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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Picks for Things to Do this Weekend around Louisville: October 30,31,November 1

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Have little ones? Start the day off at House of Boom! KidJump time is  9am-10am and they have special pricing per hour for jump times for ages 6 & under. Best part: one accompanying adult jumps free per child paid - great exercise! (This excludes the 2 and under jump for free.)

End the day on Hillcrest - the "Halloweeniest" street in Louisville. Invented that word, by the way - you like?  Click here to learn about Hillcrest Halloween.

Head to the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass at 2pm. The first 150 kids 12 & under receive a free trick-or-treat bag at Guest Services! Most of the stores are participating - check their windows for special trick-or-treating clings.  Trick-or-treating ends at 5pm - just in time to head back home and go out in your neighborhood!
Last chance to go to the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular. See their Facebook page for details regarding weather - they are good about updating it.   

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Early Literacy Ideas for Fall 2015

Autumn is such a great time of year for fun storytelling and story sharing with your kids! Here's another LouFamFun early literacy post with some fresh ideas!

Books to Share: 

 photo IMG_8467_zps5ppk47pc.jpg~ Apples and Pumpkins by Anne Rockwell
~ The Busy Little Squirrel by Nancy Tafuri
~ Apple Farmer Annie by Monica Wellington
~ It's Pumpkin Time by Zoe Hall
~ Fall Leaves Fall by Zoe Hall
~ The Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert

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I'm an orange pumpkin
Fat and round
Growing in a cornfield
on the ground
I'll be a jack-o-lantern
with two big eyes
Or maybe I'll be baked
in a pumpkin pie!

Pumpkin, pumpkin
Sat on a wall
Pumpkin, pumpkin
Tip and fall
Pumpkin, pumpkin
Roll down the street
Pumpkin, pumpkin
Trick or treat!
(Bounce child throughout song)

50 Autumn Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers from The Imagination Tree

Snack Time Recipe: 
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Louisville Local Spot for Learning and Literacy: 

I recommend checking out Side by Side Studio this fall. They are a family art and craft studio located in the Clifton area. They have six week sessions of toddler and preschool offerings for incredible arts experiences with young ones and have many dates on their calendar. These include Mixed Ages Create-Make-Explore for 18 months-5 years, In addition, they have After School Elementary Art for ages 6-11 years. 

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They also offer Family Art Night for the whole family to enjoy. I'm constantly seeing Facebook events on the Side by Side FB page, so be sure to check that out as well. Recently I saw a Drop-In Creative Learning Through Play time that looked fabulous!

Also be sure to check your local library for fun storytimes and other fall events. Remember the Louisville Free Public Library has a 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program that you can start any time.

By guest contributor: Erin

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Review of Tom+Chee in St. Matthews, KY

 photo 11231088_10207111987303633_7171283771816151495_n_zpsh19esiyq.jpgOne of two locations in Louisville, Tom+Chee (111 St. Matthews Ave.) is a cute, colorful place that puts a spin on your classic grilled cheese and tomato soup!

The menu is as cute as the atmosphere, boasting fun creations like:

HIPPY+CHEE – Hummus, cucumber, mixed greens, tomato, and cheddar on wheat - $4.95

PEP+CHEE – Pepperoni, tomato sauce, and mozzarella on sourdough - $4.95
 photo 10154563_10207111987623641_6011096324226381299_n_zpsqks3dbxm.jpg If you’re feeling adventurous, try the fancy grilled cheese donuts! Yes, I said DONUTS! Don’t knock ‘em ‘til you’ve tried ‘em! Both of my children opted away from the basic kids meal (classic grilled cheese plus a kids size soup (which can be substituted with fresh fruit or chips), and a drink for $3.95 - **FREE with a combo meal every Tuesday), and went for the popular donut creations. My daughter went as far as to get THE KING, which consists of bananas, peanut butter, mascarpone and mozzarella cheese on a donut! My son stuck with a classic grilled cheese … on a donut!

 photo 11138490_10207111988143654_2972268119283514632_n_zpsbviy70ni.jpgSandwich selections range in price from $4.95-6.45

You can also add chips to your meal, or a side of soup for dunking! Salads are also on the menu, and might I suggest the Grilled Cheese Salad?!

