April 2009 | Volume 1, Issue 2 | Subscribe | Unsubscribe | Contact
New Retailer Opens on Main Street
Marketplace Bakery Celebrates 25 Years
Main Street to Debut Outdoor Dining Platforms
Louisville Farmers Market Opens in June
Street Faire Getting Ready to Roll - and Rock
Leap on the LYNX

April 15, 2009
  Business Success Workshop
Speaker: Allan Guitar - Access Counseling
For more details, go to www.louisvillechamber.com
June 6, 2009
Opening Day - Louisville Farmers Market
Where: Front Street and Steinbaugh Pavilion
Time: 9 am - 2 pm
Featuring: Local Farmers and Vendors, Live Entertainment
June 6, 2009
Taste of Louisville sponsored By Louisville Chamber of Commerce
Where: Main Street and Walnut Street
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Featuring: Local restaurants and businesses, including the premiere of Louis-Pallozza, Louisville’s local band concert.
For more information, go to www.louisvillechamber.com

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New Retailer Opens on Main Street

The 900 block of Louisville is a happening place this spring. A creative collective, Luminary, located at 924 Main Street (next to the Bronze Elk), opened its doors to the public on April 1, 2009. A wonderful addition to our eclectic downtown, the emporium will showcase the work of local artisans.

Co-owned by Jude Bea, Katie Wells, Lori Sieren and Kara Priest, Luminary will feature a quality selection of jewelry, art, and clothing. You can also find flowers for the dinner table, a toy for the little one, or maybe indulge in something sweet with a truffle or two.

Luminary plans to offer workshops and classes in the near future - stay tuned for further information. Local artisans: Luminary would love to see your work. If you are interested, please call 720-890-8204.

Marketplace Bakery Celebrates 25 Years

In 1984, a little bakery opened at 820 Main Street and quickly became a popular place to share a cup of coffee with friends, have a business meeting, get the kids a donut before school, or just have some “me time” with a good book and a hot drink. Now, 25 years later, the bakery is still a wonderful place to be from 6am to 2pm. Owners Kathy Rosser and Susan Bright, who have operated the Bakery since 2007, enjoy being a vital part of the Louisville community. The Marketplace also has a wholesale component, supplying baked goods to several local restaurants.

You can phone the Bakery at 303.666.5544.

Main Street to Debut Outdoor Dining Platforms

The City of Louisville, the DBA, and businesses have worked out arrangements to install temporary platforms in the 800 block of Main Street. Starting June 1st and running through August, restaurants in this block will be sharing the space created by the platforms, which will be in the parking places adjacent to the sidewalks. The platforms will provide outdoor seating for approximately 32 people. If this summer’s trial is successful, the program may be expanded in 2010.

Louisville Farmers Market Opens in June

Spring is here, summer is coming, and so is the 2nd Annual Louisville Farmers Market. Andy and Kelly Williams are excited for the second year of the popular gathering, located on Front Street in Historic Downtown. Opening day is scheduled for Saturday, June 6, from 9 am to 2 pm, and will run each Saturday though October. Local farmers will be there along with a variety of other local vendors.

Opening day 2009 coincides with the Taste of Louisville. The Farmers Market and the Taste begin a new tradition in 2009 - Louispalloza - a free celebration at the Steinbaugh Pavilion featuring several local bands. Make Downtown Louisville your destination for locally grown produce and other good stuff this spring! For more information about the Farmers Market, contact Kelly Williams at 303.902.2451 or visit their website at www.farmersmarketlouis.com

Street Faire Getting Ready to Roll - and Rock

The month of June not only brings the sweet smell of flowers blooming and the warm late spring breeze, it also means the return of the popular Louisville Downtown Street Faire. The schedule will be out in late April - early May. Expect some new faces and some old favorites. The fun begins on Friday, June 12, 2009.

Leap on the LYNX!

LYNX is Boulder County's newest transit service connecting Historic Downtown Louisville to the U.S. 36 corridor and providing access to the Monarch Schools, Avista Hospital, FlatIron Crossing Mall, Community Park and two Park-n-Rides along U.S. 36 for regional connections to Denver and Boulder. Use LYNX for service to Superior, the Rock Creek neighborhood and Interlocked.

It's a sleek new way to stay connected along U.S. 36 with easy access to work, school, shopping and entertainment. Visit www.36commutingsolutions.org or call 303-439-8526 for a bus schedule and fare information.

Boulder County is offering a discount of 60% off the first year's price of Eco Pass, and 30% off the second and third year for all new Eco Pass contracts. Eco Pass is an unlimited annual transit pass purchased by a business as a benefit for all full-time employees. Contact Natalie at 303-439-8526 for more information.

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