Free Things to Do in and around Louisville, November 2016

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Tuesday, November 1- Wednesday November 30- Drop in to help make Holiday Cards for Soldiers at several Louisville Free Public Library branches.

Friday, November 4- Fall Harvest Hayride at Clarksville’s Lapping Park from 6:00-8:30 p.m. Activities start at Endris Lodge. There will be several activities going on in the park, including s’mores, a bonfire and live music. They are asking you bring one can good per person that will be donated to a local charity.

Friday, November 4-  Republic Bank Frist Friday Hop starting at 5 p.m. Take the TARC Zero bus from stop to stop and visit the different art gallerys and fun shops along Market and Main streets.

Saturday, November 5- Bernheim Naturecraft from 9 a.m. -5 p.m. Young Minecraft players are invited to a special preview of some of the Bernheim-inspired Minecraft worlds during Bernheim’s ECO Kids Discovery Day. This event is free, but you must pay a $5 environmental fee per car to enter the forest if not a member.

Saturday, November 19- Gobbler Games at Clarksville High School from 10 – 11:30 a.m. There will be fun Thanksgiving games for kids from 5-13 years of age to participate in with the change to win a free frozen turkey. Please register for this free event by clicking here.

Saturday, November 19- Guided Hike in Jefferson Memorial Forest stating at 9 a.m. You will hike the Coral Ridge Loop, the Holsclaw Hill Loop and the Button Mold Trail for a total of 11.3 miles. Meet at the Paul Yost Section of the forest.

Friday, November 25- Light up Louisville at 4th in Downtown Louisville. Parade starts 7 p.m. at 5th and Jefferson. Santa is scheduled to arrive at 8 p.m.
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