Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly May 10 and 17 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. In the popular book series, Diary of a Worm, Diary of a Spider, and Diary of a Fly, author Doreen Cronin and illustrator Harry Bliss have envisioned a world where school-age bugs experience the challenges of adolescence much in the same way their human counterparts do. To purchase tickets, call the Kentucky Center at 502.584.7777, order in person at the box office at 501 W. Main Street, or order online at www.kentuckycenter.org Groups Rates are also available for parties of 12 or more at $13 each. To purchase group tickets call 502.498.2447.
Bard Theatre presents William Missouri Downs' "The Exit Interview" Show Dates: May 8-11, 15-18 (all at 7:30 PM) Tickets: $15 in advance ($12 for students/seniors), $15-17 at the door. Advanced tickets available at thebardstown.com Bard Theatre continues its strong 2014 season with National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere winner "The Exit Interview." Bertolt Brecht scholar Dick Fig has been terminated by his university and is having an excruciating exit interview with Eunice - a decidedly droll administrator. Downs' witty play ricochets through Brechtian interludes, a pair of politically-radicalized cheerleaders, a pompous newsman, communiques from God, and debates on religion, science and politics before reaching its surprising conclusion. "Even with Gina Gionfriddo's wonderful Rapture, and two plays of my own, this is far-and-away my favorite play of the 2014 season," says Executive Artistic Director Doug Schutte. "If you like Brecht, you'll love this play. And if you've never heard of Brecht, or thought Brecht was some new type of vacuum cleaner, you're still going to love this play." Recommended for ages 18 and up. Press photos, appearances, and whatever else you might need available upon request! New Albany High School May Musical: Little Shop of Horrors May 9 & 10 7:30 p.m May 11 2 p .m. May 16 & 17 7:30 p.m. A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years. The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names "Audrey II" - after his coworker crush. This saucy-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, blood. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II's out of this world origins and intent towards global domination! Tickets: $12 Adults. $10 Students/Seniors. Box Office 812-542-2290 or purchase tickets online by visiting our official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NewAlbanyHighSchoolTheatreArtsDepartment
CenterStage Brings Timeless The Sound of Music to the Stage May 8-18th The Sound of Music features music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and a book by Russel Crouse and Howard Lindsay. The original Broadway production opened on Nov. 16, 1959, and won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The film version starred Julie Andrews in one of her most memorable roles and garnered five Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. In keeping with the theatre's tradition of community partnership and service, CenterStage will present a special sneak preview show benefitting Volunteers of America on Wed., May 7, with a 6:30 p.m. reception before the 7:30 p.m. show. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased online at www.voaky.org/CenterStage Special guests of the evening will be families currently living at the VOA Family Emergency Shelter, who are attending free of charge. The Sound of Music plays May 8, 10, 12, 15 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and May 11 and 18 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 in person and $18 in advance. Call 502-238-2709 or visit www.CenterStageJCC.org to reserve your tickets now. StageOne Family Theatre teams up with The Kentucky Center and University of Louisville to present the state's only live Sensory-Friendly Performance for Patrons with Autism Spectrum Disorder May 10 at 11 a.m. Join us after the show as author Doreen Cronin herself will be in the lobby signing books! Additional public performances of Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly are May 10 at 2 pm and May 17 at 11 am and 2 pm. Single tickets for all performances are on sale through The Kentucky Center and are $14.75 each. To purchase tickets, call the Kentucky Center at 502.584.7777, order in person at the box office at 501 W. Main Street, or order online at www.kentuckycenter.org Groups Rates are also available for parties of 12 or more at $13 each. To purchase group tickets call 502.498.2447.
Shakespeare in the Parks Saturday May 10 Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton is inviting everyone to a special free celebration on Saturday, May 10th, when "Shakespeare in the Parks" brings Hamlet to Shawnee Park. This year we are helping Kentucky Shakespeare celebrate the Bard's 450th birthday with this special free presentation. Earlier this year, Kentucky Shakespeare's began its first ever tour of productions in selective Louisville Parks. Hamilton says this is another way to bring the arts to everyone all over Louisville Metro. For more information about Saturday's Shakespeare in the Parks at Shawnee Park, Councilwoman Hamilton's office at 574-1105.
