Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Dinner with Santa around Louisville

Breakfast with Santa Louisville

Christmas is coming and one of the best traditions is a breakfast with Santa. There are many options from paid to free to be sure to check them out.  We have loved some of the “fancier” events to all get dressed up. But, there are many quaint community events that are totally charming. November 17 – December 22, times vary: […]

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Bear Paddle Swim School

Bear Paddle Swim School specializes in swim lessons for children of all ages and abilities. Bear Paddle Swim School’s mission is to save lives by teaching children how to swim. We specialize in swim lessons for children of all ages and abilities. We are dedicated to helping children become safe and confident swimmers. The warm saltwater pool and sophisticated pool sanitation […]

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LEGO® Store in Lousiville

LEGO Store Louisville Kentucky

Does your child love to play with LEGO® building blocks? There’s a LEGO store coming to Louisville! According to their website, the LEGO store will be in Oxmoor Mall and it will open in November 2018, just in time for holiday shopping.  The store hours are listed as Monday – Saturday: 10:00am – 9:00pm Sunday: 11:00am – 6:00pm A quick search of their locations […]

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Spirit of Kentucky exhibit at Frazier History Museum

Spirit of Kentucky

Spirit of Kentucky exhibit at Frazier History Museum teaches visitors about the commonwealth’s rich history in the bourbon industry. I’m a big proponent of teaching Kentucky kids about the bourbon industry. Many of them will be working in the industry one day in some capacity – according to The Kentucky Distillers’ Association’s economic impact survey well over 4000 Kentuckians work […]

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America to Zanzibar at Muhammad Ali Center

America to Zanzibar at Muhammad Ali Center offers an interesting look into Islam. You may know that Islam is the second largest religion in the world, but did you know that nearly two-thirds of Muslims actually live in the Asia-pacific region and not the Middle East? In fact, there is diversity in Muslim cultures all over the world – cultures […]

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