Thursday, June 22, 2017

Headquarters BBQ in Centerfield

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Don't just pass through Centerfield - stop! 

 photo brisket_zpscz0cblqt.jpgThere's a new barbeque place right off Hwy 22.  The old, red roof building is now the home of Headquarters BBQ, LLC.  If you take a look at their Facebook page, you will find that Headquarters has been satisfying the community's appetite for a while now.  They do catering and now offer BBQ at their new location at 2700 West Hwy 22 in Centerfield.

The restaurant opened at the beginning of June and their weekly hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11am-8pm.  The food offered is typical of a BBQ place: pulled pork, ribs, brisket, and chicken all in sandwich or entrée portions.  Side choices range from homemade mac n cheese, potato salad, baked beans, fries and others.  The prices were not bad: $3.50 for a thick slice of BBQ Bologna or $24.50 for Baby Back Ribs.

Even though the food was traditional BBQ, the flavors were very unique!  I tried the Sliced Beef Brisket entrée with a side of baked beans and potato salad ($13.50).  My son had wings (six for $6) and my daughter had a kid's chicken tender meal ($4).  The Brisket was delicious and very tender.  You can request sauce for it, but I didn't feel like it needed any.  I loved that the potato salad and baked beans were obviously homemade.  These were not from a tub trucked in from Sysco.  The potato salad was light with chunks of potatoes and slices of celery and green and red peppers.  The baked beans were very filling and flavorful.  There were chunks of hamburger and peppers in the baked beans, which made for a unique side item. 

 photo deck_zpsrjimegbi.jpgI had to explain to my Buffalo Wing loving son that the wings at Headquarters BBQ were a little different from what he usually eats.  These wings are marinated, rubbed and then smoked.  You can see the rub on the wings and it's tasty.  My son enjoyed them!

The kids meals are $4 and under and are good portions for the price.  There is a BBQ pulled pork quesadilla that I was wishing one of my kids had chosen so I could sneak a taste of it!  Don't forget to ask about desserts!  Again, more homemade deliciousness!

Inside the restaurant there are a couple of tables and chairs set up for dining or you can sit at a bourbon barrel tabletop on the back deck.  The deck has lots of shade and it's nice if you want to eat your food at the restaurant versus getting it to go.

I love that the red roof house is now home to another family owned and run business.  We hope you stop in soon and give Headquarters BBQ a try!
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Friday, June 16, 2017

4th of July Events Around Oldham County

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LaGrange
Aquatic Center Fun!
At 2pm, the John W. Black Aquatic Center will kick off the 4th of July Festivities with fun at the pool!  Activities include:
  • Singing
  • Flag Ceremony
  • Pool Races
  • Kiddie Patriotic Swimwear Contest
  • Adult Cannonball Contest
  • The Greased Watermelon Dive
Admission to the Aquatic Center:
Ages 13-59 $5
Ages 3-12 $4
60 and up $3
Children 2 and under FREE

Hours on Tuesday, July 4th 12pm-7pm

Park & Firework Fun!
The pool will close at 7pm and there will be more entertainment at Wendell Moore Park 6:30-9:30pm.  DJ and fireworks show at 10pm. 
Read our review of the park here to learn what there is to do at the park.

Wendell Moore Park & John W. Black Aquatic Center are located at:
1551 North Highway 393 LaGrange, Ky 40031

Westport
Firecracker 5k Run!
Continue the celebration with the Oldham County Parks & Rec Firecracker 5k Run and 2 Mile Walk on July 8th at Westport Park in Westport, KY beginning at 8am.

Visit the Oldham County Parks & Rec website here or their Facebook page here.

Prospect (Jefferson County)
July 4th "Boomsday"
North Oldham County families close to Cowley Park in Prospect can celebrate the 4th of July together. Activities include:
  • Bouncy houses
  • Climbing walls
  • Obstacle course
  • Wet and dry slides
  • Food trucks
  • Trackless train
  • Much more!
Parade beginning at Westover Drive around 6pm.
Fireworks at dusk around 9:40pm.
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Cabela's Kids' Explorers Program

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 photo loot_zpsrsbohxjz.jpgWho loves FREE fun in the summer?  Cabela's has great evening workshops scheduled for children at their Louisville location.  The "Kids' Explorers Program" is on Wednesday evenings 6-7pm.

