District 9 eNews - Thursday, September 26, 2019


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Louisville’s Budget

Metro Seal

Several of you have contacted me recently about various service cuts resulting from the budget Metro Council adopted in June, and consideration of other options.  You have told me that you don’t want any changes to libraries, golf courses, swimming pools, garbage pickup, recycling, funding for Frankfort Avenue trolleys, and many other things. 

While I support all of those public amenities and services, I also know that our pension costs are dramatically rising, from $76 Million to nearly $100 Million in just two years, and that they will continue to increase at a rapid pace for several more years.

We cannot continue to pay the pension bill from the Kentucky Retirement Systems by cutting the size of LMPD, a subject which hasn’t been getting enough attention. We did that this year, by appropriating less money to our police department in the current year than in the previous year.  Because LMPD costs – including pension costs – are rising, we all knew that this decision would result in fewer police officers, as LMPD officers leave the force by retirement or resignation, as they do every year. The latest estimate is an overall reduction of 70 officers. 

This was discussed repeatedly at Metro Council meetings and by me and other Council members, in this newsletter and in comments to the press.  Not a single member of Metro Council made a suggestion to me or made any budget amendment to maintain the size of LMPD.  That’s not because they didn’t think it was important.  It’s because the funds for doing that simply weren’t available without massive cuts elsewhere, which did not get support and which many of you are now telling me are unacceptable.    

Because reductions in our police force and other things cut this year are not sustainable, I will continue to support efforts to look at every option to reduce other expenses, while continuing to maintain as many public amenities and services as possible.  I will also support efforts to increase revenue, including bipartisan efforts cities across Kentucky are making for more revenue options from Frankfort.

Discussions about the 2020-2021 budget are underway.  Keep letting me know what you think.

Stilz Avenue Road Closure Update

Stilz Avenue

From Louisville Water Company

Louisville Water Company greatly appreciates your understanding as it works to restore the 1920’s water main along Stilz Avenue and Lexington Road. Unfortunately, Stilz Avenue will now not re-open until mid to late November.

Pipe is being installed and work is progressing, but the project continues to present unique challenges. As communicated before, the cleaning of the water main was very difficult. Once the main was cleaned, it was critical for the contractor to obtain exact measurements of the existing main because every section of the water main must be custom made. All of this resulted in unexpected delays in the delivery of the pipe.

The closure of Stilz Avenue has increased traffic on Pleasantview Avenue. In addition to the speed bumps already installed, to further minimize the impact on traffic on Pleasantview Avenue, Louisville Metro Police Department has placed an electronic speed monitor on the street.

Louisville Water and Cleary Construction staff will be at the base of the Crescent Hill Reservoir, located near 201 Reservoir Avenue, TODAY, Thursday, September 26 from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. to answer questions customers may have about the project. You may also call 569-3618 with any questions.

For more information, please visit LouisvilleWater.com/EasternPkwyProject.

Input Needed for Plan to Mitigate Climate Change Impacts

Climate Change

Mayor Greg Fischer has declared climate change an emergency, and in addition to current environmental efforts, the city is preparing for the drastic effects that climate change will bring if significant action is not taken on a more global scale.

Louisville Metro Government’s Office of Advanced Planning and Sustainability is developing a Climate Adaptation Plan to address and prepare for the existing and anticipated effects of climate change on the city and is seeking public input about residents’ experiences, concerns, and ideas.

Louisville is experiencing more rain than in the past and major floods, and the number of hot summer days is rising. Winter temperatures swing between record warm and cold days and winter storms are intensifying. Extreme weather puts people at risk, disrupts daily life, impacts city services, damages roads and buildings, and is costing us more than ever.

Residents are encouraged to attend one of three upcoming open houses to talk about how climate change is affecting them and explore tactics to combat it.

