Free Events in March
Are you ready for free events in March? We are! March brings cold rainy days, beautiful spring-like days and everything in between.
Make the most of this season-shifting month with some FREE family fun!
Are you looking forward to spring and lots of outdoor adventures with your kids? We give you FREE EVENTS in MARCH! This time of year always moves fast when the area is focused on getting to Spring Break, Easter, and Derby time and the end of the school year. Stick with us and we will make sure you don’t miss a thing this spring!
If you want some spring break ideas, we have many on our post about spring break close to Louisville – if you are up for something but don’t want to go too far.
Free admission all month at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens in Crestwood though March 25th. Explore the grounds, take a hike, relax with a good book or picnic lunch! Only open Tuesday – Friday 10am-4pm.
Flea Off Market Spring Kick Off is March 5th and 6th. They will have food trucks, great vendors, live music and so much more. This will be happening every weekend in March and April!
Farmer’s Markets are starting back up as we get ready for spring. This is definitely one of the best free events in March. Saturdays in March visit Beulah Presbyterian Church from 10am-1pm, check it out.
Join archaeologists from the Kentucky Archaeological Survey (KAS) for a FREE behind-the-scenes archaeology tour and learn to wash, identify, and study artifacts that were found in recent excavations at Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing. Drop-in: Between 9:30 am and 3:30 pm. Tour will take place at 11:30 am (weather permitting). Saturdays during March.
Kentucky Shakespeare presents this live two-actor performance of Shakespeare’s famous romantic comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” at the Northeast Library on March 5th. The audience will be engaged with professional actors in a creative show that focuses on the importance of self-respect, self-esteem, healthy relationships, and conflict resolution. Ages 6+, 2:00pm.
The Return of St. Patrick is the theme this year for The St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 12th. Streets close down and Parade begins at 3:00pm at the corner of Broadway & Baxter. Floats/Units continue down Baxter to Bardstown Road. The Parade ends at Windsor Place.
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