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    Chenoweth Square Holiday Walk

    The annual Chenoweth Square Holiday Walk is the perfect way to get in the spirit of the season! Stroll the Square, enjoy refreshments and listen to the Sacred Heart Academy Madrigal Choir singing carols on the sidewalks. Select shops will be offering specials during the Holiday Walk as well.

    When: November 4, 6-9 p.m.
    Where: Chenoweth Square, 3907 Chenoweth Square
    Website: Chenoweth Square
    Cost: Free to attend


    Writer's Block Kick-Off InKY Reading | The Bard's Town

    The Writer’s Block fun begins on Friday with the InKY Reading Series at the Bard's Town, featuring two workshop leaders, Lan Samantha Chang and Maggie Smith. Maggie Smith is the author of three books and recipient of several awards, including the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards Gold Medal in Poetry. Lan Samantha Chang is the author of a collection of short fiction and two novels. Her work has been translated into nine languages and has been chosen twice for The Best American Short Stories.
    When: November 4, 7 p.m.
    Where: The Bard’s Town, 1801 Bardstown Road
    Website: InKY Reading
    Cost: Free to attend


    Day of the Dead First Friday Hop | South Fourth Street

    This Republic Bank First Friday Hop will be in celebration of the Day of the Dead! At the street party on Fourth Street, there will be live music, fire performers, flamenco and folkloric dancing and face painting! Food and drinks, including margaritas, will also be available. Guests are encouraged to wear costumes and masks and to bring photos or drawings of loved ones passed to honor and share at our public altar. Celebrate life with us, whether through All Soul's & All Saint’s Day or Día de los Muertos. Let us come together and honor all those whom we have loved.
    When: November 4, 5:30-10 p.m.
    Where: Downtown Louisville & S. Fourth St.
    Website: Day of the Dead
    Cost: Free to attend


    Lil Uzi Vert | Louisville Palace

    Lil Uzi Vert is one of the bright, up-and-coming faces in hip-hop. The North Philly native’s rapid-fire delivery fits his stage name perfectly. It’s as if every bar flies out his mouth at 100 miles a second. Backed by industry mainstays like Don Cannon and DJ Drama, the once wild child turned rapper is now trying to take trap music to another level.
    When: November 4, 7-10 p.m.
    Where: Louisville Palace, 625 S. Fourth St.
    Website: Lil Uzi Vert
    Cost: $35+


    The Abduction from the Seraglio | Brown Theatre

    True love wins in this hero’s tale of romance and rescue. The Abduction from the Seraglio is the story of a lady in distress and her dashing nobleman. He seeks to rescue her, and her maid, from the passionate designs of the Pasha Selim. Mozart features a comic, yet menacing, tyrant in Osmin, the harem’s watchman, who tries to separate the lovers. Fortunately, the hero saves his sweetheart, and revenge is mercy when the Pasha Selim joyfully decides to let romance take its course. Sung in German, spoken dialogue in English with English supertitles.
    When: November 4, 8-11 p.m.
    Where: Brown Theatre, 315 W. Broadway
    Website: Abduction from the Seraglio
    Cost:  $34+


    Dave Moisan Album Release Party | Headliners

    Dave Moisan is an American pop artist hailing from Louisville who shows us that the city has more to offer than horses and bourbon. He’s been described by MTV Music as “instantly toe tapping…his feel good pop will get you in a good mood, no matter what.” And “feel good pop” is exactly what Moisan delivers. After just one listen to his music, you’ll see why his songs have garnered millions of plays across the world and have found their way onto national television and feature films.
    When: November 4, 8-11:30 p.m.
    Where: Headliners Music Hall, 1386 Lexington Road
    Website: Dave Moisan
    Cost: $10


    Funqquestra | Clifton Center

    Funqquestra is a Funk-Jazz Orchestra based in Brasilia, Brazil. With a peculiar instrumentation, the group aims to bring instrumental music closer to the broad public, taking it back to its “street roots.” Their first album, released in November 2015, was acclaimed by specialized media, including a special mention on the prestigious Brazilian blog “O Embrulhador” in the analysis of the best albums of 2015.

     November 4, 7-9 p.m.
    Where: Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St.
    Website: Funqquestra
    Cost: $10 ($20 suggested donation at the door)


    Brightside Butchertown Tree Planting Day | Copper & Kings

    Brightside will be planting trees in the Butchertown Neighborhood this fall, and they need your help! Brightside's goal is to plant 30 trees along East Washington Street and Buchanan Street. With a goal this large, they are counting on volunteers to help accomplish it. Registered volunteers receive a free hand-held pie and Butchertown Soda for lunch, compliments of the Butchertown Pie Co. for their service.

