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Friday, July 17, 2015

What To Do This Weekend: Experience the Wonders of Nature!

  • This Saturday, July 18, the Arts Council of Southern Indiana is hosting the 5th Annual Monarch Celebration. Enjoy an afternoon of performances, presentations, music, and local vendors, then watch as 300 Monarch butterflies are released to make their yearly journey to the South. The event is free, with the first 300 visitors receiving vouchers to release a butterfly.
  • Experience the great outdoors, Sunday, July 19, 11am to 3pm, at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve's Family Fun Day! Enjoy a variety of activities such as foot races, face painting, a fire hose "splashdown," and an ice cream eating contest.
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  • Take the whole family back in time to a movie under the stars at the Georgetown Drive-In! Enjoy a double feature, with the first film starting at 9:30pm and the second at approximately 11:30. Movie tickets must be purchased with cash. Plan to get there early for optimum parking!
  • Saturday, July 18, it's ECO Kids Discovery Day at Bernheim Forest. Activities include hands-on discovery stations, an "On Your Own Challenge" featuring plant bingo, and guided hike through the forest. This event runs from 9am to 5pm.
  • May the force be with you this Saturday at Slugger Field as the Louisville Bats host Star Wars Night! Dress up as your favorite Star Wars character to receive discounted tickets and be a part of the galaxy's most exciting baseball event. 
  • Fly away to Neverland at Derby Dinner Playhouse's production of "Peter Pan." This timeless Broadway classic brings the excitement of pirates and pixie dust -- a guaranteed adventure the whole family can enjoy.
  • The Kentucky Shakespeare Festival continues it's 55th season with Shakespeare in Central Park. This weekend enjoy three of Shakespeare's classic plays: Macbeth, The Tempest, and The Taming of the Shrew. Food trucks and Will's Tavern open at 7pm, free shows begin at 8pm.
  • The magic continues at the Kentucky Science Center's 2015 Summer Series with "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire."

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