Here’s a handy list for local and regional festivals. Time to get your favorite T-shirt air-brushed. Might we suggest a unicorn busting through a rainbow?
26-28 — Abbey Road on the River: Belvedere, Beatles tribute featuring 75 bands over nine stages, noon-11 p.m., prices vary, (216) 378-1980 or www.abbeyroadontheriver.com.
27-28 — Kentucky Reggae Festival: Water Tower, River Road and Zorn Ave., 2-11:30pm, with Caribbean cuisine and market, children’s activities and reggae music, $5, 583-0333 or www.bisig.com.
27-28 — Fleur de Lis Festival: Waterfront Park, Sat. 10am-8pm, Sun. 10am-5pm, celebrates city’s French heritage w/ with an outdoor market and garden, music, art, jewelry and collectibles, 267-5074.
28-29 — Family FunFest: Churchill Downs, 11:30am, with kids’ activities, rides, games and face painting, $2, 636-4400.
2-3 — Portland Family Reunion Festival: North Western Parkway, 33rd-35th streets, Fri. 5-11pm, Sat. noon-11pm, features carnival rides, booths, a parade (Sat., noon), arts and crafts, casino, live music and more, 776-5505.
2-3 — British Bash: St. Joe’s Children’s Home, 2823 Frankfort Ave., featuring live music, food and more than 200 British cars, 499-2253 or www.britishbash.com.
3-4 — Microbrew Festival: Churchill Downs, 11:30am, sample microwbrews and food from around the state, $2, 636-4400.
10-11 — Louisville Irish Fest: Belvedere, Sat. 11am-9pm, Sun. 11am-6pm, celebrates Irish heritage with music, cultural exhibits, vendors, food and more, www.louisvilleirishfest.com.
11 — St. Matthews Community Festival: Brown Park, noon-6pm, with food, music, magicians, rock-climbing wall, petting zoo and more, 899-2523.
14-17 — Lyndon Area Fair: Robsion Park (behind the Lyndon Post Office), Wed.-Thu. 5-9pm, Fri. 4-10pm, Sat. noon-10pm, with rides, fireworks, arts and crafts, live music and more, 339-9115.
14-July 2 — Kentucky Shakespeare Festival: Central Park, featuring plays “As You Like It,” “Romeo and Juliet” and more, 637-4933.
16-17 — Kentuckiana Pride Festival: Belvedere, features parade, beer garden, music and more, www.kentuckianapridefestival.com.
22-25 — Dew Action Sports Tour/Panasonic Open: KY Expo Center, national BMX, skateboarding and freestyle motocross competitions, 298-6206 or www.dewactionsportstour.com.
23-24 — Sun Circle Celebration: Clarksville, Falls of the Ohio State Park, 10am-4pm, Native American arts and crafts festival, (812) 280-9970 or www.fallsoftheohio.org.
23-24 — Shively Independence Festival: Shively Park, 3920 Dixie Hwy., Fri. 6-11pm, Sat. noon-11pm, featuring balloon glow, 5K, fireworks, arts and crafts, games, food and music, 449-5000.
23-25 — Greek Festival: Belvedere, Fri.-Sat. 11:30am-10pm, Sun. noon-7pm, celebrates Greek culture with music, arts and crafts, food and more, 246-6036.
24-25 — Six Flags Music Fest: Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, featuring more than 200 bands on 10 stages, 366-2231 or www.sixflags.com.
24-25 — YUM! Brands Streetball: Waterfront Park, Sat. 8am-6pm, Sun. 9am-5pm, basketball tournament for kids ages 8 and older, 636-1888 or www.streetballlouisville.com.
26 — Taste of Frankfort Avenue: Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St., 4-7pm, $35, features food and beverage samplings from more than 27 restaurants, 896-8480.
1 — Independence Day Celebration: E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, featuring music, food, children’s activities and fireworks (10pm), 426-8950.
1-7 — KidsFest: Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, featuring kid-size rides, decorations, entertainment, jugglers, face-painting and more, 366-2231 or www.sixflags.com.
3-4 — Fifth Third Bank Waterfront Independence Festival: Waterfront Park, city celebration with fireworks, food, beer garden and live music, 574-3768.
