There are many terrific things about Kentucky, especially Louisville. To prove it, the Frazier History Museum is focusing on some of the art, music and food that makes us great. Louisvillians love to eat and drink, which means the Great Hall’s the place to start. While you’re there, listen to music by Heather Bond. Beer by Goodwood Brewing will be in the Spirits of the Bluegrass saloon. Artist Julius Friedman’s retrospective is currently on display; a multimedia installation by Friedman, Donna Lawrence and Richard Van Kleeck will be unveiled during the evening. George Gatewood is doing a spoken-word piece, and Heidi Potter will discuss Kentucky style. Bring a 12-ounce can of tuna for the Neighborhood House’s food bank, and receive $5 off.
THURSDAY, JULY 28Frazier History Museum
5:30-9 p.m. | $10-$15