Issue May 23, 2007

Summer Fun Guide Listings

Summer Fun Guide Listings

            LEO’s got more than 100 opportunities here for you to get out and about this summer. No excuses — “American Idol” is over. But Sanjaya is forever.

Get fresh

Farmers’ markets

For more info on area farmers’ markets, go to www.kyagr.com (Kentucky Department of Agriculture) or www.localharvest.org.

 

LOUISVILLE

Bardstown Road/Highlands Farmers’ Market — Presbyterian Church parking lot, 1722 Bardstown Rd., Sat. 8am-1pm, thru Dec. 21, 287-8206.

Beargrass Farmers Market — 4100 Shelbyville Rd.,
Sat. 8am-noon, June 23-Oct. 27, 456-2800.

Beechmont Open-Air Market — Southern Parkway and Wellington, Sat. 8am-noon, thru Sept.

Eastwood Farmers’ Market — 16010 Eastwood on the
cut-off road in the parking lot of Eastwood Christian Church,
Sat. 8am-1pm, thru Sept., 244-7777.

Hidden Hollow Orchard and Wildlife Society
3200 Apple Hill
Rd., starts in Sept., daylight hours,
www.hiddenholloworchard.com, 897-0719.

Jeffersontown Farmers’ Market — Jeffersontown Pavilion, Watterson Trail at Taylorsville Rd., Sat. 7:30am until sold out, Thu. 3pm-sold out, thru Nov. 8.

Middletown Farmers’ Market — Village Square Shopping Center, 11800 Shelbyville Rd., Sat. 8:30am-noon, June 1-Sept. 1, 845-2117.

Ninth Street Market — YMCA-Quinn Chapel Church parking lot, Ninth and Chestnut streets, Wed.-Sun. 10am-7pm, thru Dec. 24.

Old Louisville Farmers’ Market — Walnut Street Baptist Church parking lot, Third and St. Catherine, Wed. 3-6pm,
Sat. 8am-noon, June 1-mid Oct.

Phoenix Hill Farmers’ Market – 829 E. Market St. in the parking lot of Felice Vineyards, Melillo’s and The Bodega,
Tue. 3-7pm, thru Oct. 30, 583-7133.

Portland Farmers’ Market — Port-Shaw CDC parking lot, 38th & Market, Sat. 9am-1pm, June 11-Oct. 30.

Rowan Street Farmers’ Market — Commodities Building, corner of 19th and Rowan St., Mon.-Fri. 8am-4pm,
June 27-Sept.

Smoketown/Shelby Park Farmers’ Market — Meyzeek Middle School parking lot, 828 S Jackson St., Sat. 9am-noon, June 2-Oct. 30.

St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church Farmers’ Market — Wolf Pen Branch Road at U.S. 42, Sat. 10am and Tue. 4pm-sold out, May 28-Oct., 228-1176.

Temple Farmers’ Market — Temple parking lot, Hwy. 42 & Lime Kiln Ln., Tue.-Thu. 3-7pm, thru Nov.

 

INDIANA

Apple Valley Green House — Corydon, off Indiana 135, daily 8am-5pm, year-round.

Jeffersonville Farmers’ Market — Preservation Park, Tue. 3-6pm, Sat. 9:30am-12:30pm, thru Oct., (812) 283-0301.

Gettelfinger Produce — Floyds Knobs, off U.S. 150, 5303 Scottsville Rd., daily thru Oct., 7am-8pm, (812) 923-8428.

Huber Orchard and Winery — Starlight, off U.S. 150,
19816 Huber Rd., daily year-round, Mon.-Sat. 11am-8pm,
Sun. 11am-6pm, (812) 923-9813.

Joe Huber Family Farm and Restaurant — Starlight off U.S. 150, 2421 Scottsville Rd., Mon.-Thu. 8am-8pm, Fri.-Sat. 8am-9pm, Sun. 10am-7pm, May-Oct., (812) 923-5255.

New Albany Farmers’ Market — Market and Bank intersection, Wed. 4-7pm., Sat. 8am-1pm, May 28-Oct.,
(812) 941-0018.

Square in Charlestown — on Indiana 3 North, Thu. 3-6pm, June-Oct., (812) 283-0301.

Stumler Orchard and Restaurant — Clark County off U.S. 150, 10924 Saint John Rd, daily through Dec. 23. Mon.-Sat. 11am-8pm, Sun. 11am-6pm, (812) 923-3832.