4 — Crescent Hill Old-Fashioned Fourth of July: Peterson-Dumesnil House, 301 S. Peterson Ave., noon-10:30pm, with 5K run, bike ride, antique car parade down Frankfort Ave., fireworks, watermelon-eating contest and more, 893-9373.
4 — New Albany Riverfront’s “It’s All About The Music” Fest: New Albany, Ind., Riverfront Amphitheater, time TBD, featuring attempt to break Guinness World Record on largest rock ’n’ roll band, 298-2628.
7-8 — Blues ’n’ Jazz Barbecue Festival: Water Tower, Fri. 5-11:30pm, Sat. 4-11:30pm, with live music, barbecue and more, $5, 583-0333 or www.bisig.com.
8 — GospelFest: Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, features regional and national talent, 366-2231 or www.sixflags.com.
8-9 — SummerFest/Threshing Days: Otter Creek Park, with arts and crafts, music, food, antique steam engines, demonstrations and more, 574-4583.
22-23 — Operation Brightside/Coca-Cola Volleyball Classic: Seneca Park and Baxter Jack’s, annual volleyball tournament, 574-2613.
28-29 — Forecastle Fest: Mellwood Arts Center, annual music, art, activist festival, featuring more than 35 local bands, artists and organizations, $10-$15, 472-7555.
28-29 — Kentucky Colonels Kentucky Music Weekend: Iroquois Park, Fri. 7-11pm, Sat. noon-11pm, folk music festival with concerts, workshops and more, 348-5237.
29-30 — West Louisville Appreciation Festival: Shawnee Park, with music, games, rides and more, 772-2591.
3-6 — Street Rod Nationals: Kentucky Expo Center, hot rod show with demonstrations, games and more, (901) 452-4030.
4-6 — Berrytown-Griffytown Summer Festival: Berrytown Park, Fri. 6-10pm, Sat. noon-10pm, Sun. 2-8pm, with arts and crafts, rides, food, car show and more, 245-8297.
4-6 — Kentucky Bluegrass Music Festival: Belvedere, with live music, food, children’s activities and more, $5, 583-0333 or www.bisig.com.
5 — Park DuValle Fall Festival: DuValle Education Center/Carter Traditional Elementary School, 3600 Bohne Ave., with children’s rides, food, health fair and entertainment, 640-3845.
12 — St. Joseph Orphans Picnic: 2823 Frankfort Ave., noon-11pm, more than 60 booths with games, food, raffles and more, 893-0241 or www.sjkids.org.
17-27 — Kentucky State Fair: Kentucky Expo Center, featuring exhibits, concerts, agricultural and commercial displays and more, 367-5000.
24-27 — Sellersburg Celebrates: Sellersburg, Ind., Silver Creek Township Park, with food and specialty booths, balloon glow, car show and more, (812) 786-3098.
26 — Brew at the Zoo: Louisville Zoo, 1100 Trevilian Way, live music and samplings from area microbreweries, 459-2181 or www.louisvillezoo.org.
2-3 — Rock the Water Tower: Water Tower, 4-11:30pm, featuring live music, beer garden, food and more, $5-$8, 583-0333 or www.bisig.com.
25-28 — Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival: Pineville, Ky., arts and crafts, parade, street dance, music, (606) 337-6103.
26-29 — 35th Annual Kentucky Speleofest: Munfordville, Ky., Hart Co. Fairgrounds, hosted by Louisville Grotto Club, camping, karaoke, cave trips, (812) 597-0275 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
27 — Cornbread Festival: Monticello, Ky., Mill Spring Park, arts and crafts, corn mill grinding demonstrations, tours, (606) 348-3064.
27 — Starlight Strawberry Festival: Starlight, Ind., St. John’s Church, 8310 St. Johns Road, with build-your-own strawberry shortcake, rides, juried art show, games and more, (812) 923-5785.
27-28 — Crafts in the Village: Gilbertsville, Ky., Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, juried arts/crafts, (800) 325-0146.
1-4 — Glasgow Highland Games: Lucas, Ky., Barren River Lake State Resort Park, celebrates Scottish heritage w/ parade, volleyball tournament, pipe and drum competition, golf, medieval battles and more, (270) 651-3141 or www.glasgowhighlandgames.com.
