10 Things To Do In Louisville This Week For $5 And Under (4/18-4/22)


420 Community Cannabis Jamboree
Steel & Leaf
Free  |  4-7 p.m.
We can’t light up blunts en masse in Louisville yet, but we can ignite awareness. This 4/20 event is all about cannabis advocacy and education and will feature  live music, free food, chalk art, local vendors, prize raffles and games as well as a Community Outreach Spotlight Hour, highlighting local nonprofits.

Poetry Is Performance
Goodwood Taproom
No cover  |  7-8:30 p.m.
Poetry is more than words. This “unique multimedia experience” features live music and poetry together, with performances from Eric Shoemaker, Steve Cambron, Selene Phillips and Carroll “Teaberry” Grossman. Live music will follow from Emily Ravenscraft.

Mambo Nights
Play Louisville
$5  |  7-11 p.m.
Learn to salsa at Play. There will be classes for beginner and intermediate dancers. DJ Dr. G’s tunes will also guide you.

Emo Bingo + Karaoke
No cover  |  7 p.m.-midnight
Louisville’s got a thirst for emo. After throwing one themed bingo night, NoraeBar is bringing the event on as a regular programming feature. There will be emo videos playing on the screen, trivia, raffles and more. Afterward, the emo karaoke party starts, with DJ Spring Break as the conduit for your nostalgia.

Dungeon: A Stand-Up Roleplaying Game
Planet of the Tapes
Free  |  8 p.m.
Comedians have taken over the Dungeons & Dragons role playing table. Some of them may not what they’re doing, others don’t. You’ll enjoy watching their adventure regardless. 

Booze Your Own Adventure!!!
Mag Bar
No cover  |  9 p.m.
Sid the Storymaster guides you and the rest of the patrons of Mag Bar through an adrenaline-packed Choose Your Own Adventure book. This month, you’re a research member of the Zondo Quest Group and your mission is to fight the Evil Power Master.. who may have just created an alliance with the Ant People. But are they a match for a bar-full of strangers?

June’s 420 POTT Show
Planet of the Tapes
$5  |  10-9:30 p.m.
After D&D, Planet of the Tapes is hosting a late-night 4/20 comedy show with local performers June Dempsey, Mandee McKelvey and Dan Alten.

THURSDAY, April 21

Connecting with Nature: Cyanotypes & Mandalas
South Central Regional Library
Free  |  5-6:30 p.m.
Use plant materials to create cyanotypes and nature mandalas. COLLIDER artist-in-residence Tatiana Rathke will be your guide.

FRIDAY, April 22

Earth Day Trivia
Broad Run Park
Free  |  5-9 p.m.
You live on this Earth but how much do you know about it? Gather your nature nerds to form a trivia team of two to six. There will also be beer from Ten20 Craft Brewery and local food trucks. Order a Woodland Gardens IPA and $1 will go to The Parklands.

The Fox Den Grand Opening Show
The Fox Den
No cover  |  9 p.m.
The Fox Den, Louisville’s new live music venue and billiards hall (replacing Diamond Pub) opens this Friday. The renovated restaurant and pool tables will be open, and there will also be music on the venue’s stage and deck, featuring performances from Throwback Thursday, Kevin Cummings and Lauren Eid.

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