 

Consume a corndog, serenade with Shakespeare, bask in Beatles

Festival Guide

Greater Louisville

 

MAY

24-28 Abbey Road on the River: Belvedere, Galt House, Waterfront Park, Beatles tribute featuring 75 bands over nine stages, prices/times vary, (216) 378-1980 or
www.abbeyroadontheriver.com.

26 — 13 Hours Of Fleur de Lis Mountain Bike Race: Cherokee/Seneca Parks, X3 Event mountain bike race, www.13hoursoffleurdelis.com.

26-27Kentucky Reggae Festival: Water Tower, River Road and Zorn Ave., 1-11:30pm, with Caribbean cuisine and market, children’s activities and reggae music, $5, 583-0333 or www.bisig.com.

26-27 — Fleur de Lis Festival: Waterfront Park, Sat. 9am-8pm, Sun. 10am-6pm, celebrates city’s French heritage w/ with an outdoor market and garden, music, art, jewelry and collectibles, 893-6749.

27 — Beatersville Car & Bike Show: Phoenix Hill Tavern, 644 Baxter Ave., traditional car show, pre-1972 cars, featuring live music by King Sonic, Muddy Nasty River and more,
www.beatersville.com.

27-28Family FunFest: Churchill Downs, 11:30am, with kids’ activities, rides, games and face painting, $2, 636-4400.

 

JUNE

1-2Portland Family Reunion Festival: Northwestern Pkwy., 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.

1-2 — 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.

1-2 — Americana World Fest: Americana Community Center, 4801 Southside Dr., Fri. 7-9pm, Sat. 2-10pm, features international food, music and children’s activities, free,
366-7813.

2-3 — Highlands-Douglass Art Show: Douglass Park/Community Center, 2301 Douglass Blvd., 10am-6pm, second annual show benefits neighborhood, features juried art, live music, kids activities and more, 454-5800.

9-10Louisville Irish Fest: Belvedere, Sat. 11am-9pm, Sun. 11am-6pm, celebrates Irish heritage with music, cultural exhibits, vendors, food and more, 609-2826,
www.louisvilleirishfest.com.

10 — St. Matthews Community Festival: Brown Park, noon-6pm, with food, music, magicians, rock-climbing wall, petting zoo and more, 899-2523.

13-16 — 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.

15-16Kentuckiana Pride Festival: Belvedere, features parade, beer garden, music and more, www.kentuckianapridefestival.com.

20-July 12 — Kentucky Shakespeare Festival: Central Park, featuring plays “Measure for Measure,” “The Taming of the Shrew” and more, 637-4933.

22-23Sun Circle Celebration: Clarksville, Falls of the Ohio State Park, 10am-4pm, Native American arts and crafts festival, (812) 280-9970 or www.fallsoftheohio.org.

22-24 — Louisville’s Greek Festival: Belvedere, Fri.-Sat. 11:30am-10pm, Sun. noon-7pm, celebrates Greek culture with music, arts and crafts, food and more, 425-7775.

23GospelFest: Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, showcases regional talent and national acts like Love Fellowship Choir and New Breed, 366-2231 or www.sixflags.com.

24 — Taste of Frankfort Avenue: Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St., 4-7pm, features food and beverage samplings from more than 25 restaurants, 896-8480.

29-30 — Shively Independence Festival: Shively Park, 3920 Dixie Hwy., featuring balloon glow, fireworks, arts and crafts, games, food and music, 449-5000.

30 — Independence Day Celebration: E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, featuring music, food, children’s activities and fireworks (10pm), 426-8950.

 

JULY

3-4 Waterfront Independence Festival: Waterfront Park, city celebration with fireworks, food, beer garden and live music, 574-3768.

4Crescent 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, 897-7819.

5-8KidsFest: Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, featuring kid-size rides, decorations, entertainment, jugglers, face-painting and more, 366-2231 or www.sixflags.com.

13-14 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 — Riverside Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social,
7410 Moorman Rd., 1-6pm, featuring ice-cream-eating contest, games, children’s activities and music, 935-6809.

7-8SummerFest/Threshing Days: Otter Creek Park, with arts and crafts, music, food, antique steam engines, demonstrations and more, 574-4583.

21 — Celebration: A Christian Music Festival,
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, featuring pop, rock and spiritually-influenced music, with Todd Agnew, (800) 727-3267.

21-22Operation Brightside/Coca-Cola Volleyball Classic: Seneca Park and Baxter Jack’s, annual volleyball tournament, 574-2613.

