Old Louisville

During the summer months, there is a Shakespeare festival that takes place in Old Louisville in Central Park.  It is just across the street from St. James Ct.  On the weekends, the play is 45 minutes long and geared toward the family/younger crowd.  We parked in St. James Ct. and took a nice stroll on the shaded sidewalk. It was […]

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Review of Cherokee Park: By Jeanette

Cherokee is another great park in Louisville for a picnic, to exercise, or just to be outside to enjoy nature. There are several amenities there from dog runs, archery range, multiple playgrounds with bathroom facilities nearby, and mountain bike trails to name a few. The playground we like to frequent has both baby swings and regular along with smaller play […]

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Kids Bowl for FREE!

There is a site called Kids Bowl Free that is a network of bowling alleys across the country.  They offer a discount package for family bowling but best of all, they offer FREE bowling for kids!  You may think you have to buy the family package, but don’t be fooled. It is optional and you never have to enter any […]

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