10 Things Under $10 To Do In Louisville This Week (3/13-3/17)

Mar 13, 2023 at 6:14 pm
Cute dog with green hat near color wall. St. Patrick's Day celebration
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Metal Monday Highlands Taproom Free | 9 p.m.

Free sludge metal from Louisville’s own Shi - ? and Lexington’s CROP.


Drag Is Not A Crime: A Community Town Hall Art Sanctuary Free | Q&A at 6:30 p.m., drag show at 9 p.m.

Learn about the anti-drag bill making its way through the Kentucky legislature, then watch a free drag show.

IRISH DOG Takeover PG&J’s Dog Park Bar Free | 5-8 p.m., group photo at 7 p.m.

If your dog is one of five breeds that originate in Ireland (or mixed with any of them), this is their night! (Of course, all other dogs are welcome.) Celtic Pig’s food truck will also be on-site.


Mayor’s Night Out Northeast Family YMCA (9400 Mill Brook Rd.) Free | 5:30-7:30

Meet Mayor Greenberg and representatives from two dozen government agencies at this free community event.


“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” Trivia Louisville Comedy Club Free, reservations required | 7 p.m.

The event listing already took the best IASIP references before I could, so I’m just gonna link to that description. (Lazily benefiting from someone else’s work: It’s what the “Sunny” gang would want.)

Pirate St. Paddy's Party with Brave the Sea and Drunk & Sailor The Grain Haus (41 W. 1st St., New Albany, IN) Free | 8 p.m.

Speaking of pop culture references: If nautical nonsense be something you wish, drop into the Grain Haus for a night of both pirate music and punk music. Yarrrr.


St.PAWtricks Day at Club K9 Club K9 Dog Bar Free for humans, prices vary for dogs | 6:30-9:30

Green drinks, dogs decked out in their sham-rockin’ best, a food truck, swag raffles, and other Irish-themed revelry. (One could argue that this one’s cheating by the rules of 10 Things — a day pass for a dog costs $10.75, but there are also monthly and yearly passes. Vaccination records (for dogs) are required.)

MOVIE: Hidden Figures Kentucky Science Center Free | 7-9 p.m.

This movie tells the story of three Black women (Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson) who worked at NASA and played key roles in launching John Glenn into orbit.

OHLM + PRAYER LINE Planet of the Tapes $10 | 8 p.m.

A show from locals Ohlm (instrumental “dark-prog”) and Prayer Line (“loud music about scary shit.”)

The Kentuckiana Cluster of Dog Shows Kentucky Expo Center $5-$10 (first responders free with ID) | 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Y’know how it’s fun to watch the National Dog Show on Thanksgiving? Imagine that, but, like, in real life.