The Face of Chase
Meet Jennifer Kent, dog lover, runner, lake connoisseur, and teller at Chase Bank on Main Street. Jen is a charming asset to our Downtown community. And while we’re talking community, we’d like to take a moment to say thank you to Chase for letting visitors use their parking lot after banking hours. Thank you!
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Sometimes you gotta stop and smell the petunias. Meet Watson, a Westie cared for by Cindy and Rick Kron, of the Louisville Krons. When not taking ridiculously adorable pictures of Watson, Cindy and Rick lend their talents to the Louisville DBA as Treasurer and Secretary, respectively. Gotta love Louisville.
Louisville Farmers Market
Locally grown fruits and veggies, meats, wines, artisan breads, flavored oils, coffee, baked goods, natural body care and local music too. New hours are 9:00 am – 1:00 pm every Saturday.
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DBA info: downtownlouisvilleco.com
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No fireworks this year in Louisville, but there’s plenty of excitement going on Downtown. Lets start with three great Street Faire concerts in July: Los Lobos, July 11, Young Dubliners, July 18 and The Iguanas, July 25. Then there’s First Friday Art Walk this month on Thursday, July 3 and Summer Concerts in the Park, at Community Park, July 10 and July 17. And don’t forget to “Paint the Town Purple” on July 11 in support of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life (see below for more details.)
Art Show Opening and Reception
Creative Framing Art Gallery
916 Main St
6:00 – 9:00 pm
Come see the talented work of artists Diana Tripp, Martha Peacock, Kathie Disner and Karen Fisher. Live music by Cosmic Street will also be featured. The show runs through August. Make sure and visit all the galleries and retailers on July 3 for First Friday.
Louisville Art Association
Louisville Center for the Arts
801 Grant Ave.
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Paint, draw or photograph a clothed model in this 3-hour workshop open to all artists. Free for LAA members, and $7 for non-members. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the LAA website, www.louisvilleart.org
Relay For Life
The American Cancer Society
Paint the Town Purple
Mayor Bob Muckle will proclaim Relay For Life Day on July 11, 2014 in the City of Louisville and The American Cancer Society will “Paint the Town Purple” in celebration of its annual Relay For Life event which will take place Aug. 2 and 3 from 6 pm to 8 am. at Waneka Lake in Lafayette. Businesses and residents can show their support in the fight against cancer by purchasing a purple bow to place on their doors on July 11. The bows are available for a suggested donation of $10 and all proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society’s research, education, advocacy and patient service programs. For more information on Relay For Life or to order your purple bow, please contact Lynn Wooton at email@example.com go to www.eastboulderrelay.com.
Historic Walking Tour
Louisville Historical Museum
This downtown walking tour will take participants around Louisville’s historic Little Italy neighborhood, located between the railroad tracks and Highway 42. The tour leaves from the intersection of Griffith St. and Front St. and will last about 1-1/2 hours. Participants can use street parking. For more information contact Bridget Bacon at 303-665-9048.
Zucca Summer Bounty Farm Dinner
Three Leaf Farm
445 S. 112th St.
Join Zucca for its summer farm dinner featuring delicious ripe fruits and vegetables from the farm and flavorful entrees and desserts prepared especially for this occasion. Enjoy a tour of the farm, meet the goats, horses and chickens, and relax in a bucolic pastoral setting while dining on dishes expertly crafted by Zucca’s talented executive chef, William Kelley. Reservations are required, and spaces are limited, so reserve early. Visit threeleaffarm.storenvy.com/products/5160749-july-12-summers-bounty to make a reservation or contact the restaurant at 303-666-6499 | firstname.lastname@example.org