The open houses will include a brief presentation from consultant Climate Access, to open the sessions, which will be held at the following times and locations:

  • Thursday, Sept. 26 from noon to 2 p.m. in Room W210 of the University of Louisville’s Ekstrom Library Room, 2215 S. 3rd St.
    • Partner: University of Louisville Sustainability Council
  • Thursday, Sept. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Russell Vision Development Center, 2202 W. Jefferson St.
    • Partner: West Jefferson County Community Task Force
  • Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Northeast Regional Library, 15 Bellevoir Circle
    • Partner: Louisville Sustainability Council

Residents also can offer their input through the Prepare Louisville online survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/preparelouisville.

For more information about the city’s current sustainability efforts, please visit https://louisvilleky.gov/government/sustainability/climate-action-and-resilience.

Tree Ordinance


Metro Council is preparing to vote on an ordinance addressing increasing requirements for trees on newly developed properties in Louisville. At the urging of a unanimous Metro Council, in a resolution I sponsored, the Planning Commission approved this proposed ordinance following twelve months of meetings, debates, and compromises. Trees Louisville has described the proposal, which I am also sponsoring, as “a HUGE step forward towards making our community healthy and green”, while also stating that “it could be stronger.”

Louisville is hot and getting hotter every year and trees are an economical and efficient means of mitigating our urban heat island effect, and improving air and water quality. Trees also sequester carbon.  As a new video said last week - “There’s a magic machine that sucks carbon out of the air, costs very little, and builds itself. It's called a tree”. The video is here- https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-Q0xUXo2zEY

Speak up for trees - and help us make Louisville a greener, healthier community! 

House of Ruth’s Dining Out for Life – September 26

House of Ruth

House of Ruth’s Dining Out For Life, presented by Brown-Forman, is today!  Participating restaurants will donate up to 25% of your check to House of Ruth. You can pick from breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert options! Every person who dines at one of the participating restaurants today is helping provide housing, mental health counseling, and much more to individuals in our community affected by HIV/AIDS. By simply enjoying a meal, you are making our community stronger.  The following restaurants in D9 are participating: Blue Dog Bakery, Red Hog, Porcini, The Hub, Irish Rover, and Volare.  For more information, go to www.houseofruth.net.

September Stroll and Shop – September 27

Stroll and Shop

There are no trolleys on what would have been a Fat Friday Trolley Hop, but the Frankfort Avenue Business Association encourages you to come out to "Stroll and Shop" on Beautiful Historic Frankfort Avenue from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m., THIS FRIDAY.  Have dinner and check out the unique shops, galleries, architecture and special hours and promotions that line The Avenue!

Notice of Planning & Design Public Meetings

For basic details for all of below case/s please visit https://aca-louisville.accela.com/LJCMG/Welcome.aspx?.  Click on the “Planning” tab.  Then enter either the case number in the “record number” box or the address.

You can also click on the notice below to go to the application page.

For specific case information, please call or email the listed case manager.  If you have any questions, please contact Planning & Design directly at 574-6230.  

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Learn How to Become a Park Steward – October 1

Olmsted Parks

Are you passionate about your Olmsted Parks and looking for a way to get involved? Become a Park Steward, an official ambassador of Olmsted Parks Conservancy! As dedicated volunteers, Park Stewards help remove invasive plants in designated park areas, lead volunteer groups, manage The Olmsted membership booth at community events, and much more! Join past and present Park Stewards and staff on Tuesday, October 1 from 5:30 – 7:00 PM for a FREE informational session and open house on the Park Steward training program to learn how you can get involved in the seventeen Olmsted Parks, including Seneca and Bingham in D9. See event details and RSVP at olmstedparks.org.

Waterfront Botanical Gardens Opening – October 4

Waterfront Botanical Gardens

Waterfront Botanical Gardens’ first building, the Graeser Family Education Center, will open to the public on October 4. In celebration of this milestone, WBG is hosting a week-long series of events for the entire community. Members will receive discounted tickets to many of these events. For more information and tickets for any of the below events, please visit waterfrontgardens.org.