1-4 — 400 Miles of Antiques, Collectibles, & Stuff: from Paducah and Columbus to Maysville, Ky., with 60 historic communities, more than 200 antique shops, (270) 781-6858.
2-3 — LeoFest: Versailles, Ky., St. Leo School, 239 N. Main St., features raffle, children’s activities, food and charitable gaming booths, (859) 873-4573.
2-3 — Kentucky Lake Bluegrass Festival: Aurora, Ky., Kenlake State Resort Park, features Rhonda Vincent and the Rage, J.D. Crowe and New South, George Clark, Dixie Flyers and more, (270) 527-3128.
2-3 — Poke Sallet Festival and Homecoming: Harlan, Ky., features children’s rides, arts and crafts, beauty pageant, dinner, trail rides and more, (606) 573-4717.
2-3 — Pennington Folk Music Festival: Princeton, Ky., Butler Lawn, with traditional folk and bluegrass music by No Tools Loaned, Roni Stoneman, Richard Smith, Gypsy Wind, John Edmonds, Boys From Kentucky, Junior Brown and more, (270) 365-7080.
2-3 — Yellowbanks Dulcimer Festival: Owensboro, Ky., English Park, with free concerts and workshops, handmade crafts, vendors and live music by Guy George, Dick Albin, Butch Ross, Christie Burns and more, (270) 684-1631.
2-4 — Old Fort Harrod Beef Festival: Harrodsburg, Ky., Old Fort Harrod State Park, with arts and crafts, festival food, crafts, 5K race and music from Kentucky Headhunters, (859) 734-3314.
3 — Outdoor Women Festival: Madison, Ind., Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge, encourages fun and success in outdoors for women, (812) 273-0783, www.fws.gov/midwest/bigoaks.
3-4 — Pleasant Hill Antique Show & Sale: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, featuring arts, crafts and demonstrations, (800) 734-5611.
3-4 — Troy Strawberry Festival: Troy, Ohio, Miami County Fairgrounds, celebrates all things strawberry with food, art, contests, live music and more, (800) 348-8993.
3-July 9 — Highland Renaissance Faire — Eminence, Ky., with jousting, mud show, jugglers, musicians, crafts, period food and more, $12, (502) 845-0806 or www.kyrenfaire.com.
8-11 — Newport Italianfest: Newport, Ky., riverfront, celebrates Italian heritage with food, art, games, music and more, (859) 292-3666 or www.newportky.gov.
8-11 — Great American Brass Band Festival: Danville, Ky., Centre College, featuring world-renowned brass bands, parade, balloon race, picnic, food and more, (800) 755-0076.
10 — New Castle Spring Fling: New Castle, Ky., courthouse, with antiques, home tours, arts and crafts, flea market and more, (502) 845-4181.
10-17 — Bill Monroe’s Memorial Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival: Bean Blossom, Ind., Bill Monroe Memorial Park, with live music by Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys, Marty Stuart, Bobby Osborne, J.D. Crowe & New South, Del McCoury and more, (800) 414-4677 or www.beanblossom.com.
10-17 — W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival: Henderson, Ky., Audubon Mill Park, festival honors father of blues, W.C. Handy, with music, food, arts and more, (800) 648-3128 or www.handyblues.org.
12-17 — Bullitt County Fair: Bullitt County Fairgrounds, Ky. 245 at I-65, with rides, fair food and more, (502) 543-4855.
15-18 — Ichthus Music Festival: Wilmore, Ky., Ichthus Farm, live music by Casting Crowns, Relient K, Audio Adrenaline, Delirious, Camp, Pillar, Kutless, Skillet, Falling Up and more, (859) 858-3001 or www.ichthusfestival.org.
16-18 — Tribal Crossroads Pow Wow: Grayson Co., Ky., Agricultural & Recreational Park, featuring tribal dances, crafts, concerts and more, $5, www.tribalcrossroads.com.
16-18 — Indy Jazz Fest: Indianapolis, Ind., Military Park, featuring local, regional and national, jazz and blues musicians, (317) 239.5151 or www.indyjazzfest.net.
17 — Taste of Bloomington: Bloomington, Ind., Showers Commons, featuring samples from local restaurants, art, music and more, (812) 336-3681.
