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Friday, August 31, 2012

Have a Fun Labor Day Weekend!


We hope you have a wonderful, long weekend at some of these amazing events around town… enjoy!

WorldFest- Friday, August 31- Sunday, September 2, 11am-11pm each day; on downtown Louisville’s Belvedere; FREE admission; one of the region’s largest international festivals

7th Annual Back-to-School Pool Party- Friday, August 31, 6-8pm at the Southwest Family YMCA, 2800 Fordhaven Road; FREE swimming, pizza, and inflatables; fun for your entire family (no membership required to attend event; open to the community)!

Crescent Hill Outdoor Cinema- Friday, August 31 at dusk on the Peterson-Dumesnil House lawn, 301 S. Peterson Ave.; FREE to the public; bring a blanket or chair and enjoy Puss in Boots and Ghostbusters at this double feature

Hike, Bike and Paddle- Monday, September 3, 10am-2pm at Waterfront Park; Jefferson Memorial Forest is providing canoe tours on the Ohio River; FREE; bring your whole family

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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Music to Their Ears



Here are Five Ways Parents Can Help Their Children Learn About Music from Music Together’s Kenneth Guilmartin:

Simply sing and dance with your child. The best thing you can do to help set your child on the road to a lifelong love of music is to participate enthusiastically in music activities yourself. Have you ever noticed how instinctively children try to imitate older siblings and grownups? Imitation is an important part of how they learn. Children learn to talk this way, as well as to walk. If you read books, they’ll want to read. If you sing and dance, they will, too.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

KentuckyShow! Giveaway


We’ve got a whopper of a giveaway this week.  At the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, there’s an amazing production going on called KentuckyShow!.

This breathtaking, large screen, multi-media production narrated by Ashley Judd really captures the unique elements that make our Bluegrass State so spectacular.  It’s even one of the recommended attractions in Louisville on tripadvisor!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Family Challenge- Family Dinner


“What’s for dinner?” Most nights this question is directed at my husband. Unfortunately for him, I don’t cook. For a few years, he held out hope I would change my mind, but 11 years and 2 kids later my specialty remains take-out.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Parent’s Perspective- Part 6


Carrie Vittitoe, parent-writer for Today's Family magazine, gives us her perspective on summer break and getting back into the swing of things in a new school year.

And They’re Off! When I was a childless middle school teacher, I lived for the quiet and ease of summer break. Now that I have three young children and my summers are not quiet or easy, I feel differently. My kids bicker and throw tantrums during the summer months, and I tire of playing concierge for my kids.
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