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Holidays in Louisville KY 2013

Christmas Louisville KY 2013Looking for some festive ways to get into the holiday spirit in Louisville KY this year?  Louisville is a wonderful place to enjoy the winter months. Take a break from the hustle bustle of holiday shopping and check out some of the enjoyable activities around the community this season.

1) Christmas at The Galt House

The Galt House Hotel hosts several holiday events each year.  Lots of festivities for adults and children alike! For example, there are still a few performances of the Colors of the Season Holiday Dinner Show this month on December 10th, 12th, and 14th. Tickets are $48.95 for adults and $20.95 for children or $38.95 and $13.95 for the matinee show on December 12th. KaLightoscope runs until January 1st and includes a wonderful display of artistic lights, Christmas Village with Snow Fairy Princess, and Candy Cane Forest with Peppermint Express Kiddie Train.  You can get one free child's admission with the purchase of an adult admission ticket ($14.99 Monday-Friday or $18.99 Friday-Sunday) and each additional child is $9.99. The Galt House also has a variety of interactive experiences for children and even a few character meals including a Breakfast With Santa on Dec 14th and 21st from 10am to 12 noon.

2) Lights Under Louisville at the Louisville Mega Cavern

The Louisville Mega Cavern is again transformed this year for Lights Under Louisville. Take a trip out with your family and enjoy a 30-40 minute ride through the cavern for a fantastic light display! Admission is $25.00 per car. 

3)  Attend a Show

Louisville has a vibrant arts community and several of the local groups have holiday performances. Actors Theatre of Louisville will be presenting A Christmas Carol through December 23rd. Tickets range from $32 to $54 a person. Derby Dinner Playhouse (just across the river in Clarksville, IN) is presenting two holiday shows: Winter Wonderettes and Jingle Arrgh the Way! A Christmas Pirate Adventure. Tickets range from $35 to $41 dollars a person. Stage One Family Theatre is again presenting The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (appropriate for kids ages 8 and up) at the Kentucky Center in the Bomhard Theatre on December 14th and 21st. Tickets are $19.75. You can also take in a fantastic performance of The Brown-Forman Nutcracker presented by Louisville Ballet until December 22nd.

4) Explore the Bourbon Trail

The Bourbon Trail is great fun throughout the year for locals and also for tourists. Several of the nearby distilleries host holiday events in December. Woodford Reserve Distillery offers a Holiday Lunch through December 29th as well as a Holiday Dinner With Lantern Tour available on Friday and Saturday evenings through December 28th. Candlelight Tours are offered at Maker's Mark Distillery

5) Visit My Old Kentucky Home

My Old Kentucky Home in nearby Bardstown Kentucky will again offer Christmas Candlelight Tours complete with period music, refreshments, and holiday decor. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for seniors, $3.50 for children ages 6-12, and free for children ages 5 and younger.

6) Go to a Holiday Craft Show

The Kentucky Exposition Center is holding a Christmas Gift & Decor Show December 13th-15th. Check out the displays of home made crafts, candles, food, jewelry and more! Admission is free except for fairgrounds parking. There will also be photos with Santa offered.

For more ways to enjoy the culture of Louisville, area information, or details about the Louisville Real Estate market conditions feel free to contact At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group at 502-371-1173. We would love to meet you!


Kentucky State Fair 2013

KY State FairIts hard to believe its almost August! Soon it will be time again for the Kentucky State Fair which runs August 15th-25th! The fair is always a fun summer event for families.  Tickets to the State Fair are $8 in advance or $10 at the gate for Adults and $6 for children and seniors. The fairgrounds are open from 7am-midnight (10pm for exhibits) and parking is $8 a vehicle.  The fair offers everything from livestock, arts and crafts, produce, horse shows, and rides to experience.  And of course there is also tons and tons of tempting food to break your diet. One of the best things about the KY State Fair are the various concerts available.  Many of them are free!  Below is a list of the free concerts offered this year.

