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Friday, August 21, 2015

What To Do This Weekend: Make Time to Climb!



The kids are back in school, but that doesn't mean the weekend fun has to end! Once the homework is complete, here are some things to check out this weekend:

  • Have an outdoor adventure inside at Louisville's new indoor climbing facility: ClimbNulu! The first visit includes orientation, climbing shoes, chalk and great fun to be had.
  • This Saturday, CONNECT at Bernheim is back! Now in its seventh year, CONNECT at Bernheim brings together art, science and nature to create one spectacular event. The night includes live music, hands-on activities for adults and families, and the CONNECTglow sculpture challenge.
What else is happening this weekend? Read on to find out!
  • This Friday, Crescent Hill Outdoor Cinema is presenting a free showing of the comedy, "Best in Show," as well as a pre-movie Best in Show Contest! So bring your furry friends and see if they have what it takes to compete, as well as enjoy an evening of laughter and fun for all ages!
  • Since its final completion in May of last year, the Big Four Bridge has become a hot spot for tourists and Louisvillians alike. This attraction is free and perfect for a family walk or bike ride. Explore historic Downtown Jeffersonville, Ind. or Louisville's Waterfront Park and discover what Kentuckiana is all about.
  • See what local Southern Indiana has to offer this Saturday at the New Albany Farmers Market. Browse through a variety of home-grown vegetables, local honey, hand-made soaps and more. But don't stop after you've visited all the booths! There's more local love to be found at the surrounding restaurants and shops in Downtown New Albany.
  • This weekend, discover over 22,000 gently used literary treasures at Locust Grove's Semiannual Used Book Sale. Books of all shapes, sized and genres will be available for purchase, with all proceeds going to fund the programs at Locust Grove.
  • Science in Play is, well, now playing at the Kentucky Science Center. This new, permanent exhibit incorporates the best features of the once-KidZone with new and improved attractions, like the 14-foot Happy Climber and infant area, to create an exciting, hands-on learning experience for the whole family.
  • This Friday it's the 20th Annual Evening of Jazz, featuring international jazz legend Jamey Aebersold and his quartet. Enjoy an evening of music and hors d'oeuvres, with proceeds going to benefit the Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars Program.

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