(Photo: Julius Friedman)SPOTLIGHT: GRACE AND FORM
Actors Theatre of Louisville, 316 W. Main St., presents an exhibition of work by Julius Friedman and Cheryl Chapman. Photographer Friedman’s part of the show is the result of a year-and-a-half collaboration with dancer Erica de la O. The opening reception takes place on Friday, Sept. 7, during the First Friday Trolley Hop, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. The exhibit will be on display in Actor’s art gallery until September 26. For more information, call (502) 584-1205 or visit ActorsTheatre.org. (Downtown)

Jefferson Memorial Forest, 11311 Mitchell Hill Road, 9 a.m.-Noon, $10. Map and landscape reading are skills every outdoorsy person needs. This program (Orienteering I) equips participants with the skills necessary to read and interpret topographic maps and locate destinations. This in-field set of exercises is truly a hands-on learning experience for ages 12 and up. The program meets in the Horine Reservation. For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Fairdale)

Louisville Water Tower, 3005 River Road, 5 p.m.-11 p.m. (Sat. and Sun.); 2 p.m.-7 p.m. (Mon.), Cost TBD. Come and enjoy live Bluegrass music, great food, arts and crafts vendors, and free parking. No food, drink or pets allowed! Lawn chairs and blankets welcome. For more information, call (502) 583-0333 or visit www.bisig.com. (Crescent Hill)

Locust Grove, 561 Blankenbaker Lane, 1 p.m., $5 ($3 for Friends of Locust Grove). Genealogist, author and Locust Grove volunteer Betty Southard Stokes will take you through the genealogy website Ancestry.com as she traces William Croghan’s genealogy. Croghan founded Locust Grove in 1790. His wife Lucy Clark Croghan was the sister of William Clark (of the Lewis and Clark Expedition) and George Rogers Clark, Croghan’s former surveying partner. Attendees will enjoy a “share session” of creative ways to engage children, parents and grandparents with their ancestors and their family stories. Reservations are not required. For more information, call (502) 897-9845 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Blankenbaker)

Unity of Louisville, 757 S. Brook St., 8:15 p.m., $15 (suggested offering). Unity of Louisville is hosting its first “Blissful Gathering,” an interactive concert/Kirtan/multi-media event. Songs and chants will be performed with Unity of Louisville Director of Music Phillip Crowther on guitar and vocal accompaniment by Lisa Wilbanks. Four Bliss light projectors will create a backdrop of thousands of laser star lights and cosmic cloud effects. Everyone will be invited to join in the songs or to simply relax in the gentle atmosphere of the music and lights. For more information, call (502) 583-5559 or visit unityoflouisville.org. (Old Louisville)


21c Museum (Gallery two), 700 West Main St., 7 p.m., Free.
The Kentucky School of Art Visiting Artist Program and 21c Museum present a lecture by Eve Sussman, an artist who incorporates film, video, installation, sculpture and photography into her work. In 2003, she began working under the rubric Rufus Corporation. Rufus has evolved into a think tank of performers, artists, musicians, writers and programmers who have collaborated on films and artworks. Under the direction of Sussman, the company created “89 seconds at Alcázar,” “The Rape of the Sabine Women,” “Yuri’s Office” and “whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir,” an experimental film noir. More information at (877) 217-6400 or www.21cmuseumhotels.com. (Downtown)

(Photo: Courtesy, The Morton Center)SPOTLIGHT:  THE MORTON CENTER OPEN HOUSE
On Friday, Sept. 7, The Morton Center will kick off a series of fundraising events called “28/28” with an open house. Stop by 1028 Barret Ave. between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. to tour The Morton Center and learn more about the facility. Brown-Forman is the presenting sponsor of 28/28 – a nod to the 28 years of service by The Morton Center and the 28 sponsors, hosts and restaurants participating in the events. The series will include private parties, informal gatherings and dinners at local restaurants. Proceeds from the events will help provide treatment subsidies for individuals and families struggling with alcoholism and other addictions. For a complete schedule, go to www.themortoncenter.org/events/28-28/ or follow The Morton Center on Facebook at www.facebook.com/themortoncenter.  For more information, contact Sarah Disney at (502) 451-1221 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Highlands)