Beagleweasel Saturday May 10 at 1 p.m. Both the puppet show and puppet-making workshop are $5 each. 1228 E. Breckinridge St. This is an opportunity to share live performance with the kids you love, watch their imaginations grow, and collaborate with them on their own puppet projects. Stick around after the show to see what you can make together with "make it and take it" puppet workshops. Shows and workshops each run approximately 30 minutes.
Area home school theater program presents "The Wizard of Oz" May 9th at 7 p.m. May 10th at 2 p.m. "Somewhere over the rainbow", "There's no place like home!" "We're off to see the Wizard". Classic song lyrics bring back childhood memories of the little Kansas girl trying to make her way home with the help of her new found friends and the great and powerful Wizard of Oz. You will be swept away by our celebration of the 75th anniversary of the iconic motion picture. Children of all ages will be transported on a journey down the Yellow Brick Road with Dorothy, Toto and their friends in this beloved production, featuring original costumes, dazzling choreography and the classic songs you love, including "Over the Rainbow," "If I Only Had a Brain," "Munchkinland" and more. Anchorage School Auditorium
BODY AWARENESS-LFL's Spring comedy May 8-17th U of L Thrust Theatre Individual tickets will be $18 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, with rates for groups of ten or more at $12 per ticket. (Advance Reservations necessary for Group Rates to be honored.) *Monday, May 12 there will be a Community Night with $10 tickets! Call 502-638-2559 for ticket reservations. LFL's May show is Body Awareness by Obie award-winning NYC playwright Annie Baker. In this edgy smart comedy, it's Body Awareness Week at Shirley College in Vermont. The non-traditional household of Shirley College professor Phyllis, high school teacher Joyce and their possibly autistic adult son Jared, is shaken to the core by the visiting photographer of female nudes, Frank, and his 'male gaze.' Sexuality, identity, body image, relationships, feminist critique, role modeling and political-correctness get stirred up in this important script, which, states examiner.com is "brimming with just as many heartfelt moments as hilarious ones." Ms. Baker's plays have been workshopped at the Sundance Theatre Institute where, says Lab Artistic Director Philip Hamburg, Ms. Baker's generation of emerging playwrights has one claim…"The intellect is really, really sharp, yet it's not cynical." Stop the World- I Want to Get Off May 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 at 8 p.m. May 11 at 2 p.m. Clarksville Little Theatre is thrilled to be closing its 67th Season with the Broadway classic, Stop the World- I Want to Get Off. With book, music, and lyrics by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, this production is directed by Ron Johnson, with musical direction by Doug Jones and choreography by Kathy Todd-Chaney. The show follows the life of Littlechap from birth to death- with a score that includes the hit songs Gonna Build A Mountain, Once in a Lifetime, and What Kind of Fool Am I? The latter was made famous by Sammy Davis, Jr. in the 1960's. After 35 years, Stop the World- I Want to Get Off returns to the Clarksville Little Theatre stage. So join us for this song-filled journey through one man's life beginning May 9th, running for two weekends. This is sure to be a hit, so get your tickets today by calling (812) 283-6522 or by going online to http://www.clarksvillelittletheatre.org
Sacred Heart School for the Arts presents storybook ballet, Beauty and the Beast May 9 and 10 at 7 p.m. and May 11 at 2 p.m. Sacred Heart School for the Arts closes its 2013-2014 theatre season with a ballet and the telling of one of the most popular childhood tales, Beauty and the Beast. Ranging in age from 3 to 18, 125 students from the Sacred Heart School for the Arts Dance Department will perform in this full-length production. All performances will be at the Ursuline Arts Center, Bldg. 5, on the Ursuline Campus, 3114 Lexington Road. Tickets are $5 for students and seniors and $8 for adults. Tickets can be purchased online at www.showtix4u.com or at the door. For more information, call 502-897-1816.
