Tag: Things to Do in Louisville Louisville, KY Charities: Giving Back this Thanksgiving Louisville, KY Charities: Giving Back this Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful for what we have: homes, families, food on the table, and friends. When you live in Lousiville, finding time to give back to… Written by Bob Sokoler November 12, 2013 No Comments Louisville’s 2013 Turkey Day Run Louisville’s 2013 Turkey Day Run The holiday season is approaching fast, and many Louisville residents have already developed the giving spirit that comes with it. This November 28th, the Louisville YMCA will sponsor their 43rd… Written by Bob Sokoler November 7, 2013 No Comments Halloween Decorations for Your Louisville Home Halloween Decorations for Your Louisville Home Halloween is one of the most family fun times of the year, as kids get the chance to dress up like their favorite spooky characters, and you get the chance… Written by Bob Sokoler October 8, 2013 No Comments Louisville’s 502 Lunch Week Louisville’s 502 Lunch Week As Louisville, KY residents you know and understand the great features the city has to offer. One of the greatest features enjoyed is the wonderful food that is served on… Written by Bob Sokoler September 6, 2013 No Comments Great Places to Shop at in Louisville, KY Great Places to Shop at in Louisville, KY When you’ve had too much to do and just want a day of relaxation and shopping around, Louisville has a number of places to go to. It’s a time to… Written by Bob Sokoler August 25, 2013 No Comments Great Places to Eat at in Louisville, KY Great Places to Eat at in Louisville, KY Louisville is the capital of horse breeding and bourbon, but what people don’t realize are the amazing restaurants located within the area. Here are three Louisville favorites: Queen of Sheba… Written by Bob Sokoler July 9, 2013 No Comments Things to Admire About Louisville: The Slugger Walk Things to Admire About Louisville: The Slugger Walk For Louisville’s baseball fans, the hall of fame means something different. No longer are names simply put on a plaque and forgotten in the museum. That would certainly be no… Written by Bob Sokoler June 21, 2013 No Comments About our blog Follow our YouTube Channel!