Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Sun, June 2

All events are correct to the best of my knowledge. Please double check everything before heading out.

Ongoing Events

Sunday, June 2
  • Where: Harrison County Fair Grounds, Corydon, IN
    What: Southern Indiana All Breed Dog Show
    Southern Indiana Kennel Club (SIKC) will be hosting their 14th annual American Kennel Club (AKC) sanctioned all-breed dog shows on Saturday, June 1, and Sunday, June 2, 2013.. These shows offer competition in conformation, obedience and rally obedience classes. Dogs competing in conformation will be evaluated on their conformance to AKC breed standards, while those competing in obedience and rally will be judged on their ability to perform a series of voice and /or hand commands. The public is invited to come and watch the judging. If you are thinking about acquiring a new dog, this is a place to talk to breeders or owners of the breed, and learn more about the breed.
    When: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Saturday and 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Sunday
    Fee: There is no charge for parking, or admission.
    More Info: 812 738-2138

  • Where: Spirit of Jefferson, Louisville Waterfront
    What: McAlpine Lock Sightseeing / Dinner Cruise
    It's a great experience to go through a lock, especially on a riverboat, so come on board the Spirit of Jefferson and be a part of it! A delicious buffet is available (advance reservations required) or choose sightseeing only (outside seating), and enjoy a narrated trip through McAlpine Lock. Call for information or to make reservations, or purchase tickets on line. (Please note that the ending time must be flexible to accommodate lock operation. We may not return at the intended time.)
    When: 1:30 PM - 4 PM
    Fee: Adults - $46, Seniors - $45, Children (ages 3 - 12) - $31 - Sightseeing only tickets are cheaper.
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  • Where: Belle of Louisville, Louisville Waterfront
    What: Bluegrass Sightseeing/Lunch Cruise
    Get ready for a toe-tappin' cruise on the historic Belle of Louisville, and enjoy the music of a live bluegrass band as we travel on the Ohio River! Include the delicious buffet lunch (advance reservations required), or come on board for sightseeing only (outside seating), and experience the oldest operating river steamboat in the country. Call for information or reservations, or purchase tickets on line.
    When: 1:30 PM - 4 PM
    Fee: Adults - $32, Seniors - $31, Children (ages 3 - 12) - $22 - Sightseeing only tickets are cheaper.
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  • Where: Churchill Downs
    What: Family Fun Day
    Churchill Downs celebrates the pageantry, excitement and thrill of horseracing every Sunday with family-focused activities during Family Fun Days presented by Kroger. Kiddos 12 and younger are invited to enjoy games, crafts, visits from Churchill Charlie, and special weekly events on the new Plaza Balcony overlooking The Plaza. Matt Bizzell, Director of Horticulture, will speak with kids about what he does and will do a plant-potting activity with the kids. The plan is to have the Family Fun Days guests decorate their clay pot and for the horticulture team interact with the kids as they complete their planting project.
    When: 11 AM - 4 PM
    Fee: $3
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  • Where: Kentucky Railway Museum, New Haven, KY
    What: Day out with Thomas
    Price includes activities and train ride. Food vendors will be on site for purchasing food.
    When: Train depart beginning at 9:50 with the last train running at 4:30 p.m.
    Fee: $18.00 per person ages 2 and up. Under 2 is free. Allow 3-4 hours.
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  • Where: Bernheim Forest
    What: Family Fishing Days!
    In the spirit of the KY Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Free Fishing Days, Bernheim’s Cedar Pond and Holly Pond are open for fishing. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a day of family fun. During June 1 and 2, no license is required to fish.
    When: June 1 & 2, 7 AM - 9 PM
    Fee: Regular $5 environmental impact fee applies at front gate for non-members.
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