The first program was Fishing Fun and boy did my kids have fun! There was a representative from the KY Department of Fish & Wildlife that spoke briefly about fishing in Kentucky.  She also had a fun casting game for the kids to try out and gave tips as the kids practiced.  Cabela's provided a few treats to go along with the fishing theme - shark gummies and worm gummies!

Each child participant received a (really nice) fishing pole, sunglasses and fishing bobber to take home!  This was a great surprise for all of us.  The Cabela's representative told us that there will be something special after each Explorer Program.

 photo schedule_zps5znaae4d.jpgThe fun, hands-on experience was amazing, the extra gifts were great bonuses to this program.  We love that this is an evening program and it incorporates learning about the outdoors through fun and educational activities.

There are a variety of topics scheduled for the program, so be sure to check out their calendar!  The program runs through July 12th, is completely free and open to all ages!  You do not have to pre-register for the event.

Cabela's is a short drive outside of Oldham County and is located at 5100 Norton Healthcare Blvd. Louisville, KY 40241.
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Sunday, June 11, 2017

Pickleball at Wendell Moore Park

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If you haven't heard, there are new Pickleball courts at Wendell Moore Park in LaGrange!  We had never played before, so we checked it out over the weekend.

 photo runing_zpso8nodnw1.jpgBecause the courts are still fairly new, I had to contact the John W. Black Community Center for information on how to set up a time to play.  Mr. Bill Hopkins helped coordinate the Pickleball courts and he was my main contact.

Currently, there is outdoor play scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6-9pm and Saturday mornings 9am-12pm at Wendell Moore.  This is the schedule for June & July. (This is always subject to change without us knowing, so please double check with the park before making a trip.)  We understand that it's a walk-up basis at the moment and the future plan is to have the nets on-site in a lockbox for the public to use.  (*6/16 update: the lockbox system is now in place.) Once the lockbox system is in place, you will need to know how to assemble the net.  The game is played on a court half the size of a tennis court.

Mr. Hopkins suggested that we watch some YouTube videos on the sport and to check out www.usapa.org to learn more about the rules.  After watching some of the videos and reading some information, we found that there is a lot more to Pickleball than we originally assumed.  The sport has elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis, but don't be fooled - it is it's own game!

 photo net_zpswgchamwj.jpgWe can't possibly begin to pretend we are experts on Pickleball, but we can tell you that new players must learn about "the kitchen," the importance of the bounce rules and the funny way of calling out the score before each serve.  A few elements will become more natural as you start to practice on the court.  New players will soon learn that power isn't as important as it is in tennis, finesse is your friend, the game is played near the net, you must be quick, the wiffle-like ball can trick you and there's not much bounce to the ball either.

We had a lot of fun during our first experience with Pickleball.  There are two courts at Wendell Moore Park.  The LaGrange Community Center has three indoor courts and scheduled times to play and train also.  Training is Tuesday mornings at the LaGrange Community Center.  You can play for free at both places, but you will need to bring your own paddle and balls to Wendell Moore Park.  (We were able to find a set for under $20 at Dick's Sporting Goods.)

We are excited for this new addition to the Oldham County Parks & Rec system.  Make sure you watch their Facebook page and website for future information on the developing program.  Give Pickleball a try!
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Friday, June 9, 2017

Disc Golf at Wendell Moore Park

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Wendell Moore Park in LaGrange now has disc golf!  Thanks to a local Eagle Scout's service project, an 18 hole course was designed and installed at the park this Spring.  We love any opportunity for our family to get outside together so we decided to try disc golf together.  We would recommend checking out this website for information about the sport before playing.

None of us had tried the sport before, so we asked our experienced friends to come along too.  Our families met near the football field at the first hole and were soon on our way! 

Here are a few things we think beginners should know before heading to the Wendell Moore course:

1. You have to bring your own discs.  We were so inexperienced, that we didn't realize that there are actual discs (similar to a Frisbee) for this sport.  We purchased 3 from Academy Sports for around $10.  The discs are marked for different ranges (similar to golf clubs).  You should also be prepared to maybe lose a disc or two when you're first learning how to properly throw them.

