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Just For Kids
Kids Rock — music classes for kids, taught by Heidi Howe, ages 2-5, Louisville School of Rock, www.urock2.com.
ArtClub in the Highlands — art classes for youth taught by Ms. Shelly, Mon & Wed, 4:30-6 p.m. classes, open studio time, Sat 9 a.m.-noon, 452-1010.
Ray’s Monkey House — presents Storytime, reading for ages 2-5 and kids at heart, Sat., 4 p.m.; Tue., 6 p.m., free, 1578 Bardstown Rd., 459-4373.
Flamenco Dance for Kids — Tue., 5 p.m., Clifton Center, 836-3995.
Reading Specialist/Tutor — reading, spelling, language, offering Incentives, 635-9262.
Mommy & Me — structured playgroup, focus is music and instrument play, storybook readings, baby sign language and more, second and fourth Mon., 10:30 a.m.-noon, 296-2051.
Barnes & Noble — Tales at Twilight, ages 2-7, Fri., 7 p.m., 801 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy, 425-7425.
Mellwood Arts Center — after-school program, Creative Diversity Studio for middle and high school students, 1860 Mellwood Ave., Mon-Wed 2:30-5 p.m., $6/hr, 767-4723.
YMCA Downtown, Southeast, Southwest and Oldham Co. — classes on lifeguard training and swimming lessons, ymcalouisville.org.
Douglass Community Center — sport youth classes including basketball and archery,2305 Douglass Blvd., 456-8120.
Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort — presents History Zone activities for children 5-10 and their families, Sat., 1-4 p.m., free, 564-1792 ext. 4461.
Jefferson Memorial Forest — various programs for children of all ages, 368-5404.
Family and Friends Game Night — play one of our board games or bring your own, Mon., 5-9 p.m., La Vida Java Coffee Co., 1301 Herr Ln., Westport Village, 412-9393.
Oldham County Housewives — looking for housewives all ages for friendship, activities and support, email@example.com.
Brilliant Babies Playgroup — focuses on music & instrument play, storybook readings, baby sign language, meets second Mon. of month, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Jeffersontown Library, 10635 Watterson Trail, 296-2051.
Family Circle Playgroup — meets last Saturday of month, 9:30-11 a.m., Bon Air Regional Library, 2816 Del Rio Place, 296-2051.
Beading Techniques — by Collis Marshall, Nov. 13, 5-8 p.m., free, Celia’s at Mellwood Arts Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave., 767-2222.
Spanish Conversation Class — at De La Torre’s, taught by Maggie de la Torre, Thu., 7:30-8:30 p.m., free, 1606 Bardstown Rd., 456-4955.
Earthenirvana — Louisville’s environmental education location offers classes, 608-9145.
Self-Defense/Martial Arts — free seminars held first Tue. of month in “The System,” a Russian-style of Martial Arts, 638-2567.
Bagpipe Lessons — offered by the Louisville Pipe Band every Sunday, Buechel United Methodist Church, 2817 Hikes Ln., call Ted at 569-7472.
Mary Anderson Center — clay instruction for youth and adults taught by Norman Silva, Tue., Wed. and Sat. classes, Mount St. Francis in Floyds Knobs, (812) 923-6942.
Jewish Community Center — offers art classes, 459-0660.
Flame Run Gallery — classes and tours, tour hot-glass and cold-glass studios, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free, 828 Market St, 584-5353.
Glass Dreamz — offers classes, 2005 Bonnycastle Ave., 454-8588.
“How to stop an unwanted hug” — ongoing class for women, free, ages 7 and up, Mon., 7 p.m., Shoppes of Forest Springs, 12482 Lagrange Rd., 338-1724.
Kentuckiana Single Hikers and Walkers — Nov. 16, hike at General Butler State Park, leave 9 a.m. from McDonald’s, 5027 Shelbyville Road, across from Mall St. Matthews, easy/moderate 6-8 miles, 894-0579 or www.kishaw.org.
Shine Yoga — offers free yoga classes and more to all ages, classes throughout the week, Mellwood Arts Center, 442-2843 or www.shinelouisville.com.
Pinball Fight Club — double elimination tournament, $3 entry fee, prizes, every Mon., 9 p.m., Derby City Espresso, 331 E. Market St., 442-0523.