27-28 — Forecastle Fest: Belvedere, annual music, art, activist festival, featuring more than 35 local bands, artists and organizations, including De La Soul, 472-7555,
www.forecastlefest.com.

27-28 — Kentucky Colonels Kentucky Music Weekend: Iroquois Park, Fri. 7-11pm, Sat. noon-11pm, folk music festival with concerts, workshops and more, 348-5237.

28-29 — West Louisville Appreciation Festival: Shawnee Park, with music, games, rides and more,
772-2591.

 

AUGUST

2-5Street Rod Nationals: Kentucky Expo Center, hot rod show with demonstrations, games and more,
(901) 452-4030.

3-4Kentucky Bluegrass Music Festival: Belvedere, Fri. 5-11 pm, Sat. 4-11pm, with live music, food, children’s activities and more, $5, 583-0333 or www.bisig.com.

3-5Berrytown-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.

10-11St. Joseph Orphans Picnic: 2823 Frankfort Ave., Fri. 5-10pm, Sat. noon-midnight, more than 60 booths with games, food, raffles and more, 893-0241 or www.sjkids.org.

16-26 — Kentucky State Fair: Kentucky Expo Center, featuring exhibits, concerts, agricultural and commercial displays and more, 367-5000.

23-24Sellersburg Celebrates: Sellersburg, Ind., Silver Creek Township Park, with food and specialty booths, balloon glow, car show and more, (812) 786-3098.

25 — Brew at the Zoo: Louisville Zoo, 1100 Trevilian Way, live music and samplings from area microbreweries,
459-2181 or www.louisvillezoo.org.

 

SEPTEMBER

1-2Rock the Water Tower: Water Tower, 4-11:30pm, featuring live music, beer garden, food and more, $5-$8,
583-0333 or www.bisig.com.

9-16 — Jeffersontown Gaslight Festival: Taylorsville Rd./Watterson Tr., with arts and crafts, parade, balloon glow (dusk Friday), music and more, 267-1674.

10-15 — National Quartet Convention: Expo Center, Southern gospel music festival with local, national and regional acts, 961-0988.

15-16 — Falls of the Ohio Fossil Festival, Clarksville, Falls of the Ohio State Park, Sat. 9am-6pm, Sun. 10am-5pm, includes workshops, hikes and tours, (812) 283-9970.

beyond louisville

24-27Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival: Pineville, Ky., arts and crafts, parade, street dance, music, (606) 337-6103.

25-28 — 35th Annual Kentucky Speleofest: Munfordville, Ky., Hart Co. Fairgrounds, hosted by Louisville Grotto Club, camping, karaoke, cave trips, (812) 597-0275 or
cavewolf@hotmail.com.

26Cornbread Festival: Monticello, Ky., Mill Spring Park, arts and crafts, corn mill grinding demonstrations, tours,
(606) 348-3064.

26Starlight 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.

26-27 — Crafts in the Village: Gilbertsville, Ky., Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, juried arts/crafts,
(800) 325-0146.

31-June 3Poke Sallet Festival and Homecoming: Harlan, Ky., features children’s rides, arts and crafts, beauty pageant, dinner, trail rides and more, (606) 573-4717.

31-June 3Glasgow 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.

 

JUNE

1-2Pennington Folk Music Festival: Princeton, Ky., Butler Lawn, with traditional folk and bluegrass music by “Hee-Haw” star Roni Stoneman, Eddie Pennington, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and more, (270) 365-7080.

1-2Yellowbanks Dulcimer Festival: Owensboro, Ky., English Park, with free concerts and workshops, handmade crafts, vendors and live music by Joe Collins, Russell Cook and more, (270) 684-1631.

1-2 — Bardstown Bluegrass Festival: Bardstown, Ky., live music by Dan Paisley & the Southern Grass, Bluegrass 101, Timberline Drive and more, (502) 252-9004 or
www.bluegrass101.com.

1-3Old 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.

1-3 — Troy Strawberry Festival: Troy, Ohio, Miami County Fairgrounds, celebrates all things strawberry with food, art, contests, live music and more, (800) 348-8993.

2 — 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.

2-July 9Highland Renaissance Faire — Eminence, Ky., with jousting, mud show, jugglers, musicians, crafts, period food and more, $12, (502) 845-0806 or www.kyrenfaire.com.

7-10Newport Italianfest: Newport, Ky., riverfront, celebrates Italian heritage with food, art, games, music and more, (859) 292-3666 or www.newportky.gov.