Louisville Comedy Underground at the Laughing Derby Wednesdays at 8PM, join us as the best of the Louisville area (and beyond) showcase to see who will be the next winner of The Louisville Comedy Underground. Bringing their A-Game to show off for the audience and the club bookers, The Louisville Comedy Underground comedians comedians are a mix of house pros and new talent looking for a shot. If anyone kills on The Louisville Comedy Underground, they earn the coveted position of club regular - and you will see them again soon. Wednesday 4/23 - 7:45 PM - $5 Wednesday 4/30 - 7:45 PM - $5
Kyle Grooms Best known for his hilarious half-hour stand-up special on Comedy Central and his guest appearances on VH-1, NBC's Last Comic Standing and Chappelle's Show, Kyle Grooms has been featured on P-Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy, Jamie Foxx's Laffapalooza, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, The Byron Allen Show, BET Comic View, Red Carpet Fashion, and for international flavor, Le Grande Journal in France. Kyle also has several appearances in national TV ad campaigns under his belt for companies including T-Mobile, Sears, Career Builders and Holiday Inn Express. Thursday 5/8 - 7:45 PM - $12 Starring: Kyle Grooms, Scott Sharp Friday 5/9 - 7:45 PM - $15 Starring: Kyle Grooms, Scott Sharp Friday 5/9 - 10:00 PM - $15 Starring: Kyle Grooms, Scott Sharp Saturday 5/10 - 7:45 PM - $15 Starring: Kyle Grooms, Scott Sharp Saturday 5/10 - 10:00 PM - $15 Starring: Kyle Grooms, Scott Sharp
EVENTS, EXHIBITS & FUN
Pat Harrison Art Center Gallery Through May 17th 1-4 p.m. This month Arts Council of Southern Indiana presents an exhibition at the Pat Harrison Arts Center featuring the work of Regional Sculptors, milliners, jewelers and boutiques "Mad as a Hatter". The graphics and curation of the exhibit are by Jessi Winner, a Purdue University Arts Council intern. The exhibit is inspired by the Mother's Day Tea and Fashion Show whose theme this year is Alice in Wonderland. The Mother's Day tea and fashion show will be held at the Grand Theatre in New Albany on May 11, 2014 from 2:00 - 5:00pm. Mad As a Hatter Participating Artists in the exhibit include: Kent Epler, Kay Kane, Roxy Lentz, Julia Comer, Dress & Dwell, Britni Knable, Cheryl Ulrich Barnett, Heather Rapp and Wini Harrison. The exhibit features works from New Albany sculptor Kent Epler, a fourth-generation native of Montana who taught himself how to work with fabric when he was 10 because his mother's sewing machine fascinated him. Later he turned to theater, creating costumes and sets as well as directing and acting. Designer Britni Lynn Knable, of hEADcANDi specializes in hand crafted fashion forward hats, fascinators, and accessories. Her fine quality materials, both new and vintage are sourced from all around the world to create fresh, contemporary and feminine designs. Artist Roxy Lentz's jewelry is made in part from re-purposed materials. Silver plated trays, given as wedding gifts, copper wire from a building project, brass and sometimes aluminum bowls are fabricated into one-of-a-kind jewelry. Kay Kane's whimsical table creations add to the fun of the Alice in Wonderland theme. The tables are created using vintage teapots and saucers with an eye towards fun. Julia Comer is passionate about creating jewelry and art to wear that pushes the boundaries of wearability. She is fascinated by the process of making wearable objects employing innovative materials in combination with silver, gold, bronze and copper. Amanda Gibson, owner of Dress and Dwell has an eclectic, yet refined taste. She scours the big retail markets for the latest trends and newest styles, as well as the antique markets for the unique and unusual. The lush, glazed, floral oil paintings, of Wini Harrison add to the overall feel of the exhibit. Currently she is teaching six classes a week at Preston Arts Center in Louisville and one at the Carriage House Studio for the Arts Council of Southern Indiana. For more information about either of these exhibitions, please call (812) 949-4238, visit our website at www.artscouncilsi.org or find us on the Arts Council of Southern Indiana Facebook page. 19th Annual Gardeners' Fair and Silent Auction May 9-11th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm This annual event offers visitors the chance to purchase flowers, herbs and plants along with a variety of tools, artistic and practical gardening accessories, wrought iron sculptures, water gardens and antique yard furniture among other delightful finds. The silent auction, a fundraiser for Historic Locust Grove, with scores of offerings from antiques, quilts and other handiwork to art, gardening accessories and valuable gift certificates. General admission to the event, which includes a tour of Historic Locust Grove, is $6, or $3 for children age 6 to 12. ART at The Temple Sunday May 11 (Mothers Day) Preview Saturday evening May 10 from 7-9 pm The Temple 5101 US Hwy 42 (at the corner of 42 and Lime Kiln) Free event Rain or Shine Vendors, juried artists and more. Ample parking on our grounds. In addition to art, they offer hot dogs, chips , drinks, and baked goods.