Aug 15- Vertical Horizon

Aug 17- Chevelle

Aug 18- Oak Ridge Boys

Aug 19- Casting Crowns

Aug 20- Clay Walker

Aug 21- Jerrod Neimann

Aug 23- Montgomery Gentry

Aug 24- Theory of a Dead Man

There are also a variety of paid concerts this year including performers like Alan Jackson, Gary Allan, The Wanted Carly Rae Jepsen, Toby Keith, Duck Dynasty, and Jeff Dunham. Take the opportunity for a fun day or night this August and check out the KY State Fair! For more information about Louisville KY area events contact one of our Realtors In Louisville KY and we will be glad to tell you more about the community!


CenterStage 2013-2014 Season Opening

Legally Blonde CenterStage Louisville KYTonight CenterStage at the Jewish Community Center in Louisville KY opens its 2013-2014 Season. The season is kicking off with a bang and a bubbly laugh with Legally Blonde: The Musical which runs from July 11th-21st! If you're looking for a fun summer night out- this is it! The story is from the novel Legally Blonde as well as the film which starred Reese Witherspoon. The storyline follows lead character Elle Woods, a ditsy but endearing sorority girl, who earns a law degree to win back her ex.  The show is loaded with catchy songs and smiles and is sure to provide a fun night out.

CenterStage has an awesome season lined up this year including Legally Blonde, A New Brain, Les Miserables, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Wit, The Color Purple, and The Sound of Music.  Individual show tickets run $20 at the door or $18 in advance.  Rush tickets are also available for evening performances on Sunday, Monday, or Thursday for $10 a ticket. Season tickets are $98 for the entire 7 show season or $80 for a pick 5.  For more information about events in the Louisville area or Louisville Real Estate, contact a member of our team today!


Kentucky Derby 2013 Louisville KY

Kentucky Derby 2013Whether you live in Kentucky, are thinking of moving to Kentucky, or just know what Kentucky is, then you have probably heard of our Kentucky Derby.

Here in Louisville, Derby isn't just a one day event. Derby is a month long celebration in Louisville, Ky. To prepare to celebrate this grand event, make sure you know two things:  which horses are running in the Derby and how to make a Kentucky Mint Julep! 

Post Horse Jockey Odds Post Horse Jockey Odds
1 Black Onyx Joe Bravo 50-1 12 Itsmyluckyday Elvis Trujillo 15-1
2 Oxbow Gary Stevens 30-1 13 Falling Sky Luis Saez 50-1
3 Revolutionary Calvin Borel 10-1 14 Verrazano John Velazquez 4-1
4 Golden Soul Robby Albarado 50-1 15 Charming Kitten Edgar Prado 20-1
5 Normandy Invasion Javier Castellano 12-1 16 Orb Joel Rosario 7-2
6 Mylute Rosie Napravnik 15-1 17 Will Take Charge Jon Court 20-1
7 Giant Finish Jose Espinoza 50-1 18 Frac Daddy Victor Lebron 50-1
8 Goldencents Kevin Krigger 5-1 19 Java's War Julien Leparoux 15-1
9 Overanalyze Rafael Bejarano 15-1 20 Vyjack Garrett Gomez 15-1
10 Palace Malice Mike Smith 20-1 AE Fear the Kitten Alan Garcia 50-1
11 Lines of Battle Ryan Moore 30-1

It’s time to pick your winner for the 139th Kentucky Derby!

So which horses are racing in the 2013 Derby? Check out the table to the right to view this year's horses. So how do YOU select your horse? Name? Best Odds? Jockey? Any method is a good one!

Now that you've chosen your horse, its time to enjoy a tasty mint julep!

Kentucky Derby Mint JulepMint Julep Ingredients:

Mint leaves
2 tablespoons Mint Syrup
Crushed ice
2 tablespoons water
2 ounces Kentucky bourbon


Crush a few mint leaves in the bottom of an 8-ounce Mint Julep Cup until mixture forms a paste. Then fill the Mint Julep Cup 1/2 full with crushed or shaved ice. Add ready Mint Syrup, water, and bourbon. Stir until the silver cup is frosted on the outside. If you are choosing to use a glass cup, note that it will not frost on the outside. To serve, accompany with a fresh piece of mint.

