Tuesday, July 5, 2016

LET'S GO OUT TO THE BALL GAME!

TWO GREAT BALL TEAMS IN LOUISVILLE


























LOUISVILLE BATS BASEBALL

Summertime in the city is the perfect time to take in a ball game.  Kentucky is BIG basketball state...but there are other options too.  If you have not had the chance yet to take in a Louisville Bats or LouCity game then this summer would be the perfect chance to start.

Louisville's AAA team the Louisville Bats play at Louisville Slugger Field.  The Bats have averaged 8,827 fans per game since the opener in 2000.  It is a very family friendly and layed back atmosphere at the field, with areas for fans to bring a picnic and let the kids play while watching the game.  It is so popular with fans that Slugger Field was voted the Best AAA Ballpark in America for 2016 by Ballpark Digest.
You can buy tickets and check out the schedule, including updated promotions and special events at batsbaseball.com or call the front office at 502-212-2287.



LOUISVILLE CITY SOCCER









Louisville Soccer has taken off in popularity and the LouCity team is wowing the fans with one win after another!  Fast paced and fun to watch, the team is on a 15 match winning streak and first place in the league.
They also play at Louisville Slugger Field. You can find out more about the team and the players and also buy tickets at www.Louisvillecityfc.com


LOUISVILLE SPECIALTY ICE CREAM




And what would summer be like without ice cream???? The perfect way to cool off after taking in one of the ball games.
Locally you can find great flavors at Greaters, Gelato Roberto, Louisville Pie and Ice Cream Kitchen and the Comfy Cow.

Recently I noticed that Comfy Cow was featured in the July issue of Southern Living Magazine.
They pictured their Bourbon Ball ice cream.  Being a huge bourbon ball fan I went right over and tasted it ...sure enough it is great!  So good I even brought some back to the inn and made the guests sample some with a little drizzle of Buffalo Traces Bourbon Cream over the top.  Pretty good.
All of these businesses produce small batches and have many creative flavors along with everyone's traditional favorites.


LET'S GO OUT TO THE BALL GAME!

TWO GREAT BALL TEAMS IN LOUISVILLE


























LOUISVILLE BATS BASEBALL

Summertime in the city is the perfect time to take in a ball game.  Kentucky is BIG basketball state...but there are other options too.  If you have not had the chance yet to take in a Louisville Bats or LouCity game then this summer would be the perfect chance to start.

Louisville's AAA team the Louisville Bats play at Louisville Slugger Field.  The Bats have averaged 8,827 fans per game since the opener in 2000.  It is a very family friendly and layed back atmosphere at the field, with areas for fans to bring a picnic and let the kids play while watching the game.  It is so popular with fans that Slugger Field was voted the Best AAA Ballpark in America for 2016 by Ballpark Digest.
You can buy tickets and check out the schedule, including updated promotions and special events at batsbaseball.com or call the front office at 502-212-2287.



LOUISVILLE CITY SOCCER









Louisville Soccer has taken off in popularity and the LouCity team is wowing the fans with one win after another!  Fast paced and fun to watch, the team is on a 15 match winning streak and first place in the league.
They also play at Louisville Slugger Field. You can find out more about the team and the players and also buy tickets at www.Louisvillecityfc.com


LOUISVILLE SPECIALTY ICE CREAM




And what would summer be like without ice cream???? The perfect way to cool off after taking in one of the ball games.
Locally you can find great flavors at Greaters, Gelato Roberto, Louisville Pie and Ice Cream Kitchen and the Comfy Cow.

Recently I noticed that Comfy Cow was featured in the July issue of Southern Living Magazine.
They pictured their Bourbon Ball ice cream.  Being a huge bourbon ball fan I went right over and tasted it ...sure enough it is great!  So good I even brought some back to the inn and made the guests sample some with a little drizzle of Buffalo Traces Bourbon Cream over the top.  Pretty good.
All of these businesses produce small batches and have many creative flavors along with everyone's traditional favorites.


LET'S GO OUT TO THE BALL GAME!

TWO GREAT BALL TEAMS IN LOUISVILLE


























LOUISVILLE BATS BASEBALL

Summertime in the city is the perfect time to take in a ball game.  Kentucky is BIG basketball state...but there are other options too.  If you have not had the chance yet to take in a Louisville Bats or LouCity game then this summer would be the perfect chance to start.

Louisville's AAA team the Louisville Bats play at Louisville Slugger Field.  The Bats have averaged 8,827 fans per game since the opener in 2000.  It is a very family friendly and layed back atmosphere at the field, with areas for fans to bring a picnic and let the kids play while watching the game.  It is so popular with fans that Slugger Field was voted the Best AAA Ballpark in America for 2016 by Ballpark Digest.
You can buy tickets and check out the schedule, including updated promotions and special events at batsbaseball.com or call the front office at 502-212-2287.



LOUISVILLE CITY SOCCER








Louisville Soccer has taken off in popularity and the LouCity team is wowing the fans with one win after another!  Fast paced and fun to watch, the team is on a 15 match winning streak and first place in the league.
They also play at Louisville Slugger Field. You can find out more about the team and the players and also buy tickets at www.Louisvillecityfc.com






And what would summer be like without ice cream???? The perfect way to cool off after taking in one of the ball games.
Locally you can find great flavors at Greaters, Gelato Roberto, Louisville Pie and Ice Cream Kitchen and the Comfy Cow.

Recently I noticed that Comfy Cow was featured in the July issue of Southern Living Magazine.
They pictured their Bourbon Ball ice cream.  Being a huge bourbon ball fan I went right over and tasted it ...sure enough it is great!  So good I even brought some back to the inn and made the guests sample some with a little drizzle of Buffalo Traces Bourbon Cream over the top.  Pretty good.
All of these businesses produce small batches and have many creative flavors along with everyone's traditional favorites.