8-9 — Kentucky Lake Bluegrass Festival: Aurora, Ky., Kenlake State Resort Park, features Nothin’ Fancy, Williams and Clark Expedition, Blue Highway and more, (270) 527-3128.

8-9 — Seedtime on the Cumberland: Whitesburg, Ky., Appalshop Center, featuring screenings of Appalshop films, traditional mountain arts and crafts, food and more, with music by Charlie Louvin, Lee Sexton and more, (606) 633-0108.

8-10Great American Brass Band Festival: Danville, Ky., Centre College, featuring world-renowned brass bands, parade, balloon race, picnic, food and more, (800) 755-0076.

9 — New Castle Spring Fling: New Castle, Ky., courthouse, with antiques, home tours, arts and crafts, flea market and more, (502) 845-4181.

9-16Bill Monroe’s Memorial Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival: Bean Blossom, Ind., Bill Monroe Memorial Park, with live music by Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys, J.D. Crowe & New South and more,
(800) 414-4677 or www.beanblossom.com.

9-16 — 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.

11-16 — Bullitt County Fair: Shepherdsville, Ky., Bullitt County Fairgrounds, 245 at I-65, with rides, fair food and more, (502) 543-4855.

14-16Ichthus Music Festival: Wilmore, Ky., Ichthus Farm, live music by Switchfoot, Third Day, TobyMac and more, (859) 858-3001 or www.ichthusfestival.org.

16-17Pleasant Hill Antique Show & Sale: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, featuring arts, crafts and demonstrations, (800) 734-5611.

15-17 — Indy Jazz Fest: Indianapolis, Ind., Military Park, featuring national, regional and local jazz and blues musicians, (317) 239-5151 or www.indyjazzfest.net.

16-17MainStrasse River Raid Renaissance Festival: Covington, Ky., MainStrasse Village, Renaissance arts, crafts, demonstrations and more, (859) 491-0458.

21-23 — ROMP: River of Music Party: Owensboro, Ky., Yellow Creek Park, live music by Doyle Lawson, Del McCoury, Mike Seeger and more, (888) 692-2656 or
www.riverofmusic.org.

21-23Summertime Family Bluegrass Festival: Morehead, Ky., Poppy Mountain Campground, live music by Jeannie Seely, Jean Shepard, Ken Mellons and more,
(606) 784-2277.

22-23 — Renfro Valley Bluegrass Festival: Renfro Valley, Ky., performers include Ronnie Reno and the Reno Tradition, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and Marty Raybon,
(800) 765-7464.

23 — Taste of Bloomington: Bloomington, Ind., Showers Commons, featuring samples from local restaurants, art, music and more, (812) 336-3681.

23 — 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 — Freedom Fest: Murray, Ky., features barbecue, drinks, paintball, music and more, (800) 715-5004.

29-July 1Indiana Territorial Festival: Corydon, Ind., Capital State Historic Site, a celebration of Corydon and Indiana’s early history, (888) 738-2137.

30-July 4Green River Catfish Festival: Morgantown, Ky., City Park, fishing contests, rides, car show, road races, fireworks and more, (270) 526-6827.

 

JULY

1 — Light Up Salt River: Taylorsville Lake Dam and Overlook, with arts and crafts, music, games, fireworks (dusk), food and music, (502) 477-8882.

1-7Blackberry 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.

6-8 — Madison Regatta: Madison, Ind., riverfront, hydroplane races, parade, fireworks and more, (812) 265-2956.

12-22 — Summer Celebration: Indianapolis, Ind., Convention Center, heritage festival with national and regional performers, juried art competitions, minority health fair and more, (317) 925-2702.

13-15 — Berea Craft Festival: Berea, Ky., Indian Fort Theater, with arts and crafts, demonstrations and more,
(800) 598-5263.

14 — Kentucky Shaker Music Day: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, with music by South Union Quartet and Pleasant Hill Singers, (800) 734-5611.

20-21 — Master Musicians Festival: Somerset, Ky., Somerset Community College, live music by Old Crow Medicine Show and more, (800) 386-5859 or
www.mastermusiciansfestival.com.

20-21 — Oldham County Day: La Grange, Ky., downtown, with 5K run/walk, parade, arts/crafts, games and more,
(502) 222-1731.

25-28Paducah 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.

28 — Henry County Harvest Showcase: New Castle, Ky., country fair with locally grown foods, hayrides, crafts, music and more, (502) 845-5707

28-29 — Dayton Air Show: Dayton, Ohio, Dayton International Airport, featuring live air shows, demonstrations, parade and more, (937) 898-5901 or www.daytonairshow.com.

