A GRANDE FINALE PATISSERIE
has FREE COFFEE on Mondays. Corner of Main and Pine
MAIN STREET 900 BLOCK
is offering a 900 Block Passport. Pick up the passport at participating stores on the 900 block and use it for a different special every month!
Come check out the science display at the library. The Discover Space exhibit will feature two areas - Space Storms and Star Quest. For more information. www.coloradohometownnews .com/news-story-louisville.asp?ID=4289
THE STREET FAIRE
is one happening place on Friday nights. Check it out: www.louisvilledba.com
Seen at the Faire: CSU football coach Steve Fairchild and his wife Nancy enjoying Pure Prairie League.
THE SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET
Could not be better. Click here for weekly specials: www.farmersmarketlouis.com
Louisville Voted the #1 Place in the Country to Live
Now everyone else knows what we all know about Louisville. Check out the video here.
Louisville Cultural Council Summer Concert Series
Dates: July 16 & 23
Time: 7:00 to 8:30 PM
Venue: Louisville Community Park, 955 Bella Vista Drive
The Heavy Cats
Featuring a violin and an upright bass in the band, one does not usually expect to hear the deep funk of James Brown, the hard rock of Led Zeppelin, or the classics of Cream, The Beatles, The Allman Brothers, or The Troggs (who did Wild Thing).
Kort McCumber and McCumberland Gap (Rescheduled from June 25)
|Louisville Cultural Council presents Summer Film Series
Dates: July 18 & 25
Time: Dusk (approximately) 8:30 PM
Venue: Steinbaugh Pavilion, 824 Front Street
LCC is pleased to introduce a 2009 Summer Film Series! Come on down to Steinbaugh Pavilion and see these two terrific films on a 7 ft. x 10 ft. widescreen projector. This is what Summer is all about, yeah!
Whale Rider (PG-13)
The Princess Bride (PG)
Please visit one of the Downtown restaurants for a meal to go and enjoy music and movie fun.