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Notable Louisville Neighborhoods: History of Butchertown Neighborhood

August 9 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Free

Tuesday, August 9

5 – 7 pm

Graeser Family Education Center

FREE, RSVP required through the Filson Historical Society

Hosted by the Filson Historical Society, Notable Louisville Neighborhoods and the People Who Put Them on the Map is a series designed with community input focusing on one neighborhood a year. The goal of the series is to connect people with history in a meaningful, relevant way and to highlight the resources available at the Filson.

Light refreshments and a garden walk will begin at 5:00 pm, followed by a presentation with Tom Owen at 6:00 pm. This event will feature a showing of the 30-minute documentary, Landfill to Landmark. Participants will be given a self-guided walking tour package and are encouraged to return at their leisure to see all that Butchertown has to offer.

Sponsored by The Eye Care Institute, JBS USA, Stock Yards Bank & Trust, Butchertown Market Building, Work the Metal, and Cave Hill Cemetery. This lecture is in partnership with Waterfront Botanical Gardens.

Instructor: Tom Owen

 

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Venue

Graeser Family Education Center
1435 Frankfort Ave
Louisville, KY 40206 United States