The St. Matthews location is open daily, 11am-9pmThis grilled cheese loving family WILL be back again!!!

This location offers nightly specials such as Kids Eat Free on Tuesdays. Like Tom+Chee St. Matthews on Facebook visit often for posted pop-up specials!

By Guest Contributor: Karen

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Week in Preview October 26th-29th

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Boo! Have a spooktacular week filled with fun!

Here are my picks for the week!

Live it: Join Mama's Hip for some not too spooky Halloween stories on Monday, October 26th! Come dressed in costume for a Halloween dance party too! Fun for kiddos up to 5 and is FREE and is open to all. Click here for more information!

Eat it: Head over to IHOP for some scary face pancakes!Find out more here!

Move it: Go bowling! Pick a bowling alley near you and have a fun night out with the kids. Some places include: Ken Bowl, Kingpin Lanes, or Ten Pin Strike & Spare.

Learn it: Have fun learning at the Kentucky Science Center for their early-childhood FREE Play Date on Tuesday, October 27th. More information can be found here!

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Thursday, October 22, 2015

Picks for Things to Do this Weekend around Louisville: October 23,24,25

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It's the Annual Dreams with Wings Jack O’Lantern Stroll at Louisville Slugger Field! Over 1,500 beautifully carved pumpkins, trick-or-treating, games, crafts, Louisville’s largest pumpkin pie by Heitzman’s Traditional Bakery. There will be members of the Louisville League of Mascots, University of Louisville athletes, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, live music and so much more.
It's free - donations encouraged.

Step back in time for 18th Century entertainment at Locust Grove - The 18th C. Market Fair.
The Illinois Regiment of Virginia will bring the spirit of the past alive with the Market Fair. 18th c. style entertainment, purchase replicas of 18th century military and household items, and enjoy period food and drink. You can meet and converse with early Americans. There will be mock battles and Native Americans present as well. Concessions available, historic and modern. Admission for adults is $8 and children $4 10am-4:30pm (Sunday as well)

I always love an excuse to shop! From 1-4pm at Paddock Shops it's FEST-O-WEEN trick-or-treating, children's activities and a free Earth Fare pumpkin with a $10 receipt from any Paddock Shops retailer (while supplies last)... see you there!

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Review of Shady Lane Farms Pumpkin Patch in Shepherdsville, KY

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 photo photo201_zpsnqe2pbfd.jpgMy family and I took a drive to Bullitt County to visit Shady Lane Farms Pumpkin Patch for our annual pumpkin picking trip. Shady Lanes is a smaller farm located off of Highway 44 in Shepherdsville. There are large orange signs off of Highway 44 directing you to turn with smaller signs pointing you to the driveway as you go down C.E. Smith Road.

Once we parked, we immediately went and purchased tickets for the hayride out to the pumpkin patch, as well as tickets to the corn maze ($1 per ticket per person per attraction). We then hopped on the waiting trailer and took a short ride through a wooded area, through a barn, and past a cow pasture next to the corn maze. After being dropped off, we decided to choose a pumpkin before going inside the maze. There were pumpkins sitting next to where we were dropped off to choose from or you could wander into the patch to search for more. The patch was grown up with pumpkins, some fully grown and others still growing, so we had to be careful not to step on the new ones. After looking around my boys decided to get greens ones so they could turn them into creepers. They then headed into the maze. It took them about 10-15 minutes to make it out.

When we returned to the gathering area at the front of the farm, we paid for our pumpkins ($6 each) and decided to get a snack. They had multiple offerings and we decided on brownies, ghost shaped rice krispie treats, and some soft drinks. They also have chili, nachos, hot dogs, and more to choose from. You could even buy apples, relish, preserves, eggs, and grass fed Angus beef. Shady Lane also offers gourds, Indian corn, straw bales, and mini pumpkins. We ate our snacks at a table under the trees but they also have a covered area with tables to eat at.

 photo photo204_zpsnvadlskn.jpgAfter devouring our food, the boys took a turn swinging on the tire swings, climbing on the hay bales, playing on the seesaw, and checking out the chickens. Shady Lanes also had goats you could feed (.25 for the food) but we forgot and missed this opportunity.

