Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:30 AM
Pollinator Garden Planting DAY
Passionist Earth and Spirit Center – POLLINATOR GARDEN PLANTING DAY Calling volunteers for a fun, outdoor hands-on learning experience!! If you like digging in the dirt and planting beautiful flowers … or you want to learn how … here's your chance. On the morning of Sunday, September 24 (8:30-11:30), we will be planting a pollinator garden at Earth & Spirit Center. We hope you can join us for an earthy celebration of creation’s most beautiful creatures (bees, butterflies, birds…) and the native wildflowers that give them life. Thanks so much to Kentucky Waterways Alliance for providing funding for this important project! Wildflowers provided by Dropseed Nursery.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
Fall Antiques Market
Locust Grove - Historic Locust Grove, Inc. – Looking for a new treasure to complete your collection? Searching for just the right knick-knack to complement your credenza? From whimsical china dogs to funky mid-century modern chairs, from stately silver to charming children’s toys, the Fall Antiques Market has something for everyone and every budget. Dozens of individual dealers from around the region will offer antique and vintage furniture, textiles, jewelry, silver, tchotchkes, ephemera, fine Kentucky crafted pieces of furniture and decorative arts, and much more. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Admission: $8 adults; free for ages 12 and under. Proceeds support the continue preservation and operation of Locust Grove. Sponsored by: Antiques at Distillery Commons and Collecting Kentucky; with Ellerbe Powe Antiques, Jud & Karen Fults - Signature Antiques n Art; Gary D. Stewart Interiors, Oakridge Antiques; Decades Antiques, P & P Collectibles & Antiques.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:15 AM
A Sunday that explores where God's story & our story intersect.
St Paul's Episcopal Church – Interested in moving forward in your faith journey? Dont miss this exciting day. The performances, talks, and group activities help us grow in Chgrist and build community. Friends of the Groom use theatre and story telling to bring scripture and worship alive. Come and enjoy this time with friends new and old. Lunch will be served. All are welcome
Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:30 AM
Poses & Beermosas
Goodwood Brewing – Join us for Poses & Beermosas! Enjoy this hour long yoga class in the actual brewery-- we'll have the garage doors open and fresh air flowing! This class is will be taught by Goodwood's very own Denise Ingle. This $10 class includes one delicious beermosa! Bring a mat, bring a friend, and get here early to secure a spot!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Bowspring = Tantra = Life is supposed to feel Good
Yogaia – Bowspring is an answer to the modern postural alignment of the C curve of the spine, (think sitting in a chair and texting!) Bowspring is an invitation to regain the natural curves of the spine, getting taller, longer, lighter and healthier as we adopt the playful, light movement our bodies were made to inhabit. Learn to engage tensile strength in all parts of your body using an isometric push/pull both inside and out which expands and reveals you to yourself. Once you've cultivated strength in this subtle manner, you move in a way that supports joints, decompresses the spine and calms the nervous system. This is a practice that supports your life and health. Appropriate for all levels. $20 per person, cash or check only please
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Peace: People Emphatically Advocating for Cooperation Everywhere
Rainbow Blossom Natural Markets – HIGHLANDS MARKET 3046 Bardstown Rd. In this monthly meeting we will plan HOW we will advocate for cooperation everywhere. Cooperation is the key to so many things, from police-community relations to local peace-and-social-justice internal movement relations to international comity!! I serve on the local Boards of the Kentucky Alliance (KAARPR) and the Fellowship of Reconciliation, have published extensively, write for, deliver, and help edit FORsooth, and have taught in history and computer science at EKU, Spalding, and Georgia State. FREE. No registration required.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Opening Reception: Annika Klein Photo Biennial Exhibit
Jewish Community Center of Louisville – The J Patio Gallery, located in the lobby of the Jewish Community Center, is proud to be participating in the Louisville Photo Biennial and showcasing the work of Ms. Annika Klein. Currently living in New York City, Klein is a Louisville native and her family are long time members and supporters of the JCC. Klein works for “Aperture” a highly regarded photography magazine in NYC. The J Patio Gallery is honored to be a part of the photo biennial and also to exhibit the photography of one of our members! The exhibit will be running September 22 – November 11, 2017. Learn more about Annika Klein here: https://www.annikaklein.com/about/
Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Citizen Girls! A Social Justice Book Club
Speed Art Museum – Today’s teenage girls are tomorrow’s world citizens, voters, and activists! Through education and inspiration, girls can be empowered, informed, and confident. We invite all teenage girls to join our monthly book club that tackles tough subjects like women’s rights, immigration, civil rights, the environment, and much more, in a safe space that is open for dialogue. Readers will interact with guest moderators, politicians, and community advocates, plus have opportunities to connect through art and activism. All girls ages 13-17 are welcome. The book for September is "Geek Girl Rising: Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech" by Heather Cabot and Samantha Parent Walravens. Our moderator will be Latisha Schmitt, IT Inclusion and Diversity Leader at Humana. Don’t have time to read the whole book but eager to join the conversation? Contact Eileen Yanoviak at firstname.lastname@example.org to get an excerpt. For more information or to join the group, contact Eileen Yanoviak at 502.634.2719 or email@example.com. General admission to the Speed Art Museum is free on Owsley Free Sundays. Books can be supplied to those in need.