To learn more about events in Louisville KY, contact one of our Realtors in Louisville KY!

By: Katelyn Vittitow, Buyer Agent


Kentucky Derby 2013

Kentucky DerbyIts that time of year again! The Kentucky Derby is just around the corner and pre -Derby festivities area already in full swing. The 139th Kentucky Derby will take place at Churchill Downs in Louisville Kentucky Saturday May 4th 2013.  Each year on the first Saturday in May, approximately 20 throughbreds continue the tradition and compete in the one and a quarter mile race.  

Parties take place all around town as well as in various cities across the U.S. If you're new to the Louisville area, you'll notice that Derby Day is treated much like a standard holiday here and receives just as much anticipation. Numerous businesses close early and mint juleps and stunning hats abound. Visitors descend on the town and some local residents even rent their homes out for the event. Its truly an exciting way to celebrate spring! 
Mint Julep

Tickets to Derby range from $40 for general admission which allows standing room only viewing from the infield to multiple thousand dollar seating high above the track (some seats reserved years in advance). Neighborhood parties and family gatherings are often just as enjoyable as experiencing the Derby in person. Gather with family and friends for a party to enjoy the sunny spring breezes complete with derby attire, snacks, and games. Have a Happy Derby Day!

For more information about things to do in Louisville, KY or updates on the Louisville Real Estate Market, contact At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group.


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatIf you're looking for a fun night out this weekend, consider attending one of the five remaining performances of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat performed by CenterStage at the Jewish Community Center.  The popular musical first premiered in London's West End in the 1970s and then on Broadway in 1982 with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice (well known to many for his contributions to Disney's Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and Lion King). The show follows the Old Testament story of Joseph from the Book of Genesis and is presented by a narrator along with a large cast of adults and children.  Songs cover a variety of musical styles including western, rock, calypso, french ballad, and disco. CenterStage presents seven shows a year and is directed by John R. Leffert.  Shows offer an enjoyable night out and showcase the talents of local actors and musicians.  Support our local community theatre and take in a show this weekend!

Remaining Productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat:

Monday February 25th at 7:30pm

Thursday February 28th at 7:30pm

Saturday March 2nd at 7:30pm

Sunday March 3rd at 2:00pm and 7:00pm

Tickets are available at the Jewish Community Center located at 3600 Dutchman's Lane, Louisville, KY or via phone at 502-459-0660.

Contact us for additional things to do in Louisville Ky or to learn about the Louisville Real Estate market.



Belle of Louisville

Belle of Louisville

If you're visiting the Louisville area or looking for a fun outing, you might enjoy a cruise on the Belle of Louisville.  The Belle of Louisville holds the title of the oldest river-style steamboat in the world and still operates year round providing sight seeing and entertainment to city residents and tourists alike.  

The Belle of Louisville will turn 100 years old in 2014 and the city will hold a birthday celebration. The steamboat was built in Pennsylvania in 1914 and originally named the Idlewild.  The boat was named a historic landmark in 1989.  The Belle of Louisville is the property of Louisville Metro Government and offers lunch or dinner sightseeing cruises, historic river tours, comedy cruises, and special holiday events. You can also book the Belle for private events and it makes a unique venue for proms, reunions, weddings, and corporate events.  

While on board the Belle you'll enjoy listening to entertainment, learning historic facts, and viewing the scenic river from the decks. Concessions are also available on board.  Tickets to cruise on the Belle generally run between 20 and 40 dollars depending on which cruise you prefer and whether or not you choose to enjoy a meal while aboard.  Tickets to the Belle of Louisville can be purchased on the Belle's website, via phone, or at the ticket office located at 401 West River Road in Downtown Louisville.  There are loads of things to do in the Louisville area!  Feel free to browse for more Louisville attractions or contact a member of At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group to learn about homes in Louisville.



Big Four Bridge

Big Four Bridge OpeningIt’s finally here. The old train bridge that has been transformed into a pedestrian friendly walkway opened this morning, February 7th 2013. Mayor Greg Fisher had an official opening ceremony at the base of the spiral walkway.

