What To Do This Weekend
Don’t you just love a good find at flea markets and thrift stores? The Kentucky Flea Market is back at the Kentucky Exposition Center for their New Year’s Spectacular all weekend long. Browse nearly 1200 booths of antiques, collectibles, jewerly, handmade items, and more! Admission is free and there is so much to see!
Christmas may be over, but Hanukkah lasts until December 30 and there will be a big celebration going on at the Jewish Community Center on Friday. Come play dreidel, eat latkes, make holiday crafts and enjoy kosher and vegetarian food.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out Louisville’s new outdoor skating rink you still can through January 5. The rink, in the new downtown district Paristown Hall, is the perfect wintery attraction for all ages. This 6-week Christmas attraction Fête de Noël is complete with ice skating and a Holiday Laser Dome. The rink is open daily for 60-minute skating sessions.
Ready to put yourself in the right mindset for 2020? Join Waterside Wellness at their event Imagine 2020: Creativity and Flow. The event will begin with a 75-minute yoga session to clear your mind. This year is all about intentionality, and this topic will be explored through journaling and the creation of your own inspiration board. Don’t miss out!
We have your complete guide to the best places to celebrate New Years Eve this coming Tuesday. Celebrate the end of 2019 and enter into a fantastic new year with friends, family, or someone you love. Oh, and don’t forget those resolutions!
Forest of Earthly Delights: 21c NYE Party @ 9pm – $100
Tin Roof New Year’s Eve Bash 2020 @ 9pm – $20+
NYE Live at Fourth Street Live @ 8pm – $85
Rock ‘Til New Years Drops at Hard Rock Cafe @ 9pm – $50
The Gillespie NYE Party @ 9pm – $75
New Year’s Eve 4-Course Dining Experience at Louvino (Douglass Hills Location) @ 5pm
New Year’s Eve at Old Louisville Brewery @ 5pm – Free
New Year’s Eve at The Champagnery @ 9pm – Free
For the kids: Kentucky Science Center Noon Year’s Celebration @ noon on December 31 and January 1.