Tae Kwon Do Club — open to all adults, beginners and experienced welcome, meets weekly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Backgammon Club — new players welcome, meets 1st and 3rd Tue., 6:30 p.m., Fox & Hound, 302 Bullet Ln, louisvillebackgammon.com.
Louisville Women’s Rugby Club — no experience necessary, ages 18+, practices M & W, 6:30 p.m., Seneca Park. 587-8429.
Polar Bear Runs — join Fred Gewein & others at Clarksville High School track Tue. evenings, up-tempo workouts, 7:30 p.m., free, (812) 283-5313.
Open Gym — St. Joseph Catholic Church host two weekly open gyms, basketball: Mon., 8-10 p.m.; volleyball: Fri., 6-10 p.m., 1420 E. Washington St., 583-7401.
Blackacre Nature Preserve — tour & hike, open Sun. 1-5 p.m., 3200 Tucker Station Rd., 266-9802.
Chess — players meet Tue., 6 p.m., Barnes & Noble, 801 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy., 426-0255.
UofL Fencing Club —meets every Mon, 7-8:30 p.m., Student Athletic Center, 244-8966.
Football — join weekly/bi-weekly games (two-hand touch) at local parks, email@example.com.
Louisville Footy Club — meets every Wed at Seneca Park, 418-2590.
SCUBA-Kyana Underwater Explorers Society — meets at Corner Café, 9307 New Lagrange Rd., first Wed., 7 p.m., 594-3900.
Falls of the Ohio State Park — programs for all ages, 280-9970.
Man to Man — support group for men with prostate cancer, local chapter meets monthly, www.cancer.org.
Home Schooling Support Group — offer support for home-schooled youth and adults in the areas of creative writing, humanities, local history, poetry, public speaking and more, One Room Schoolhouse, Mellwood Art Center, http://theoneroomschoolhouse.net.
Hepatitis C Support Group — meets second Tue., 6:30-8 p.m., Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, 4936 Brownsboro Rd., 419-0608.
Smokers Anonymous — “Hope for Smokers,” meets 7 p.m. every Friday, Token III Club, 4014 Dutchmans Ln., 451-3495.
Women’s Advocacy & Support Group — have you been hacked, cyber-stalked, harassed online or emotionally abused? 415-2369.
Epilepsy Adult Support Group —offers support & resources, meets 4th Tue., 7:30-9 p.m., Baptist Hospital East, Education Room, 584-8817.
Louisville Bar Association —presents Call-A-Lawyer, call and speak anonymously with a volunteer attorney, third Tue. of month, 6-8 p.m., 583-1801.
Chance’s Spot —Pet Loss Support Group, meets second Tue. of month, 6:30-7:30 p.m., free, Faithful Companions Pet Cremation Services, 812-207-8634.
Food Addicts Anonymous — 12-step program for those suffering with food addiction, no fees, (859) 321-4891 or www.foodaddictsanonymous.org.
Narconon Arrowhead —offers treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, 800-468-6933, www.stopaddiction.com.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance —meets every Tue. at 7:30 p.m., friends & family support group meets at same time, St. Paul’s Methodist Church, room 110, www.dbsalouisville.org.
Compassionate Friends — to assist families dealing w/ grief following the death of child, fourth Thu., 2nd floor of Krogers, 2440 Bardstown Rd, 492-1554.
Advanced Breast Cancer Patients — Healing Choices group to offer support, info, encouragement & comfort, Baptist Hospital East, 897-8131.
Alzheimer’s Support Group — an exchange of hopes for family members and caregivers, Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., 7823 Old State Rd, Sellersburg, Ind., (812) 246-4272.
12-Step Recovery — Gam-Anon meeting, for friends and family of someone with a gambling problem, every Mon., 7-8:30 p.m., Living Stone Church, 12610 Taylorsville Rd., 1-866-644-5171.
Recovery Incorporated of KY — support group for the struggling, stressed and depressed, RIK Clubhouse, 2022 Bonnycastle Ave., 458-8016.
Kidney Disease Group — “Krazy for Kidneys”meets second Thu./month, 8 p.m., New Albany Public Library, 180 W. Spring St., New Albany, IN, (812) 945-4596.