28-29 — Newport Arts and Music Festival: Newport, Ky., riverfront, featuring local and regional entertainment,
(859) 292-3666 or www.newportky.gov.

27-Aug. 3 — Harrison County Fair: Corydon, Ind., Harrison County Fairgrounds, Indiana’s oldest continuous running fair, (888) 738-2137.

 

AUGUST

1-12 Ohio State Fair: Columbus, Ohio, Expo Center, featuring midway, live music, games, food, demonstrations and more, (888) OHO-EXPO or www.ohiostatefair.com.

2-5 — Jasper Strassenfest: Jasper, Ind., German heritage fest with food, music, carnival rides, arts and crafts, fireworks and more, (812) 482-6866.

2-5World’s Longest Outdoor Sale: begins in MainStrasse Village in Covington, continues along U.S. 127 for 450 miles to Gadsden, Ala., (859) 491-0458.

3-10Duncan Hines Festival: Bowling Green, Ky., downtown, honors Kentuckian who made cake mixes famous with recipe contests, games, music and more, (800) 326-7465.

4-5Pleasant Hill Art & Craft Fair: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, juried arts and crafts and demonstrations,
(800) 734-5611.

8-19 — Indiana State Fair: Indianapolis, Ind., Indiana State Fairgrounds, agricultural and commercial displays, livestock exhibits, performances and more, (317) 927-7500.

9-11Henderson 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.

9-12Great Inland Seafood Festival: Newport and Cincinnati, riverfront, celebrates seafood from local restaurants, (859) 292-3666 or www.newportky.gov.

11 — Music of the Black Shakers: Harrodsburg, Ky., Shaker Village, celebration of African-American Shaker experience with song and interpretive dance, (800) 734-5611.

11World on the Square: Corydon, Ind., Capital State Historic Site, multi-cultural experience with food, entertainment and exhibits of 40 countries, (888) 738-2137.

12 — Mud, Sweat and Gears: Carrollton, Ky., General Butler State Resort Park, mountain bike festival for all ages,
(502) 484-2998.

18-19Woodland Arts Fair: Lexington, Ky., Woodland Park, arts and crafts, demonstrations, music and food,
(859) 254-7024.

24-25 — Kenlake’s Hot August Blues Festival: Aurora, Ky., Kenlake State Resort, with national, regional and local blues bands, (800) 325-0143.

24-25 — Kentucky Heartland Festival: Elizabethtown, Ky., Freeman Lake Park, features arts and crafts, balloon race, fireworks, parade and more, (270) 765-4334.

25-26Art on the Square: Corydon, Ind., juried art show, arts and crafts, student art exhibit, music and more,
(888) 738-2137.

31-Sept. 1 — 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.

31-Sept. 3 — 12th Annual Rib America Festival: Indianapolis, Ind., Military Park, featuring award-winning barbeque, live music and more, www.ribamerica.com.

 

SEPTEMBER

1-2 — Fourth Street Festival of Arts and Crafts: Bloomington, Ind., arts and crafts, music and more,
(812) 335-3814.

11-16 — Kentucky Bourbon Festival: Bardstown, Ky., with bourbon tastings, gala, distillery tours, balloon glow, barbecue and more, (800) 638-4877.

Sept 14-16 — Lanesville Heritage Festival: Lanesville, Ind., featuring tractor pulls and displays, food, entertainment and more, (888) 738-2137.

 

Take up a sporty vice!

 

Clubs/Activities

Aerobics — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, low-impact aerobics for adults over 50, Mon., Wed. & Fri. 10-11am, 429-7270.

Archery — Cherokee Park, near Scenic Loop, free use of range, 456-3253.

Archery — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, free use of range, 426-8950.

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 — U of L, Humana Gym, Tue./Fri. 7-9pm, 426-3219 or 426-5518.

Ballroom Dancing — Greater Louisville Amateur Ballroom Dancers, monthly dances at Moose Lodge, 10408 Watterson Tr., 896-6909, www.usabda.org.

Ballroom Dancing — JCPS Adult and Continuing Education, beginner and intermediate classes starting Sept., 6:30-8:30pm, 485-3400.

Baseball — Louisville MSBL Club, 28 & up, 38 & up leagues forming, 594-0872. Basketball — Downtown YMCA, leagues forming, 587-6700.

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 — St. Joseph Catholic Church, open gym, Mon. 8-10pm, 1420 E. Washington St., 583-7401.