  • Friday, October 4: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting. Free and open to the public. Please plan ahead. Parking is extremely limited. It’s recommended you carpool, use TARC, bike, walk or use a shuttle.
  • Friday, October 4: 7:00 p.m. Beer and music in the gardens.
  • Saturday, October 5: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Night of a Thousand Flowers: Black Tie Gala. After party is scheduled from 9:00 – midnight.
  • Sunday, October 6: 10:00 a.m. Yoga in the Garden
  • Monday, October 7 – Friday, October 11: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Speaker Series Luncheons
  • Saturday, October 12: 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. regeneration Fair. 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Bug Ball.

Whiskey Bent Valley Boys at Whitehall – October 4

Whiskey Bent Boys

Whitehall House & Gardens, 3110 Lexington Road, will present the Whiskey Bent Valley Boys, sponsored by Monnik Beer, on Friday, October 4 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Enjoy an evening of bluegrass music in the gardens. Whiskey Bent Valley Boys will perform two-50 minute sets. The event will also feature Bun’s Smokehouse BBQ, Monnik Beer, Morris Deli & Beverage Catering, Steel City Pops and Thirsty Thoroughbred.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and stroll through the beautiful gardens. Please NO coolers, outside food, alcohol or pets allowed at the event.

Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children 6-12 years old, children under 5 are free. Tickets are limited. Please purchase online at http://www.historicwhitehall.org/bluegrassmusicinthegardens, or call 897-2944. If available, tickets sold at the door will be cash only.

BowmanFest 2019 – October 5 & 6

Bowman Fest

BowmanFest 2019 is coming up on Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6 at Bowman Field Terminal Building, 2805 Taylorsville Road.

At the event enjoy more than thirty military and civilian airplanes, aircraft flyovers and air show maneuvers, vintage cars, motorcycles, re-enactors, historic exhibits, flightline rides, Four Roses Bourbon tastings, live music, bouncy field, food trucks, craft beers, local vendors and more. For more information on the festival, please click here.

New for 2019, BowmanFest IPA “5K on the Runway” Race on Saturday, October 5 at 9:00 a.m. The 5K Run/Walk is $33 for adults and $23 for 15 and under. For more information and to sign up, please click here.

Sustainability Story: Green Heart Tree Planting – October 5

Green Heart Tree Plant

Louisville Grows is partnering with The Nature Center and Green Heart Louisville to improve the health of residents by planting trees in five neighborhoods located in south Louisville. Join Louisville Grows with our Beechmont, Wyandotte/Oakdale, and Wilder Park neighbors and help dig towards the goal of planting 1,000 trees this season! 200 volunteers are needed on Saturday, October 5 from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.! No experience is necessary; everyone is welcome to come play in the dirt. Citizen Foresters will be there to lead you in becoming a proper tree planter! The meeting location is Southside Baptist Church, 804 Camden Avenue, 40215. Citizen Foresters and volunteers please register at tinyurl.com/GHplanting2019

Other volunteer opportunities include registration, breakfast, and lunch volunteers. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided to all volunteers. Louisville Grows will provide gloves and water bottles. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Waterproof outerwear is recommended if rain is in the forecast. You'll be digging in dirt and handling mulch, so please wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. Closed-toed shoes are required. 

We’d like to feature your sustainability story - a resident or business doing good things for the environment.  Riding the bus, bicycling, walking, gardening and more - our eNews will feature practices which can benefit all of us.  Send your story to Bill Hollander or Kyle Ethridge

D9 ABC Notifications

ABC Notifications

Attached, please find a Change in Ownership memo and Courier Journal Legal announcement for a Quota Retail Liquor by the Drink, NQ4 Retail Malt Beverage by the Drink, and Sunday Liquor Drink license(s) being applied for, located at 2868 Frankfort Avenue (Blue Dog Bakery & Café).  The ad ran in The Courier Journal Saturday, September 7, 2019.

Attached, please find a New Location memo and Courier Journal Legal announcement for a Quota Retail Liquor by the Drink, NQ4 Retail Malt Beverage by the Drink, and Sunday Liquor Drink license(s) being applied for, located at 2708 Frankfort Avenue (Eat Your Bourbon Marketplace).  The ad ran in The Courier Journal Saturday, September 14, 2019.

Any person, association, corporation, or body politic may protest the granting of the license by writing the Dept. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 1003 Twilight Trail, Frankfort, KY 40601-8400, within 30 days of the date of this legal publication.