Alcoholics Anonymous — purpose to stay sober and help others achieve sobriety, 582-1849 or www.louisvilleaa.org.
Bridges Center — 2120 Newburg Rd., Suite 200, holds grief support classes for children, teens and adults, 888-345-8197.
Psoriasis Support Group — second Tue., 6:30-8 p.m., Norton Audubon Hospital, 1 Audubon Pl., 583-7546.
Transgendered Person — support groupoffered by Sienna, a non-profit org., page 894-1048.
Gay Men’s Support Group — first and third Thu., 7 p.m., Metropolitan Community Church, 1432 Highland Ave., GMSG_Louisville@live.com.
Diabetes Support Group — second Thu., 9:30-11 a.m., Park DuValle Community Health Center, 3015 Wilson, free.
Al-Anon — for families & friends of alcoholics. Sundays, 8:15 p.m., St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 2822 Frankfort Ave., 458-1234.
Cystic Fibrosis Mother’s Support Group — Steel Magnolias, a support network for mothers of children with cystic fibrosis, www.steelmagnolias.org.
Sickle-Cell Anemia — support group, fourth Sat., 1 p.m., 2600 Muhammad Ali Blvd., 776-8184.
SCASG (Sickle Cell Anemia Support Group) — for sickle cell patients and families, meets 3rd Sat., 1-2:30 p.m., St. Stephen Church, 1018 S.15th St., 583-6798 ext. 6782.
Motherless women and girls — did your mother die before you turned 25? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a multimedia project about motherless women, 891-0434.
SCAK (Sickle Cell Association of Kentuckiana) — non-profit organization for sickle cell patients of all ages and families, meets bi-monthly, 569-2070.
Friend for Life Cancer Support Group — emotional support to those recently diagnosed with cancer, free, 893-0643.
Honda S2000 Club — meets first Sun., 7 p.m., 12901 Shelbyville Road, S2KCA.com.
Rotaract Club of Greater Louisville — service club for young professionals ages 18-30, meets first Tue., 5:30 p.m., www.louisvillerotaract.org.
Syzygy Open Mic — presents Music, Poetry and Comedy Open Mic, every Thu., 7 p.m., Perkfection Cafe, 359 Spring St., Jeffersonville, free, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collaboratory — live music, poetry, graphic arts, collaborative and spontaneous multi-media jams,free, all ages, last Sat./month, 7:30 p.m., James Lees Presbyterian Church, 1741 Frankfort Ave., 896-0172.
Kentuckianaart.com — online community/directory looking for links to artists and galleries in the local art community, email@example.com.
Louisville Artists — join “Louisville Art Talk” forum on Louisville art-related topics, www.groups.yahoo.com/group/louisvillearttalk.
Access to the Arts Inc.— an arts and disability advocacy organization, making arts accessible to people with disabilities, www.accesstothearts.org.
Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) — non-profit, international organization devoted to interest in UFOs, 637-8089 or MUFON.com.
International Business Happy Hour — first Tue. of month, Bluegrass Brewing Co., 6-8 p.m., free, for International business “types” and others interested in travel and cultures of other countries, 2939 Shelbyville Rd., JonCates@aol.com.
Falls of the Ohio Archaeological Society — open to Kentucky and Indiana professionals, students, amateurs and interested public, meets the second Sat., 2-4 p.m., Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center, 201 W. Riverside Dr., Clarksville, 592-2355.
Wonderful Animals Giving Support (WAGS) — volunteer organization offering animal-assisted activities and therapy, meets 2nd Sat. of each month, Anchorage Presbyterian Church, 11403 Park Rd, 562-9247, www.kywags.org.
Knitwits — learn to knit/crochet, classes forming, 494-2066.
Knit Nook — “learn to knit and crochet” classes, 1140 Bardstown Rd., 452-1919.
Louisville Scooter Group — for scooter owners in Kentuckiana, meets Tue., 6 p.m., various locations, www.louisvillescooter.org.
Louisville Peak Oil Group — sustainable and sensible energy alternatives, meets second Sat., 9-11 a.m., Louisville Free Public Library, 301 York St., 425-6645.