Basketball — YMCA of Southern Indiana, Jeffersonville, 283-9622.

Belly Dancing — Clifton Center, 727-5491 or pinkmoondancer@msn.com.

Belly Dancing — Isis of Indiana, ongoing classes, Mon. 6:15pm, Tue.-Wed. 7pm, New Albany, (812) 931-4254, www.isisofindiana.aleena.com.

Belly Dancing — Mellwood Arts Center, beginner/intermed./troupe taught by Ruric-Amari, beginners Mon. 7:30pm, $50/6 weeks, intermediate & troupe by audition, 1860 Mellwood Ave., 777-7317.

Belly Dancing — Mystic Hips Belly Dance has ongoing classes for beginners, Thu., 7-8pm, $10, Sun Valley Park Community Ctr., 6505 Bethany Ln., 445-3178, www.mystichips.com.

Belly Dancing — Whitehouse, 222 Pearl St., New Albany, beginner classes Wed. evenings and special workshops on weekends, 931-4254.

Bowling — Summer Slam 2007, summer bowling league at King Pin Lanes, 3 people/team, 9525 Taylorsville Rd.,
719-5461.

Boxing — Beechmont Community Center, basics including abs and agility training, Mon. & Wed., 7:30-8:30pm,
205 W. Wellington Ave., 361-5484.

Canoeing — Jefferson Memorial Forest, 1131 Mitchell Hill Rd., 9am-2:30pm, 368-5404, www.memorialforest.com.

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.

Caving — Louisville Grotto, Louisville’s caving group, looking for new members, meetings first Wed., 7pm, Bon Air Library,
2816 Del Rio Pl., www.caves.org/grotto/louisvillegrotto/.

Cycling — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, 3000 Freys Hill Rd., BMX gate practice Wed. 6pm, racing Sat. 6pm, thru Nov., 499-6299.

Cycling — Louisville Bicycle Club, weekly rides, 329-1848, www.louisvillebicycleclub.org.

Cycling — Southern Indiana Wheelmen, weekly rides,
(812) 285-0353, www.siwheelmen.org.

Dancing — Absolute Dance! Studio, enrolling students for hip hop, jazz, ballet, tap and more, taught by Melissa George, for ages 3 and up, Mellwood Art Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave., 594-0044.

Dancing — African Dance Classes, Madame Diallo teaches classes every Sat., Clifton Center, adult classes 2-3pm, children 3-4pm, 2117 Payne St., 459-0902.

Dancing — Contra Dancing, Episcopal Church of Advent,
901 Baxter Ave., Mon. 8-10pm,
www.louisvillecontradancers.org.

Dancing — Dance 4 Me Studios, modern, jazz, hip-hop, ballroom dance classes and more for ages 3 to adults,
634-0161 or dance4mestudios@hotmail.com.

Dancing — Ethnic Dancing, Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, 4936 Old Brownsboro Rd., Thu., 7:30-9:30pm,
426-2657.

Dancing — Flamenco Dancing, daily classes, 235-3998, FlamencoLouisville.com.

Dancing — Flamenco Dancing, lessons for all levels,
4750 Bardstown Rd., 254-5276.

Dancing — Folk Dancing Lessons, recreational dance sessions including instructions, no partner necessary, Thu. 7:30-9:30pm, Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, 426-2657.

Dancing — Irish Step Dancing, classes start in Sept., 494-1246 or heather@mcclanahanirishdance.com.

Dancing  — Irish Step Dancing, dancers available for performance, instruction, etc., 387-1371.

Dancing — Line Dancing, Wall Street United Methodist Church, 240 Wall St., Jeffersonville, HH Square Dancing, first & third Sat. of month, 8-10pm, 283-6094.

Dancing — Louisville Salsa/Mambo Club, meet-up group, classes, clubs, events, etc., 419-4926 or
http://salsa.meetup.com/239/.

Dancing — Modern Dance Class, intermediate/advanced taught by Theresa Bautista & Tamara Begley, 7:15-8:30pm, Thu., Studio S.I.L.K., 3rd Floor, Clifton Center, $15 or $140 for 14-week session, 558-5966.

Dancing — Salsa Dance Lessons, Wed., beginners 7-7:45pm, intermediate 8-8:45pm, open practice 8:45-9:30pm, $10/class, no partner required, Big Dave’s Outpost,
1801 Bardstown Rd., 454-3333.