2.  There is a lot of walking.  Most of the time, you can see the target from where you start your first throw, but you should be prepared to walk a lot.  The Wendell Moore course has 18 holes so it's quite spread out.  Each hole has a sign with a description of where the target is located and how far away it is.  These were helpful when we couldn't actually see the target from the tee.  We did wish we had a map of the entire course when we were playing.

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3.  Be prepared to encounter a variety of terrain changes.  Hole 1 will seem like a breeze, but be prepared for an intense and difficult course - especially if you are new to the sport.  Expect to walk and throw up steep hills and over creeks.  Some of the targets are positioned between and around trees.  The course is surrounded by trees and tall weeds, so you might lose a disc or two.  Just make sure you keep an eye on where the disc lands so you can find it.  It's also best to keep an eye out for poison ivy.  We saw quite a bit during our game.

4.  Bring some water along and use the restroom before you begin.  The course is set away from the playground and Aquatic Center so water fountains and restrooms are not nearby.

5.  It's a lot of fun!  Because most of us were inexperienced and we were including our kids in the fun, we decided to do a scramble type game. This is where everyone on the team throws a disc and the closest disc is where you start your next throw.  The kids had a blast having a try at disc golf!  We didn't really keep track of our scores, but you can if you really want to be competitive.  Scores are kept similar to golf, where the fewest number of throws is best.  We love that the course allowed us to see areas of Wendell Moore Park that we hadn't explored before.  A lot of the course runs along the bike and walking path and some targets are near the lake too.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Beat the Heat in Oldham County

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The summers can get super hot in Kentucky!  So hot that maybe we want to stay cooped up in our homes.  Here are some ideas on how to beat the heat this summer in Oldham County!

  • Check out the air conditioned stores on Main Street in downtown LaGrange - toys, books, antiques, painting, tea parties, ice cream and more!
  • Jump at All About Kids Sports Center in Crestwood - check out an open gym and swim!  They also have a great VIK pass this summer that allows for unlimited open gym, swim and fun zone visits for only $50 per kid!
  • Visit the LaGrange Railroad Museum. Check their website for hours of operation.
  • Swim at the John W. Black Aquatic Center in LaGrange - open late on Friday nights!
  • Dance away at Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Crestwood - kid's and adult dance classes for $5!
  • Have water fun at home!  Buy cheap water toys at the Dollar Tree in LaGrange or create your own pvc sprinkler with supplies from Ace Hardware in Crestwood.  Find water balloons, buckets, sprinklers, thick plastic for slip-n-slides, squirt guns and more at these stores.
  • Have quiet time at the Oldham County Public Library in LaGrange, Crestwood and Goshen - cozy book nooks, maker boxes, board games, computers, movies and story times. *Bonus: the Summer Reading Program prize bag has several coupons for admission to Louisville museums, a pool party pass and free ice cream treats in Oldham County!
  • Explore the indoor Nature Center at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve in Goshen - open Monday & Fridays (9am-12pm) and open house Saturdays.
  • Exercise or play at the Oldham County YMCA in Buckner - fitness center, gym, pool and indoor arena are open to members.  The Norton Commons YMCA is also very close to Oldham County.
  • Get creative at the OCS Arts Center in Crestwood - take a class, stop in for Maker Monday or catch a show!
  • Check out the YMCA Community Center in LaGrange - gym, walking track, game room, aerobics rooms and many free activities for Oldham County residents.
  • Climb the McDonalds Play Place - grab lunch, a milkshake and play at the LaGrange location.
  • Run around at Power & Grace Gymnastics & Dance in Prospect - preschool open gym, parent's night out and other classes available!
  • Keep up with the OC Arts Association in LaGrange - follow them on Facebook for kid-friendly events!
  • Enjoy tea time at Sisters Tea Parlor in Buckner - register for one of their special tea events or just stop in for lunch and tea.
  • And of course - there's always a cool treat!  Treat yourself to a frozen dessert at Red Peppermint in Crestwood, Daddy Yo's in LaGrange, Serendipity in LaGrange, Dairy Queen in Crestwood and LaGrange or The Shiver Shack in Crestwood.
  • Register the kids for Summer Camp or VBS!
  • Want to get out of the county? Check out Louisville Family Fun's List here.
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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Movie Night at Christ Church at Goshen

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 photo face paint_zpsh794rasx.jpgChrist Church at Goshen has outdoor movies during the summer!  If you missed the movies last summer, make sure you get to one this year!