Sunday Sep 24 - Nov 28 @ 2:00 PM
Samuel Adams Pint Nights at Smoke & Rye
Horseshoe Southern Indiana – Come out every Sunday - Tuesday and enjoy $5 pints of Samuel Adams and $9 appetizers at Smoke & Rye all day long!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Horseshoe Gift Giveaway
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Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Rose Island Guided History Tour(Trail 7)-Trail 3&4 Parking Lot
Charlestown State Park – Meet at the Trail 3 and 4 Parking lot for this 2 hour guided walking tour of the historic Rose Island, a Summer Resort from the early 1900’s. Rose Island Trail is 0.9 miles. Transportation will be provided for those unable to walk the hill to and from the site. If you are willing and able to walk down the paved 0.7 mile long hill then please arrive 20 minutes early and begin your descent.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:45 PM
Simply Transforming Qi Gong
Rainbow Blossom Natural Markets – HIGHLANDS MARKET 3046 BARDSTOWN RD. Ancient.. Simple..Beneficial.. Simply Transforming Qi Gong Join Rainbow Blossom Wellness Practitioner every Friday for an instruction to the healing benefits of Qi Gong. A Chinese practice using abdominal breath work, postures and focused intention. Qi Gong is used to increase energy, circulation, balance, reduce stress, symptoms of depression and much much more. It connects the mind and body to enhance the spirit. This gentle activity can be the beginning of a happier, healthier you. $10 suggested donation You are invited to register but it is not required at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:00 PM
Goodtimers Labor Day Weekend Dayparty
Goodtimers Louisville – Goodtimers Rooftop Dayparty Finale Sunday 9/24 @ Icehouse. Sounds by Emptybeats + John Q + DJ Q Rooftop Performances by KMF Band featuring Keyvoko & Junior J Complimentary Drinks, Hookah & Food (While Supplies Last) Sponsored by Heaven Hill Brands
Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:00 PM
Never Again: Student Holocaust Murals Honoring the Past
Jewish Community Center of Louisville – You will not want to miss this rare, free public exhibit that features Holocaust murals created by gifted 7th-10th grade students over the past two decades at Western Kentucky University’s VAMPY program. This exhibit is made possible through the generous support of The Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, and is a partnership of The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, The J Arts & Ideas program, Western Kentucky University and Kentucky Educational Television.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM
Sketchy Stuff: Sexember ft. Sarah Sherman
The Bard's Town – Sketchy Stuff is moved to the Bard's Town this month for an EXTRA sketchy show. Opening performance by comedian, Sarah Squirm at 7:30! Sketchy Stuff show at 8:30! $5 // Not for babies or grandmas
Sunday Sep 24 @ 7:30 PM
DCWC: SeptemBEARD meeting
Derby City Whisker Club – This will be our quartarly weekend whisker meeting. You know the drill - Pizza, beer, throw small crumpled up pieces of paper at the club president and blame the guy sitting next to you.