Louisville Nimble Thimbles — guild dedicated to quiltmaking, meets first Thu. of month, 6:30 p.m., and third Thu. of month, 10 a.m., Jeffersontown Community Center, 10619 Taylorsville Rd.
Diverse, open-minded Christian singles — ages 35-55, meet 10 a.m. Sun. and once monthly to connect spiritually/socially, Middletown Christian Church, 245-9793.
KyAna Woodcrafters Club — meets first Thu. of month, 7:30 p.m., $24 annual dues, Walden School, 4238 Westport Rd., firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golf Fore Singles — group for single professionals interested in playing golf in scramble format and networking, membership fee $45, age and skill levels vary, 458-3574 or golfforesingles.com.
Green Drinks — informal, self-organizing network that is now active in 200+ cities, meets second Wed. of month, 6 p.m., Outlook Inn, 916 Baxter Ave., www.greendrinks.org.
Astrological Society of KY — meets monthly, second Fri. of month, 7:30 p.m., Bon Air Library, 2816 Del Rio Pl., 426-8902.
Growing Louisville Green — join the movement, be the solution, monthly meetings www.growinglouisvillegreen.com
Women Who Write — welcomes women writers, meets first Thu. of month, Highland-Shelby Park Library, Mid-City Mall, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 451-7941 or www.womenwhowrite.com.
Louisville OLPC XO User Group — sharing tips and how-to on the One Laptop Per Child XO computer, 387-9673.
Wilderness Road Writers’ Group —meets third Mon., 6:30-8:30 p.m., Okolona Library (Preston Hwy.), all writers welcome, 966-2327.
The Vault — new sci-fi writer’s group, 7 p.m. first Wed., Starbucks, 101 N. Hurstbourne Ln., bring a short story or novel chapter, www.vault.oseland.net.
Mystery Book Discussion Group — meets the second Wed. of the month, New Albany-Floyd County Public Library, Ind., 949-3523.
Science Fiction/Fantasy Readers Group — meets 7 p.m., fourth Mon. of the month, Barnes and Noble, 801 S. Hurstbourne, http://scifi.meetup.com/32/.
Socrates Café — philosophical discussions Tue. nights, 7-9 p.m., Perkfection Cafe, 359 Spring St. in Jeffersonville. 812-218-0611.
Life Makeover Book Club — based on Cheryl Richardson’s books, monthly, 561-4451.
Dance Project — community-oriented, all ages, smokefree, alcohol-free dance party for people who love to dance but hate bars, in planning stages, 589-8088.
A Fresh Approach — rediscover regional food traditions, pleasures of the table, quality of food, meets second Thu., 6:30 p.m., afreshapproach.blogspot.com.
Fourth Avenue Coffee House Group —offering music, discussion, conversation and fellowship, every 3rd Thu., 6:30-8:30 p.m., 4th Ave. United Methodist Church, 4th and St. Catherine, 585-2176 or www.fourthavenue.us.
Luther’s Writings Study Group — meet at Concordia Lutheran Church, 1127 E. Broadway, second Thu., 7:30 p.m., 585-4459.
Jurisdictionary Club of Louisville — now forming, www.tjcl.info.
Homeopathic Study Group — discussion of alternative health, fourth Tue. of month, 9700 Park Plaza Ave., 439-5767.
Jurisdictionary Club of Louisville — free legal education programs, third Sun., 7 p.m., Shoney’s Restaurant, 6511 Signature Dr.
Comic Book Creators Forum — learn the art and craft and join fellowship, Sun, 2-4 p.m., Main Library, 301 York St., approbationcomics.com.
Louisville Euchre Club — plays every Wed., 7 p.m., Starbase Q, 921 W. Main St., 284-4151.
North Oldham Seniors — meet every Thu., 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Grace & Glory Lutheran Church, 11952 W. US Highway 42, 228-0650.
Derby Parrot Heads — a social club that assists in community/environmental concerns and celebrates Jimmy Buffet, meets bi-monthly, (812) 981-7047.
Drum Circle — join us on the third Tuesday of every month, 7-9 p.m., Widdershins, 712 Lyndon, Ln, 339-7388.
