Join us for a walking tour of the Clifton neighborhood, adjacent to Crescent Hill, which includes the historic 1883 building on the grounds of the American Printing House for the Blind. On the two-hour, three-mile tour, we'll find evidence of the evolution of the area from a sparsely populated rural community in 1830 to a densely settled urban Louisville neighborhood. Tour will start at Crescent Hill Library and be lead by representatives of the American Printing House for the Blind. Bring comfortable walking shoes and call 502-574-1793 to register. Limit 25.
Please join us for a question and answer session with St Matthews City Council members. Bring your questions for discussion and get a chance to meet and speak with these local lawmakers. All are welcome!
The Clifton Community Council invites everyone to attend a video presentation of 43 historic photos of the Clifton neighborhood dating from 1894 to 1948. Many of the photos depict scenes along Frankfort Avenue along with photos from The Tollhouse and KY School for the Blind. The historic photos were acquired in 1993 from the University of Louisville Photographic Archives, Filson Club, and through donations from Clifton residents. They were originally exhibited at Clifton's Pizza from 1993 to 2019, and last year were moved to United Crescent Hill Ministries.
Come visit Western Library for a presentation and discussion on little-known historical, innovative, and/or cultural contributions made by African-Americans. Each month will cover a different topic or genre. You will be inspired by their stories! This month’s topic: Beauty & Fashion Innovators.
Learn to plot coordinates and compass directions directly onto a topographical paper map to plan your own routes with Jefferson County Search Dog Association.
English Conversation Club allows English language learners to practice English with volunteers of native or near-native fluency. For English language learners, ECC is a great way to practice English while getting to know their neighbors and American culture. Volunteers in turn can meet their new neighbors and help new Louisvillians feel welcome. For more information email Ahmed.Farah@lfpl.org, or call 502-574-1720