Cedar Lake's 8th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair to be Held May 10th Cedar Lake's 8th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair will be held on Saturday, May 10th from 10:00am-5:00pm at the Cedar Lake Lodge, 3301 Jericho Road in LaGrange, KY. All of the arts and crafts for sale have been made by adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and all of the proceeds will support Cedar Lake's art program. This free, family-friendly event will be held rain or shine and includes hourly door prizes, food, games and face painting. Anyone who brings a donation of art supplies will receive a free gift handmade by Cedar Lake Lodge residents. Call (502) 222-7157 ext. 1151 or visit www.cedarlake.org for more information.
Robotics Program Open House May 10 from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. Our team meets in the warehouse behind Cherry House Furniture on Highway 53 South in LaGrange. We encouraged all students ages 11-18 to come and see what opportunities are available in the area for their involvement in a FIRST program: Jr. First Lego League or First Lego League www.usfirst.org
Now Invading the Louisville Zoo…BIG BIG Bugs! March 28 through September 28. Thirteen gigantic animatronic bugs have crawled into the Louisville Zoo and will be on display. This temporary exhibit is sponsored by Ford Motor Company and free with Zoo admission. The bugs are scattered throughout the Zoo and include a 25' x33' Mexican red knee tarantula and 24' Emperor scorpion guaranteed to make a visual impact. "Along with most of the bugs being animatronic with moving wings, legs or tentacles some are also interactive. For instance, kids can make the Say's Firefly light up with a simple hand crank, or we have a couple of ladybugs that kids can climb on and make for great photo opportunities," Zoo Director John Walczak said.
Give Peace a Chance Exhibit March 15-May 26 Muhammad Ali Center John Lennon and Yoko Ono, in 1969, used "Bed-Ins" as a way to put themselves and their message of peace in the public spotlight. Through stories and photographs, the Give Peace a Chance exhibit will offer visitors the opportunity to sit on the edge of the "Bed-In" in Montreal that took place at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel for seven days in May of 1969.
Louisville and the Great War Special Exhibit Through June 8 Conrad-Caldwell House Museum In honor of the 100th anniversary to the start of WWI, several local collectors and other organizations are allowing their collections to go on display at the Conrad-Caldwell House. The exhibit is on the third floor. Tours are $10 for adults, $6 for Seniors and children http://conrad-caldwell.org
COMMUNITY EVENTS Louisville Astronomical Society Honored for Outreach Efforts Saturday May 10th 7-11 p.m. Open House at Urban Astronomy Center at E.P. "Tom" Sawyer Park Using the Urban Astronomy Center as a jumping off point, the group hosted 96 events in the Louisville area and across the commonwealth during 2013, attracting 6,053 people with the help of 57 volunteers. The magazine awards a $2,500 prize to the winner. LAS plans to use it to buy a new PC, laptop, telescope and binoculars for the center. For more information about LAS activities, including those at E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park, visit www.louisville-astro.org Chocolate Stroll May 9 in Jeffersonville's Downtown May 9th from 6-9 p.m. The event offers ticket-buyers the opportunity to taste many different chocolates from brownies and candies to cookies and cake. Chocolate tasting stations will be located within the locally owned shops and restaurants and five live music acts will be playing along the historic district's sidewalks. This event is only two days before Mother's Day and Jeffersonville Main Street is encouraging people to purchase tickets as a Mother's Day weekend treat. Only 500 tickets will be sold. On the day of the event, ticket-buyers must first visit the registration area in the Glossbrenner Garden, at the corner of Spring and Chestnut Street, where they will pick up their map to visit participating shops for a tasting of chocolates. The event takes place within a four block area of downtown and is made possible through the support of the Jeffersonville Urban Enterprise Association, the City of Jeffersonville, Jeffersonville Main Street, and the businesses of downtown Jeffersonville. Advance tickets are $8 ($3 for children 12 and under), $10 the day of the event ($5 for children 12 and under). Tickets are available online at www.JeffMainStreet.org and at these shops: -Choices Boutique, 437 Spring Street -Schimpff's Confectionery, 347 Spring Street -The Springs Salon & Spa, 234 Spring Street
