5 Things To Do This Weekend In Louisville (2/12)

SATURDAY, Feb. 13

Drag Queen Storytime
Online
$5  |  Noon-4 p.m.
Engage your kids with this virtual Drag Queen Storytime. This particular event will teach your children about Black History Month.

Galentine’s Day Yoga & Wine
Zentensity
$15  |  1:30-2:30 p.m.
Bring a friend for a beginners yoga class — and wine — at this Jeffersonville studio.

Valentine Vintage Pop-up
Mile Wide Beer Co.
No cover  |  3-7 p.m.
A new store, Germantown Vintage Collective, will be selling their “hot finds” outside Mile Wide Beer Co. this weekend. Pop in, grab a pint and browse the selection. 

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All Together Now
Online
Free (donations accepted)  |  7 p.m.
How about a Louisville concert for the ages to help us through the second COVID winter? Otis Junior hosts a lineup of amazing performers, crossing multiple genres, which organizers Kentucky Performing Arts and 91.9 WFPK say, “[Will create] a musical time capsule reflecting perseverance, love, justice, peace and togetherness. Themes that define our present, while giving us the creative inspiration to build a better future.” Performances were recorded at Old Forester’s Paristown Hall and include: Bluegrass musician Aaron Bibelhauser paired up with 10-time Fiddler of the Year Award winner Michael Cleveland (who is blind and partially deaf); cellist, composer Ben Sollee teamed up with Louisville’s Zaniah; Carly Johnson and Scott T. Smith; Kiana Del and Otis Junior; Maestro J and Phillip Hancock. And, if you want to make a dinner and show of it, Wiltshire Pantry is offering a special dinner, donating 10% of its sales to KPA, which you can order online. Reservations are free, but close at 3 p.m. on Saturday. The show will be available for streaming until Feb. 21 at 11 p.m.

SUNDAY, Feb. 14

LOVE by Dwiznasty
NoraeBar
$10  |  5-10 p.m.
Destiny Mbachu (Dwiznasty) has curated a gallery evening featuring five Black local artists; food; drinks; and a self-love photoshoot.

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