6 Things To Do This Weekend In Louisville (Mar. 8-10)

Need weekend plans? We've got you covered.

Check out the music, art shows, and festivals taking place this Friday and Saturday.

PS: Don't forget to take a look at this weekend's upcoming concerts.
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Paseo Irish Pop-UpSaturday, March 9 -11
Myriad Hotel | 9 a.m.
Paseo at Myriad Hotel is set to host an unforgettable St. Patrick's Day celebratiion which includes an Irish Pop-Up and street fair specialties. Try the Meat in a Bun, sausage links with Chef Jeremy’s beer mustard, fermented kraut, brioche bun, and a Back Home in Derry, an Irish Whiskey Old Fashioned with a house made spiced Guinness Stout syrup.

Paseo Irish Pop-Up

Saturday, March 9 -11
Myriad Hotel | 9 a.m.
Paseo at Myriad Hotel is set to host an unforgettable St. Patrick's Day celebratiion which includes an Irish Pop-Up and street fair specialties. Try the Meat in a Bun, sausage links with Chef Jeremy’s beer mustard, fermented kraut, brioche bun, and a Back Home in Derry, an Irish Whiskey Old Fashioned with a house made spiced Guinness Stout syrup.
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St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Saturday, March 9
Downtown-Highlands | Free | 3 p.m.
The 51st annual parade hosted by the Ancient Order of Hibernians begins in downtown Louisville and finishes in the Highlands, with thousands of people lining the route and celebrating the Irish spirit. If you’re looking for the best spot to watch, head to Baxter Ave. so you can hit up the nearest Irish pub when the last vehicle pulls away.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Saturday, March 9
Downtown-Highlands | Free | 3 p.m.
The 51st annual parade hosted by the Ancient Order of Hibernians begins in downtown Louisville and finishes in the Highlands, with thousands of people lining the route and celebrating the Irish spirit. If you’re looking for the best spot to watch, head to Baxter Ave. so you can hit up the nearest Irish pub when the last vehicle pulls away.
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Artist Talk | “H20” ExhibitionSaturday, March 9
21c | Free Entry | 5 p.m.
In a creative sense, water is a vehicle which often summons the artist to submerge themselves in different worlds. In “H2O”, water emerges as a transformative vehicle, drawing each artist into its enigmatic depths. Join a public discussion by guest curator, Rebecca Norton, and the local artists involved in 21c Louisville’s current exhibition “H2O.” Learn more about each artist’s artmaking process, reflections on the themes of the exhibit, and Norton’s approach to curating. Cash bar and light bites from Proof on Main.

Artist Talk | “H20” Exhibition

Saturday, March 9
21c | Free Entry | 5 p.m.
In a creative sense, water is a vehicle which often summons the artist to submerge themselves in different worlds. In “H2O”, water emerges as a transformative vehicle, drawing each artist into its enigmatic depths. Join a public discussion by guest curator, Rebecca Norton, and the local artists involved in 21c Louisville’s current exhibition “H2O.” Learn more about each artist’s artmaking process, reflections on the themes of the exhibit, and Norton’s approach to curating. Cash bar and light bites from Proof on Main.
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Girl Crush at ARTPORTAL
All monthPORTALWomen’s History Month is the perfect time to take in a group exhibition of visual art by local and regional women artists. The opening reception takes place March 1 with performances from female musicians like Shimona. The exhibition will run all month long.

Girl Crush at ARTPORTAL

All month
PORTAL
Women’s History Month is the perfect time to take in a group exhibition of visual art by local and regional women artists. The opening reception takes place March 1 with performances from female musicians like Shimona. The exhibition will run all month long.
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Frazier History Museum Free Family DaySaturday, March 9
829 West Main St. | 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Join Frazier History Museum for a special Free Family Day funded in part by the Fund for the Arts. All ages will find something to ignite their imaginations, with puppet performances from Louisville's own award-winning Mary Shelley Electric Co., art activities, Cool KY Trivia, live music, a food truck serving coffee and lunch, and more. Admission is free and open to all.

Frazier History Museum Free Family Day

Saturday, March 9
829 West Main St. | 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Join Frazier History Museum for a special Free Family Day funded in part by the Fund for the Arts. All ages will find something to ignite their imaginations, with puppet performances from Louisville's own award-winning Mary Shelley Electric Co., art activities, Cool KY Trivia, live music, a food truck serving coffee and lunch, and more. Admission is free and open to all.
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Visit Women-Owned RestaurantsCelebrate women’s history month by visiting some of your favorite best woman-owned restaurants. We highly suggest checking out Cask Southern Kitchen for dinner, grabbing drinks at Trouble Bar, and finishing the night with a round of karaoke at Miki’s.

Visit Women-Owned Restaurants

Celebrate women’s history month by visiting some of your favorite best woman-owned restaurants. We highly suggest checking out Cask Southern Kitchen for dinner, grabbing drinks at Trouble Bar, and finishing the night with a round of karaoke at Miki’s.
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