Downtown Art Zone, Main and Market streets, 5 p.m.-11 p.m., Free. This monthly event showcases the art galleries on East Market and other parts of downtown. Park the car and ride the trolley to various locations to enjoy the exhibits. (Also see the “Grace and Form” spotlight in this calendar.) For more information, call (502) 583-1671 or www.firstfridaytrolleyhop.com. (Nulu/Downtown)

Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center, 201 Reservoir Ave., 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Free. Celebrate the new school year at the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center. All families are welcome to attend. Enjoy free pizza, drinks, cookies and swimming, plus make an ID for your child with LMPD.  For more information, contact the 9th District office at (502) 574-1109 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Crescent Hill)

City of Wellington, along Bards-town Road across from the Gardiner Lane Shopping Center, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Free. The City of Wellington will host a city-wide yard sale between Bardstown Road and Bon Air Avenue; streets include Brighton, Manchester, Wadsworth, Wendell (2200 block), Lowell (3000 and 3100 blocks), Kipling Way (3000 block) and Spencer Avenue. For more information, visit www.neighborhoodlink.com/Wellington. (Wellington)

Corner of Texas and Burnett, 8:30 a.m., Free. Schnitzelburg Area Community Council will host its annual yard sale. There will be plenty for all to see and buy. For more information, contact Susan at (502) 759-7132.  (Germantown/Schnitzelburg)

South Louisville, 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Free. Everyone is invited to
park their cars and take a trolley ride to some of the South End’s
best attractions. Stops include The Little Loomhouse, Jefferson Memorial Forest, Auburndale and Outer Loop shopping areas, and Iroquois Park and Amphitheater. The highlight of September’s hop is the 82nd Fairdale Community Fair, which takes place Sept. 7-8. Other stops feature special sales, classes and entertainment. Plus, the Iroquois Amphitheater, 1080 Amphitheater Road, will offer a free showing of “Zookeeper” at 7:30 p.m. The movie stars Kevin James with animal voices by Adam Sandler, Sylvester Stallone and Cher. For more information, visit facebook.com/NewCutCorridorTrolleyHopComing?ref=ts. (Iroquois)

Mellwood Art Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave., 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Free. The 4th Annual September Art Fair @ Mellwood takes place on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 8 and 9. The art fair is a family-friendly event, featuring new and returning artists in both indoor and outdoor spaces, live entertainment, and a children’s arts and crafts tent. For more information, visit www.mellwoodartcenter.com or call (502) 895-3650. (Clifton)

Wilkinson House, 1701 Evergreen Road, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat.); 10 a.m.-7 p.m. (Tues., Thur.); and Noon-5 p.m. (Sun.), $10-$15. The 39th annual Bellarmine University Women’s Council Designers’ Show House is the Wilkinson House, a 1951 Georgian style home designed by noted architect Frederic Morgan. The home has undergone a complete renovation and restoration, and will be open to the public Sept. 8-23. Proceeds benefit the Bellarmine Student Financial Aid Fund. More information at www.bellarmine.edu/womenscouncil or (502) 272-8105. (Anchorage)

Between Market Street and Nanny Goat Strut Alley (next to Salvo Collective, 216 S. Shelby St.), Noon-6 p.m., Free. The Flea Off Market is a monthly outdoor bazaar that comes to life on the second Saturday of each month in the Nulu area. It features vendors of all stripes, with books, records, bicycles, antiques, cool old junk, used tools, fine arts and crafts, and more. Food is provided by local food trucks. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit facebook.com/thefleaoffmarket. (Nulu/Downtown)

Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Whitney Hall, 8:30 p.m., Tickets start at $25. Join the celebration of the triumphant return of the Louisville Orchestra! The opening night extravaganza will feature classics and pops – together for the first time – as the entire Orchestra family unites on stage to honor the launch of the 75th season. Pianist Jeremy Denk makes his Louisville Orchestra debut in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 25, with Jorge Mester conducting.  At intermission, a special celebration of Bob Bernhardt’s 30th anniversary with the Louisville Orchestra will take place in the main lobby. In the second half, Bernhardt will conduct as Las Vegas master entertainer Steve Lippia pays a pops tribute to the great American song book, with hits from Sinatra, Tony Bennett and more. More information at www.louisvilleorchestra.org or (502) 587-8681. (Downtown)

Locust Grove, 561 Blankenbaker Lane, 1:15 p.m., Free. Volunteer Jennifer McCormick leads a tour of the 30 acres of Locust Grove that are wooded. Learn about native species and those introduced by settlers, and see traces of the past as you follow the trails. For more information, call (502) 897-9845 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Blankenbaker)

The Farnsley-Moremen Landing, 7410 Moorman Road, 2 p.m., $5. Come to the Riverside Visitors Center for a workshop on the cosmetic uses of herbs. This workshop will focus on skin creams, salves and lip balm using herbal blends from your own garden! All materials will be provided for this “make and take” workshop. To register, call (502) 935-6809 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Riverside)

Tyler Park, 4 p.m.- 6 p.m., Free. 
Join the Tyler Park Neighborhood Association for “Sundays in September,” a jazz series held in the lower part of Tyler Park every Sunday in September after Labor Day. This year, four concerts will be held that are family-friendly, free and open to the public. The lineup includes Jamey Aebersold Quartet on September 9, Walker & Kays on September 16, Mike Tracy Brazilian Ensemble on September 23, and University of Louisville Jazz Ensemble directed by John La Barbera on September 30. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and a picnic (no dogs, please) and enjoy some great jazz. The Comfy Cow will sell ice cream and donate a portion of the proceeds to the festival. (Highlands)
Jeffersontown Gaslight Square, Taylorsville Road and Watterson Trail, 6 p.m.-10 p.m., Free. The Gaslight Festival is a week long celebration that includes an arts and crafts extravaganza on historic Gaslight Square. The event features local artisans, live entertainment, commercial exhibits, food, beverages and more. Attractions include a motorcycle rally and car show, plus a 5K walk/run, the festival parade and a balloon glow. For a schedule of events, call (502) 267-1674 or visit www.jtownchamber.com. (Jeffersontown)

AUDUBON PARK GARDEN CLUB Audubon Park City Hall, 3340 Robin Road, 1 p.m., Free. This is the regular meeting of the Audubon Park Garden Club. This month’s program is “Autumn Container Gardens” by Jeff Wallitsch of Wallitsch Nursery & Garden Center. Visitors are welcome. For more information, call (502) 634-4921 or (502) 635-7322. (Audubon Park)

Louisville Visual Arts Association, 3005 River Road, 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m., $40 members/$60 non-members. The Louisville Visual Arts Association is offering “Figure Drawing,” a five-week class with Claudia Hammer, and “Containers Clay Class,” a six-week class with renowned ceramic artist Suzy Hatcher. Classes meet every Monday through October. For more information, visit www.louisvillevisualart.org or call (502) 896-2146. (Crescent Hill)

Brandeis Elementary School, 2817 W. Kentucky St., 6 p.m.-8 p.m., Free. Whether you have a big idea for the city, or a small problem in your own neighborhood, the “Talk to Greg” meetings are a chance to bring it up directly with Mayor Greg Fischer and other city officials. The meetings with citizens are held every other month on the second Monday of the month at locations throughout the city.  In between sessions, citizens can connect with the mayor on Facebook by going to “Mayor Greg Fischer” and on Twitter to @louisvillemayor. For more information, visit www.louisvilleky.gov or call MetroCall at 311 or (502) 574-5000. (California)

