For 2024’s shortest month, there’s a lot going on in Louisville! Check out our picks for where to go and what to do.
Explore and celebrate Louisville’s Black heritage this Black History Month with these experiences and attractions.
Wear red and support a good cause on Feb. 10 at the American Red Cross Wrapped in Red Gala at the Louisville Marriott Downtown.
Attention caregivers: Feb. 11 is Sensory Sunday at the Louisville Zoo. If your loved one has sensory challenges due to dementia or another reason, this sensory-friendly monthly event gives participants a quieter, calmer experience before the zoo opens to the general public. Advance purchase is required.
The National Farm Machinery Show is taking over the Kentucky Exposition Center Feb. 14-17. Check out the Gift and Craft Market, exciting tractor pulls, and more than 800 exhibits showcasing innovative farm technology. Great for an outing with the grandkids!
Witness the incredible athleticism of our country’s best gymnasts as they compete in the Winter Cup happening Feb. 23-25, a qualifying event for the US National Gymnastics Championships.
IU Southeast is offering a Lifelong Learning course about classic American film directors taught by well-known local columnist and author David Inman, who wrote “The Incredible Inman” about movie and TV trivia from 1981-2013. The weekly one-hour class runs Feb. 29 through the end of March.
By Jessica Alyea