MONDAY, Nov. 1
Christmas Ale Release and Community Yoga
West Sixth NuLu
No cover | 6-7 p.m.
West Sixth is holding its usual Monday, donation-based yoga class. Plus, the brewery will be releasing its Christmas Ale, which you can drink there or take home in a six-pack.
Highlands Tap Room
No cover | 10 p.m.
A free metal show every Monday. This week, hear from two black metal bands Crown Ov Serpents (Louisville) and Bihargam (Bowling Green).
TUESDAY, Nov. 2
Fight the Food Fight Mobile Tour
Vinaigrette Salad Kitchen
Free | 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
AppHarvest is bringing its mobile tour to Louisville on Tuesday. You can learn about the massive indoor greenhouse in Kentucky and, for a price, go home with a jar of USA-made salsa and merch. While you’re there, check out the Vinaigrette Salad Kitchen, a new Louisville restaurant from the owners of Orange Leaf.
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 3
Old Louisville Brewery
No cover | 5-10 p.m.
Wizards of Louisville are invited to Old Louisville Brewery for a magical hang out and drink specials.
Make & Take: Fall Woodcut Sign
South Central Regional Library
Free | 6-7 p.m.
Learn how to deciding a woodcut sign with South Central Library’s Glowforge laser cutter. You must register by emailing [email protected] or calling 964-3513. This workshop is for anyone 13 or older.
Signature 1: Bold Statements
Cralle Theatre, Bellarmine University
Free | 7:30 p.m.
The Louisville Civic Orchestra kicks off its 106th season with “Brahms Symphony No. 1,” Joan Tower’s “Made in America” and Mozart’s “Bassoon Concerto” played by “featured guest artist Francisco Joubert of the Louisville Orchestra.” Masks are required to watch.
THURSDAY, Nov. 4
Axons, Dendrites and Celestial Bodies: New Works by Amber Thieneman
FifteenTWELVE Creative Compound
No cover | 6-9 p.m.
Amber Thieneman of Fool’s Ghost debuts a new selection of her art at this gallery opening reception. Her work will be on display through Nov. 30.
Ladies Night with Robbie Bartlett
CC’s Low Carb Kitchen
No cover | 6 p.m.
An intimate evening with Robbie Bartlett, who has been performing R&B and jazz in Louisville nightclubs since 1982. Reservations are strongly encouraged. To sit inside, guests must provide proof of vaccination or evidence of a negative COVID test administered within 48 hours of their visit.
FRIDAY, Nov. 5
Fall Harvest Hayride
Lapping Memorial Park, Clarksville, Indiana
Donation of one canned good | 6-8:30 p.m.
Come to Clarksville for a hay ride around the town’s Lapping Park. There will be a campfire (with singing!) and a Silly Safari animal show. Admission is one canned good per person, to be donated to a local food bank, although there will also be s’mores kits available for purchase.
Late for Dinner: Tristen Brooke and Molly’s Midnight Villains
$5 | 9 p.m.
Art Sanctuary opens its doors for another Friday local music show, this one featuring Tristen Brooke (a four-piece mix of classical, funk, rock and earthy soul) and Molly’s Midnight Villains (acoustic guitar duo).
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