Seneca Golf Course, 2300 Pee Wee Reese Road, 1:30 p.m., $65 per player ($260 per team). The Ancient Order of Hibernians hosts the Irish for Kids Golf Scramble in support of Boys’ and Girls’ Haven. Mulligans are available – two for $10. Raffle tickets will also be on sale for chances to win donated prizes. “Closest to the Pin” prizes will be awarded on all par 3s. For more information, call Rob Fallahay at (502) 262-8192 or Mike Burke at (502) 291-0260. (Seneca Gardens)

In addition to national and local jug band acts, the festival will feature free workshops on playing the jug and other objects. Here, participants are taught how to play the saw. (Photo: brianbohannon.com)SPOTLIGHT:  NATIONAL JUG BAND JUBILEE
The 8th Annual National Jug Band Jubilee returns to the Brown-Forman Amphitheater in Waterfront Park on Saturday, Sept. 15, Noon-11 p.m. This free, all-day festival celebrates a pre-jazz style made popular in the early 1900s by Louisville musicians like Clifford Hayes, Earl McDonald and Sarah Martin. The festival draws musicians from all over the country. In addition to the music, the Jubilee will include food vendors, a beer and wine booth, and workshops for adults and children. The Oldham County History Center will also share a few items from its “Bottoms Up: J. C. Barnett Whiskey Jug Exhibit.” The history center has 469 whiskey jugs collected by the late J. Chilton Barnett. The entire $80,000 collection is on display at the Oldham County History Center in LaGrange (www.oldhamcountyhistoricalsociety.org). For more festival information, visit www.jugbandjubilee.com. (Downtown)

Downtown Louisville, Map and Shuttle at 401 S. Fourth St. (at Liberty), 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Louisville Downtown Management District is hosting its annual Downtown Louisville Living Tour, and showcasing more than 10 condos, lofts and apartments. Free shuttle service is provided and members of the Louisville Downtown Residents Association will be on hand to share their experiences of living downtown. More information at (502) 583-1671 or www.ldmd.org. (Downtown)

The Farnsley-Moremen Landing, 7410 Moorman Road, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., $6 (adults); $5 (seniors ages 60+); $3 (children ages 6-12) or $15 (family rate for two adults with up to three children). Come celebrate “100 Years on the Ohio: A Living Timeline of Louisville’s First Century.” Experience the history of Louisville’s first century with historical re-enactors representing each period from 1765 to 1865. Special presentations from Abraham Lincoln (as performed by Dennis Boggs) and “The Doctor,” a late 18th century practitioner of medicine, as well as others, will be given. Plus, an early 1860s baseball game between the Cincinnati Buckeyes and the Cincinnati Red Stockings will take place at 1 p.m.  Admission includes a tour of the 1837 Farnsley-Moremen House.  More information at (502) 935-6809 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Riverside)

Gary’s on Spring, 204 S. Spring St., 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Free. Come down and groove to the First Annual Roots Fest in Irish Hill. Live local music is on deck with Appalachian-Latin fusion band Appalatin along with Louisville Blues, Blues Chasers and Bluegrass Messengers. There will be local art and crafts, a kids’ craft tent, delicious food from Gary’s on Spring, Four Roses Bourbon tastings and craft beer. Bring a lawn chair, the kids, grandparents, in-laws and your unwanted shoes; funds raised for the donated shoes will benefit WaterStep (formerly Edge Outreach), which helps provide safe drinking water to people in developing countries. For more information, visit www.IrishHillNeighbors.org. (Irish Hill)

St. Paul United Methodist Church, 2000 Douglass Blvd., 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Suggested donation $5 per vehicle. Electronics recycling by 2trg. The company is accepting all e-waste, including cell phones, computers, monitors, printers, ink cartridges, copiers/fax machines, video equipment, wires/cables/cords, PDAs, stereo components, and other electronic items not suitable for landfills, such as batteries and CFL light bulbs. There is an additional $5 recycling fee for TVs and CRT monitors. The event also includes paper/document shredding by A+ Paper Shredding. The Green Fair including vendors, exhibits, demonstrations and give-a-ways. Donations benefit Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light and Highlands Community Ministries. For more information, contact Carrie Burns (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) or David Garvin (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) or call (502) 459-1595. (Highlands)

Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, 501 W. Main St., Prices and times vary.  The annual IdeaFestival attracts leading and highly diverse thinkers from around the world to explore and celebrate innovation, imagination and cutting-edge ideas. The festival takes place from Monday, Sept. 17 to Friday, Sept. 21, with events from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day. Presenters will include Grammy-nominated singer Janelle Monae and computer scientist Richard DeMillo, who will discuss how American colleges and universities are evolving. For more information, visit www.ideafestival.com. (Downtown)

Fresh Start Growers Supply, 1007 E. Jefferson St., 7:30 p.m., $5 (suggested donation). PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network and show their work in public. It has turned into a massive global celebration, with events happening in hundreds of cities and inspiring creatives worldwide. PechaKucha Night Louisville events are organized by the Urban Design Studio, Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, and the Central Kentucky Chapter of the AIA. The goal of the events is to offer a public venue for people to meet and share their work and ideas in a relaxed social atmosphere. To learn more, visit www.pecha-kucha.org/night/louisville. (Downtown)

Jefferson Memorial Forest, 11311 Mitchell Hill Road, 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m., $6 per dog. Come out to the Jefferson Memorial Forest for an evening romp through the woods with your dog! Forest staff will lead owners and their pooches on a hike through the woods. Non-retractable leashes and good behavior are required; and please make sure your pet is up to date on their vaccinations. Meet in the Horine Reservation. Each participating dog receives a free sample of Milkbone Trail Mix for Dogs, while quantities last. To make a reservation, or for more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Fairdale)

The Louisville Zoo and Friends of the Zoo are collaborating on a new pledge walk to support endangered species. During the S.O.S. (Save Our Species) Walk, participants will enjoy a walk through the Zoo with special up-close encounters with animal ambassadors, free carousel rides, and post-walk fun including music by WAMZ, door prizes, special treats and a hit movie at sundown. For details, pledge levels and to register, visit louisvillezoo.org. (Audubon)
EP Tom Sawyer Park Arena, 3000 Freys Hill Road, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Free. The Highlands Community Ministries Senior Services Tai Chi class will perform the Yang Style 16 Posture Form. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call (502) 459-0132 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Westport)

A Reader’s Corner Bookstore, 2044 Frankfort Ave., 4 p.m. Free. A Reader’s Corner Bookstore will host a poetry reading featuring Tom Gibbs (“The Water Gospel”), Jim McGarrah (“Running the Voodoo Down, When the Stars Go Dark”), Danny O’Bryan, Brett Ralph (“Black Sabbatical”), Ron Whitehead (“The Storm Generation Manifesto” and “on parting, the wilderness poems”) and Kathy Yocum. More information at (502) 897-5578 or www.areaderscorner.com. (Clifton)

Ursuline Campus, 3105 Lexington Road, 7 p.m.-8:15 p.m., $75 for six sessions. The Angela Merici Center for Spirituality presents “Engaging the Spirit by Moving the Body,” a six-week course that uses a peaceful style of T’ai Chi as a pathway to spiritual connection. Classes take place on Thursdays, Sept. 27–Nov. 1. Register online at www.amcspirituality.org. For more information, call (502) 896-3945 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Crescent Hill)

From County Clare, Ireland, The Brock McGuire Band brings a wealth of experience and expertise to their performances. Awarded “Instrumental Band of the Decade” by Irish American News, the band continues to excite audiences everywhere. They will perform Sunday on the main stage. (Photo: courtesy, Louisville Irish Fest)SPOTLIGHT:  2012 LOUISVILLE IRISH FEST
The Louisville Irish Fest returns to Bellarmine University, 2001 Newburg Road, Sept. 28-30. The annual festival features Irish food and drinks, and Irish cultural exhibits, presentations and workshops. Music will be provided by Cincinnati’s Dulahan, Cloigheann, Derby Boys, Guilderoy Byrne, Keltricity, Chattering Magpies, Liam’s Fancy, Robert Tincher, Molly McGuires, Louisville Pipe Band, Dark Moll, Grey Larsen and Cindy Kallet, Maidens IV and the Brock McGuire Band.  Also, enjoy dancers from the McClanahan School of Irish Dance, plus a children’s area featuring hands-on activities. The fun starts on Friday, Sept. 28, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and continues Saturday, Sept. 29, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday, Sept., 30, 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for children 6-12 and seniors. Children under 6 get in free. More at LouisvilleIrishFest.com. (Highlands)