Families are invited to enjoy FREE activities before the movie starts at dusk.  Some of the activities include inflatables, face painting and games for kids to enjoy! 
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Pack some blankets, chairs and snacks or enjoy the concessions that begin at 7pm!  There are burgers, hotdogs and candy for purchase or enjoy FREE popcorn!

Follow Christ Church at Goshen on Facebook for updates on the movie nights and other family-friendly events they plan! 

Christ Church at Goshen is located at 12001 West Hwy 42 in Goshen on the corner of Club Drive and Hwy 42.

2017 Movie Nights 6-9:30pm:
6/2 Moana
8/11 Sing
9/15 Beauty & the Beast
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Arts on the Green in LaGrange, KY

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Every first weekend in June, the Arts Association of Oldham County hosts the Arts on the Green in Downtown LaGrange.  Here's why we love it!

Activities for Kids!
Not only is the festival a great place to expose children to various art forms, there are ways for children to have a hands-on experience.  Children are encouraged to participate in the notecard contest.  Prizes are awarded in the fall for different age categories and the winner's artwork is featured on the Arts on the Green notecards for the next year.  There is also face painting, other children's activities and some vendors even allow children to try their art medium.

The Art!
The festival has over 150+ local and national artists.  You can find anything from paintings, jewelry, woodwork, candles, pottery and so much more!  Prices vary among the artwork too-you can buy a major piece or keep it simple with some elegant smelling soap for your home or as a gift.

The Colonial Trade Faire!
Double festival bonus!  This festival is held in conjunction with the Arts on the Green at the Oldham County History Center.  There is an 18th Century camp with settlers selling 18th century ware, music, cannon demonstrations and other on-going heritage demonstrations!  Art and history together!

The Food & Entertainment!
Various food vendors will be set up during the festival.  Enjoy BBQ, Greek food, ice cream, nuts and other delicious food. Festival goers can "wine down" with wine and beer while listening to music near the square's gazebo.

Main Street!
Downtown LaGrange has many unique stores and restaurants to also visit while you are at Arts on the Green!  Visit Addies Good(s) to see merchandise from 15 different countries or Gallery 104 to see other artwork.  Main Street also has antiques, consignment, toys, boutiques, coffee and so much more. It's worth the walk!  You might even see a train come down Main Street while you're there!

Arts on the Green is the first weekend in June, 10-5pm each day on the Courthouse Square in LaGrange.
Arts on the Green Facebook Page here.
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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

FREE Things to do in June in Oldham County, KY

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Soooo many FREE things to do in June in Oldham County! 

The Oldham County Public Library has a calendar packed full of fun EVERY day!  We highlighted a few events here on our list, but be sure to check out their calendar for the return of story times, special guests, family events and so much more! 

Also, check out our VBS List for more FREE fun!

Children in the Dell at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens in Crestwood every Saturday beginning June 3rd thru 8/26, 10:30-12pm, children are FREE with paid adult admission.

LaGrange Coffee Roasters Open Jam every Monday night 6:30-9pm
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THINGS TO DO!

6/2 Moana is playing at Christ Church at Goshen. 6-9:30pm, movie will start at dusk.  Free popcorn, games and bouncies. (Outdoors)

6/3-6/4 Arts on the Green in LaGrange 10-5pm each day. 150+ artists on the Courthouse green.

6/3-6/4 Colonial Trade Faire at the Oldham County Historical Society in LaGrange 10-4pm. Includes 18th Century camp, sutlers selling 18th century ware, music, cannon demonstration, on-going heritage skill demonstrations and more. This event is held in conjunction with Arts on the Green.

6/3 North Oldham Fire Department Open House in Goshen 11-2pm. Hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and drinks served  Bouncies, rappelling down the training tower and fire trucks on display, too!

6/3 Kids Fishing Derby at Wendell Moore Park in LaGrange 9-11am. For kids ages 1-15. Prizes awarded for the longest fish! No fishing license required.

6/5 Oldham County Public Library Summer Reading Program Kick-off Party 4-6pm at the Mahan Branch in Goshen. Face painting, food, crafts and a prize!