Monday Sep 25 - Sep 29 @ 8:00 AM
Strategic Management for 21st Century Policing 09/2017
Southern Police Institute (SPI) – 40 Hour Training Course / 4.0 CEUs / KLEC Approved Tuition: $695.00 If paid by cash/check / $725.00 If paid by Visa/MC/Discover Course Description: This course of study will introduce participants to the key elements of strategically managing a law enforcement agency. A variety of techniques will be covered that will prepare participants to engage in strategic planning and thinking. The instructor will facilitate problem-solving management and critical issues, directing agency effectiveness, and encouraging and supporting highly productive staff. Emergency plans and contingency planning in respect to terrorism will also be addressed. The learning environment and course exercises will be interactive and support maximum class participation in exercises. Questions and discussion will be encouraged throughout. Each participant will have the opportunity to develop a strategic plan for their agency or build upon an existing plan based on the content of the course training. Participants will be presented with material and instruction designed to facilitate and encourage a positive, developmental, forward-thinking role for leading their agencies through stressful and difficult times. They will be prepared to anticipate and resolve internal organizational problems and those facing their communities. Participants will be better prepared to manage change and to respond to new challenges. Course Topics and Areas of Study: Introduction to The Program & Change Management The Planning and Problem-Solving Cycles and Decision-Making The "What If" Contingencies: Preparing for Generic and Specific Incidents Including Domestic Terrorism and Emergency Planning Using a Case Study to Review Strategic Management & Planning Management Skills to Deliver Maximum Effectiveness and Response Organizational Communication & the "Millennials" Morale & Motivation Building Your Team to Create an Effective Agency - Introduction to the 8-Box System Creating a Strategic Plan Completing Your Strategic Plan and Preparing and Implementing Objectives and Strategies Managing the Strategies & Delivering Them Effectively Who Should Attend: Senior & Executive Level officers, senior/middle managers and Sergeants with potential for managerial positions Instructor: Les Poole
Monday Sep 25 - Sep 28 @ 8:00 AM
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design 09/2017
Southern Police Institute (SPI) – 32 Hour Training Course / 3.0 CEUs / KLEC Approved Tuition: $550.00 Discounted rate if paid by cash/check / $575.00 If paid by Visa/MC/Discover Course Description What is Crime Prevention through Environmental Design or CPTED? Put simply, it is a way to design out crime. CPTED is based on the concept that proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in both the incidence and fear of crime while also improving quality of life. Strategies implemented from this multi-discipline approach have been adopted by numerous national and international professional organizations. Now is the time for crime prevention practitioners, law enforcement officers, community planners, landscape architects, city officials, educators and other key professionals involved in facility planning, design, development, business owners and managers, educators and individual home owners to learn how to effectively utilize CPTED strategies to prevent crime in their businesses, schools, neighborhoods and overall communities in a way that is safe, attractive and cost-effective! Participants will learn how the design and use of spaces influences behavior as well as participate in a practical exercise involving a site visit and earn a Basic CPTED certificate! Course Topics and Areas of Study: CPTED concepts and principals Behavior and the physical (built) environment Vehicular and pedestrian traffic issues as it relates to access and safety CPTED as a means of economic revitalization Planning process including land use, zoning, codes and ordinances CPTED assessments and plan review Data collection, analysis, presentations and reports Practical exercise involving site visits Discussion of participant issues or local problem Who Should Attend: Law enforcement and public safety personnel (patrol officers, neighborhood and district resource officers, crime prevention officers), security and safety personnel, municipal leaders and employees (planning and zoning, code enforcement personnel, permits, inspections and licensing officers), business owners, building and apartment managers, architects and planners, community and neighborhood association members
Monday Sep 25 @ 2:00 PM
Library 50th Anniversary Party!
Spalding University – The Spalding University library building was dedicated on October 1, 1967. Join us to celebrate 50 years of the Spalding Library with cake, games, and a 1967 costume contest! Open to all SU students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends.
Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
Rainbow Blossom Natural Markets – HIGHLANDS MARKET 3046 BARDSTOWN RD. This class will meet weekly, every monday night. This class is for anyone who is interested in learning how to meditate and find the stillness within, regardless of background or belief. You will learn how to relax your mind, sharpen your concentration, and generally begin feeling more energized and refreshed. Meditation will also provide you with new tools for dealing with stress/anxiety and help you to overcome negative states of mind such as anger and depression - and instead cultivate a positive mindset of patience, forgiveness, and love. Christi Murphy (class facilitator) is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Lymphatic Therapist, Meditation Facilitator, and has a Bachelor of Science in Natural Health. To sign up, please contact directly by texting 502.645.6588 or by emailing email@example.com. Her website is http://www.u-rock-llc.com/ Free. Open to the public.