Longest. Week. Ever.
So long, in fact, that we plum forgot to post Stacy Servo’s New2Lou recommendations for the weekend yesterday. This springlike weather and the accompanying ratcheting up of our Ohio Valley allergies probably had something to do with it too.
Sorry ’bout that.
Stacey Servo and Amador Delatorre III created New2Lou for people new to Our Fair City, as well for locals looking to expand their social and entertainment horizons. Here are their recommendations for this weekend.
We’ve caught a nice cool break in the weather today and it looks amazing for the rest of the week too. So it’s time to get outside and enjoy it before the temps heat up again. Lucky you, there are a ton of great events going on this week! And we’ve hand picked the best of the best just for you, ’cause we’re cool like that. So what’s on the radar this week? Good old summertime fun: prohibition party, garden get down, picnic on the farm and a summer social, just to name a few.
Looking for more fun events this week? Check out the local calendars on our events page.
Thursday (7/25) Bourbon Review 5th Year Anniversary Party – Want to celebrate 5 years with The Bourbon Review at St Charles Exchange tomorrow? Good news! We have a pair of tickets for one lucky winner! Simply post a comment on our Facebook page by 4 pm today!
Thursday (7/25) Jenna Dean at Decca Garden Get Down – After the prohibition party, head on down to Decca for some live music from Jenna Dean on the patio. $2 featured beers, half price bottles of wine and cocktail specials. Free and open to the public. Music starts at 9 pm.
Friday (7/26) Foxhollow Farm Summer Music & Food Truck Picnic -Live music from Appalatin, picnic goodies from Grind Food Truck, Wiltshire Pantry, Copper Cupcakes, Gelato Gilberto, and Rooibee Red Tea. Save yourself some cash and use the promo code “NEW2LOU” at the door.
Saturday (7/27) NuLu Summer Social – family-friendly day in the NuLu neighborhood. Activities include a family scavenger hunt, a kids bouncy house, a design challenge, Comfy Cow ice cream carts, roaming circus performers, and sidewalk sales at NuLu shops. Time: 10 am – 6 pm. Free and open to the public.
Sunday (7/28) Cosa Seria Concert at Willow Park – What better way to wrap up the weekend than with music in the park? Join the Cherokee Triangle Association summer concert series this Sunday from 7-9 pm. Featured artist this week is Cosa Seria (local Latin band). Free and open to the public.
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Monday (7/29) Reminisce – Ping Pong Tourney to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and win big! Grand prize: one night stay at 21c Museum Hotel; Raffle Prize: Special Edition 2013 signed Rick Pitino Maker’s Mark bottle. $10 entry at 6:30 pm, tourney begins at 7 pm. Not a ping pong fan, grab a game of corn hole from 6:30-9 pm, $5/game.
Wednesday (7/31) Velocity Five Across – What’s Five Across? An opportunity for entrepreneurs to pitch their idea to panel of judges & win! 5 pitches, 5 minutes per pitch, 5 PM start time, $5 tickets (includes food), $500 prize to the winning pitch. Location: Velocity SI.
Wednesday (7/31) Waterfront Wednesday – Summer concerts presented by WFPK and Waterfront Development Corporation on the last Wednesday of every month. Featured artists: Little Green Cars, Randall Bramblett Band and Quiet Hollers. Music starts at 6 pm. Free and open to the public.
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