Kentuckiana Radio Addicts — discuss old-time radio; meets 3rd Mon. of month (except Feb. 26), 6:30 p.m., free, Crescent Hill Public Library (meeting room), 762 Frankfort Ave., 582-4362.
Louisville SALSA Group — free, http://salsa.meetup.com/239/ or 419-4926.
J’Accuse — learn about your due process rights, monthly meetings, 500-8161.
CyberSeniors — computer club geared to beginning/intermediate users, meets second Sat., 10-noon, Ivy Tech State College, Sellersburg, Ind., http://cyberseniors.home.insightbb.com.
Painting and Printmaking — artists welcome to monthly critique group, every third Thu., Bon Air Library, 6 p.m., e-mail Nancy at Muttmaw@bellsouth.net.
NAACP — monthly meeting, third Mon., 7 p.m., NAACP Branch Office, 1245 Catalpa Ct., 776-7608.
Kentucky Real Estate Exchangers (KREE) — meets first and third Thu., 9 a.m., GLAR, 6300 Dutchmans Ln., 797-8828.
Conversation Café — open, hosted conversation on issues of importance, Wed., 7-8:30 p.m., upstairs at City Cafe, 1250 Bardstown Rd., 560-0085.
Belegarth Medieval Combat Society — Medieval-style combat w/ foam weapons, meets Sun., 2 p.m., Frisbee Field (Cherokee Park), ages 13+, 303-1782 or www.belegarth.com.
Boys Are Smelly Club — recently divorced women, 742-8090 or www.theboysaresmellyclub.com.
Louisville Sci-Fi Club, NOTA — meets third Sat., 2-4:45 p.m., Bon Air Regional Library, 2816 Del Rio Pl., www.xanga.com/nota_sf_club.
Greater Louisville Sierra Club — meets third Tue., 7 p.m., Clifton Center, louisville.sierraclub.org.
Board Game Monday — at Hob Knobb Coffee Bar, free, bring games, 3700 Paoli Pike, Floyds Knobs, Ind., (812) 923-1458.
Irish Society of Kentuckiana — promote Irish heritage, culture, friendship, meet first Tue. of month, 7:30 p.m., Commonwealth Bank, N Hubbards Ln, 635-0234.
German Conversation Group — meets every Tue., 7 p.m., Derby City Espresso, 331 E. Market St., 442-0523.
Italian Conversation Group — every Wed., 7 p.m., Derby City Espresso, 331 E. Market St., 442-0523.
Knob & Valley Audubon Society — meets second Thu. of month, 7 p.m., Endris Lodge, Lapping Park, Clarksville, IN, 893-5172.
Women In Networking (W.I.N.) — meets second Wed., luncheon meeting for women who own or represent small business, 11:15-1 p.m., Breckinridge Inn, $11, 329-2088.
Drinking Liberally-Louisville — Thu., 7 p.m., Bluegrass Brewing Co., 3929 Shelbyville, Rd., social/political group for liberals to meet and network, email@example.com.
Drinking Liberally-New Albany — social/political group for liberals to meet and network, Thu., 7 p.m., Rich O’s, 3312 Plaza Dr., New Albany, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kent Society Homeopathy Study Group — meets 4th Tue., 7 p.m., lively discussion, book & movie review, Snelling Holistic Health Center, 9700 Park Plaza Ave., 426-2033.
KYANA Woodcrafter’s Club — first Thurs., 7:30 p.m., Walden School, 4238 Westport Rd., 499-1388.
Louisville Poet’s Guild — meets Saturdays 12-2 p.m., Main Library, 3rd & York, upstairs in board room. 285-0927.
Women’s Potluck and Performance Night — meets once a month for evening of art & vegetarian food. www.geocities.com/potluckwoman/.
Louisville Ghost Hunters Society — monthly meetings first Tue., 7 p.m., Gattiland, 4200 Outer Loop, free, www.louisvilleghs.com.
Windows Mobile Louisville — meets fourth Tue., Peak 10 Data Center, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 396-3514 or www.WindowsMobileLouisville.com.
Dream Study Group — Wed., 7 p.m., Unity of Louisville, 757 S. Brook St., 270-
“Midlife Matters” — free class on incontinence, “Dispelling myths about urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse,” Nov. 12, 7-9 p.m., free, Norton Suburban Medical Plaza, 4121 Dutchmans Ln., 899-6300.
