Looking for something to do? Today’s Transitions Magazine has the scoop on where to go and what to do this June and beyond.
Senior Strolls at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve for ages 55 and up is being offered on Wednesday mornings this summer, with conversation and a stroll through the nature preserve in Goshen. Running now through August 31, 2022.
The 62nd season of the free Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in Central Park is showing now through August 7, 2022. Click here for schedule information.
Just because the Derby is over doesn’t mean the fun stops at Churchill Downs. Check out the live racing schedule for June here.
Watch the wizarding world of Harry Potter come to life on the 4-story screen at the Kentucky Science Center. Shows being offered every Friday in June. Click here for more information.
In honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee, a garden tea party will be served on the lawn of the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum on Sunday, June 5. Guests will sample traditional finger sandwiches, scones, and a variety of sweets while enjoying hot or cold tea.
CycLOUvia returns on Sunday, June 5. This is your opportunity to experience Louisville as you never have before, by walking, cycling, skateboarding, or dancing in the street. Learn more here.
Summers at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens are full of family-friendly events, including a free Plant Walk Series workshop on Saturday, June 25. Take a tour of the beautiful gardens to see what plants are growing at Yew Dell.
Music and Festivals
Get ready, Louisville. Willie Nelson & Family will take the Iroquois Amphitheater stage on Wednesday, June 29. Click here for ticket information.
The 31st Kentucky Bourbon Festival will take place September 16-18, 2022, with tickets on sale now. Click here for more information.
By Lindsay McDonald (Have an event to add to the calendar? Send to Lindsay@TodaysMediaNow.com.)
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