Butchertown Porktoberfest – October 11


The Butchertown Neighborhood Association (BNA) is hosting the 8th Annual Porktoberfest on Friday, October 11 from 5:00 – 10:00 p.m. at Copper & Kings, 1121 E. Washington Street. The event will include a cooking competition featuring Red Hog, Silly Axe Café, Art Eatables, Borracho Taco Stand, Liege & Dairy, Butchertown Pizza Hall, Against the Grain, Biscuit Belly, Cellar Door Chocolates, Feast BBQ, Butchertown Social, Hi-Five Donuts and Butchertown Grocery. Also enjoy live music by the Damudcats. For more information, please click here.

Junk Pick-up in District 9

junk pickup

It’s time to clean house and get ready for another junk collection if you live in the 9th District Urban Services District (USD). You may begin setting out your junk Friday, October 18 in the afternoon. All junk must be set out by Monday, October 21 at 6:00 a.m. Some items (hazardous materials, construction debris, etc.) are not collected and these rules are strictly enforced. For collection guidelines, please visit http://louisvilleky.gov/government/public-works/services/junk-and-bulk-trash-disposal. Sign up for junk set out reminders by email and text, click here! To see if you are in the collection area, go to http://mapit.louisvilleky.gov/, enter your address and check under “sanitation services.”

D9 Fall Community Cleanup – October 19

fall cleanup

If you’ve been complaining about litter, please plan to join your neighbors on Saturday, October 19, to do something about it at the D9 Fall Community Cleanup.

In partnership with Brightside, volunteers will be cleaning up the Brownsboro Road corridor and adjoining areas of Clifton Heights and Clifton. Volunteers should plan to meet at 8:30 a.m. at Brownsboro Road and Lindsay Avenue for breakfast sandwiches, provided by the Clifton McDonald’s, and hot coffee, provided by Heine Brothers’ Coffee. The cleanup will officially begin at 9:00 a.m. The District 9 office will provide bags, gloves, tools and t-shirts on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to register your own neighborhood team through Brightside, please click here.

Yard Waste is NOT Trash

yard waste

Public Education Coordinator, Karen Maynard, recently visited Smith Creek's Louisville location where most local yard waste haulers offload their collections. The material is sent through a grinder before being loaded onto another truck and taken to their industrial composting facility located in Borden, Indiana. It takes about 6 to 8 months for it to be ready for distribution to stores, even locations here in Louisville.

This amazing closed loop system could be better, though. The piles of yard waste from neighborhood collections contains plastic pots, plant tags, straws, plastic drink bottles, mulch bags, and the list goes on. These items aren't necessarily easy to spot - they are often buried deep in the paper yard waste bags. When the plastic hits the grinder it is shredded into small plastic pieces that can't be easily removed. This reduces the value of the final product. And if you've ever found small pieces of plastic in your purchased mulch or compost, now you know why. 

If you have yard waste collection service, make sure to follow the guidelines. Yard waste includes leaves, twigs, small branches, grass clippings, and plant trimmings. It does NOT include trash generated from yard work or litter found in your yard. Use the Recycle Coach app to search "What Goes Where?"

St. MAM “Pulling Together” – October 17

Pulling Together

The St. Matthews Area Ministries (St. MAM) “Pulling Together” Auction and Banquet is scheduled for Thursday, October 17 at 5:30 p.m. at The Olmsted, 3701 Frankfort Avenue (located on the Masonic Home Campus). The event includes a dinner, silent-live auction and cash bar. Tickets are $55 per person and tables will be arranged with ten seats.

To purchase tickets, please contact Julie Abbott at 893-0205 or email JuleAbbott@stmam.com by October 9.

Register by October 7 and Vote!

Register to Vote

On November 5, Kentuckians will fill seven constitutional offices: Governor/Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor of Public Accounts and Commissioner of Agriculture.