Circle of Hearts — free series from Norton Women’s Heart Center on educating women about heart disease, third Thu. of month, 6 p.m., Norton Audubon Hospital, One Audubon Plaza Dr., 629-1234.
Jewish Family & Vocational Service —holds four-session workshop for caregivers of individuals with Parkinson’s, every Wed., 11 a.m.-12 p.m., 452-6341.
Baptist East Hospital — hosts workshops and lectures on health topics, 897-8343.
American Red Cross — needs blood donors ages 17 and over. 800-GIVE-LIFE to schedule an appointment and help reduce blood shortage, 574-7000.
Medical Qigong — Tue. at 1 & 6 p.m., 1804 Vine Crest Suite #1 off Lyndon, 594-4554.
Living Well Workshops — manage diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart or lung disease, pain, asthma, depression, other ongoing health conditions. Workshops meet once a week for six weeks; access to free 8-week guest membership at YMCA. 852-1804.
Health Department — Tuberculosis skin testing, Mon., Tue., Wed., Fri., various locations, 574-6525.
Red Cross — various health and safety classes, Clark County Chapter, 1805 E. Eighth St., Jeffersonville, (812) 283-8416.
Baptist Hospital East — many classes, such as Wellness 55 health-related talks, classes for expectant mothers and groups for those with prostate/breast cancer, 897-8131.
Norton Healthcare — classes thru the month, free, various locations, 899-6960.
Volunteer Tour Guides — needed for Speed Art Museum for docent recruiting class, Mondays, thru Dec. 8, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 2035 S. Third St., www.speedmuseum.org.
MERF — Musicians Emergency Resource Foundation needs volunteers, 244-4790.
Louisville Visual Art Assoc. — seeking volunteers, 896-2146 or email@example.com.
Thomas Edison House — seeking volunteers to conduct tours, no experience necessary, 585-5247.
Salvation Army — needs gently used home and office furniture and household furnishings, 935-7450.
Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau — seeking volunteers of all ages for a convention greeter, make new friends while promoting the city you love, 379-6109 or www.louisvillevolunteer.com.
Trail LLC —seeking volunteers to assist with horse lessons, must enjoy working with special-needs children/adults, 876-7844.
Kentucky Humane Society — S.N.I.P. Clinic seeking volunteers in fun, fast-paced environment, skills include basic computer and customer service skills, 636-3355.
Habitat for Humanity — seeks volunteers to be family advocates for future Habitat homeowners, volunteers also needed for office support, 637-6265 x 34.
Food Literacy Project — volunteers needed to facilitate hands-on activities with school groups on a local vegetable farm, 413-5989 or www.foodliteracyproject.org.
AARP Tax-Aide —needs volunteers to prepare income returns for seniors and low income persons, receptionist also needed, 394-3443.
Arcadia Community Center —seeking committed volunteer with experience/strong interest in computer animation and video production for 4 hours/week, 375-1819.
Bunbury Theatre — seeks volunteers to help with behind-the-scenes operations (greeters, ushers, house managers, box-office staff), no previous experience is necessary, Training will be provided 585-5306.
Teach Computer Skills — volunteers needed at Dosker Manor to assist elderly/disabled people, two hours/week, 411 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., 587-8673, ext. 247.
Another Life Foundation — seeks volunteers in recovery from mental illness to help mentor others battling depression/suicidal behaviors, (888) 543-3480 or www.anotherlifefoundation.org.
Crisis and Information Center — needs volunteers to provide telephone counseling and resource referral information to callers, 589-8615.
Historic Whitehall — looking for volunteers to give tours of house museum, 897-2944, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Main St. Assoc. Visitor Center — volunteers needed to share the excitement of Historic West Main Street, hand out tourist info, answer questions, etc., 568-2220.
KIPDA — Long Term Care Ombudsman Program non-profit organization recruiting volunteers to go out into nursing homes to check on residents, 2911 S. Fourth St., 637-9786.
Creative Diversity Studio — volunteers needed to assist adults and children with disabilities in various art activities, Mellwood Art Center, 212-9474.
