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Thursday, October 20, 2016

What To Do This Weekend


Halloween will be here soon, and this weekend offers plenty of spooky fun for families. Take the kids and get in some extra trick-or-treating, walk through a haunted house, let your children be artistic with some pumpkins, or enjoy a fall day at the farm or with a snow leopard.

Check out some great ideas for activities this weekend:



  • Stop by and celebrate International Snow Leopard Day with Kimti the snow leopard at the Louisville Zoo. The zoo will have games for younger children in the MetaZoo, and visitors can help make an enrichment item for Kimti to enjoy. There will also be keeper talks and demonstrations. (Don't forget: The World's Largest Halloween Party is still going on at the Louisville Zoo in the evenings as well.)


  • "Bat"-ter up and head to Home Run Halloween at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, where children 12 and under in costume get free admission and can trick-or-treat on the factory tour and at other museum hot spots. See The World’s Largest Vampire Stake and take part in fun competitions and activities.


  • If you're looking for family-friendly thrills and chills, come out to Camp Taylor Park as it transforms into Zombie Park. This inaugural event will feature a haunted house and more spooky attractions.





  • Enjoy a crisp fall day at the farm for the Hermitage Classic and Fall Festival in Goshen, Kentucky, which includes a petting zoo, dog races (bring your leashed pup), pumpkin patch, live music, food trucks, biergarten, horse competition, and more.



  • Bring your kiddos to Lucky's Market on Hurstbourne Parkway to paint mini pumpkins. (The event is free, but please RSVP on their Facebook page so they will have enough pumpkins.)


  • Join Paddock Shops as it hosts its Fest-O-Ween. Enjoy trick-or-treating, children's activities and a free pumpkin (with a $10 receipt from any Paddock Shops retailer, while supplies last).


  • Check out the World Taekwondo Championship at Broadbent Arena, hosted by Louisville’s Hwang Martial Arts, where students of all ages will compete in Taekwondo forms, board breaking, sparring, and weapons (for black belt).

Have a fun, spooky weekend!


1 comment:

  1. Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. My child very excited in this time with many activities, decor our home, enjoy the party, make good food, take time with family and friends. I love Halloween.
    Happy Halloween! Have fun but take precautions, be safe (ghost, zombie...)

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