Registering to vote – and checking your registration - has never been easier. The deadline for registering to vote in Kentucky before the 2019 General Election is October 7. You can register, update or check your registration online at GoVoteKy.Com. (https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/ovrweb/govoteky.)  It will also show you the precinct in which you are registered and the polling location for that precinct. 

Exercise your right to register and vote in 2019!

Grieving the Sudden Loss of a Loved One?

If you or someone you know is suffering the sudden and traumatic loss of a loved one, a local non-profit is there to help. First Hour Grief Response offers free one-to-one grief mentoring in a confidential environment. When everyone else has gone back to their normal lives and you are left to process what happened, it can provide coping strategies for the weeks and months ahead.

Call (502) 791-9938 or fill out the Contact Us page at https://www.firsthourgrief.org/contact/. You don’t have to do this alone.

District 9 Calendar Events

Below are some Ninth District calendar events!  To view a full listing of events please visit the District 9 Blog at http://district9news.wordpress.com/.  If you would like to submit events to be considered for the blog calendar please email Kyle Ethridge or call 574-1109.

Thursday, September 26: House of Ruth’s Dining Out For Life, presented by Brown-Forman.  Participating restaurants will donate up to 25% of your check to House of Ruth. You can pick from breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert options! Every person who dines at one of the participating restaurants on Sept. 26 is helping provide housing, mental health counseling, and much more to individuals in our community affected by HIV/AIDS. By simply enjoying a meal, you are making our community stronger.  The following restaurants in D9 are participating: Blue Dog Bakery, Red Hog, Porcini, The Hub, Irish Rover, and Volare.  For more information, go to www.houseofruth.net.

Thursday, September 26Carmichael's Bookstore, 2720 Frankfort Avenue, will host Suki Anderson at 7:00 p.m. Suki Anderson is a dream journalist, a.k.a. subconscious fiction artist. A visual artist since she could hold a crayon, currently she is drawing her dreams. She is Art Director of Louisville Magazine and a freelance designer at Suki Anderson Design. Questions, please contact the store at 896-6950.

Friday, September 27: Goodwill Industries of Kentucky will host an Expungement Clinic from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at 909 E. Broadway. The following resources will be available free of charge: Department of Corrections record checks, Legal Aid Society, employers, career coaches, door prizes, refreshments, and more. 

Friday, September 27: The Frankfort Avenue Business Association encourages you to come out and "Stroll and Shop" on the beautiful historic Frankfort Avenue from 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. Have dinner and check out the unique shops, galleries and architecture that line the gorgeous Avenue.

Friday, September 27 - Sunday, September 29: Louder Than Life music festival at the Highlands Festival Grounds at the Kentucky Expo Center, 937 Philips Lane. For more information, please visit https://louderthanlifefestival.com/.

Saturday, September 28: American Printing House for the Blind (APH), 1839 Frankfort Avenue, will host Train Your Puppy the Guide Dog Way from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Dog guides partner with people who are blind, giving them the freedom to set their own schedules and to move confidently anywhere they choose to travel. They are also devoted and loving companions. Learn all you ever wanted to know about the amazing dogs from the panel of experts - what they do for their human partners, how they are trained, and what happens when the harness comes off. Presenters are Deb Louis and Doug & Julie Metz. Free to the public but registration is required. Call 502-899-2213 or email kcarpenter@aph.org to register. Best for adults and children ages 6 and up.

Saturday, September 28: Carmichael's Bookstore, 2720 Frankfort Avenue, will host Tony Earley Party at 2:00 p.m. for a discussion on Jim the Boy: A Novel. Questions, please call the store at 896-6950.

Sunday, September 29: Crescent Hill Community Council Green Committee volunteer opportunity at 9:00 a.m. Help us save trees by St. Joe’s. The trees along Frankfort Avenue on the St. Joe’s block have vines that need to be removed. Bring your clippers and chainsaws and let’s clean this up! Meet up is on Frankfort Avenue outside St. Joe’s.

Monday, September 30St. Matthews Library, 3940 Grandview Avenue, will host computer basics for your laptop at 2:30 p.m.  Bring your laptop to this instructional class on the basics of using your computer. No experience required. Questions, please call the branch at 574-1771.