17-18 — MainStrasse River Raid Renaissance Festival: Covington, Ky., MainStrasse Village, Renaissance arts, crafts, demonstrations and more, (859) 491-0458.
22-25 — ROMP: River of Music Party: Owensboro, Ky., Yellow Creek Park, live music by Uncle Earl, Doc Watson, The Dillards, Bobby Osbourne, Eddie & Martha Adcock, Tom Gray, The Jaybirds and more, (888) 692-2656 or www.riverofmusic.org.
23-25 — Irish Heritage Festival: Newport, Ky., riverfront, celebrates Irish culture with food, music, dance and more, (859) 292-3666 or www.newportky.gov.
24 — Summer Art Festival: Seymour, Ind., S. Indiana Center for the Arts, 2001 N. Ewing St., juried art show w/ vendors and more, (812) 522-2278.
29-July 1 — Summertime Family Bluegrass Festival: Morehead, Ky., Poppy Mountain Campground, live music by Marty Raybon, The Smith Brothers, Vernon McIntyre, Jack Lewis and more, (606) 784-2277.
1-2 — Indiana Territorial Festival: Corydon, Ind., Capital State Historic Site, a celebration of Corydon and Indiana’s early history, (888) 738-2137.
1-2 — Madison Regatta: Madison, Ind., riverfront, hydroplane races, parade, fireworks and more, (812) 265-2956.
1-4 — Green River Catfish Festival: Morgantown, Ky., City Park, fishing contests, rides, car show, road races, fireworks and more, (270) 526-6827.
3-8 — Blackberry Festival: Carlisle, Ky., Courthouse Square, with fireworks, street dance, rides, parade and more, (859) 289-2384.
4 — Celebration of the American Spirit: Owensboro, Ky., English Park, with fireworks at dusk, rides, games and more, (270) 687-8700.
5-23 — Lexington Shakespeare Festival: University of Kentucky, Arboretum, featuring “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Much Ado About Nothing” and “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” (859) 257-4929.
6-16 — Summer Celebration: Indianapolis, Ind., Convention Center, heritage festival with national and regional performers, juried art competitions, minority health fair and more, (317) 925-2702.
12-13 — Civil War Living History Festival: Washington, Ky., seventh annual event features reenactment, crafts and more, 606-759-0505 or www.washingtonky.com.
14-15 — Master Musicians Festival: Somerset, Ky., Somerset Community College, live music by Sam Bush, Oteil and the Peacemakers, The Waybacks, Donna the Buffalo, Hog Operation and more, (800) 386-5859 or www.mastermusiciansfestival.com.
14-15 — Oldham County Day: La Grange, Ky., downtown, with 5K run/walk, parade, arts/crafts, games and more, (502) 222-1731.
14-16 — Berea Craft Festival: Berea, Ky., Indian Fort Theater, with arts and crafts, demonstrations and more, (800) 598-5263.
15 — Kentucky Shaker Music Day: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, with music by South Union Quartet and Pleasant Hill Singers, (800) 734-5611.
26-29 — Paducah Summer Festival: Paducah, Ky., riverfront and various locations, national and regional music acts, hot-air balloons, Big-Wheel races and more, (800) 723-8224 or www.paducahtourism.org.
29-30 — Dayton Air Show: Dayton, Ohio, Dayton International Airport, featuring live air shows, demonstrations, parade and more, (937) 898-5901 or www.usats.org.
29-30 — Newport Arts and Music Festival: Newport, Ky., riverfront, featuring local and regional entertainment, (859) 292-3666 or www.newportky.gov.
30-Aug. 5 — Harrison County Fair: Corydon, Ind., Harrison County Fairgrounds, Indiana’s oldest continuous running fair, (888) 738-2137.
2-13 — Ohio State Fair: Columbus, Ohio, Expo Center, featuring midway, live music, games, food, demonstrations and more, (888) OHO-EXPO or www.ohiostatefair.com.
3-5 — Duncan Hines Festival: Bowling Green, Ky., downtown, honors Kentuckian who made cake mixes popular with recipe contests, games, music and more, (800) 326-7465.
3-6 — World’s Longest Outdoor Sale: begins in MainStrasse Village in Covington, continues along U.S. 127 for 450 miles to Gadsden, Ala., (859) 491-0458.