LFPL's annual How-To Festival returns to the Main Library Saturday, May 10, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Want to learn how to yodel? Dress and dine Downton Abbey-style? Grow better tomatoes? Belly dance? Those are just a sample of more than 50 things people can learn in five hours at the Louisville Free Public Library's third annual How-To Festival. This year, nearly 100 local presenters will offer a variety of free interactive learning experiences - from dancing to crafts to gardening - that offer entertainment and practical skills for children and adults of all ages. "How-to" sessions last anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes and cover a range of activities from making great barbeque to performing magic tricks, from aging gracefully to training your dog. This year's Festival is a mix of past favorites - square dancing, juggling, crocheting, and more - along with new lessons, including how to fence, how to play Texas Hold'em, and how to buy art on a budget. Technology classes will include how to use Google Apps, geocaching, and how to save to the cloud. And activities for children will range from how to make balloon animals to how to make ice cream in a bag to how to make a simple rocket. The How-To Festival will take place on Saturday, May 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Main Library, 301 York Street. Sessions will be located in more than 20 areas throughout the building and surrounding grounds, transforming the entire library into a giant classroom. Food trucks will be available. The How-To Festival is free and open to the public. For more information, including a schedule of sessions as the date approaches, visit LFPL.org/how-to ROCK-A-THON 2014 Mental Health Awareness Event May 10th 10 a.m. -3 p.m. Registration starts at 9 a.m. On the day of the event, your team will work together to keep one team member in a rocking chair on stage to ROCK for the designated time. The team that raises the most money and keeps your rocking chair occupied will be awarded some really cool prizes! For more information visit www.rockathon.info
Mother's Day Plant Sale May 10th The Rambler's Garden Club will host its annual Mother's Day Plant Sale on Saturday, May 10th, from 9 AM to Noon at Springdale Presbyterian Church, 7812 Brownsboro Road. Master Gardeners will demonstrate how to make a container garden, sell herbs and perennial flowers, and answer gardening questions. Part of the proceeds from the sale will help fund the 2014 Women for Habitat house. Stewards of Springdale's Little Free Library will give plant sale customers free gardening books and magazines. The Presbyterian Youth Connection will sell refreshments to fund their summer mission trips. For more information, Call Kate Greer at (502) 893-2059
Cave Hill Cemetery Announces 2014 Tour and Lecture Schedule There will be 6 different tours and a Civil War Lecture: Historical Walking Tour, Twilight Tram Tour, Horticultural, Civil War Tour, and a Bourbon Distillers Tour. Four additional lectures will be offered through the Louisville Free Public Library. The dates for these tours and events are: Historical Walking Tour: May 4th, June 8, September 14, and October 26. All tours are on Sunday afternoon; Tour Time: 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Tour guide is Steve Wiser, a Louisville architect and historian. Tour cost: $15 per person. Twilight Tram Tour: Saturday May 17 Saturday June 14 Saturday July 12 Saturday August 9 Saturday September 6 Saturday October 11 Tour guide will either be Michael Higgs (Cave Hill Heritage Foundation) or Steve Wiser. Limited to 18 -20 people on new tram. Tour Times: 6:30- 8:30 pm for Tram Tours except October which is 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tour cost: $35 per person. Civil War Historical Walking Tour: Saturday June 7th and Saturday October 11th. Tour