Token Spoken Here
Occasionally folks leave the Street Faire with drink tickets in their pockets. This year, you may want to. Introducing the DBA’s new Token Program. These tokens will get you adult beverages at the Faire, but you can also use them anytime for bargains at the following Downtown Merchants. See you Downtown!
12 Degree Brewing, 820 Main Street
Bittersweet Cafe & Confections, 836 Main Street
Coopers Corner, 940 Main Street
Empire Lounge and Restaurant, 816 Main Street
Eric Olson Master Jeweler, 950 Spruce Street
Finger Play Studio, 901 Front Street #110
Front Street Hair Studio, 734 Front Street
Fuzzy Antler, 901 Front Street #100
Gravity Brewing, 1150 Pine St
Huckleberry, 700 Main Street
La Revolucion Taqueria y Cantina, 701 Main Street
Little Horse 1, 2, and 3, 820 Main Street
Louisville Chiropractic, 844 Main St. Ste 101
Madera Grill, 817 Main Street
MaryLynn Gillaspie Photography Studio, 908 Main Street
Massage Therapy for Body and Soul, 700 Front Street #104
Nina’s Flowers and Gifts, 906 Main Street
Old Friends, 706 Front Street
Pica’s Mexican Taqueria, 901 Front Street
Por Wine House, 836 1/2 Main Street
The Book Cellar, 724 Main Street
The Little Groomer, 1130 Pine Street #4
The Singing Cook, 728 Main Street
Waterloo, 809 Main Street
Zucca Italian Ristorante, 808 Main Street
Let’s Get this Party Started!
Want to high-step it to the Want to high-step it to the Street Faire with MarchFourth? If so, join us at the corner of Main and Pine at 6:15 on June 17 and we’ll accompany the band to the Steinbaugh. Dress up, have fun, but please stay out of the street until it is officially closed, and no alcohol allowed! Schedule: Main Street closure 6:15. Parade starts at 6:25.
25th National Juried Photography Show
Louisville Art Association
Louisville Center for the Arts
801 Grant Ave.
June 4 – 12
Louisville’s own Dona Laurita will be the judge for this prestigious show and has chosen 100 images from 750 entries to be on display and for sale. The selected work represents 20 states and the United Kingdom, as well as Colorado. The awards ceremony will take place June 4 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. All activities are free and open to the public.
Yoga in the Park 2016
Memory Square Park
June 22 – August 10
Enjoy yoga at dusk with the Yoga in the Park summer series. Classes are Wednesday evening from 7:00 – 8:00 pm and available for all levels for $5 each session. Special kids classes will be offered with the adult classes on June 22 and July 27. For more information and to register online go to louisvilleyogajunction.com
June House Concert
Dru Heller Quintet
Silk’s Music and Social Club
908 Main St.
This playful and artful jazz group features Annie Booth, piano, Josh D. Reed, trumpet, Heath Walton, sax, Patrick McDevitt, bass and Dru Heller on drums. For this concert, they will perform original music written by Heller, as well as music by Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Kenny Wheeler. RSVP ONLY AND EARLY! 303.477.3730 or email@example.com. $20 suggested donation.
Congratulations 12 Degree Brewing!
Turning 3 and Winning Awards
12 Degree Brewing has lots to celebrate with its third year anniversary and recent World Cup awards. They will have a super celebration on Saturday, June 18th. Party starts at noon so don’t miss the new beer releases and giveaways all day with live music from Paa Kow, the awesome West African band.
In other exciting news, the Brewery took home two medals and was named Champion Brewery and Brewmaster at this year’s World Beer Cup in the Small Brewpub Category. Treachery won Gold in the Belgian-Style Pale Strong Ale and Soleil took Bronze in the French & Belgian-Style Saison category. The good folks at 12 Degree say, “we are just truly psyched and grateful to be in the awesome, supportive town of Louisville, and to be part of such a phenomenal community of craft brewers. Woot!”
Louisville Public Library Offerings
951 Main St.
Due to space limitations, this is just a sampling of offerings. Be sure to check the library website for ALL scheduled programs. www.louisville-library.org
First Friday Artwalk at the Museum: What’s on the Menu: Downtown Louisville’s restaurants and menus from the past
Louisville Historical Museum
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Here’s another in the series of programs based on the theme of Louisville’s Larder, which features agriculture, restaurants, the history of Italian influence on the local food culture, and a look at a typical family’s kitchen, garden, and larder.
Summer Reading Programs
May 27 – July 31
The annual Summer Reading Program (SRP) is an event for the entire family. This year the focus is on exercising mind and body by reading and having outdoor fun. Registration is easy, all the programs are FREE, and there are many chances for children, teens, and adults to win prizes. You may register online or in the Library. Your SRP packet will be available in the Library.
Family Program: Bicycle Across America
Library 1st Floor Meeting Room
10:30 am – noon
As part of the Summer Reading Program, you’ll hear from local author Steve Garufi about what it’s like to ride a bicycle cross-country. Steve has written about his travels in the book, “Under a Triumphant Sky: A Bike Across America Story.” A book signing will follow the program.
Maker Program: Open Paint Studio
1:00 – 3 pm
Drop in during this open paint studio, and try your hand at painting in a casual and stress-free environment. Watch local artist Ian Cochrane as he works and get inspired for your own creations!
Museum Brown Bag Talk: Being French in Louisville
Library 1st Floor Meeting Room
12:00 – 1:00 pm
Explore the story of the French in Louisville and the neighborhood of Frenchtown where many of the French lived. Any descendants from Louisville’s French families with memories of Frenchtown, are encouraged to attend and share your information and stories. Participants are welcome to bring their lunches.
Historic Walking Tour
Meet in front of Tri-City Elks Lodge
In keeping with the Museum’s exploration of Louisville’s French history this year, Diane Marino leads this tour of the historic Frenchtown neighborhood that is located in the vicinity of Rex and Parkview Streets, just north of Community Park. The tour leaves from the front of the Tri-City Elks Lodge, 525 Main Street. Suggested donation: $5 per person.
Shootout at the Superior Depot
Library 1st Floor Meeting Room
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Program presenter Larry Dorsey of the Superior Historical Commission tells the story of The Long Strike in the Northern Colorado Coal Fields from 1910 to 1914. Frustration, desperation, and strained relationships stirred in the cauldron of the strike, and boiled over in the shooting death of John “Dude” Searcy at the Superior Depot on November 28, 1911 – and the Superior town marshal being put on trial for Searcy’s murder.