LET'S GO OUT TO THE BALL GAME!

TWO GREAT BALL TEAMS IN LOUISVILLE


Summertime in the city and perfect time to take in a ball game. Kentucky is a BIG basketball state but there are other options too.  If you have not had the chance yet to take in a Louisville Bats or LouCity game then this summer would be the perfect chance to start.

Louisville's AAA team the Louisville Bats play at Louisville Slugger Field.  The Bats have averaged 8,827 fans per game since the opener in 2000.  It is a very family friendly and layed back atmosphere at the field, with areas for fans to bring a picnic and let the kids play while watching the game.  It is so popular with fans that Slugger Field was voted the Best AAA Ballpark in America for 2016 by Ballpark Digest.
You can buy tickets and check out the schedule, including updated promotions and special events at batsbaseball.com or call the front office at 502-212-2287.












Louisville Soccer has taken off in popularity and the LouCity team is wowing the fans with one win after another!  Fast paced and fun to watch, the team is on a 15 match winning streak and first place in the league.
They also play at Louisville Slugger Field. You can find out more about the team and the players and also buy tickets at www.Louisvillecityfc.com






And what would summer be like without ice cream???? The perfect way to cool off after taking in one of the ball games.
Locally you can find great flavors at Greaters, Gelato Roberto, Louisville Pie and Ice Cream Kitchen and the Comfy Cow.

Recently I noticed that Comfy Cow was featured in the July issue of Southern Living Magazine.
They pictured their Bourbon Ball ice cream.  Being a huge bourbon ball fan I went right over and tasted it ...sure enough it is great!  So good I even brought some back to the inn and made the guests sample some with a little drizzle of Buffalo Traces Bourbon Cream over the top.  Pretty good.
All of these businesses produce small batches and have many creative flavors along with everyone's traditional favorites.


LET'S GO OUT TO THE BALL GAME!

TWO GREAT BALL TEAMS IN LOUISVILLE

Summertime in the city and perfect time to take in a ball game. Kentucky is a BIG basketball state but there are other options too.  If you have not had the chance yet to take in a Louisville Bats or LouCity game then this summer would be the perfect chance to start.

Louisville's AAA team the Louisville Bats play at Louisville Slugger Field.  The Bats have averaged 8,827 fans per game since the opener in 2000.  It is a very family friendly and layed back atmosphere at the field, with areas for fans to bring a picnic and let the kids play while watching the game.  It is so popular with fans that Slugger Field was voted the Best AAA Ballpark in America for 2016 by Ballpark Digest.
You can buy tickets and check out the schedule, including updated promotions and special events at batsbaseball.com or call the front office at 502-212-2287.






Louisville Soccer has taken off in popularity and the LouCity team is wowing the fans with one win after another. Fast paced and fun to watch the team is on a 15 match winning streak and first place in the league.



And what would summer be like without ice cream???? The perfect way to cool off after taking in one of the ball games.
Locally you can find great flavors at Greaters, Gelato Roberto, Louisville Pie and Ice Cream Kitchen and the Comfy Cow.

Recently I noticed that Comfy Cow was featured in the July issue of Southern Living Magazine.
They pictured their Bourbon Ball ice cream.  Being a huge bourbon ball fan I went right over and tasted it ...sure enough it is great!  So good I even brought some back to the inn and made the guests sample some with a little drizzle of Buffalo Traces Bourbon Cream over the top.  Pretty good.
All of these businesses produce small batches and have many creative flavors along with everyone's traditional favorites.


Tuesday, June 7, 2016

TAKE A TOUR OR TWO

JUNE 11 TOURS OF HOMES AND HISTORIC CANDY STORE



TOUR local architectural gems this Saturday from noon to 6pm. The Central Kentucky Chapter of Architects annual tour of homes is open this Saturday. Homes are located in Old Louisville, Crescent Hill, Cherokee Road area and Norton Commons. The architects and designers of each home will be available to talk about the project and answer questions.

Tickets can be purchased online at Eventbrite or at the door of each home. For more information and photos of each participating home go to  www.AIAKentucky.



SCHIMPFFS CANDY STORE AND MUSEUM HOSTS 125TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY



The Jeffersonville Candy Store, Soda Fountain and Candy Museum is celebrating 125 years of business with an open house. 
Refreshments and candy samples and a Dixieland band will be available.

Also visitors will be able to get a sneak peek at the new addition to the business. Construction is under way on the building next door that will add additional space for the soda fountain and manufacturing area. They want to get a conveyor belt for chocolate production. ( I can picture the one on the episode of "I Love Lucy" )

They are hoping to have all ready by the Fall. It will include antique ice cream tables with the swing out seats. Should be a great addition to an already fabulous spot.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

MAY IN KENTUCKY

MAY IN KENTUCKY

May is beautiful in Kentucky and there is so many fun activities that it is too hard to choose.
Of course the first Saturday in May DERBY DAY. This year it was a record crowd at Churchill Downs.  Hats are popular for both men and women. Every size and color can be found in the stores in town and even at the track. This year really big hats were in and feathers were everywhere.

If you ever want to buy a hat this is the city for you!




21ST ANNUAL GARDENERS FAIR AT LOCUST GROVE THIS WEEKEND

Nearly 60 vendors specializing in all things horticultural will be on hand this coming weekend at Locust Groves Gardeners Fair. You can purchase flowers, plants and herbs and garden art and antiques. There will be lectures each day on such topics as beekeeping and pruning. And chickens and alpacas will on the grounds. Take a break for some delicious food supplied by food trucks featuring BBQ, crab cakes, and Gelato.

Hours for the Fair are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for children 6 to 12.