Frankfort, Mellwood and Story avenues, 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m., Free. Businesses in the Crescent Hill and Clifton neighborhoods open their doors at the end of each month for the F.A.T. Friday Trolley Hop. Ride the trolley to see art exhibits, sales and entertainment. For more information, visit www.fatfridayhop.org. (Clifton/Crescent Hill)

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 330 Hubbards Lane, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Sat.), Noon-4 p.m. (Sun.), Free. The public is invited to The Kentucky Orchid Society Annual Fall Show, September 29 and 30. Professional orchid displays and plants will be for sale. Admission and parking are free.  Photographers are welcome!
Rogers Street, between Baxter Avenue and Bishop Street, 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m., Free.  All are welcome to this family-friendly street dance featuring live music, contra dancing, food trucks and more. No prior contra dancing experience is necessary to participate; Local contra dancing group members will be there to gently guide everyone in the right direction. More information at (502) 583-0075 or www.gildasclublouisville.org. (Highlands)

Locust Grove, 561 Blankenbaker Lane, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., $6 ($3 for children 6-12). This annual antiques market features professional dealers from the South and Midwest displaying their wares on the lawn at Historic Locust Grove. In addition to American country antiques, the show features formal furniture, books, ephemera, ceramics, jewelry and silver, plus a talk by quilt expert Shelly Zegart in the auditorium at 2:30 p.m. Admission includes a tour of the historic home. Concessions are available. Proceeds support the continued operation and preservation of Historic Locust Grove. For more information, call (502) 897-9845 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (Blankenbaker)

Louisville Slugger Field, 401 E. Main St., 2 p.m.-6 p.m., Free. Women, bring the men in your life to “Men’s Health: A Family Affair,” a health screening event hosted by Norton Healthcare’s Centers for Prevention & Wellness. Enjoy food and prize drawings, plus financial tips, career advice and other resources to promote mind, body and spirit. Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing is also available; preregistration is recommended by calling (502) 629-1234. More information at NortonHealthcare.com/MensHealth. (Downtown)

Parents of high school juniors and seniors take note! Representatives from Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority will be at the Bon Air Library, 2816 Del Rio Place, on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 6:15 p.m. They will discuss how to pay for college, including the ins and outs of filling out FASFAs and applying for scholarships, grants and loans.

Join Mark Forman of Breaking New Grounds to learn the basics of composting, as well as the positive impact that “turning waste into wealth” can have on our community. Breaking New Grounds removes over 150 tons of organic waste from the Louisville-area waste stream per year. This material, which would otherwise languish in anaerobic heaps in public landfills, is turned into rich, fertile soil. The talk will take place at the Highlands/Shelby Park Library, 1250 Bardstown Road, on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 7 p.m.

The Fairdale Library, 10616 W. Manslick Road, will host a workshop introducing the finer points of using Facebook, including safety, privacy, commenting, image sharing and etiquette. The session takes place Thursday, Sept. 13, at 5 p.m. Stay for the optional one-hour workshop for a little extra help after the class.

Are you thinking about buying an eReader device? Do you have a device but aren’t sure how to find and download eBooks from the Louisville Free Public Library? Throughout the month of September, various library branches will hold classes to help patrons navigate the book downloading process. Just bring your devices and discover eBooks resources available from the library.  An optional one-hour workshop after the class will offer extra help.

For more information on these events, or any others at the Louisville Free Public Library’s 18 branches, visit www.lfpl.org or call (502) 574-1611.

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