5-6 — Pleasant Hill Art & Craft Fair: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, juried arts and crafts and demonstrations, (800) 734-5611.
9-20 — Indiana State Fair: Indianapolis, Ind., Indiana State Fairgrounds, agricultural and commercial displays, livestock exhibits, performances and more, (317) 927-7500.
10-12 — Henderson Bluegrass in the Park and Folklife Festival: Henderson, Ky., Audubon Mill Park, with demonstrations, children’s activities, folk-type crafts, music and more, (270) 826-3128 or www.hendersonky.org/bluegrass.
10-13 — Great Inland Seafood Festival: Newport and Cincinnati, riverfront, celebrates seafood from local restaurants, (859) 292-3666 or www.newportky.gov.
12 — Music of the Black Shakers: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, celebration of African-American Shaker experience with song and interpretive dance, (800) 734-5611.
12 — World on the Square: Corydon, Ind., Capital State Historic Site, multi-cultural experience with food, entertainment and exhibits of 40 countries, (888) 738-2137.
19-20 — Woodland Arts Fair: Lexington, Ky., Woodland Park, arts and crafts, demonstrations, music and food, (859) 254-7024.
25-26 — Bluegrass 101 Bluegrass Festival: Shepherdsville, Ky., Bullitt County Fairgrounds, live music by Cherryholmes, David Davis & Warrior River Boys, Dean Osborne, Sassafras, No Tools Loaned, Paul Williams and more, (502) 252-9004 or www.bluegrass101.com.
25-26 — Kentucky Heartland Festival: Elizabethtown, Ky., Freeman Lake Park, features arts and crafts, balloon race, fireworks, parade and more, (270) 765-4334.
26-27 — Art on the Square: Corydon, Ind., juried art show, arts and crafts, student art exhibit, music and more, (888) 738-2137.
31-Sept. 3 — J.D. Crowe & the New South Bluegrass Festival: Wilmore, Ky., Ichthus Grounds, live music by J.D. Crowe & the New South and more, (859) 885-4500 or www.jdcrowefestival.com.
Calling all couch potatoes: Here’s a list of groups/clubs you can join this summer to get you out and about. Put down the remote … slowly … slowly …
Aerobics — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, low-impact aerobics for adults over 50, Mon., Wed. & Fri. 11:30am-12:30pm, 429-7270.
Aikido — U of L Aikido Club, 479-7463 or www.aikido.nowright.com.
Archery — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, free use of range, 426-8950.
Archery — Cherokee Park, near Scenic Loop, free use of range, 456-3253.
Archery — Iroquois Park, free use of range, 456-3253.
Badminton — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, Wed. 6-8pm, Sun. noon-2pm, 426-8950.
Badminton — UofL, Humana Gym, Tue./Fri. 7-9pm, 426-3219 or 426-5518.
Ballroom Dancing — Greater Louisville Amateur Ballroom Dancers, 896-6909.
Ballroom Dancing — JCPS Adult and Continuing Education, beginner and intermediate classes, 6:30-8:30pm, 485-3400.
Baseball — Louisville MSBL Club, 28 & up, 38 & up leagues forming, 594-0872.
Baseball — River City Baseball League, 18 & up, Thurman Hutchins Park, River Road and Indian Hills Trail, email@example.com.
Basketball — Derby City Athletic Club, 4101 Cadillac Ct., teams forming, 456-8171.
Basketball — Downtown YMCA, leagues forming, 587-2366.
Basketball — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, open gym, Wed. 11am-5pm, 426-8950.
Basketball — Jewish Community Center, Mon./Wed. evenings, 18 & over, 11:30am, 30 & over, 3pm, 238-2757.
Basketball — YMCA of Southern Indiana, Jeffersonville, 283-9622.
Belly Dancing — Beechmont Community Center, 205 W. Wellington Ave., intermediate classes Thu., 361-5484.
Belly Dancing — Clifton Center, 727-5491 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Belly Dancing — JCPS Adult and Continuing Education, beginner classes, 6:30-8:30pm, 485-3400.
Belly Dancing — Whitehouse, 222 Pearl St., New Albany, classes Mon. 6pm, 931-4254.
Boxing — Beechmont Community Center, basics including abs and agility training, 7:30-8:30pm, 205 W. Wellington Ave., 361-5484.