times 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 am. Led by Civil War historian Bryan Bush. Tour cost: $15 per person/Book and tour: $35.00 "Evening" Civil War Historical Walking Tour: Saturday, May 10th. Tour time: 5:15-7:15 p.m. Led by Civil War historian Bryan Bush. Tour cost: $15 per person/Book and Tour: $35 per person. "Discovering Louisville's Arboretum" tour will feature horticultural highlights by Lee Squires on Saturday, June 7, 10 am to 11:30 am. Tour cost: $15 per person. "Art & Artists of Cave Hill" tour will focus on monument design and the prominent artists who are buried in Cave Hill. This tour will occur on Sunday May11th and Sunday, October 5th, 1 - 3 pm. Tour cost: $15 per person. "NEW" INTERACTIVE BOURBON TOUR- "A Journey Through Bourbon History at Cave Hill Cemetery" with Kentucky's official Bourbon Historian, Michael Veach on Sunday, May 18th and Sunday, September 14th at 1:00 p.m. Take a guided interactive tour using our app ("Cemetery Tours" app on the IPhone App Store and Google Play Store). Tour cost: $35 per person. SPORTS, WALKS & RUN
Bluebird Walk Saturday May 10 at 10:30 a.m. After a short informational presentation including everything you ever wanted to know about bluebirds we will head out to check on the many bluebird boxes on the property. Stick around after the walk and build your own bluebird house to take home with you. Materials will be provided. The walk will be easy and appropriate for all ability levels, so dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. Meet at the Schick Nature Center COST: $5/members & $10/family; $8/non-members & $15/family For more information email email@example.com
FOOD AND RESTAURANTS Winston's restaurant presents Mother's Day brunch buffet Sunday May 11 Celebrate Mother's Day at Winston's restaurant at Sullivan University with a special brunch buffet Sunday, May 11. The buffet will feature everything from a carving station with prime rib and ham to chef John Castro's famous Not Brown as well as a wide variety of tantalizing pastries and desserts from The Bakery at Sullivan University. Nonalcoholic beverages and specialty cocktails are available at an extra cost. The brunch buffet is $36 per person for adults; $14 per person for children ages 3-10 and under; and free for children under age 3. Tax and gratuity are not included. Seatings occur at 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and reservations are highly recommended. Make yours by calling (502) 456-0980 Treat Mom Like a Queen with Mother's Day Brunch at the Crowne Plaza Louisville Sunday, May 12 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m Crowne Plaza Louisville is hosting a Mother's Day Brunch that will help guests treat Mom like royalty. Breakfast options include omelets made-to-order and a waffle bar. Guests will also enjoy a fresh seafood bar, a carving station with oven roasted turkey breast and brown sugar, orange-glazed boneless pork loin, as well as salmon and chicken breast. Desserts include cheesecake chocolate cake, apple crunch pie, and Derby Pie. Mothers will receive a complimentary flower. Adults are $35, seniors over age 55 are $31, children ages 5-12 years are $17.50, and kids ages 5 and under are free. For reservations, call 502-367-2251 Mother's Day Brunches at Galt House Hotel May 11th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m Galt House Hotel is stepping up its Mother's Day Brunch and offering two choices to treat mom-RIVUE Restaurant and Lounge or in the Archibald Cochran Ballroom. Guests at either location will be invited to stroll through a botanical garden and they can bring a camera to take a family photo. Mothers will also receive a complimentary gift. Mother's Day Brunch at RIVUE Restaurant and Lounge offers an incredible view of the city and river from 25 stories up. Guests will be treated to a family-style dining that includes a leaning tower of waffles, fresh seafood and a bountiful buffet of roasted beef strip loin, herb-roasted chicken breast, an array of sides, as well as a fabulous assortment of desserts. Adults are $50, children ages 4-10 are $19 and children ages 3 and under are free. For reservations, please call 502-568-4239 or click here. Visit RIVUE.com for more information.
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