5 Things To Do This Weekend In Louisville (9/24)

FRIDAY, Sept. 24

Hops & Hounds
Louisville Slugger Field
Prices vary  |  7 p.m.
Slugger Field will be bursting with dogs of all kinds and eight breweries tonight. If you pay for a $26 Hops & Hounds ticket, you’ll receive a limited edition souvenir mug to fill with your choice of three, 12-ounce craft beers. You can also bring your pup for the price of $3, although everyone will have their fill of dog-watching. The featured breweries are: Gravely Brewing Co., Atrium Brewing, Falls City Beer, West Sixth Brewing, Against the Grain, Miller Brewing Co., Goodwood Brewing and Hi-Wire Brewing.

SATURDAY, Sept. 25

Fall Schnitzelburg Walk
Schnitzelburg neighborhood
Free  |  All day
One of the city’s best bar crawls/street parties, the Schnitzelburg Fall Walk is back. Spearheaded by Check’s Cafe, this year’s Fall Walk features bands, pop-up beer gardens, The Flea Off Market and even the reopening of a beloved burger spot. The market starts at 11 a.m. outside of Monnik Beer Company. The official walk begins at 5 p.m., and the majority of Hickory Street will be shut down, with music starting outside Monnik at 6 p.m.. Area bars get to decide if they want to participate and at what capacity. You’ll be able to find parties at theMerryWeather, Pop’s Place Bar & Grill and All Wood & A Yard Wide Democratic Club. Six Forks Burger Co. is also hosting a grand reopening from 11a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Drag Jeoparty
Logan Street Market
$5  |  6-9 p.m.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” queen Jaidynn Diore Fierce hosts a game of Drag Jeopardy, played by representatives from Louisville LGBTQ+ groups. Not all the questions are knowledge based; there will be a category where they’ll have to lip sync for their points. The winner receives $250 for their charity, and all proceeds at the door go to the Louisville Youth Group. 

Creepy Cruise-In VI Goes To The Dogs
Georgetown Drive-In, Georgetown, Indiana
Prices vary (cash-only)  |  8:15 p.m.
For the last show of the season, the Georgetown Drive-In is going all out for a creepy good time.  The outdoor theater is showing classic horror movies for the adults (“Christine,” “Pet Semetary” and “A Nightmare on Elm Street), and “Scooby-Doo 2” and “Paw Patrol The Movie” for the kids. Hence the name, it’s also dog night and classic car cruise-in night. You can dress up both for Halloween to win a contest. The first 100 classic cars will receive a free dash plaque, but it is $2 extra to bring your dog, although proceeds will go to the New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter. You can also play Fright Fetch for a chance to win prizes, including a vintage Terminator 2 arcade cabinet. And Uncle Jesse’s chili will be for sale, as well as brats, ribeye steak sandwiches and classic Coca-Cola in vintage glass bottles. 

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SUNDAY, Sept. 26

Fall Antiques Market
Locust Grove
$8 (free for children 6 and under)  |  10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Dozens of antique dealers will be selling their wares on Locust Grove’s campus. You’ll find furniture, textiles, jewelry, silver and decorative arts.

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