The Big Four Bridge has been a work in progress for some time. If you have traveled down River Rd recently into Downtown, you might have caught a glimpse of construction workers putting together the new spiral walkway that leads to the refurbished Big Four Bridge.  The bridge has been re-decked, and lighting and handrails have been installed. Kentucky and Indiana officials announced in 2011 that a total of $22 million was to be spent on the project. Indiana has not yet finished their side of the ramp, but Kentuckians are now welcome to visit and walk this historic bridge (the bridge originally opened in 1895!).

The bridge is also bicycle friendly and will have a painted line down the center of the bridge for bicyclists. This isn’t surprising considering Louisville has been recognized many times for being a top bicycle friendly city in America.

A full walk from one side of the bridge to the other, including the ramp, and back (the Indiana ramp is not yet finished so you'll have to make the journey back) will be a good 2 mile walk. So if you are looking for a fun and healthy way to get in shape and see some sights this spring, make sure to stop by the Big Four Bridge.

For more exciting events in Louisville continue to check out our blog or contact one of the amazing Louisville Realtors on our team.

By:  Katelyn Vittitow, Buyer Agent


Singing Valentines Louisville KY 2013

Singing ValentinesLooking for a wonderful unique gift this Valentines Day?  Why not send a Singing Valentine to your sweetheart?  Pride of Kentucky Chorus has been delivering singing valentines for over 25 years and our team owner Kathryn Sotelo is a proud member and participant! Singing Valentines are $40 for a personal visit or $10 for a song delivered via phone. A costumed quartet will appear at your location of choice on February 13th or 14th and make this Valentines Day one your loved one will never forget! To place your order or to view song choices and additional features visit the Pride of Kentucky Chorus website or call 502-368-SONG.  Explore the At Home In Louisville blog and community pages to learn more about Louisville activities and homes in Louisville.


Valentines Day Ideas

It’s not always easy to get away for a romantic weekend or create that perfect date night on Valentine’s Day, especially with a hectic schedule and a family at home. So, I spent some time on Pinterest and found a few fun simple ways to get into the Valentine's Day spirit at home. Don’t forget to check out our At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group Pinterest boards http://pinterest.com/AtHomeInLou/ for some more great holiday tips and crafts! 

Valentine PhotoValentines Day decorative frame: What could be a quicker way to spruce up the home than printing a little Valentine photo (personal or predesigned ) and popping it into a picture frame? Chic frames can be purchased online or in local stores (Target is great!).  If you can’t find one in white, you can always grab a can of spray paint and make your own!

Valentines drinking straws: This is a fun way to add a little love to your drinks. Cut out some paper hearts and decorate them.  You can add sweet sayings or decorate with markers. Then cut two small straight lines throught the center and slide in your drinking straw.  Quick and cute! See the pins in the DIY & Crafts board on At Home In Louisville's pinterest page and link through for step by step instructions.

Valentines PizzaValentines Pizzas: No need to bake endless amount of red and pink cupcakes for this holiday. Grab a pair of cooking scissors and cut little pieces of pepperoni into hearts. Cook them on your pizza and enjoy!

Valentines Day Drinks: Nothing could be more simple than adding food coloring or strawberry powder mix to your milk to get a perfectly pink drink. You can even decorate your glass if you like.  There are also tons of delicious drink options online like this recipe for Cupid's Floats: Cherry 7 up, a scoop of vanilla ice cream, topped with a maraschino cherry.

Candy CenterpieceEdible Valentines Centerpiece: Cute, easy, and yummy! This décor is double handy- It gives your house the feel of Valentine’s Day until February 14th, and when you are done with the decoration you don’t have to throw it out, you get to eat it. Win win.