We had a great time enjoying Shady Lane Farms and appreciated the fact that it wasn’t really big and not really crowded. Shady Lanes is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-6pm. It is located at 340 C.E. Smith Road in Shepherdsville. Make sure to bring cash or check as debit and credit cards are not accepted.

By Guest Contributor: Kelly

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Review of Issac's Cafe at Bernheim Forest

 photo 20150707_193353_zpsvsbej6aj.jpgIf you're anything like me, you're probably already asking yourself, Berheim has a place to eat?!?!? And the answer, I have found, is definitely YES! And what a hidden gem it is!

 photo 20150707_192319_zpst95dnqrk.jpgIssac's Cafe offers a variety of food choices, some changing weekly depending on that week's harvest. Yes, harvest! A lot of what goes in to the cafe's menu of fresh soups, salads and sandwiches largely relies on what was picked just 200-steps (literally) from the front door. Here is where you'll find Bernheim's Edible Garden, boasting every different kind of vegetable, herbs, and fruits one can imagine. Not only does Issac's rely heavily on what is grown in their Edible Garden, but the breads in which your sandwich is created on comes from the Breadworks Company, and they obtain their eggs, cheeses & meats only from local farmers!

 photo 20150707_181354_zpszzbjnh7t.jpg The salads I had the pleasure of tasting, both the Roasted Beet and Kale Slaw, were excellent. The sandwiches may look simple, but with the beautifully FRESH produce, cheeses and breads, they are nothing short of outstanding! So flavorful and different, I strongly advise either the Grilled Veggie Panini or the Nutty Bird.

 photo 20150707_191318_zpsjlq5umst.jpg *One advantage of being such a small operation is that there are many options that can be made to fit into a vegan's lifestyle!

As for the kiddos, there is a choice of PB&J (with locally made jam on wheatberry bread), Grilled Cheese, or Turkey or Ham and Cheese (both on wheatberry bread).

 photo 20150707_184055-1_zpsrdpcpeb8.jpg Prices are very reasonable, ranging from $1.29 for side salads, up to $7.95 for the Nutty Bird sandwich. Kid's menu options are each $3.95.

If you're still hungry after all this deliciousness, Issac's also offers baked goods from local bakers, as well as ice cream from the Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen.

No longer will our family outing consist of me scrambling beforehand to pack enough lunches and snacks - we'll be heading over to Issac's for a delicious lunch made from everything wonderful right there around us! Make your next trip to Bernheim something a little more interesting, flavorful, (*and even educational) for the kids --- tour the gardens beforehand, then order some soup, salad & sandwiches to taste what you just saw!!

Issac's Cafe is situated within Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest - follow the signs upon entering. It's open Daily 11am-4pm, closed on major holidays.

By Guest Contributor: Karen

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Week in Preview October 19th-22nd

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Halloween is just around the corner, before things get too spooky get out and have some fun!

Here are my picks for the week!

Live it: Take a drive up 65 and visit the Indianapolis Children's Museum. Find more information about tickets and hours here!

Eat it: Head over to Clucker's on Wednesday and get a Kid's Chicken Ring Basket for $.99 with an adult purchase. (12 and under only). Find out more here!

Move it: Have some Halloween fun and make an obstacle course at home or with some friends at the park. Click here and here for some fun ideas or check Pinterest for more!
Learn it: Head over to the Louisville Zoo now that the weather is cooler and explore the animals that you see. You can also take advantage of all the fun Halloween decorations scattered about while you are exploring!   
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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Picks for Things to Do this Weekend around Louisville: October 16,17,18

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The Parklands is opening Turkey Run Park! It's a new area of the amazing gem of a park.  Get the family out for some excercise in this lovely fall weather and explore!

