Picks for things to do this weekend around Louisville: January 27,28,29
Thank you for supporting us last weekend and attending our event. We has a full house and raised $6,500 for Big Brothers Big Sisters, we love our readers!
It’s the 80th anniversary of the Great Flood and the Louisville Water Tower is offering 80cent admission to their museum from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They have guided tours and it’s pretty fascinating to see inside the working mechanisms of the pumps. For 80cents, you can’t beat it. When over there, eat at River Road BBQ (it’s is so delicious) and they are having a special for the month of January that can’t be beat.
Ready for a date night? STEAMPunks is offering Parent’s Night Out. Children age 4 – 13 will enjoy a night of fun movies, games, pizza, arts, crafts, and maker stations! Whether your child wants to join a STEAMCraft (Minecraft) gaming network, tinker at a maker station, program robots or just watch a movie, there is something for all ages! $35.00 for first child. Additional siblings $10.00. Register here.
Zaniac is having an open house. Don’t know what Zaniac is? Then…..go to the open house! It’s from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and includes demonstrations and activities to show LEGO Robotics, 3D Printing, Minecraft, and more. You can have some light refreshments, check out their a fun environment and technology! Details here.
Yang Kee Noodle is having a Chinese New Year celebration. The Louisville Lion Dance Team will perform live at the Highlands Yang Kee Noodle (1004 Bardstown Rd.) from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Yang Kee Noodle is also offering $2-$3 off meal specials.
For Mothers & Daughters – Yarn Wall Hangings at Side by Side Studio from 2:00pm-4:00pm (suggested for daughters ages 5-17). Cost: $5 per person. This small fee will help offset the cost of materials so we can continue to share our mother-daughter events in the South and West Louisville communities. Visit Side by Side Studio’s website here for location details.
PS- Tune into this episode of Fortyish – Dan and I discuss being a sandwich generation, and we don’t mean meat and cheese.