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Thursday, April 7, 2016

Picks for Things to Do this Weekend around Louisville: April 8,9,10


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Check out our Spring Fun Page & Deals Page !

Friday:
If you are looking to round out Spring Break - head to Renaissance Fun Park. For just $20, you get unlimited fun. Go Karts, Mini Golf, Laser Tag.  They open at 10am!


One Love Louisville is looking to inspire youth to become active in the community to help develop ways to engage everyone in positive activities and reduce violence. They are inviting Louisville youth (8-18yrs) and their families to join them as they celebrate the release of the One Love Louisville Youth Edition action plan from 4-7pm at the California Community Center! There will be music & free food........Give-a-Ways too! (First 100 youth receive gifts.)  To vote on top ideas for reducing violence throughout Louisville, be there between 4:00-5:00pm. To hear and/or meet Mayor Fischer and Director of Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods, Rashaad Abdur-Ahmaad be there by 5:00pm!

Saturday: 
Have a Wildcat fan in the family? UK Wildcat, Alex Poythress will be at Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass from 2 - 3:30pm! Meet him at Campus Warehouse. First autograph is $25 and includes a complimentary featured print. $15 for each additional signature.

Please note: the previously suggested archery event at Jefferson Memorial Forest, has been cancelled due to the forecast of cold temperatures and high winds. Instructions for credit or refund are available on the event page. This program will be offered again in August. 
Sunday:  
UofL’s Opera Theatre presents one of the most beloved, family-friendly classics, Mozart’s “The Magic Flute,” in the Kentucky Center’s Bomhard Theater at 2pm.  UofL’s rendition will play up the story’s magical aspects with special effects like smoke, black lights, video projections and slight-of-hand tricks! The show is an accessible introduction to opera for those who may be unfamiliar with the age-old art form, but are curious. Tickets are $20, $10 for students and seniors, free for all UofL students, staff and faculty. For tickets go to kentuckycenter.org or call 502-584-7777. Kentucky Center members call 502-566-5144.


Have a fabuLOUs weekend!
~Stephanie

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