In the evening, it's the Halloween Parade along Baxter starting at 7pm.  It's a unique experience - let's put it that way.  A parade like no other - we always get a kick out of it.  If you have little ones who aren't so sure about people in all kinds of costumes, you might want to wait until they are a bit older.

Ninth & O is having a great fall festival this Saturday from 11am to 2pm.  Watch this video for details.  Everything is FREE!  Pony rides, hay rides, hot dogs, game truck and more!

Head to 4th Street live with the Kentucky Science Center. FREE interactive and educational event with live entertainment, activities, meet & greets, games, and giveaways!  The theme for this weekend's event is "Lousiville Legends."  It takes place from 11am to 6pm - combine it with lunch or dinner downtown.

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Review of Fall Weekend Fall Festival at Slow Poke Farm in Bullitt County, KY

 photo IMG_8454_zps1duizxwr.jpgRecently my family and I ventured out to Bullitt County to check out Slow Poke Farm on a beautiful fall day. It did not disappoint!

In the fall, on Saturdays and Sundays only, they have a Fall Festival, and we went on a Sunday afternoon and stayed for a few hours. When we drove up the gravel road to the parking area and the farm, you feel like you're driving up to someone's home for a visit. It is an old white farm house that sits on many acres of farmland. The place was bustling with children and families playing around the farm area and picking pumpkins from the pumpkin patch.
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We walked over to the large barn area where they were selling drinks, snacks, food items, handmade crafts and vegetables picked right out of their garden. We paid the woman sitting there the admission fee, which was very reasonably priced. Admission includes a hayride, feeding the cows, the corn maze, the hay barrel maze, roasting marshmallows over the campfire, playing as long as you want around the playground, and more. Also included is a ticket you will turn in after you head to the pumpkin patch to pick out your pumpkin.
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We had a lovely day. The hay ride was one of the longest ones we've been on in a while, it took you way out to the fields and stopped to feed the cows (watch out for the slobber!) and let you go through the corn maze. It was just so peaceful! That and the pumpkin patch picking were two of our favorite things to do that day. At just a few miles outside of Louisville, Slow Poke Farm is a great family owned farm to visit to avoid the crowds of some of the other pumpkin patches around the area.

 photo slow20poke201_zpsyhbq8rgq.jpgThe Fall Festival runs each Saturday (12pm-7pm) and Sunday (12pm-7pm) throughout October. Admission is $8 for adults, $4 for children ages 4-12, $2 for children 3 and under. See their website for more information. We drove out Bardstown Road from the Gene Snyder to KY-480W and turned right; the farm is a few miles down the road on your right.

You could also make a longer day out of your trip and head to Bardstown, KY to explore there!

By guest contributor: Erin

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Fall Getaway to Warren County, OH

I was hosted for part of the trip for purpose of review. 

Here's something a little different - a video review!  Please enjoy this information about a great, affordable weekend getaway option.  When you don't have to spend a ton on gas or airplane tickets, you can put those dollars toward attractions, entertainment and dining!

Links for information about places in the video:
Warren County - Ohio's Largest Playground


Sunday, October 11, 2015

Week in Preview October 12th-15th

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Pumpkins, art, and pizza! Fun for the week is here!

Here are my picks for the week!

Live it: Visit Iroquois Park and enjoy the Jack O' Lantern Spectacular! This fantastic family event runs from October 8th-November 1st. Tickets are cheaper if you go Sunday-Thursday. Check it out here for more information!

Eat it: Angilo's Pizza has a large 1 topping pizza for $10.99 everyday until October 31st! Check them out here!

Move it: Take a drive to Mammoth Cave National Park and go on a cave tour! Find more information here!

Learn it: Family Art Night is being held at the Iroquois Library starting at 6:30pm on October 15th. More information can be found here for this event and more!

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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Picks for Things to Do this Weekend

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I'm hoping for a gorgeous fall weekend!

There are many fall festivals this weekend.  Pick on for Friday night!  Maybe Harvest Homecoming, Belknap Festival or Garvin Gates Blues Festival.  Pick one to do with the kids or take them to a Parent's Night Out option (like My Gym or All About Kids Slumber Party) and have a night out with friends.

