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    Laughing Derby Show and Silent Auction for Friends of Eastern Cemetery
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    If you’ve become intrigued by what’s going on at Eastern Cemetery, and how Andy Harpole and his growing group of volunteers are making it happen, they’ve got a fun way for you to support the restoration of this historic Louisville cemetery.

    Wednesday, November 12, at the Laughing Derby at Comedy Caravan comedy club, come out for a show and a huge silent auction to benefit the Friends of Eastern Cemetery volunteer organization. If you haven’t met them at a Sunday volunteer gathering yet, you can meet Andy and the group of fabulous folks who are giving tremendous amounts of their own time and funds to clean up this treasure that Louisville has forgotten.

    Comedians Rich Ragains and David Bizianes (plus one more TBD) are slotted to entertain after the silent auction and raffle gets started.

    Andy Harpole says the silent auction and raffle will be full of items from the following generous donors (plus many more):

    Blades Hair Salon

    502 Auto Club

    David Domine

    Why Louisville

    Comfy Cow


    Louisville Mega Caverns

    UofL Athletics

    Falls City Beer

    Bourbon Barrel Foods

    Irish Rover

    Locust Grove

    Molly Malone’s



    Revelry Boutique

    Amagination Studios

    Jason Cohen, Wood Artisan

    Jug Band Jubilee

    You can even win a 3.5-hour tour on a 55' yacht, donated by Randy Powell of R&R Marine.

    A $15 cover gets you in for the show and the shopping, 7:15 p.m., Wednesday, November 12, Laughing Derby, 1250 Bardstown Road.

    Photo: Shutterstock Copyright: Marie C Fields

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