    When: November 4,  9 a.m.
    Where: Copper & Kings, 1121 E. Washington St. 
    Website: Brightside Tree Planting Day

    Cost: Free to attend




    2016 Writer's Block Festival | Tim Faulkner Gallery

    The Writer’s Block Festival celebrates literature and the writing craft with a range of activities, readings, panels, guest talks, a book-in-common discussion, craft workshops and a print & resource fair. The open space at the Tim Faulkner Gallery will allow participants to roam from one activity to the next—stroll the print and resource fair for reading and writing resources, sit down to hear one or all of three panel discussions, attend craft workshops, stop in the gallery's McQuixote coffee shop for a chat with other readers and writers, step outside to get lunch from a food truck and imbibe in an adult beverage during late afternoon and evening activities.
    When: November 5, 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
    Where: Tim Faulkner Gallery, 1512 Portland Ave.
    Website: Writer's Block
    Cost: Free to attend


    KY Rural-Urban Exchange Fall Fair Fundraiser | La La La Studios

    The 1st Annual Kentucky Rural Exchange Fall Fair kicks off at Louisville’s La La Land Studios. A spin on the classic state fair, the night is taking off at 6 p.m. with music from Appalatin, Blind Corn Liquor Pickers, Patty & Simon and more! The night's silent auction will feature classic Kentucky items from all across the Commonwealth, including autographic books, vacations, adventures and original art. This event celebrates all of Kentucky and all Kentuckians, so there will be something for all tastes. You can find more information here:
    When: November 5, 6-10 p.m.
    Where: La La Land Studios, 1139 Lexington Road
    Website: RUX Fall Fair Fundraiser
    Cost: $17


    The Flea Off Market | Fresh Start Grower's Supply

    Home to over 200 artists, craftspeople, collectors, start-ups and local businesses of all kinds, The Flea is one of Louisville's favorite places to shop local. Flea patrons can expect to find used books, records, fine arts and crafts, antiques, jewelry, vintage clothing, bath and body products, candles, furniture and homewares, used tools, terrariums, fresh-cut flowers, organic produce and meat, bicycles, tarot readings ... there's kinda everything under the sun. There’s also a great lineup of food and entertainment, including live theater, live music, dozens of food trucks and a bar with seasonal cocktails and
    a selection of local craft beers.

    When: November 5, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. & November 6, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Where: Fresh Start Growers Supply, 1007 E. Jefferson St.
    Website: Flea Off Market
    Cost: Free to attend


    2016 Out of the Darkness Walk | Waterfront Park

    The Out of the Darkness Walk for suicide prevention and mental health awareness is held to raise awareness of mental health issues and is sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Louisville’s Metro AFSP Chapter. Walk to save lives. Walk to honor loved ones. Walk to raise funds.
    When: November 5, 8:30 a.m.-noon
    Where: Waterfront Park, 1 River Road
    Website: Out of the Darkness Walk
    Cost: Free to attend

    Louisville Artisans Guild's Holiday Showcase | Triple Crown Pavilion

    The Louisville Artisans Guild invites you to join the annual Holiday Showcase this weekend.  With over 70 artists, you will be sure to find unique gifts while shopping local and supporting hometown artists!  Paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, ceramics, mixed media, fiber art, glass art, woodwork and much more!  Locate your favorite artists' booths at the link below.
    When: November 5, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Where: Triple Crown Pavilion, 1776 Plantside Drive
    Website: Holiday Showcase
    Cost: Free to attend


    Annual Bonfire and Hayride with Yes Pilot | Turtle Run Winery

    This Saturday, Turtle Run Winery’s Fall Concert Series will be held in conjunction with their Annual Bonfire and Hayride. There will be music from Yes Pilot from 1-4 p.m., and the bonfire, hayride and outdoor grill from 3 p.m. onward. Come out and enjoy!
    When: November 5, noon-9 p.m.
    Where: Turtle Run Winery, 940 St. Peters Church Road, Corydon, IN 47112
    Website: Turtle Run Winery
    Cost: Free to attend

    Denny Crum Autographs Bourbon Barrel Heads | A Taste of Kentucky

    A Taste of Kentucky, which offers Louisville’s widest selection of unique Kentucky-made or inspired gifts, foods, crafts and gift baskets, is proud to announce that legendary University of Louisville Basketball Coach Denny Crum will be at the Shelbyville Road Plaza store to autograph University of Louisville Cardinal bourbon barrel heads. Barrel heads will be available for $150, with $50 of each sale to be donated to the Denny Crum Scholarship Fund at University of Louisville.
    When: November 5, 1-3 p.m.
    Where: A Taste of Kentucky, 4600 Shelbyville Road
    Website: Danny Crum Autographing
    Cost: Free to attend; $150 for autographed barrel head


