Looking for something to do? Today’s Transitions Magazine has the scoop on where to go and what to do during these last few weeks of summer.
Where To Go This August
Kentucky Shakespeare is back in Central Park. Check out the August schedule here.
Check out some cool cars August 5 – August 8 at the Street Rod Nationals at the Kentucky Exposition Center.
See Kentucky’s own Red River Gorge in a whole new way at the Speed Art Museum beginning August 6.
On tap for August 7 at the Frazier History Museum is the inaugural Summer Beer Fest.
Spend an evening with the legendary James Taylor at the KFC Yum Center on August 13.
On August 13, experience the Perseid Meteor Shower, set against the twinkling darkness of Bernheim Forest.
Support local businesses at the Buy Local Fair on August 14 at Louisville Water Tower Park.
The Kentucky State Fair is back, returning August 19 through August 29.
Enjoy the visual splendor of thousands of lanterns on the water at the Water Lantern Festival at Waterfront Park on August 21.
Looking Ahead To September
On September 3, check out WorldFest, one of the region’s largest international festivals, featuring food, music, dance, culture, and education.
Mark your calendars! The Sunflower and Corn Festival takes place at Gallrein Farms September 4-5.
Get ready for a night of laughs with The Second City Remix on September 17 at The Kentucky Center.
See which creatures of the night call Bernheim Forest home with the Owl Prowl on September 24.
Still Going All Summer Long
Beat the heat at a summer sprayground or spray pad.
Hit it out of the park with the Louisville Bats and their summer theme nights. From $1 menu night to family ticket packages, the schedule is full of fun and savings.
Enjoy an eclectic mix of vendors selling vintage, vinyl, antiques, mid-century, art deco, plants, books, and more at The Paristown Flea, every third Saturday of the month, May-October.
Plan a trip to Ohio.
Read about this couple’s 25-year journey in their Airstream.
For more ways to experience summer and sunshine, click here.