We hope you enjoy your Valentines Day in Louisville Ky this year!  We invite you to visit our website for more things to do in Louisville and to view Louisville Real Estate

By:  Katelyn Vittitow, Buyer Agent


Louisville Mega Cavern

Louisville Mega CavernThe Louisville Mega Cavern is an up and coming entertainment option in the Louisville area.  The cavern is a man made 100 acre cavern that was formerly a limestone quarry.  The quarry began operation in the 1930s and limestone was mined in the facility for 42 years. In 1989, private owners purchased the cavern and began using it  to store recycled rock and other materials.  The cavern remains 56 degrees year round and would reportedly provide protection from weather events or elements of war.  At one time, state officials considered using the cavern as a bomb shelter.  The cavern is now a year round Louisville attraction offering SUV tours, underground Zip Line adventures as of 2011, and a Christmas light display "Lights Under Louisville".   The Louisville Mega Cavern is located at 1841 Taylor Ave, Louisville, KY 40213.  Zip line tickets currently range from 49 to 79 dollars and tram tours are $8 for children and $13.50 for adults.  Contact At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group to learn more about things to do in Louisville, KY and Louisville Real Estate.



Baby Zebra at The Louisville Zoo

The Louisville Zoo recently welcomed a baby zebra!  This new bundle of joy arrived on January 18th, 2013 and was the first baby zebra born at the Louisville Zoo in 13 years!  The baby foal is a female Hartmann mountain zebra and will be available for public viewing soon!  What a great outing for the winter and spring months ahead!  The Louisville Zoo provides wonderful educational opportunities to families in our area.  If you'd like to learn more about animal species on exhibit at the Zoo, you can view interesting fact sheets on the zoo's website.  Adult Hartmann Mountain Zebras weigh approximately six hundred pounds and wild zebras enjoy a diet of tall grasses.  Did you know that no two zebras have the same pattern of stripes? WHAS11 news has several photos up of the zoo baby- what a cutie!  Click the link to read the story and view photos of this new girl- Baby Zebra At The Louisville Zoo.  To learn more about local attractions like The Louisville Zoo, contact a member of At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group today!



Louisville Science Center

Kentucky Science CenterIf you're looking for a rainy/snowy day activity, you might enjoy a trip to the Louisville science center (Kentucky Science Center) in downtown Louisville located at 727 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202.  The science center is open daily throughout the year but closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Derby Day (Derby Day is treated as a holiday for many in Louisville!!).  The science center opens at 9:30am and closes at 5pm most days (9pm on Fridays and Saturdays).  The science center has a few standard exhibits as well as temporary exhibits.  Kids will enjoy the gift shop and hands on activities.  The Louisville science center also houses an IMAX movie with several rotating films.  Tickets to both the science center and an IMAX film are currently $18 for adults and $16 for children 12 and under.  You can also purchase a ticket to the science center alone or an IMAX film alone for a lower purchase price.  If you'd like something to do on a Friday or Saturday night, tickets to the IMAX are only $5 after 5pm.  You can even buy a dual membership to the Kentucky Science Center and The Louisville Zoo.  The Science Center has several events during the year including a Thunder Over Louisville celebration, overnight adventures for school groups, after school programs, and programs for boy and girl scouts.  The top floor of the science center houses a Riverview Room which is a rental venue for corporate parties and weddings.  If you'd like to learn more about things to do in Louisville, the Louisville area, or homes in Louisville, At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group would be glad to show you around.



Winter Activities 2013

It’s freezing outside! Literally. It’s no fun taking the kids out into the cold, but cabin fever can strike fast after a few days at home. So what are some fun things to do right here in Louisville with your family that don't require 2 pairs of gloves? Below are a few fun winter activities.  Some are free and some charge a small admission fee.

Blue Grass Indoor KartingRace Around.

Indoor go karts right here in the Bluegrass state. Let the kids put the pedal to the medal, then jump in your own kart and race them at this (warm!) indoor go kart rink (Blue Grass Indoor Karting).