Tuesday, October 1: Butchertown Neighborhood Association monthly meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the home of Mac and Catherine Willett, 1419 E. Washington Street.

Wednesday, October 2: Crescent Hill Library, 2762 Frankfort Avenue, to host a meeting of the minds at 7:00 p.m. Join members of the community as they think about and discuss current topics. Contact the branch for full details. For more information, please contact the branch at 574-1793.

Thursday, October 3: Crescent Hill Community Council meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the Peterson-Dumesnil House, 301 S. Peterson Avenue.

Friday, October 4: Waterfront Botanical Gardens, located on Frankfort Avenue just north of River Road, will host their grand opening and ribbon cutting from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is extremely limited, please plan ahead. Please carpool, TARC, bike, walk or use a shuttle.

Friday, October 4St. Matthews Library, 3940 Grandview Avenue, will host English Conversation Club at 11:00 a.m. Practice English conversation. Questions, please contact the branch at 574-1771.

Friday, October 4Whitehall House & Gardens, 3117 Lexington Road, will host the Whiskey Bent Valley Boys from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children 6-12 years old. Tickets are limited, you can purchase them online at www.historicwhitehall.org/bluegrassmusicinthegardens or call 897-2944.

Friday, October 4 - Sunday, October 6: St. James Court Art Show.  Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm and Sunday from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm at St. James Court and surrounding streets.  For more information visit www.stjamescourtartshow.com.

Saturday, October 5: Bowman Field 5k on the Runway from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Race down the runways past live plane displays and interactive fun with the family. $5 from each full priced paid registration goes to Kosair Charities and The Home of the Innocents. 5k Run/Walk is $33 per person. 15 & Under 5k Run/Walk is $23 per person. For more information and to sign up, please click here.

Saturday, October 5Bingham Park volunteer opportunity from 10:00 a.m. - Noon.  Bingham Park is located on Coral Avenue off Frankfort Avenue.  Cleanups are scheduled the 1st Saturday of every month.  Please note these dates are subject to cancellation due to weather. For more information and to register, please call Sarah Wolff at 456-8125 or visit www.olmstedparks.org/events.

Saturday, October 5: Solar Tour 2019. The tour starts with a presentation at 9:45 a.m. at Ernst Hall, 216 Eastern Parkway, Room #103, includes a bus tour of solar installations and ends at solar-powered Apocalypse Brew Works in D9. $15 tickets are available online, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-louisville-solar-tour-tickets-71011024887.

Saturday, October 5: Free Monthly Computer Tune-Up and Repair. A free computer tune-up and repair service is offered the first Saturday of each month from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the small conference room at the St. Matthews-Eline Library, 3940 Grandview Ave. Participants should bring any additional devices that may be needed such as a battery charger, mouse and/or keyboard. Help will be limited to the first five persons to make a reservation.  To make your request to attend, email Rae Taylor at taylor_rae@hotmail.com. For more information please, visit www.computertuneupandrepair.weebly.com.

Sunday, October 6: Louisville Water is offering the public a rare opportunity to tour the Pump Station from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the Water Tower, 3005 River Road.  They will be showcasing one of the original steam engines and offering tours of the Water Works Museum. Admission is $5.

Monday, October 7: Mindful Mondays - come learn to paddle and unwind on Beargrass Creek. Join a boat full of 12 other passengers. Life jackets and paddles are provided. Paddle Towhead Island, The Waterfront Botanical Gardens, Big 4 Walking Bridge and more. The boat will leave at 6:15 p.m. For more information visit https://rivercitypaddlesports.wordpress.com/. To register visit www.louisvilletickets.com.

Tuesday, October 8: Clifton Community Council Board of Directors meeting at 6:00 p.m. at 131 Vernon Avenue.

Tuesday, October 8 - Sunday, November 3: Louisville Jack O'Lantern Spectacular at Iroquois Park. Hours are Sunday - Thursday from dusk (approximately 7:15) to 11:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from dusk to midnight. Tickets range between $10 - $18. Questions, please call 368-5865 or visit www.jackolanternlouisville.com.

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