Harbor House of Louisville — volunteers needed to assist in their bulk mailing operations, walk-in Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m., 2231 Hunters Trace Rd, 719-0072 ext 29.
St. John’s Day Center — for homeless men needs volunteers to work 2-3 hour shifts, 700 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., 568-6758.
American Cancer Society — needs volunteers to drive cancer patients to and from treatments, 560-6035.
Blackacre Nature Preserve — needs helping hands to work in gardens, remove invasive plants or as a docent in historic farmhouse, 3200 Tucker Station Rd., 266-9802.
Salvation Army Center of Hope — donate cleaning supplies, 831 S. Brook St., 671-4918.
The Little Loomhouse — seeking volunteers with grant-writing experience to repair historic cabins and preserve Lou Tate’s archive of coverlet patterns, 367-4792.
Learning Disabilities Assoc. of KY — volunteers needed for general office work, special events and tutoring, 2210 Goldsmith Ln #118, 473-1256.
Winners on Wheels — looking for kid-friendly, hard-working, fun-loving volunteers for scouting program for kids with disabilities, 291-7090 or email@example.com.
Immigrant and Refugee Center — seeking volunteers to work with Louisville’s international community, 366-7813.
Woodstock Animal Foundation — needs volunteers for a “no kill” animal shelter, to walk and feed dogs, 321-6434 or www.woodstockaf.org.
Klein Family Learning Center — needs volunteers to work w/ Spanish-speaking adults learning English on backstretch of Churchill Downs, afternoon/evening opportunities available, 636-4400 ext. 1231.
Mellwood Art Center — needs volunteers to answer phones, give tours and perform office duties, weekday hours, 895-3650.
Chance’s Spot Pet Loss — needs creative and compassionate people to help with fundraising, support groups, more, 949-1209, www.chancesspot.org
Wesley House Community Services — seeks past employees and volunteers for reunion, 583-8317.
Ursuline Sisters of Louisville — needs “nearly new” wheelchairs for residents, also looking for volunteers, 896-3924.
Y-NOW, mentoring part of YMCA Safe Place Services — needs mentors to work w/ children of incarcerated parents, 635-4394.
Adelante Hispanic Achievers — seeks volunteers for mentoring program for middle school Hispanic students, 494-0353.
Catholic Charities’ Migration & Refugee Services — seeks volunteers to assist from noon-3 p.m. on Mon., Wed. and Thu., help needed with children and English language teaching, activities include reading, games, singing, art, 2911 S. Fourth St., 636-9263 ext. 145.
Green Hill Therapy — non-profit that provides physical, occupational, speech and horse riding therapy for special needs children, needs volunteers to help with leading our horses during session and misc. barn and office work, 244-8011 or www.greenhilltherapy.org.
Louisville Arts Council — seeks volunteers for the arts, 585-9525, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Therapeutic Riding Association — seeks volunteers to assist with riding lessons for special needs children, 876-7844.
World Affairs Council — needs volunteers, an opportunity to work on U.S. government programs, meet VIPs and participate in community outreach initiatives, 561-5422.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters —looking for 100 volunteers for 100 little brothers and sisters, 587-0494.
Family Friends — seeks adults (55+) to serve as a mentor/friend of family to children in the community with special needs, 584-1239.
St. John Center for the Homeless — needs volunteers willing to give their time to help serve the homeless. 568-6758.
Farmington Historic Home — seeking docents and garden volunteers, 452-9920.
AFS-USA — needs families to host foreign students and faculty in this area, afs.org/usa.
Harbour House — needs helping hands to assist in bulk mailing operations. 719-0072 x19.
Project Warm — trains volunteers year-round to make simple energy improvements in the homes of low-income households. To volunteer: 636-9276 or projectwarm.org.
KY Humane Society — depends on volunteers, training second Tue., 5:30 p.m., KHS campus, 241 Steedly Dr., 366-3355.
Airport Ambassador Program — needs goodwill ambassadors to greet travelers, 380-8224.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) — recruiting volunteers (21+) to advocate for abused and neglected children in family court system, 595-4911.
Brooklawn Child & Family Services — seeks adult volunteers to serve as mentors to children ages 6-17, 515-0474.
Habitat for Hounds — needs doghouses, 585-3220.