Small Business Saturday is November 26. Support our Local Merchants and Shop Small!
Sharpen your Skates for Winterskate
The rink is in the making and Boulder Creek Events is shooting to open by Saturday, November 19th (weather permitting). They are also hiring now for seasonal staff, so anyone interested should contact: email@example.com. Hours are subject to change due to inclement weather and/or management’s discretion. Please visit the website for holiday hours & school break hours of operation and admission pricing: www.bceproductions.com
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 2:00 – 7:00 pm
Friday: 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
First Friday is November 4 and there’s lots going on
916 Main St.
6:00 – 9:00 pm
The gallery will present four accomplished artists to help bring in this traditional time of the year! Returning by request, are popular artists Anthony Grant and Delcia Litt with their latest creations in oil, acrylic and dramatic glass mosaic. Also for the first time in the gallery are Vickey Swenson and Dawn Normali. Giving rapture in oils and watercolors, their works will capture your attention and spirit! All four artists offer beautiful additions for your home and office and make spectacular gifts for the holidays.
Stories of Immigration Show Openings
Dona Laurita Photography and Fine Art
820 Main St.
November 4, December 2
Photographer and storyteller Dona Laurita has been working with individuals willing to share their stories through a spoken and photographic interview. The results are beautiful visual silhouettes colored by the imagery of the story and will be revealed at openings for the November and December Art Walks. Don’t miss these spectacular shows. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-818-1616 for more information.
Add Some Music to Your Artwalk!
Dana V. Music
Louisville Public Library
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Stop by to see performances by Dana V. Music’s talented students! The event is FREE and will feature a variety of songs and instrumental performances, so come support some of Louisville’s very own talent!
Saloons, Beer and Prohibition
First Friday at the Museum
6:00 – 8:00 pm
The continued series of programs based on the theme of Louisville’s Larder, 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... and oh, beer and bars.
Fall Members Art & Craft Show
Louisville Arts Association
Louisville Rec Center
900 Via Appia
November 9 – 13
Always a favorite for holiday gift shopping, and a little something for yourself too, this show features fine arts and crafts, photography and much more. Opening reception is November 12 at 3:00 pm. Open to the public.
If you love books then
Vote for The Book Cellar
November 6 – 13
The Book Cellar has entered a contest sponsored by 1st Bank of Colorado to win $20,000 to improve its small business. They have created a 90- second video detailing the story of the business and their goals of how they would use the prize money. If selected as one of the 5 finalists in Colorado, the video will be posted on the 1st Bank Facebook page and the public will vote for a winner. Voting will take place November 6 – 13 with the winner announced on November 14th. We wish them the best of luck! Here’s to good reading!
Holiday Open House
The Singing Cook
728 Main St.
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Join in the fun with samples, treats and holiday cheer, plus 15% off your purchase (some exclusions apply). Also, enter to win a drawing for some great kitchenware prizes. And don’t forget there’s parking behind the store which can be accessed through the alley behind Huckleberry.
901 Front Street, Suite 110
November 9 – 13
Now’s the time to join FingerPlay Studio’s Craftmas Challenge. For every gift you make using yarn from FingerPlay Studio, you’ll be entered to win a gift for yourself. Every gift gets you entered into the Grand Prize drawing. Winners will be announced at FingerPlay Studio’s Holiday Sip and Knit, Friday, December 10th 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Everyone is welcome to participate. Visit FingerPlay Studio for details.
Shop Small, Save Big!
Gifts at Cooper’s Corner
940 Main St.
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Celebrate Small Business Saturday at Gifts at Cooper’s Corner with unbelievable, one day only, Holiday promotions that you won’t want to miss! And don’t miss live music at noon with jazz singer MaryLynn Gillaspie, and refreshments from Louisville’s own Mudrock’s Tap & Tavern.
DELO Townhomes Breakfast
Boulder Creek Neighborhoods
1010 Griffith St. – Model Home
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Boulder Creek invites you to grab a cup of coffee, and tour two professionally designed homes. The amenities coming soon to DELO are world-class, and the homes are just a short walk from Downtown Main Street. Community Manager Chris Mason will be on hand to answer any questions as you learn all about what a low-maintenance lifestyle is like in Historic Downtown Louisville. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Restorative Yoga with Farrah
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Looking for long-lasting stress relief? Restorative yoga might just be the answer. It provides a soothing environment with the goal of total relaxation and balance. This state of healing rest promotes relief of chronic stress, fatigue, and muscle tension, encourages the elimination of toxins and overall health and flexibility of the spine. Join Farrah in this 2-hour workshop where she will assist you into these tranquil restorative poses, teach calming breathing and visualization techniques, and lead you into blissful guided meditation. Cost is $30 and only 18 spots available so sign-up soon! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or online at www.louisvilleyogajunction.com/upcoming-events
Front Street Hair Studio
734 Front St.
Throughout the Month of November
Front Street Hair Studio is conducting a food drive for the month of November. Donate nonperishable food items and receive discounts on UNITE products. First item 10% off, second item 15% off, and third 20% off.
700 Main St.
It’s time to order your Holiday Pies! Make the holidays easier by letting Huckleberry do the baking for you!
Call 303-666-8020. Deadline for Thanksgiving pies is Tuesday, November 22. Please note that Huckleberry is closed on Thanksgiving so the latest pick up time is Wednesday the 23rd.
New Pasta Night
808 Main St.
Every Sunday Night
There’s a delicious pasta dinner waiting for you for only $15! Includes a small salad and garlic bread. Magnifico! For more information and to see the menu, visit www.zuccalouisville.com
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
Cowgirl Up! A Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Corporate Frontier
Library 1st Floor Meeting Room
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Corporate cowgirl Wendy Bohling shares career advice in a creative and humorous manner. Weaving her no-nonsense maverick voice, women will know they are not alone in their journeys to be bronco-busters in their professional and personal lives. This event is part of the National Novel Writing Month (NANOWRIMO) events at the Library.
Preparing for the Inevitable:
Wills, Trusts and Probate Basics
Library 1st Floor Meeting Room
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Offered in partnership with Kara Sekavec of Blue Investment Services, this class is designed to explore estate planning basics. Topics covered include how and when to set up a will or trust account, as well as create a checklist for easing the probate process. This class will help with some of the basic financial planning required at any age.