5 Things To Do In Louisville This Weekend (11/5)

FRIDAY, Nov. 5

Rotting Rampage Laser Tag Event
$25  |  7 p.m.-midnight
What do you do with a haunted house the weekend after Halloween? Turn it into a laser tag arena, of course. In this one-of-a-kind laser tag experience, you and a team of four players “must walk the halls of the Bracken-Hart institute taking down the Fleshlumpkin creatures that threaten to implant you with your very own parasite.” Reserve your spot for Friday and Saturday.


2021 Christmas Open House
Wakefield-Scearce Galleries, Shelbyville, Kentucky
No cover  |  10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Every holiday season, the Wakefield-Scearce Galleries decorates each of its 20+ rooms to a certain theme. You can wander through this 1900s school turned antique shop to get ideas for holiday decorating or simply to enjoy the festive atmosphere. There’s also a restaurant on the grounds, which you can book for lunch.

Basic B Fall Brunch
The Hub
No cover  |  11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Embrace your inner basic bitch with a fall brunch at The Hub. There will be $3 apple cider mimosas, pumpkin spice espresso martinis, tarot readings from Wicked Smart and a specialty food menu. You can book a spot for Saturday or Sunday brunch.

The Unfurling Desire
Art Sanctuary
$15  |  9:30 p.m.
Experience all kinds of art on Saturday: danceable music from DJs Mad Moon Vibe, Lady Carol and John Penn Browning; aerialists from Va Va Vixens and Suspend; and interactive art from Laura Bernethia, Robert Major and Erika Margaret of Interstice. Costumes are encouraged.

SUNDAY, Nov. 7

Panda-Monium Panda Party
Kentucky Science Center
Free (if you subscribe)  |  10 a.m.
Panda-monium takes over the Kentucky Science Center with a day of activities themed after the beloved bear. Dress in black and white to enjoy panda giveaways and a showing of “Panda 3D” on the Kentucky Science Center’s four-story screen. All you need to do to get in for free is to subscribe to My Big Little Adventure, which provides activities and resources to children ages 0-5 and their caregivers.

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