Dancing — Scottish Country Dancing, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 2223 Woodbourne Ave., Thu. 7:30pm, 338-4041, CentralKentucky-rscds.org.

Dancing — Temple Dance Classes, Wed. 7-8:15pm at the Clifton Center, instructor Mona Simone 727-5491.

Disc Golf — Louisville Disc Golf Club,
www.louisvillediscgolf.com.

Dodgeball — Louisville Dodgeball League,
louisvilledodgeball@yahoo.com.

Fencing — Louisville Fencing Center, 1401 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., classes and lessons, 540-5004,
www.louisvillefencing.org.

Fencing — U of L Fencing Club, classes every Wed., 7-8:30pm, Humana Gym, 244-8966.

Field Hockey — Field Hockey League, 767-2088.

Field Hockey — Male High School, 4409 Preston Hwy., all ages and skill levels needed, games at 1pm on Sun.,
452-8877.

Football — Louisville Australian Football Club, 412-6215.

Football — join weekly/bi-weekly games (two-hand touch) at local parks, villestreetball@gmail.com.

Footy — Louisville Footy Club, looking for members, 418-2590.

Golf — Bellarmine University, Continuing Studies program, beginning, intermediate golf lessons, $120, 452-8166.

Hiking — Blackacre Nature Preserve, tour & hike, open Sun. 1-5pm, 3200 Tucker Station Rd., 266-9802.

Hiking Jefferson Memorial Forest, 11311 Mitchell Hill Rd., weekly hikes, 368-5404, www.memorialforest.com.

Hiking Kentuckiana Single Hikers and Walkers, weekly Sun. hikes, 894-0579 or www.kishaw.org.

Hiking — Louisville Hiking Club, weekly Sat. hikes, 2pm,
Central Park, 945-7264.

Hiking — Otter Creek Park, several trails available, 574-4583.

Hiking — Southern Indiana Hiking Club, weekly hikes,
(812) 459-2139.

Ice Hockey — Louisville Hockey Players Association, late registration for spring/summer sessions, 643-2548,
www.lahpa.com.

Ice Skating — Louisville Figure Skating Club, 459-9500.

Ice Skating — Louisville Skating Academy, classes/lessons, 425-7444, www.skatelouisville.org.

In-Line Skating — Louisville Masterbladers In-Line Skating, 228-9012, www.masterbladers.com.

Kayaking — Viking Canoe & Kayaking Club, 957-4988,
www.vikingcanoeclub.org.

Lacrosse — Jillian’s Lacrosse Club, 608-7164, www.kylax.org.

Martial Arts — Aikido and Hikuta in Okolona, 969-6983 or www.okolonaaikido.org.

Martial Arts Black Tiger Martial Arts Academy, with instructor Eric “Gomani” Jefferson, Mon. & Wed. 6-7:30pm, Catholic Enrichment Center, 3146 W. Broadway, 802-2934.

Martial Arts — Hung Gar Kung Fu classes w/ Sifu Mike Marshall, Mon., Wed., Fri. 6-8pm, Tue., Thu. 11am-1pm, Sat. 10:30am-12:30pm, child classes available, 974-0023.

Martial Arts — Karate Classes, Beechmont Community Center, 205 W. Wellington Ave., Tue. and Thu., 6-7pm, 361-5484.

Martial Arts — Louisville Judo Club, multiple times and classes, Yoga East 1950 Bonnycastle Ave., 479-9941.

Martial Arts — Tae Kwon Do classes, Beechmont Community Center, Metro Parks, 368-5404.

Martial Arts — Tae Kwon Do classes, Mom’s Music, 1710 E. 10th St., Jeffersonville, Tue./Thu. 8-9pm, (812) 288-5747.

Martial Arts — Tai Chi classes in Crescent Hill, AM & PM, 526-4952, www.bodycenteredsolutions.com.

Martial Arts — Taoist Tai Chi Society, Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St., beginner classes forming, 893-8550.

Martial Arts — U of L Aikido Club, 583-3005,
www.uoflaikido.com

Martial Arts — U of L Tae Kwon Do Club, classes, 817-0355.

Martial Arts — Yoshin Dojo, weekly classes,
10290 Shelbyville Rd., 767-3605 or yoshindojo.com.

Mountain Biking — Kentucky Mountain Bike Association, monthly rides, 569-7676, www.kymba.org.

Pickle Ball — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, $2 (person),
Tue. & Thu. 9-11am, 426-8950.

Racquetball — Kentucky State Racquetball Association,
(270) 422-6933, www.kyracquetball.com.

