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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Things to do this weekend around Louisville - March 21,22,23

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I presume that this weekend, there will be a lot of you watching basketball. That will most certainly be happening at my house - brackets in hand to monitor my progress (or lack of progress).  I wish my kids would watch, that certainly would make my husband very happy!

What else is going on?

Here are my picks for the weekend!

Friday:
Shop the St. John's Kids Kloset - my family so appreciates this wonderful church and would love to see lots of you head there and help them raise a lot of money through this sale. It's open 9am-7pm on Friday and also on Saturday from 9am-1pm for half price day!

The Turners Circus is still going on. Check out our recent review.  Our Jeanette said that her kids were entertained the entire time.

Saturday:
Check out this cool place we hear about, Good Garbage.  They have kids (and adult) workshop during which you can turn trash into a treasure.  This weekend, they have a paper bag kite workshop for kids at 10:30am.  It is geared toward 5-10 year olds, registration required, donations accepted, parents must stay.

 photo bricksandminifigsgrandopeningforFB_zps6e96b81f.png It's the GRAND OPENING of Bricks & Minifigs in Middletown!  From 10am-7pm, head over there and pick a brick to save up to 50% off your purchase and be entered to win a birthday party.  Definitely heading there this weekend, my son is counting the days (hours really).

In the evening, take the family to see the Louisville Leopard Percussionists at The Brown Theatre for their Big Gig.  What an awesome night out supporting this fantastic group of local kids.  $15.



Sunday:
 photo mardisgrasrauch_zps04034453.jpgHead to the Planetarium and join LouFamFun for their Mardi Gras AFTER Party - this event was previously schedule for 3/2 but the weather interrupted it!

Kids get to make masks, UV bead necklaces and shakers and enjoy the awesome festive sound of the University of Louisville School of Music's Steel Drum Band. Perfect Little Planet will show hourly beginning at 1:30 PM, with the last show beginning at 4:30 PM. Every family will receive a BOGO coupon for a future visit to the planetarium. But wait, there's more, Comfy Cow "free single scoop" coupons will be given to kids while supplies last. Cost: $5/person (no free admits) Help support the planetarium!

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,
Stephanie

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