6/9 Sing is playing at Norton Commons in Prospect (Jefferson County) beginning promptly at dusk 8-10pm. (Outdoors)

6/10 Oldham County Public Library Summer Reading Program Kick-off Party 11am-2pm at the Main Branch in LaGrange.  Featuring Honey Hill Petting Zoo, Kentucky Science Center, games, music, sno-cones and more!

6/10 WAKY Live Broadcast from the LaGrange Farmer's Market, 10am-12pm Bobby Jack "one of Kentuckiana’s most recognizable radio personalities in the market" is coming to La Grange! Stop by to say hi, listen to music and win some great prizes! Stick around to peruse the booths at La Grange Farmer's Market and Artisans.

6/11 Yoga in the Park with The Center for Holistic Healing in Pewee Valley. 5-6pm

6/13 Lego Party for Adults at the Oldham County Public Library in Lagrange. 6-7:30pm

6/14 Silly Safaris (Live Animals) at the Oldham County Public Library Main Branch in LaGrange. 11am, 1pm & 6pm (First come, first serve.)

6/16 Beauty & the Beast is playing at the Oldham County Public Library Main Branch in LaGrange 1pm (Indoors)

6/17 Open Game Day at the Oldham County Public Library 1-5pm

6/20 Pub Style Trivia Night at the Oldham County Public Library (Adults only) 6pm

6/21 Wonder Wheels at the Oldham County Public Library Main Branch in LaGrange 11am & 2pm (Stunt BMX bike riders perform at the library!)

6/21 LaGrange Baptist Church Family Fun Night at the Courthouse Lawn in LaGrange 6-8pm  Food, games, inflatables and more fun!

6/24 Pickin' on the Porch at Knock on Wood Country Mercantile in Westport.  6-9pm.

6/24 Norton Commons Music by the Water Concert in Prospect (Jefferson County) with The Jimmy Lehoux Band & Southern Sirens, 6:30pm

6/25 Four Hills Church Family Fest in LaGrange 11am-3pm

6/28 Frazier History Museum "Tall Tales of Pecos Bill" at the Oldham County Public Library Main Branch in LaGrange 11am & 1pm.

6/30 Lego Batman is playing at the Oldham County Public Library Main Branch in LaGrange 1pm (Indoors)

6/30 Trackside Tunes in Downtown LaGrange with The Bottle Trees. 6:30-10pm
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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Shiver Shack in Crestwood, KY

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Did you try a cool shaved ice treat from Shiver Shack in Crestwood last summer?  They are opening for the season on Friday, June 2nd!

Shiver Shack has over 32 flavors to choose from and several different size options available.  Choose one of the combos they suggest or make your own!  A few of our favorites are: Tiger's Blood, Wedding Cake, Cotton Candy and The Patriot!

Kiddie 6oz for $2
Small 12oz for $3
Regular 16oz for $4
Large 24oz for $5
(Cash only.)

Make sure you get a punch card where every 10th shaved ice is FREE!

Shiver Shack is located in Crestwood Station on 146, near the new Taylor Orthodontics location and Chase Bank.  There are several umbrella covered picnic benches for guests. 

2017 SUMMER HOURS START JUNE 2ND:
Open 7 days a week 11:30am-9:30pm
*weather permitting

Go get your shiver on!
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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

5 Exciting Things About the Oldham County Library Summer Reading Program

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This post contains general information about the Summer Reading Program and 2017 dates.

Summer is just a few short weeks away! Kick it off with the Oldham County Public Library Summer Reading Program!

1. The Kick-Off Party!
Enjoy the fun-filled celebration on Saturday, June 10th 11am-2pm at the Main library in LaGrange!  Sign up for the Summer Reading Program, have fun interacting with the animals from Honey Hill Petting Zoo, activities with the Kentucky Science Center, listen to music, cool off with a sno-cone, play games and more! 
The Mahan Branch in Goshen is also celebrating on Monday, June 5th 4-6pm with face painting, fire trucks, crafts and more!
The kick-off parties, scheduled activities and programs are FREE!