Start the day at the Awesome Outdoor Products free open house starting at 10am.  Finish the day at the Louisville Zoo World's Largest Halloween Party!  The day looks perfect for an evening of trick-or-treating at the zoo!

Farmington's Harvest Fest - 10am to 5pm.  Historic property, fall fun - sounds like a win win!

It's the Teal Pumpkin Playdate at 3pm - Seneca Park.  Have a child with food allergies or want to support those who do?  Bring a pumpkin and painting supplies and get together to make a teal pumpkin for the Teal Pumpkin Project for Halloween.  Click here to learn more.

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Review of ColorFest at Bernheim Forest

The ColorFest at Bernheim Forest is one event you don’t want to miss! The festival is October 17th (10-5) and 18th (10-5) and trust me, you can spend the entire day at the festival! Let me try my best to pack in the details in this review for you!

 photo Eli tight rope_zpstwhuioms.jpgTo say this festival is family-friendly is a complete understatement. First of all, the festival is FREE! There is a small $5 environmental fee per car for non-members, but still, $5 allows you to experience an array of free activities geared toward children and adults.

Let’s start with the hay maze because once your children see it, they will be drawn to it! Children are allowed to run and play by this volunteer monitored hay maze while parents snap perfect fall candid pictures of them. Surrounding the hay maze are antique tractors for more exploring and imaginative play, free crafts from community vendors, a “Discovery Station” area that includes Kentucky Science Center and Bernheim Forest hands-on activities.

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Also near the hay maze is the hayride. One pointer I will give you is to make sure you sign up for your preferred hayride time because it sells out fast! The hayride is $2 per person and lasts about thirty minutes. We did not get to do the hayride because we didn’t know it sold out so quickly, but I think it’s safe to assume that the fall colors were a beautiful sight!

But wait, there’s more! Make your way toward the Research Center and you will find a Boy Scout rope bridge ($1 donation fee), an entertainment stage used for musical performances and demonstrations by the Kentucky Science Center and a Nature Arts area that includes making your own mud pie, coloring, nature jewelry making and mural painting.

Keep walking because you’re not finished! Free face painting is available and then a fun pumpkin launch and roll will entertain the children for a long time! You can pay $2 per pumpkin or 3/$5 at the catapult launch. The pumpkin roll is free for all ages. My children had a blast at this center and had to be pulled away!

 photo Pumpkin launch_zpso7udyaac.jpgAre you hungry from all of the different activities yet? There is an assortment of food trucks at the ColorFest, too! A few of the foods we saw included: burgoo, lobster, gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, crepes and ice cream. There is also a cafĂ© inside the visitor’s center and of course, families can pack their own snacks and meals. There are plenty of seating areas and indoor restrooms are available.

For the arts and craft enthusiasts, the ColorFest offers festival goers an opportunity to shop one of a kind items and view demonstrations from the Friendship Spinners inside the Visitor Center. There was also a cooking demonstration using some items from Bernheim’s edible garden.

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For the brave individuals, one can see and touch creatures found at Bernheim Forest. My children were drawn to the corn snake, slimy critters and bee exhibit. There was also a table set up with different animal skins and tracks for the kids to touch. Raptor Rehab happened to be at the ColorFest on the day we were there, so there were even more cool creatures to view.

If you want to take a short break from the festival, there is an I Spy Trail off of the Visitor’s Center. It will take you to Cedar Pond where families can relax and, once again, get great fall foliage photographs!

Phew! Did you catch all of that? Like I said before, the ColorFest is a full day’s worth of entertainment at beautiful Bernheim Forest. Bernheim Forest is located twenty minutes south of Louisville. Mark your calendars now, because this is one festival you will return to each year!