    28th Annual Cedar Lake Gala | Louisville Marriott East

    Cedar Lake, the region’s largest non-profit care provider for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will host its 28th Annual Gala, presented by Commonwealth Bank & Trust. The black-tie affair is themed "It’s a Wonderful Life" and will include a dual entree dinner, as well as silent and live auctions. Entertainment will be provided by Chris Kenealy, supported by Cedar Lake, and there will also be professional dancers on site to perform the Charleston and other popular dances from the era.
    When: November 5, 6-10 p.m.
    Where: Louisville Marriott East, 1903 Embassy Square Blvd.
    Website: Cedar Lake Gala
    Cost: $175 per person


    The Music of John Williams | Star Wars and More

    Celebrate the talents of very special Principal Pops Conductor, Bob Bernhardt, and salute his 35 years with the Louisville Orchestra. He shares some of his favorite music of composer John Williams. Plan to stay after the concert for a post-performance party.
    When: November 5, 8-10 p.m.
    Where: The Kentucky Center, 501 W. Main St.
    Website: Music of John Williams
    Cost: $27+


    Vandaveer | Zanzabar

    Hearts won. Love lost. Battles waged. Demons cast. The winding road and the welcoming home. The great beginning, the great unknown and a lot of in-between too. It's all present and accounted for on Vandaveer's fifth and career-defining LP, The Wild Mercury. The title alludes to the musical explorations therein, fluid and bright, reaching from the traditions of Americana into modern pop soundscapes. The end result—a set of songs honest and wry, personal yet utterly relatable—proves that solitary journeys can find deeper, more meaningful truths through collective exploration.
    When: November 5, 8-11:30 p.m.
    Zanzabar, 2100 S. Preston St.
    Website: Vandaveer
    Cost: $10+




    First Sunday Nature Hike | Bernheim Forest

    Join Volunteer Naturalist Joe Rogers during the first Sunday of each month for an engaging 45-60 minute nature walk through the forest. Registration is not required; just show up with your curiosity and comfortable walking shoes. All ages welcome.
    When: November 6, 2-3 p.m.
    Where: Bernheim Forest, 2499 Clermont Road, Clermont, KY 40110
    Website: First Sunday Nature Hike
    Cost: Free to attend, with $5 environmental impact fee

    Live at the Levee: Strumbeat | Levee at the River House 

    Come out to Levee at the River House to enjoy three-piece band Strumbeat's aggressive guitar and rhythmic bass. This is the last show in 2016 that they'll be playing, 
    so don't miss out!

     November 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m. 
    Where: Levee at the River House, 3015 River Road 
    Strumbeat at the Levee
    Cost: Free to attend

    Honus Honus | Haymarket Whiskey Bar

    When Man Man cut their seemingly endless record/tour/write/repeat cycle short to take a well-overdue break, Ryan Kattner AKA Honus Honus AKA Man Man’s main man decided to make something he’d avoided for the past 13 years—a solo album under the apropos name ‘Use Your Delusion.’ Come hear Honus Honus perform at Haymarket this Sunday and check it out for yourself.

    When: November 6, 9-11 p.m. 
    Where: Haymarket Whiskey Bar, 331 E. Market St. 
    Website: Honus Honus
    Cost: $10


    Sarah Hyland | The Laughing Derby

    Sarah Hyland is Louisville through-and-through. Born and raised in The River City, Hyland moved to Chicago and studied improvisation at the famed Second City and began doing stand-up at the legendary club, Zanie’s. She eventually moved to Los Angeles and appeared on “Mad TV” and Ashton Kutcher’s MTV moment of zeitgeist, “Punk’d.” She has continued to work onstage and produce web shorts centered on the various characters she cooks up in her exquisitely weird head.

    When: November 6, 6-8 p.m. 
    Where: The Laughing Derby, 1250 Bardstown Road 
    Website: Sarah Hyland
    Cost: $15


    Tony Award-Winning Assassins | Jewish Community Center

    Come out to see Assassins, a Tony Award-winning musical by lyricist Stephen Sondheim and author John Weidman. Assassins create the perfect political satire by delving into what motivated nine men and women who have killed, or attempted to kill, a U.S. President.

    When: November 6, 2 p.m. 
    Where: Jewish Community Center of Louisville, 3600 Dutchman's Lane
    Website: Assassins
    Cost: $20+

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