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2. The Learning Experiences!
Our librarians sure know how to make reading and learning super fun!  They have a schedule jam-packed with different activities.  The 2017 Theme is "Build a Better World." Readers can sign up for some hands-on learning, stories and more.  There are different activities for different ages each week.  Program ages begin at babies all the way up to teens: Toddlers 2 and under, "Little Builders" 3-6, "Globe Trekkers Level 1" 6-9, "Globe Trekkers Level 2" 9-12. Adults, there are even cool programs planned for you!
Crazy 8's is new this year! This Summer math enrichment program is for ages 6-11.  Book Besties, Paws to Read and Kindergarten Programs will be available for sign ups too.
*Special tip for families: sign ups are required for some of these programs and they usually open one week prior to each class.  Check the website early in the morning or watch Facebook!

3. The Special Guests!
Expect to see popular guests return like Madcap Puppets and Silly Safaris.  There are some new guests too - we won't give too much away, but expect to be amazed by some cool tricks, see a theater show, learn some history and maybe see some sea creatures!  *Special tip for families: Some of these shows are first come, first serve, so make sure you watch the schedule and arrive early!

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Not only is reading beneficial for development and continuous learning over the summer break, but the kids get rewarded for their effort!  Each reader that completes the program will be entered to win a prize and also receive a packet full of great coupons and freebies from around the area.  Some businesses include Hometown Pizza, The Kentucky Science Center, MegaQuest and Dairy Queen!
Celebrate some more at the pool parties at the Oldham County Aquatic Center!  Pool parties are scheduled the 2017 summer by elementary schools for July 24th, July 26th & July 31st.  Make sure you get a pass for your pool party date!  (The parties, of course, include preschool, homeschool, private and nearby county schools, too.)

5. More and More Fun!
We love that the program includes evening and drop-in activities with such things as crafts, legos, family story time, open maker lab and more.  Everyone loves a good indoor movie when it's just too hot or gloomy outside.  The library has some great films lined up!  *Special tip for families: get comfy during the movie!  Bring some blankets, pillows and snacks.  Enjoy that time together!

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Monday, May 22, 2017

A to Z Guide to Summer Fun in Oldham County, KY

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Arts on the Green & Colonial Trade Faire on June 3-4 in downtown LaGrange!

Butterfly Day & Pet Day on August 5th and Family Fun Day on July 16th at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve in Goshen!

Celebrate the 4th of July at Wendell Moore Park in LaGrange!

Dive into the pool at the Aquatic Center in LaGrange! See our swim lesson list!

Eat out! Check out our Kids Eat Free list!

Fish at Wendell Moore Park in LaGrange during the Kid's Fishing Derby on June 3rd!

Get your game (and reading) on! Participate in the Oldham County Public Library reading program.

Head to one of the many playgrounds in Oldham County!  Try disc golf at Wendell Moore Park!

Indulge in a frozen treat from the Shiver Shack in Crestwood!

Jump at All About Kids Sports Center in Crestwood or Power and Grace in Prospect.

Kick back and relax at the Pewee Valley Summer Festival on August 5th!

LaGrange Farmers Market every Saturday morning on Main Street.

Make believe you are royalty at Sisters Tea Parlor and Boutique in Buckner!

Nature walk at one of the many trails on our Hiking and Walking Trails list!

Obstacle course fun with Mighty Titan Adventures on July 29th in Buckner or try a family-friendly road race. See our list here.

Parade watch in downtown LaGrange on Oldham County Day on July 15th.

Quads Cars will be set up on Main Street in LaGrange every 4th Saturday of the month.

Rock out at one of the many Summer Concerts!  Check out our Outdoor Concerts list.

Sign up for a Vacation Bible School! See our VBS list!

Try a Summer Camp! See our list here!

Unplug from electronics and try or watch something new at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center in Crestwood.

Visit a farm in Oldham County.  Check out our Animal Encounters list.

Watch a family-friendly movie together!  See our list of FREE Summer Movies!

X-change books at the Little Library at Knock on Wood Country Mercantile in Westport. Enjoy lunch and a sweet treat while you're there, too!

Yew Dell Gardens' Hummingbird Festival in August in Crestwood!  Children in the Dell every Saturday, too!

Zip around on rides at the Oldham County Fair August 1-5 at the Oldham County Fairgrounds in LaGrange.
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