Our Own Piece of History

The Belle of Louisville is turning 100 years old next fall. There will be a huge 4 day festival to commemorate this historic event. Did you know the Belle is the oldest working steamboat in our nation? It’s the 2nd oldest working steamboat in the world- South America has a working steamboat that is only one year older. The crowds will be lining up next year to take a ride on the Belle in her 100th year of operation so get in before everyone else does! Cruise the Ohio River on a relaxing tour and kick back.Louisville Public Library

Reading and Crafts

The Louisville Free Public Library has monthly book clubs, knitting clubs, kids clubs and other activities.  It’s not just a place to check out books anymore- although you should check out a few while you are there. Each library location has their own monthly crafts and/or clubs so make sure to take the kids over and let them learn while they're entertained. The best part- it’s free!

Derby City on Display

I have lived in Louisville for 10 years and still haven’t made it to the Derby. It’s on my bucket list. I went to Churchill Downs and visited the Kentucky Derby Museum a few times when I was a child, and it was a great experience. The Derby Museum is open from 9-5 Monday-Saturday and 11-5pm on Sundays during the winter months.  Churchill Downs is a hotspot for Louisville and brings people from all over the world to our fair city.  Let the kids learn a few things about the history of this great sport and check out the museum! If you make a few calls in this spring, you can take your children to the race tracks in the morning and let them watch the horses practice racing on the field.  Racing resumes Saturday April 27th.    

To Learn more about homes in Louisville or things to do in the Louisville area, contact At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group.

By:  Katelyn Vittitow, Buyer Agent


The Louisville Zoo

Louisville ZooThe Louisville Zoo is open year round offering a year full of educational opportunities and events for local families.  If you're visiting the area, the zoo is an enjoyable outing for children or adults alike.  The zoo is open every day (with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day) and is open until 6pm during the summer months and 5pm the remainder of the year. The-Louisville-Zoo-Polar-Bear

 The Louisville Zoo is located at 1100 Trevilian Way, Louisville, KY 40213 just minutes from The Highlands and Bellarmine University.  The zoo boasts a variety of animals and has several award winning exhibits including Islands (a multi species rotational exhibit ), Gorilla Forest, and their newest highlight Glacier Run (a great way to view polar bears and grizzly bears). There are numerous events at the zoo throughout the year including a fun Halloween Party, concerts, a walking club, movie nights for kids, school programs, night safaris, camps, and more! Admission to the zoo is currently $14.95 for adults and $10.50 for children and seniors.  

OrangutanZoo membership is currently $59 for an individual or $89 for a family (with promotional discounts offered at times).  Zoo membership gives unlimited admission throughout the year, a discount at the gift shop, discounts on concessions, as well as free or discounted admission to zoos and aquariums included on a special reciprocal entry list (viewable on The Louisville Zoo website).  To learn more about things to do in the Louisville area or homes in Louisville KY, we invite you to explore our website or contact a member of At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group.  We would love to show you around town!



Happy Thanksgiving in Louisville KY 2012

Thanksgiving In Louisville Ky 2012Happy Thanksgiving!!  At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group is so thankful for all of our Friends, Family, and Clients.  We are also very thankful for warm homes and another wonderful year at Keller Williams!  What are your Thanksgiving Day plans?  Whether you are spending a quiet day at home, traveling, or going for an outing we wish you a memorable safe holiday.

If you are planning to venture out on Thanksgiving Day or over the weekend and would like some festive entertainment options, you might enjoy visiting Churchill Downs,  going to see A Christmas Story at Actors Theatre of Louisville, or a performance of White Christmas at Derby Dinner Playhouse.  You can also take in a movie at Tinseltown or RAVE.  Fitness enthusiasts might even like to take part in the various Thanksgiving Day Runs or "Turkey Trots" in town.  The YMCA and and Anchorage Civic Club will both be hosting a Turkey Trot this year.  Have a restful and wonderful Holiday weekend!



