February Family Book Review: Chef Nancy’s Kids’ Club Cookbook + Family Ideas for Helping Others

February’s family book feature is a kid’s cookbook, written by Louisville’s Chef Nancy Russman and illustrated by Christina Bayens called Chef Nancy’s Kids’ Club Cookbook. I thumbed through it and loved it! Then I handed it to my nine-year-old daughter who was immediately drawn to the cool smoothies and iced drink recipes. This cookbook is broken down into the categories […]

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Summer Camps in Louisville 2013: Art, Music, Dance, or Theater

Looking for 2015 info? Click here.  ———————————————– Musical Milestones Musical Milestones has something musical to offer children of all ages of early childhood during the summer months!  You can tailor your class schedule to your own summer schedule!! Come join us for one (or all) of our Musical Playdates!  Join in with your children in merry music making by singing, dancing, playing […]

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Review of Gasthaus German Restaurant

We were lucky enough to get reservations at the Gasthaus German Restaurant for a Friday night. It’s in a strip mall near the intersections of 264 and Brownsboro Road.  From the outside it doesn’t look like anything special, but on the inside it is very unique. Amongst the tables, there are two small chalets inside the restaurant with tables inside, […]

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Magical Forest Toddler Area at the Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve &Flying Squirrel special event

Recently, the Creasy Mahan Nature Preserve held one of its monthly free educational programs along with a dedication to their new Magical Forest toddler area. This month’s program happened to be about squirrels. There was a great presentation by Second Chances Wildlife Rehabilitation Center along with 2 live flying squirrels and a large gray squirrel. The presentation had great audience […]

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