By Guest Contributor: Nicolle

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Review of Junie B. Jones The Musical at Derby Dinner Playhouse

Our writer was granted free admission for the purpose of this review. 

 photo IMG_8819_zps67ze96cv.jpgOn Saturday, my daughter and I had the opportunity to attend the opening lunch showing of Junie B. Jones The Musical at Derby Dinner Playhouse. If you have a young child-- especially a girl, you are probably familiar with Barbara Parks' beloved book series Junie B. Jones. The books star Junie B. (of course!) and focus on the typical ups and downs of life in the early elementary years. The musical is definitely on par with the books. The story chronicles the beginning of Junie B's 1st grade year, as she struggles to find her place in an atmosphere that isn't quite as familiar as she expected.

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Derby Dinner had a full house for the opening lunch performance. We arrived about 10 minutes after the doors opened and had to wait for about 10 minutes to get into the theater. We still had plenty of time to chat and enjoy our lunch before the lights dimmed for the show.

Because the show is a musical, there are several songs. However, there is still plenty narration and the story flowed well and was easy to follow. My 6 yr old daughter and I found ourselves laughing several times throughout the performance. There are some really fun characters, quick costume changes and talented singers. My favorite song of all featured Gladys Gutzman, the cafeteria lady. It was hilarious!

Junie B. Jones The Musical will be at Derby Dinner Playhouse Oct. 17, 24, 26, 31 and Nov. 7. Tickets can be purchased HERE.

 photo IMG_8828_zpsn6dzsjpq.jpgWe noticed some other wonderful children's theater shows coming Derby Dinner Playhouse. November and December will feature Jack Frost Saves Christmas, and Santa will be at every performance. The feature for February 27 - April 2 will be Charlotte's Web. We can't wait to see that beloved classic! Finally, in early summer, everyone's favorite pink cupcake-eating gal, Pinkalicious, will take the stage. Check the website for more information, tickets and season pass information. There are even birthday party packages available. We saw several kids celebrating their birthday on Saturday!

By Guest Contributor: Brandy

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Week in Preview October 5th-8th

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Fall break is upon us, here are some fun ideas to keep the kids busy!

Here are my picks for the week!

Live it: Cross the river for a trip to Green Tree Mall for their Kid's Club. The Nutty Scientists Visit and kids will love this really NUTTY but NOT SO SCARY Workshop, on Tuesday, October 6th, from 11:00am – noon, held in Center Court. For more information, go here!

Eat it: On Monday or Tuesday, head over to Bearno's Pizza for kids eat FREE! Dine in only. Check it out here!
Move it: Visit the Falls of the Ohio State Park and fish, hike, walk, fossil view, bird watch or have a picnic. Or do all of the above! Find more information here!

Learn it: To help kick off Art & Music Month at the Library in October, they have partnered with Kentucky Opera to offer some exciting programs. Opera for Preschoolers: Monday, October 5 - Jeffersontown @ 10:30 a.m.; St. Matthews @ 1 p.m.Tuesday, October 6 - Iroquois @ 10:15 a.m.; Highlands-Shelby Park @ 1:30 p.m. or Wednesday, October 7 - Middletown @ 2 p.m.

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Thursday, October 1, 2015

Picks for Things to Do this Weekend around Louisville: October 2,3,4

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Yes, there are Halloween this weekend-see those HERE.

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Use BBBS2015 for a discounted ticket!
Free canoeing!  Head to Shawnee Park 10am-4:30pm for the Urban Wilderness Canoe Adventure.  They are hosting free canoe trips on a 24-foot canoe that fits 9 people.
First come, first served - must be 3 years of age or older.  See details HERE.


It's playoff time for LouFamFun's favorite team.  Get your tickets for the excitement - use code BBBS2015 to save - game starts at 7:30pm at Slugger Field. We recommend arriving by 7pm to watch warm-ups.  If you stand behind home plate, you/your kids can get some high-fives when the players head back to the locker room before the game.  My son loves that!  

Close out the weekend with a fall festival in Prospect.  Admission is free with a donated item for the Louisville Rescue Mission.  It's at Gingerwoods from 5-8pm.  See details about activities and what kinds of donated items they are collecting by clicking HERE.

Have a fabuLOUs weekend,