First Friday Art Walk
Friday, Apr 6 5:00 – 9:00
The galleries and merchants of the Louisville Arts District present receptions and beautiful artwork throughout the weekend. Creations Gallery, 940 Main St. will feature Safari Spring, with wildlife photography from Kenya, sculptures, masks and more. More information @ louisvilleartsdistrict.com.
Downtown Dog of the Month
Meet Pirate Hubbard-Hughes. The eight month old 3/4 Australian Cattle Dog and 1/4 Border Collie mix thoroughly enjoys his walks Downtown with caretaker Annie and big brother Rusty. Pirate especially enjoys his visits with Kara at Ville De Luxe.
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DBA info: downtownlouisvilleco.com
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Louisville Gets Wild Animal Preserve License
Louisville was one of three American cities awarded a coveted Wild Animal Preserve designation. "This is one more reason that Louisville is such a cool place to live," says City Manager Malcolm Fleming, pictured above at the new off-leash cat park with recently acquired Bengal Tiger, Gengis. Gengis will make his public debut at a "meet and greet" at the April City Council meeting. "We're thrilled to have Gengis in town" said Council member Frost Yarnell, who added with a sly smile, "I just might sneak a steak into Councilman Keany's back pocket at the meet and greet."
According to Ms. Yarnell, the city hopes to add three animals a year, including a pair of Grizzlies in time for the first Street Faire.
LOUISVILLE CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Coffeehouse Concert: Justin Roth
Friday, Apr 13 7:30 – 9:00
Louisville Center for the Arts
Check out Justin Roth, a nationally touring singer/songwriter and fingerstyle acoustic guitarist who combines an artful blend of hooks laid on a bed of brilliantly inventive guitar technique bridging contemporary and indie/alt folk. Local Jeremy Dion opens.
Admission: $12 Adults; $8 Seniors and Youth Under 15. At the Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave.
Doors open at 7 pm. Learn more.
Coffeehouse Chamber Series: Michael DeLalla and the Oxymora Ensemble
Sunday, Apr 15 3:00 – 4:30
Louisville Center for the Arts
Enjoy a program that showcases gifted improvisations and dazzling technical facility as musicians Michael DeLalla (classical guitar), Craig Maitovich (oboe/flute/piano) and James Fittz (cello) take listeners on a musical journey that includes a delicious brew of traditional influences from around the world, steeped with classical training and seasoned with jazz, Celtic and folk stylings. At the Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave. Admission: $10 Adults; $8 Seniors and Student; $5 Youth. Doors open at 2:30. More info.
LOUISVILLE LIBRARY EVENTS
Earthquakes! Far Away and Close to Home
Wednesday, Apr 18 7:00 – 8:30
Anne Sheehan, professor of geophysics at the University of Colorado Boulder, will share her research that has included work in the Himalaya, New Zealand, the Colorado Rocky Mountains, and the Rio Grande Rift. Much of her work includes the deployment of portable seismometers that record both distant and local earthquakes. Contact Hannah Fletcher, 303-335-4849 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl's Night Out
Friday, Apr 20 4:00 – 8:00
Owners Cathy and Nance want your opinion, so they’re hosting a Happy Hour to get you talking! About what, you say? Well you gotta go there to find out. But it’s bound to be fun!
FORK. A Social Lab.
Hosting a series of events in April:
Thursday, Apr 5 6:30 pm
Brazilian Feast, Farm to Table Chef Dinner with Chefs Susanna Minichiello and Chelsea Jowell of Back to Basics Kitchen.
Monday, Apr 9 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Latin Spice Class with Dan Hayward of Boulder’s Savory Spice Shop
Friday, Apr 20 6:30 pm
Farm to Table Heirloom Food Truck Chef Dinner
Details and menus @
Friday, Apr 6 6:30 – 8:00
Louisville Wellness Center
Learn about the health benefits of spring cleaning your body!
(Be the first ones to sign up that evening for Free Sampler Day, April 7, 10 am-1 pm) (suggested donation for wellness talk $5)
Speakers: Dr. Cheri King, Naturopathic Physician & Marcie Goldman, Holistic Nutrition Counselor
Come and be inspired to live better!
For a complete calendar of the Community Offerings visit www.louisvillewellcenter.com
17th Anniversary Celebration
Tuesday, Apr 24 5:00 – 7:00
Achtermann Chiropractic and Massage
Achtermann Chiropractic is celebrating 17 years in business in downtown Louisville! Call 303-673-9797 to sign up for a time to get adjusted, acupuncture, or get a Computerized scan of your body at the same price as 17 years ago! Adjustments and acupuncture will be $30 each and scans will be $17! Kristi Robl, massage therapist, is also celebrating working 14 years at Achtermann and will be doing chair massage for $14 for 15 minutes. Come and celebrate with free samples and lots of fun!