CenterStage JCC Louisville Ky Presents Ragtime November 2012

Ragtime with CenterStage at the Jewish Community CenterCenterStage at the Jewish Community Center in Louisville, Ky is currently presenting the Broadway Musical Ragtime.  If you've never seen a show with CenterStage you should definitely check it out.  CenterStage presents six to seven shows a year and is easily one of the best community theatres in town.  Ragtime won the 1998 Tony Awards for Best Score, Book, and Orchestrations.  The story follows three fictional families from different ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds at the turn of the 20th century.  As the families lives intertwine, the audience is given a thought provoking look at a variety of social issues.  CenterStage gives a powerful performance that is sure to captivate you.  If you'd like to see the show you can purchase tickets by phone 502-459-0660 or at the front desk at the Jewish Community Center located at 3600 Dutchmans Lane.  Two chances left to see the show!  Check out the Centerstage page to see other shows playing this season.

Saturday November 10th at 7:30pm or Sunday November 11th at 2:00pm

For more information about other events in the area, visit our Louisville Real Estate Website.




Frankfort Ave Fat Friday Trolley Hop

The Frankfort Avenue Trolley, also known as F.A.T. Friday, runs on the final Friday of every month from 6:00-10:30pm.   While riding the Frankfort Avenue Trolley, it's fun to discover great shopping, dining and entertainment in the historic Frankfort Avenue corridor.  Fat Friday offers FREE and Public Parking areas. The way to ride the Frankfort Avenue Trolley is simply, park the car and hop on the trolley at any designated stop on the final friday of the month and let the fun begin.

Frankfort Avenue Trolley Hop

The Fat Friday Trolley Hop is a blast!  If you have any questions about the Hop or what Homes are for Sale in the Cresent Hill Neighborhoodcontact the At Home in Louisville Team




Halloween in Louisville KY 2012


Autumn Louisville KyOctober is drawing to a close and Halloween is almost here!  The leaves are changing colors around town and the crisp autumn days give us thoughts of apple cider, pumpkin carving, and hay rides!  The Holidays are just around the corner!  Keller Williams started out the October fun with a Wacky Wednesday door decorating contest. At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group celebrated with a fun mummy door.  How did we do? Halloween Door DecoratingThere are so many ways to enjoy the Fall Months in Louisville KY.  Here are a few upcoming October events and outings to get your fall off to a fun start. Its always a great sunny autumn day with pumpkin picking and wine tasting at Hubers in Southern Indiana.  Old Louisville will be hosting a Victorian Ghost Walk from October 26th-28th.  If you enjoy a good scare, Danger Run will be open through October 27th.
Crescent Hill, a Louisville neighborhood, has a standing tradition of trying to outdo neighboring homes by creating the best Halloween yard decor along Hillcrest Avenue.  If you'd enjoy a little walk through the subdivision, they will be continuing the Hillcrest Halloween tradition this year.  There are also still two more weekends to enjoy a Halloween party at the Louisville Zoo with the kids!  Have a wonderful October everyone and stay safe while trick-or-treating!  




Memorial Day Louisville, Kentucky 2012

Memorial Day 2012Happy Memorial Day 2012!  Its hard to believe that May is already drawing to a close. Schools are letting out for the summer and the rising temperatures and sunny days have most Louisvillians dreaming of barbeques, pool parties, and summer vacations.  What  better way to remember our fallen heroes than to spend some relaxing quality time with family and give thanks for our blessings.

Louisville residents have many choices of activities during the Memorial Day Holiday weekend.  This Friday the 25th is the monthly F.A.T. Friday Trolley Hop for shopping, entertainment, and food. On Saturday afternoon, you can journey down to River Road for the Kentucky Reggae Festival with live music, vendor market, and jamaican cuisine!  

Abbey Road on the River, the world's largest Beatles inspired music festival will be landing in Louisville Kentucky again this year and performances can be seen in various downtown venues this Thursday May 24th-Monday May 28th.   Nickelback will also be performing at the Yum Center on Saturday evening and there is a Saturday evening Louisville Bats homegame at Slugger Field.  Physical fitness enthusiasts will enjoy gathering downtown at Waterfront Park at 8:30am on Memorial Day Monday for the Annual Mayor's Hike, Bike, & Paddle.  Whether you choose to get involved in one of the many public celebrations or spend a quiet day with family at home, we wish you a wonderful and restful Memorial Day weekend!Memorial Day Cook Out

For more information, contact Louisville Homes