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    The Village Anchor Celebrity Host Dinner

    Eat, Drink, and be Merry while helping support The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum! Take part in The Village Anchor Celebrity Host Dinner August 4th from 5-10pm! Join us for fabulous food, a silent auction, and more! Perfect for a Date night or a family dinner! Reservations in advance are necessary for this event. So please call 502-708-1850 and mention The Conrad-Caldwell House when making your reservation.

    The Village Anchor

    11507 Park Road

    Monday, August 4, 5:00pm-10:00 pm

    Buying of a free meal

    Louisville Bats vs. Rochester

    Come cheer on your Louisville Bats as they take on Rochester at home. Grab your friends and family and head down to Slugger Field for a great time!

    Louisville Slugger Field

    401 E. Main St.

    Monday, August 4, 7:05 pm


    Technical Seminar- Linked In: A Marketing Tool Not Just A Resume Holder

    The STC (Society for Technical Communication) is hosting a seminar on using LinkedIn to its full potential. Charlene Burke (the founder of Search by Burke) will present "LinkedIn: A Marketing Tool, Not Just a Resume Holder." Learn to enhance your LinkedIn profile and use the platform as an effective marketing tool, and how to:

    *) Complete your profile 100%. A few tips to make it the foundation for your marketing efforts.
    *) Build Your Network: How to use Discussions in Groups to connect with professionals.
    *) InMail: Don’t Spam! Invite your connections offline to begin the relationship.
    *) Nurture your connections so that you stay top of mind.
    *) Share content to show your expertise.

    Webster University

    1031 Zorn Avenue

    Tuesday, August 5, 6:00 pm 


    The Kentucky Center Presents Tales of a Tin Cup: An Evening with Butch Harmon

    Butch Harmon, world-renowned golf coach to many successful PGA tour professionals, will return to Louisville for The First Tee of Louisville's 2014 Tales of the Tin Cup: An Evening with Butch Harmon, presented by Humana. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for food and beverage, and a fun, interactive expo by our presenting sponsor, Humana. Event starts at 7:00 p.m. in the Bomhard Theater and includes a Q&A session.

    Location: Kentucky Center, Bomhard Theater

    Ages: All Ages

    Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

    The Kentucky Center

    501 West Main Street

    Tuesday, August 5, 7:00 pm

    $60 for adults, $25.00 for children 18 and under

    The Baseball Project and Hollis Brown at Zanzabar

    "That's the true harbinger of spring," legendary baseball impresario Bill Veeck once opined, "not crocuses or swallows returning to Capistrano, but the sound of a bat on the ball." This year there's another welcome sign that spring is on the way, that baseball is about to resume its rightful place on the national stage, and that all will once again be right with the world: the new album from The Baseball Project, 3rd, hits the streets a week before the opening day of the 2014 season. Born and bred in New York City, Hollis Brown embarked on a pilgrimage to Nashville to capture their authentic sound. They shacked up for two weeks in the backyard cabin/studio of producer Adam Landry (Deer Tick, Middle Brother), and found themselves. They recorded everything live, straight to analog tape. The result was a warm, vintage sound that displays the band's explosive live energy. Their new EP,Nothing & The Famous No One, takes the listener back to that cabin to experience the raw vibe, smell the smoke, and feel alive.

    Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 11:59 pm)
    This event is 21 and over


    2100 South Preston 

    Tuesday, August 5, 8:00 pm 


    Kids Craft Workshop

    The Conrad-Caldwell House is hosting A Day in the Life, a kids summer craft workshop. We'll read books from the Victorian era and make crafts that children who grew up in Victorian Louisville might have done in their own summer vacations. This session we will learning a bit of decoupage! The cost is $10 per child. Parents are asked to stay with their children throughout the workshop. All materials will be provided. Please visit for more details.

    The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum

    1402 St. James Court at Magnolia Avenue

    Wednesday, August 6, 10:00 am-12:00 pm 

    $10 per child

    Kentucky Opera Kickoff Party

    Party at the Brown Theatre August 7 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Hosted by Kentucky Opera, The Kentucky Center, Wiltshire on Market, Korbel Champagne, and Café Press Kentucky Opera is celebrating the Brown-Forman 2014/15 Season with a party at the Brown Theatre on Thursday, August 7 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The free and open to the public event will feature live entertainment, backstage tours, hors d'oeuvres from Wiltshire on Market, a complimentary champagne cocktail from Korbel and giveaways every half hour. The first fifty guests will receive a jam packed swag bag courtesy of Café Press. Easy Rock and 102.3 the Max’s Lambert and Lindsey Morning Show will broadcast live from 5 - 7pm! Those who subscribe at the event, will get free parking at the Brown Theatre garage for the entire season — a $30 value. Single tickets for the Brown Forman Kentucky Opera 2014/15 Season will be available on August 14 by calling 502.584.7777 or visiting Entering its 63rd season of production, Kentucky Opera was founded in 1952 and designated the State Opera of Kentucky in 1982.The Brown-Forman 2014/15 Kentucky Opera Season starts with Beethoven’s only opera, FIDELIO on September 19 & 21.

    Brown Theatre

    315 West Broadway 

    Thursday, August 7, 5:00 pm 

    Free and open to the public

    Writers Alan Grostephan and Ashley Farmer to read at Carmichael's 

    On Thursday, August 7th at 7 PM (at our Frankfort Ave location) Carmichael's welcomes Minnesota native Alan Grostephan for a reading from his taut and moving novel "Bogota." Named one of the best ten books of fiction of 2013 by The Wall Street Journal, "Bogota" is also long-listed for the Pen/Robert W. Bingham Prize. Mr. Grostephan will be joined by former Louisvillian Ashley Farmer who will read from her new collection of stories "Beside Myself.' Ms. Farmer currently serves as managing editor for Juked and lives in Southern California. We hope you'll be able to join us!

    Carmichael's Bookstore

    2720 Frankfort Ave. 

    Thursday, August 7, 7:00 pm 


    Backroom Comedy at Impellizzeri's Downtown

    Comedienne Melissa Doran ( ) hosts performances by 5 great comedians.
    Each week, a different show! Every Thursday night at 9pm with a $5 cover including Happy Hour Prices.

    Downtown Impellizzeri's

    110 West Main Street

    Thursday, August 7, 9:00 pm 


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