A world-class city also needs world-class houses of worship, and Louisville boasts some of the largest in the nation. One of those, Southeast Christian Church, is hosting an event just for singles, Single Life Weekend.
Complete with a world-class recording artist on Friday night, September 24, there will be ample time for socializing with other singles. Brandon Heath, 2009 Dove Awards Male Vocalist of the Year, will lead the worship celebration on Friday evening after some pizza and mingling opportunities that begin at 6:00 pm.
Saturday promises to be just as fulfilling with workshops from a singles perspective, and, oh yes, lunch.
Dinner? Lunch? Concert? Two of my faves, food and music, plus a chance to meet up with friends, make some new ones, and possibly even learn something. Can’t get much better than that.
Is your group hosting an event? or, are you just one of those people who knows everything that’s happening? Either way, let me know!
Picked up a magazine from the mail box last night and immediately it fell open to a tidbit about Louisville being ranked as a top underrated city. Just under that, it then incorrectly said “overrated.” My smile turned to a defensive grimace. In the next sentence, however, it reverted to “underrated.” It was clear this was just a hasty proofreading or editing error, but, you know how it is when your emotions become invested. I couldn’t waste any time checking it out, and neither should you.
ShermansTravel ranked Louisville as their fifth most underrated city in their list of “some less-talked-about places with great art scenes, friendly locals, delectable cuisine, and/or rich history.” Specifically noted for Louisville were its “cosmopolitan riverfront district,” “diverse art scene,” and “growing foodie market with its own Restaurant Row.” (Hey, I told you it was Louie-ville Foodie-ville, or aren’t you reading all of my posts? )
Here’s to ShermansTravel for sharing the love of Louisville!
OK, I know that native Louisvillians don’t pronounce the name of our fair city as “Louie-ville”, but a big event this weekend warrants the title’s rhyme! World-class taste? Oh, yeah, Louisville‘s got it–just ask Emeril Lagasse.
How many of you are going to see Emeril at the Fork, Cork and Style Festival this weekend at Churchill Downs. There will be demos by many other chefs, too, but the Grand Wine Tastings might be worth the admission all on their own.
Hey, anyone get half price tickets with the Groupon earlier this week? When you hear of a good deal on a great event, let us in on it, ok?
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND is “code” for the opening of pools, yard sales galore, the beginning of farmer’s markets, and a full calendar of concerts. We could fill an entire blog calendar (blogendar?) with things that are happening this weekend in the Southern Indiana, Greater Louisville, and Elizabethtown areas. We won’t attempt to do that, but we will highlight a few events that may cure your cabin fever.
In Southern Indiana, straight from the Sunny Side of Louisville website:
May 29 – St. John Starlight Strawberry Festival, Starlight – 32nd Annual festival celebrates the beautiful Starlight community and its most famous crop, strawberries! Family fun, food, entertainment. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 8310 St. John Rd.,10:00a.m.-8:00p.m.. No admission charge. (812) 923-5785
May 29 – Clarksville Family Aquatic Center Opening Day, 800 South Clark Blvd., Clarksville; Outdoor aquatic facility that includes: zero depth pool with interactive water features lap pool, plunge pool with 154 foot water slides, family changing room, 2 sand volleyball courts, children’s sand area with play apparatus and full service concession area;
May 29 – “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” at Derby Dinner Playhouse Children’s Musical Theater, Enjoy this classic tale set to music! A charming princess is saved from the evil queen by seven adorable dwarfs and true love’s kiss! Breakfast and lunch shows; 525 Marriott Dr., (812) 288-8281
May 29 – Rivertown Cabaret, Floyd Central Students, New Albany Amphitheater – Free performance. The cabaret’s first half will have a pioneer theme, where a traveling old-time medicine show will make an accidental stop in New Albany. That will feature comedy, singing and dancing. For the second half, titled “Broadway by the River,” students will sing hit songs from Broadway. 7:30p.m
In the Greater Louisville Area, courtesy of Louisville.com:
The Kentucky Reggae Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this weekend at the Water Tower
The Kentucky Flea Market Memorial Day Spectacular runs from Friday through Monday in the West Wing of the Kentucky Expo Center
Abbey Road on the River – Beatles Festival is back until Monday at 7:00 p.m.
In the Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox area, here’s what’s happening:
May 29 – Toby Keith concert at 7:30 p.m.
Regardless of where you are, you could stay home & tour thousands of homes online – in the palm of your hand. Go to www.semonin.com to get started!
Did we miss anything BIG? What’s going on this weekend in your area?