Canoeing — Jefferson Memorial Forest, 1131 Mitchell Hill Rd., 9am-2:30pm, 368-5404.
Canoeing — Otter Creek, rentals, 574-4583.
Canoeing — Viking Canoe Club, second Mon. of month, 7:30pm, meets at KT’s, 2300 Lexington Rd., www.vikingcanoeclub.org.
Climbing — Louisville Science Center, 727 W. Main St., 50-foot climbing wall, Sat./Sun. 1-5pm, 561-6100.
Climbing — Rocksport Climbing Center, 10901 Plantside Dr., Fri. 3-10pm, 266-5833.
Contra Dancing — Episcopal Church of Advent, 901 Baxter Ave., Mon. 8-10pm, www.louisvillecontradancers.org.
Cycling — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, 3000 Freys Hill Rd., gate practice Wed. 6pm, racing Sat. 6pm, thru Nov., 499-6299.
Cycling — Louisville Bicycle Club, weekly rides, 329-1848 or www.louisvillebicycleclub.org.
Cycling — Southern Indiana Wheelmen, weekly rides, (812) 285-0353 or www.siwheelmen.org.
Dodgeball — Louisville Dodgeball League, email@example.com.
Dodgeball — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, leagues forming, 426-8950.
Ethnic Dancing — Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, 4936 Old Brownsboro Rd., Thu., 7:30-9:30pm, 426-2657.
Fencing — Louisville Fencing Center, 1401 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., classes and lessons, 540-5004 or www.louisvillefencing.org.
Fencing — UofL Fencing Club, classes every Wed., 7-8:30pm, Humana Gym, 244-8966.
Field Hockey — Field Hockey League, 417-0808.
Field Hockey — Male High School, 4409 Preston Hwy., all ages and skill levels needed, games on Sun. thru June, 452-8877.
Fitness — Presbyterian Community Center, 701 S. Hancock St., Walking Club Mon. 5:30-6:30pm, conditioning programs Tue. 11am-noon, Thu. 6:30-7:30pm, 584-0201.
Flamenco Dancing — daily classes, 235-3998 or FlamencoLouisville.com.
Flamenco Dancing — 4750 Bardstown Rd., lessons for all levels, 254-5276.
Football — Louisville Australian Football Club, 412-6215.
Hiking — Jefferson Memorial Forest, 11311 Mitchell Hill Rd., weekly hikes, 368-5404.
Hiking — Kentuckiana Single Hikers and Walkers, weekly Sun. hikes, 894-0579 or www.kishaw.org.
Hiking — Louisville Hiking Club, weekly Sat. hikes, 945-7264.
Hiking — Otter Creek Park, several trails available, 574-4583.
Hiking — Sierra Club of Louisville, weekly meetings and hikes, 452-9809.
Hiking — Southern Indiana Hiking Club, monthly hikes, 459-2139.
Ice Hockey — Louisville Hockey Players Association, late registration for spring/summer sessions, 643-2548 or www.lahpa.com.
Ice Skating — Louisville Skating Academy, classes/lessons, 425-7444 or www.skatelouisville.org.
In-Line Skating — Derby City Speed in-line skate club, 10621 Dixie Hwy., meets Tue. 5-7pm, Thu. noon-2pm, 558-6384.
In-Line Skating — Louisville Masterbladers In-Line Skating, 228-9012 or www.masterbladers.com.
Irish Step Dancing — Louisville Irish Dance Society, classes in various locations, 231-8827.
Irish Step Dancing — Mon. classes, 494-1246 or Heather@mcclanahanirishdance.com.
Kayaking — Viking Canoe & Kayaking Club, 957-4988 or www.vikingcanoeclub.org.
Lacrosse — Kentucky Lacrosse Association, 608-7164.
Line Dancing — Wall Street United Methodist Church, 240 Wall St., Jeffersonville, Tue., 282-9868.
Martial Arts — Beechmont Community Center, 205 W. Wellington Ave., Tae Kwon Do classes, Tue. and Thu., 6:15-7:45pm, 361-5484.
Martial Arts — Mom’s Music, 1710 E. 10th St., Jeffersonville, Tae Kwon Do classes, Tue./Thu. 8-9pm, 288-5747.
