The 12th annual Bardstown Bound will take place on May 16th, and this year it is focussed on craft beer. Each year, Bardstown Bound kicks off the Summer season with some sort of themed jamboree to get the neighbors together and enjoy the weather. This year a craft beer tour has been added to the existing Valu Market beer festival. The finest restaurants and pubs in the city open their doors and participate in this annual Highlands favorite. Here are a few highlights: Continue reading “Bardstown Bound Beer Tour”
It’s April! Yay! We can quit worrying about snow storms and start worrying about torrential downpours flooding our city. It’s also my birth month, but that’s beside the point. It’s time for The Kentucky Derby Festival and all the events … Continue reading Cherokee Triangle Art Fair, Kentucky Derby Festival, and More
This time of year in Louisville always brings out the party in everyone. The Highlands alone typically has 30 or 40 different events that take place between the first day of Spring and the first day of Summer, and it’s common for Louisville residents to want to break loose when the weather changes from suck to awesome. I found out about a new event that will be taking place this year, and I wanted to share with you the few details that I know. Continue reading ““Rump Fest” – Highland Ave Block Party Coming Soon”
If you ask Highlands residents what their favorite thing about the neighborhood is, you will most certainly get a mixed bag of answers. That’s because there are so many incredible amenities available in the Highlands that it’s hard to nail … Continue reading 2015 St Patrick’s Parade in the Highlands
With somewhere around ten new independent Louisville restaurants opening in the last 6-12 months, our “foodie” (I hate that word) scene is expanding at an incredible rate. Some questions have been posed as to whether or not these chefs and restauranteurs will have equal shares in this market, or if some of these places might flicker out. I can confidently say that after personally eating at seven of these ten restaurants, I just don’t see any of them getting taken out by another. The list of new Louisville restaurants is diverse, and the competition, in my eyes, is not really competition at all. If you produce a great product, you will have repeat customers and market share no matter how many restaurants there are. Three of these new chef-owners want to prove it to you by creating a dining club in which they invade each other’s kitchens and collaborate on a special menu. Continue reading “How Many Tables? That Would Be 10 Tables”
A new art gallery is opening in the Highlands, and their grand opening celebration, “Naughty or Nice”, is happening on the same night as Bardstown Road Aglow. This Saturday, December 6th, 2014 between 6:00pm and 10:00pm, stop in 1013 Bardstown Rd and check out MaLynda Poulson’s fairy-tale-themed art in here new Highlands art gallery.
MaLynda Poulson is new to Louisville fresh out of Boise Idaho, and she’s excited to start a new life and open a new gallery right here in the Highlands. So, on Saturday, during your stroll through the Highlands for Bardstown Road Aglow, make certain you check out the offerings at M. Poulson Gallery. Continue reading “M. Poulson Gallery Opening Night”
It’s one of our favorite events of the entire year, and one of the best Holiday events that Louisville has to offer. The 29th Annual Bardstown Road Aglow will take place this Saturday, December 6th, 2014 between 5:00pm and 10:00pm. Take the trolley, watch the lighting of the tree at Grinstead and Bardstown, visit participating shops, restaurant, and pubs for great deals, and even enter the ugly Christmas sweater contest!
The Christmas tree lighting at Wendy’s on the corner of Bardstown Rd and Grinstead Dr will begin around 5:45 pm, and typically kicks off the Bardstown Road Aglow event every year. Bring the whole family and get primed for the season! Continue reading “Bardstown Road Aglow 2014”
The Belknap Fall Festival ushers in a new season. It brings us Highlanders together for a sort of “goodbye” to the warm weather, and a “hello” to the amazing fall colors. This year marks the 20th annual Belknap Fall Festival, which takes place on Friday, October 10th from 6 pm – 11 pm, and Saturday, October 11th from 11 am – 11 pm. It’s actually a fundraiser for the Belknap neighborhood, and requires quite a few community volunteers from around the area in order to make it happen. Proceeds go to support beautification projects, cleanup, and other community projects. Here’s what you can expect: Continue reading “Belknap Fall Festival Begins Friday”
October is full of awesome in Louisville, and especially in the Highlands. Not only do we get to see the amazing fall colors, but there are more festivals and events than you can count! A Highlands favorite for eleven years and counting now is the Bardstown Bound “Boo Fest”. This year Boo Fest takes place on Saturday, October 25th. Continue reading “Bardstown Bound – 11th Annual Boo Fest”
With the Willow Park Sumer Concert Series wrapping up last week, I was happy when I stumbled upon a great, Highlands family event to take its place for the rest of September! The Tyler Park Jazz Festival is happening at Tyler Park every Sunday evening during the month of September between 4 pm and 6 pm, and it’s FREE. Continue reading “Tyler Park Jazz Festival Sundays”