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  • Wednesday Sep 24 6:308 pm
    "Pandora's Lunchbox" Book Discussion

    Lafayette Public Library, 775 W Baseline Rd, Lafayette

    Join friends, family, and community members to discuss this year’s selection, Pandora’s Lunchbox: How Processed Food Took Over the American Meal.

    Contact: Adult Services — ref_desk@louisvilleco.gov — 303-335-4820
  • Saturday Sep 27 9 am1 pm
    Louisville Farmer's Market

    Front Street

    Find local fruits, vegetables, and wonderful handmade and homemade artisan products. Learn more.
  • Wednesday Oct 1 7:308:30 pm
    Women's Mindfulness Group

    Louisville Wellness Center

    This is a drop-in group for women to explore different forms of mindfulness practice, followed by tea and informal discussion centered on inspired readings. Beginners or experienced mindfulness practitioners welcome on the first Wednesday of each month. Suggested donation $10. To learn more about these events visit www.louisvillewellcenter.com.
  • Friday Oct 3 69 pm
    First Friday Art Walk
    Always a delight! Learn more about featured artists and various activities at http://www.louisvilleartsdistrict.com/
  • Saturday Oct 4 9 am1 pm
    Louisville Farmer's Market

    Front Street

    Find local fruits, vegetables, and wonderful handmade and homemade artisan products. Learn more.

Aw shucks, you talkin' bout little old us?

Sunset Magazine 24 Best Places to Live and Work 2014

Runner-up: best 'burb Read more ...

Yellow Scene Magazine Best Downtown 2012

Two words: street faire. They spell it funny, but it’s simply splendid. Come June, the fair is the place to be. Until then, Old Town Louisville still dominates Northern Colorado’s cities for coffee (we heart The Huckleberry), shopping and tons of local events.

5280 Magazine Historic Downtown Louisville in - Best of the Burbs 2011

Westword Best Small Town Shopping District 2011

Deep in the heart of the sprouting Boulder County burb of Louisville lies a breath of the old coal mining town it once was. Read more