Rock/Mountain Climbing — Rocksport Climbing Center, 10901 Plantside Dr., Fri. 3-10pm, 266-5833,
www.climbrocksport.com.

Rowing — Louisville Rowing Club, 1501 Fulton St., classes/lessons, 584-9441.

Rugby — Louisville Men’s and Women’s Rugby Club, 447-2630 or 582-9939, www.louisvillerugby.org.

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.

Running — Polar Bear Runs, join Fred Geswein & others at Clarksville High School track Tue. evenings, up-tempo workouts, 7:30pm, free, (812) 283-5313.

Running — Runners On A Mission (ROAM) club,
www.roaminlouisville.com.

Sailing River City Community Sailing Program, classes in youth/adult sailing, www.saillouisville.org, 899-1311.

Scuba Diving — SCUBA-Kyana Underwater Explorers Society, meets at Corner Café, 9307 New Lagrange Rd., first Wed., 7pm, 594-3900.

Self-Defense/Martial Arts — free seminars held 1st Tue. of month in “The System,” a Russian-style of Martial Arts, 638-2567.

Skiing — Louisville Ski Club, www.louisvilleskiclub.org.

Soccer — Greater Louisville Soccer League, needs women 18+ to play on Saturdays, games at 10am or noon, email louwomensoccer@aol.com.

Soccer — River City Indoor Soccer, leagues forming, 426-9085.

Softball — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, leagues forming, 426-8950.

Softball — St. Timothy, 10300 Lower River Rd., leagues forming, 345-0319.

Swimming — Crescent Hill Masters Swimming, 452-9180.

Swimming — Downtown YMCA, 555 S. Second, for all ages and abilities, 587-2357.

Swimming — Oldham County YMCA, 20 Quality Place, Buckner, lessons and classes available, 222-9358.

Table Tennis — Crescent Hill Baptist Church, 2800 Frankfort Ave., open play Tue. 4-9pm, Sat. 9:30am-2pm, 896-4425.

Table Tennis — Beechmont Community Center, 205 W. Wellington Ave., open play Mon. 4-9pm, Sat. 9:30am-2pm, 361-5484.

Tennis — Advantage Tennis & Fitness, beginner classes forming now, 897-7185.

Tennis — E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, leagues forming in Aug., 426-8950.

Triathlon — Louisville Landsharks Triathlon Club, 243-4805, www.louisvillelandsharks.org.

Ultimate Frisbee — Louisville Ultimate Frisbee Association, 314-3541, www.louisvilleultimate.org.

Various Activities — Metro Parks, outdoor recreational programs, 456-8100, www.metro-parks.org.

Various Activities — Presbyterian Community Center, 701 S. Hancock St., Walking Club Mon. 5:30-6:30pm, conditioning programs Thu, 11am-noon, Hip-Hop, Tue. 6-7pm, Thu. 5:30-6:30pm, 584-0201.

Various Activities — Quest Center, offers classes from belly dancing and yoga to Tai Chi, 1009 New Moody Ln., La Grange, Ky., 222-3990.

Volleyball — Baxter Jack’s, 427 Baxter Ave., seasonal volleyball leagues, 587-8391, www.baxterjacks.com.

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 — St. Joseph Catholic Church, open gym, Fri. 6-10pm, 1420 E. Washington St., 583-7401.

Volleyball — Southeast YMCA, 5930 Six Mile Ln., leagues forming, 491-9622, www.ymcalouisville.org.

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 or 896-4127.

Water Polo — Louisville Water Polo Club, groups forming, practice and pick up games at U of L, 797-8486.

Weightlifting — Beechmont Community Center,
205 W. Wellington Ave., free weights and cardio exercise room, 9am-8:30pm daily, $10/month, $5/ after 15th of month, 361-5484.

Yoga — Shekinah Studio, classes Sun. 11:45am, Wed. 9:30am, Sat. 1pm, $10/class; Pilates classes, Sun. 10:30am, $8/class, 982 Barret Ave., 582-3000.

Yoga — Infinite Bliss Yoga, daily classes, (Fri. class, 4:30pm, donation benefits St. Jude’s Hospital), 1500 Bardstown Rd., 485-0121.

Yoga — Edenside Christian Church, with Matt Harris, Wed., 7-8:30pm, 1415 Bardstown Rd., 905-7244.

Yoga —  Achieve, classes for all levels, $10, weekdays 11am, Mon. & Wed. 5:30pm, 10290 Shelbyville Rd., 649-4433.