Thursday, September 22, 2011


dining room with tables set with plates and large silver candlesticks with 5 white candles in each and dark brown drapes on the two windows a black and white pen and ink drwaing of the house for the bellarmin showhouse tour September is almost over but there are still activities in town that you can attend. THIS WEEKENDThe Designer's Show House is still open through the 25th. The 38th annual tour features Stonecote Estate. Located on Alta Vista, Road the home includes a Scottish Tudor house, carriage house, pool and pool house and five stall horse barn, all situated on five beautiful acres near Seneca and Cherokee Parks. Also, you can do some shopping at the boutique and eat at the cafe. Hours are 10am to 5pm Friday and Saturday and noon to 5pm Sunday.

Thursday, September 1, 2011


view of the river front park with trees and green grass and the downtown buildings in the background the strue of abraham lincoln sitting on a log in the riverfront park Waterfront Park's free walking tours are offered the last weekend of each month through October, with one tour Saturday at 10:00a.m. and one tour on Sunday at 2:00p.m. each month. The tours last 90 minutes and begin on the Fourth Street wharf in front of the Belle of Louisville. The two mile walk takes you east through Waterfront Park and ends at the new Lincoln Monument. The tours are lead by local historian Rick Bell who recently published a book, "Louisville's Riverfront Renaissance." Along the way he will tell stories about the history of the waterfront from before Louisville was founded to the present day.