Martial Arts — U of L, Humana Gym, beginners’ aikido: Tue. 6pm, Fri. 5pm, 583-3005 or www.uoflaikido.com.
Martial Arts — Yoshin Dojo, 10290 Shelbyville Rd., beginner and advanced classes, Tue.-Thu., 767-3605.
Mountain Biking — Kentucky Mountain Bike Association, monthly rides, www.kymba.org.
Racquetball — Kentucky State Racquetball Association, (270) 497-4348.
Rock/Mountain Climbing — Beginning Rock Climbing classes, Wed. 7-9pm, 266-5833.
Rowing — Louisville Rowing Club, 1501 Fulton St., classes/lessons, 584-9441.
Rugby — Louisville Men’s Rugby Club, 587-6880.
Rugby — Louisville Women’s Rugby Club, practice Mon. and Wed., 6:30-8:30pm, Hogan’s Fountain in Cherokee Park, 587-8429.
Running — Cherokee Road Runners, weekly runs, 326-7867 or www.cherokeeroadrunners.org.
Running — Iroquois Hill Runners, weekly runs, 368-2443 or www.iglou.com/iroquoishillrunners.
Scottish Country Dancing — St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 2223 Woodbourne Ave., Thu. 7:30pm, 338-4041.
Skiing — Louisville Ski Club, www.louisvilleskiclub.org.
Soccer — River City Indoor Soccer, leagues forming, 426-9085.
Softball — St. Clement, 5437 Johnsontown Rd., leagues forming, 640-0302.
Softball — St. Timothy, 10300 Lower River Rd., leagues forming, 345-0319.
Softball — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, leagues forming, 426-8950.
Swimming — Oldham County YMCA, 20 Quality Place, Buckner, lessons and classes available, 222-9358.
Swimming — Downtown YMCA, 555 S. Second, for all ages and abilities, 587-2357.
Table Tennis — Crescent Hill Baptist Church, 2800 Frankfort Ave., open play Tue. 7-9:30pm, 896-4425.
Table Tennis — Beechmont Community Center, 205 W. Wellington Ave., open play Mon. 4-9pm, Sat. 9:30am-2pm, 361-5484.
Tae Kwon Do — U of L Tae Kwon Do Club, classes, 339-8697.
Tae Kwon Do — Beechmont Community Center, Metro Parks, 368-5404.
Tai Chi — Taoist Tai Chi Society, Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St., beginner classes forming, 893-8550.
Tennis — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, leagues forming, 426-8950.
Traditional Japanese Martial Arts — Yoshin Dojo, Tue. and Thu. classes, 6:30-9:30pm, 10290 Shelbyville Rd., 767-3605 or yoshindojo.com.
Triathlon — Louisville Landsharks Triathlon Club, 243-4805 or www.louisvillelandsharks.org.
Ultimate Frisbee — Louisville Ultimate Frisbee Association, 314-3541 or www.louisvilleultimate.org.
Various Activities — Metro Parks, outdoor recreational programs, 456-8100 or www.metro-parks.org.
Volleyball — Baxter Jack’s, 427 Baxter Ave., seasonal volleyball leagues, 587-8391.
Volleyball — Downtown YMCA, 555 S. Second St., leagues forming, 464-0178 or 587-6700.
Volleyball — MidAmerican Sports Center, 1906 Watterson Trail, seasonal volleyball leagues, 736-0800.
Volleyball — Ohio Valley Volleyball Center, 1820 Taylor Ave., seasonal volleyball leagues, 473-1200.
Volleyball — R Place Pub, 9603 Whipps Mill Road, seasonal volleyball leagues, 425-8516.
Volleyball — Southern Indiana Sports Center, 620 Park East Blvd., New Albany, seasonal volleyball leagues, (812) 981-7472.
Walking — Derby City Walkers, weekly walks, 897-5053.
Walking — Healthy Strides Walking Club, E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, 426-8950.
Weightlifting — Beechmont Community Center, 205 W. Wellington Ave., free weights and cardio exercise room, 9am-8:30pm daily, $10/month, 361-5484.
Weightlifting — Douglass Community Center, 2305 Douglass Blvd., strength training and conditioning memberships available, Tue. in May free, 6:30-7:30pm, 456-8120.