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Thursday, August 6, 2015

What To Do This Weekend: Make It a Movie Night!

    It's lights, camera, action all around Louisville this weekend! Check out the different movie-going experiences happening around town, as well as other family-friendly activities.
    • This Friday it's Family Film Night On The Belvedere. At 8:30pm, the Kentucky Center for the Arts will show "The Princess Bride" -- a classic tale of true love, adventure and miracles. Be sure to bring blankets, chairs and a cooler for snacks.
    • Experience a different version of "Once upon a time..." as the Jeffersonville Riverstage presents "Into The Woods." This is the 9th film in their free Twilight Cinema series, which also features inflatables, dancing, games, and more.
    Read on for more movie night fun, as well as other happenings this weekend!
    • The free-movie fun continues Saturday, August 8, at Iroquois Amphitheater with "Planes -- Fire and Rescue." Enjoy a fun family film filled with flying heroes all while taking in the beautiful scenery of Iroquois Park.
    • Fly away to Neverland for the final weekend of Derby Dinner Playhouse's "Peter Pan." This timeless Broadway classic brings the excitement of pirates and pixie dust -- a guaranteed adventure the whole family can enjoy.
    • August 7 and 8, picnic with a purpose at the 166th St. Joe's Picnic. Enjoy booths filled with prize wheels, raffles, games, activities for kids and more! All proceeds from this event go to benefit the children at St. Joseph's Children's Home.
    • Celebrate "Happiness Happens Day" at Frazier History Museum! Come out August 8 for "happy" crafts, stories and object at the museum's Second Saturday Family Day.
    • The Flea Off Market sets up shop again this weekend! Discover what local Louisville has to offer at the 1007 block of E Jefferson Street.
    • Let your kids be kids at the Free Play Day at Jefferson Memorial Forest! Kids can come enjoy the outdoors, puppets, hands-on music, and free play from 11am to 3pm.
    • Come out this Thursday for the Studio2000 Annual Exhibition and Sale at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. View and purchase artwork from Studio2000 -- a competitive visual art summer program for teens ages 14-18. The exhibition lasts from 5-7pm, but be sure to get there early because the art goes fast!


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