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Coming Up At The Kentucky Exposition Center
January is proving to be a busy month at the Kentucky Exposition Center.  Admission varies by event, but parking is
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Lobster Feast: It’s Showtime
By Laura Mullaney Actors Theatre’s Board of Directors and committee co-chairs Wendy Sirchio and Stewart Lussky announce the annual fundraiser
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Inauguration For Mayor Greg Fischer And Other Local Elected Officials Is Set For January 7
Mayor Greg Fischer, Louisville Metro Council members and other elected officials will be sworn in for new terms of office
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  • Coming Up At The Kentucky Exposition Center (12/26/2018)

    January is proving to be a busy month at the Kentucky Exposition Center.  Admission varies by event, but parking is $10 per vehicle per event.

    The year kicks off of with the end the Kentucky Flea Market New Year’s Spectacular.  The event starts on December 29th and includes free admission. As an added bonus, if you make a purchase at the Flea Market, parking will be half price.

    Next up on the calendar is the National Wrestling Coaches Association Multi-Divisional Natioanl Duals. The two day event will feature the some of the best atheletes from Division II, III, NAIA, NJCAA and Women’s programs from across the country.  Tickets start at $17 for students and $25 for adults, plus parking at the Exposition center.

    January 5th will be the Yugioh! Regional Qualifier. Entry fee is $20 (spectators are free) and includes 5 packs of soul fusion.  More information about tournament structure and format can be found online.

    January 6th will be the Kentucky Bridal and Wedding Expo. Tickets are $10 at the door (or free if acquired online in advance).

    January 10-12: Members of ATA can attend the Archery Trade Association show.

    January 12 and 13: The Great Train Show is designed for anyone interested in model trains. The show will feature more than 40 exhibitors, model train displays, workshops, and a riding train for children. Children are free with an adult. Tickets are available online.

    January 18-20: The Outdoor Life/Field and Stream Expo. This Expo was formerly named the Deer and Turkey Expo. Anyone interested in the outdoors, or hunting will find something here. The show will feature a trophy contest, seminars, archery and shooting ranges, and more.  Tickets can be purchased in advanced online at a discounted price.

    January 19-20: National Gun Day JAG Military Gun Show.  More information to be announced as the event gets closer.

    January 23-27: Louisville Boat, RV and Sport Show Children under 12 are free with adult. Tickets are available for purchase online.

    January 25-27: USA BMX Bluegrass Nationals. Freedom Hall will become an indoor BMX racing track as athletes compete in the second of 13 events.  The event is open to the public.

    January 26-27: The Crown Cheer & Dance Championship. This event will be held in the Broadbent Arena and admission is $15 per person (children 5 and younger are free with adult).

    January 30-February 1: Midwest Manufacturing Housing Federation Show  This is not a public show and only people that are involved in the industry will be admitted.

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Kentuckiana News Headlines


Christmas Tree Disposal Options
Metro Public Works will provide curbside pickup of Christmas Trees within the Urban Services District (the old City of Louisville
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Louisville Metro Government Sets Goal To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions By 80%
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Louisville is joining cities across the globe by setting a goal of an 80
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Holidays Waste Collection Schedule
Solid waste collection services will be altered under the following schedule for the Christmas and New Year’s holiday weeks. Garbage/yard
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JCPS Opens Application Period For Charter Schools
Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) today opened the application period for prospective charter schools with the release of its Request
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City And Citizens Union Bank Celebrate Partnership On The First Energy Project Assessment District Project
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that the Office of Sustainability has implemented its first Energy Project Assessment District (EPAD) project
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Colonels Act On Louisville Homeless
The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels (HOKC) will award a $25,000 emergency grant for specific tangible items to the Coalition
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Councilwoman Sexton Smith To Unveil New Sign Honoring The Life And Legacy Of Dr. James E. Miller
He served the community of Louisville for more than 40 years as a pastor and an advocate for housing and
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Councilman James Hosts The Winter Wonderland Coat Giveaway
Elementary school students at six schools in District 6 will get a special present this year when Councilman David James
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Councilwoman Woolridge And Kappa Alpha Psi Will BRing Holiday Cheer To Families In Need In District 3
Councilwoman Mary C. Woolridge will join the Louisville (KY) Alumni and Alpha Omicron (Undergraduate Members of the University of Louisville)
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JCPS Application Period For Families Ends December 19
The Jefferson County Public School (JCPS) District is reminding families that the application period for 2019-20 school year enrollment in
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Creason Protection And Restoration Plan
The city of Louisville is privileged to host the USA Cyclocross National Championships at Joe Creason Park December 11-15. This
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Councilman Yates Makes The Final Push For The Community To Get Involved With Coat-A-Kid Campaign
For the second year in a row, Councilman David Yates (D-25) is calling upon the community to become part of
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Councilwoman Woolridge Hosts Annual District 3 Holiday Party
Councilwoman Mary C. Woolridge will once again bring holiday cheer to the children of District 3 and their families with
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Navigation Experience For Patrons Who Are Visually Impaired Enchanced At Kentucky Venues
Kentucky Venues’ guests who are blind or visually impaired will soon have access to an innovative technology that will improve
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Work Begins Today To Move George Prentice Statue
Work is beginning today to move the George Dennison Prentice statue from outside the Louisville Free Public Library’s main branch
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Living Room Program Opens To Public
One year after its start as a pilot program limited to two Louisville Metro Police divisions, the Living Room program
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LMAS Waives Redemption Fees To Reduce Shelter Overcrowding
The Louisville Metro Animal Services shelter has reached maximum capacity, so in an effort to reduce the kennel population, all redemption
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The Louisville Orchestra Presents Star Wars: A New Hope In Concert
The Louisville Orchestra will present Star Wars: A New Hope In Concert featuring screenings of the complete film with Oscar®-winning
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Metro Council’s Budget Committee Approves Additional Funding To Deal With The Homeless
The Metro Council’s Budget Committee has approved $546,791 in an effort to deal with the current homeless problem in Metro
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