-sac and not only do the leaves from the 12+ trees in my yard drop all over my yard but my yard serves as a stopping point for all wind blown leaves on my street. It's impressive.  Good exercise for the family considering I am still eating Halloween candy, we all are.

Don't forget to check out the Kids Eat Free VIP Card -  Erin just used it at J. Gumbo's on Poplar Level Rd, Maggie has used it at Clifton's Pizza and I've used it at Copper Cupcake. Savings all around!

Check out this LouFamFun podcast on Louisville.am - It's my interview with one of our writers, Tami Pyles. It's all about kids with food allergies to educate us all about the challenges that go along with it and how we can all help keep these kids safe.  Great one to listen to with all of the holidays and parties we may be attending!

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

 photo IMG_5599_zps290cb1ae.jpgFriday:
Have a little one that likes to bounce? Sky zone has Toddler Time (Ages 5 and under) EVERY FRIDAY MORNING from 11am - 12pm. It's less expensive than on a normal visit, we love that! It's $8 per toddler.

Friday night, take a break from cooking and try a new family-friendly local restaurant. We have a list, of course - click here.

It's your last chance to enjoy breakfast and see Miss Nelson has a Field Day at Derby Dinner Playhouse!

Louisville Nature Center is having an event called Turkey Time Tid-bits  from 10:00 to 11:00am.   It's a fun educational hour about the bird of the month with a craft also.  It's free for members and volunteers; $3 per person/$12 for groups of 4 or more. It's limited to 15 participants and you must register by Friday, Nov. 8 at close of office hours.

Check out our holiday events post, Santa arrives at Bass Pro Shops in Clarksville this weekend!  They have a fun event starting at 5 pm and running until 8pm with all sorts of free holiday cheer.

It's going to be a lovely day (at least that's what's predicted when I am typing this on Wednesday).  How about getting active with your family on Sunday.
Try a park or trail, we like: Anchorage Trail, Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve, Okolona Park, Seneca Park, and Tyler Park (just to name a few!). Or, take a stroll over the Big Four Bridge and grab a bit to eat in Nulu. Better yet, grab your bikes and explore a family-friendly bike path!  So many ways to enjoy a sunny Sunday in Louisville.  

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,


Carrie said...

Where was the photo taken in your most recent pin of your son crawling through water? The pinterest link takes you to this thread about activities happening Nov 7-9.

Louisville Family Fun said...

Can you post the link to the pin so I can check which one you are talking about? I pin a lot!

Carrie said...


Louisville Family Fun said...

Thanks! I fixed it!