Louisville Magazine

AUG 2015

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.15 13 A sampling of local businesses who are LIBA members. For a complete, searchable list, download our app or visit keeplouisvilleweird.com/directory Louisville Visitors Center 301 S. 4th St., (502) 379-6109 gotolouisville.com Find all the information you need to be a tourist in your own hometown. Wiltshire Pantry 901 Barrett Ave., (502) 581-8561 wiltshirepantry.com Inspired catering, dining & bakery. Our café & bakery in the Highlands serves light breakfast & lunch items; Wiltshire on Market has a weekly rotating menu with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients. Passionist Earth & Spirit Center 1924 Newburg Rd., (502) 452-2749 The Earth & Spirit Center ofers classes & opportunities that support sustainable living including mindfulness meditation, Camp Odyssey for kids, aging classes, Enneagram, Environmental Justice Tours. Modern Cult Records 2001 Frankfort Ave., (502) 899-2509 moderncultrecords.com We are a locally owned and operated record store in the Clifton neighborhood. We sell new & used records, compact discs, books, record players and accessories. Willow Oak Counseling 125 Fairfax Ave., (502) 882-0225 willowoakcounseling.com Willow Oak Counseling ofers individual, couple, and family counseling to create strength and health in relationships and during times of life transition. Louisville Brewfest Friday, September 25, 4 p.m.-11 p.m. Louisville Slugger Field, 401 E. Main St. Beer is a magical thing, especially when it's all independent. The Brewfest features all independent, all local and regional beer, wine and bourbon, as well as food. A silent auction and the BREWSEUM (presenting the history of Louisville craft beer), plus 6,000 of your favorite friends makes for a special event. keeplouisvilleweird.com for more info. We've come a long way since John Timmons caught the public's attention by putting up a billboard saying 'Keep Louisville Weird' in 2005. We've grown to 750 members, published almost half a million Buy Local Guides over the years, and celebrated buying local with thousands of people every year at the Buy Local Fair and the Brewfest. Most importantly, LIBA has encouraged everyone to view ourselves as members of a community, rather than merely as consumers. Supporting local businesses gives our city our unique favor, our weirdness, and it also reinvests $55 into the community for every $100 spent. Our celebration continues as we unveil a brand new logo. It's clean and simple, and emphasizes the essence of our mission: 'independent' and 'buy local.' (Of course, 'keep Louisville weird' will remain a favorite slogan to use!) A short video introduces the new logo and highlights the independent businesses that have made LIBA successful. Take a gander at keeplouisvilleweird.com. Pool Construction, Services & Supplies and Big Green Egg Retailer Retail locations in Middletown: (502) 245-1262 Crestwood: (502) 241-2263 suntimepoolswest.com Hand Crafted Gourmet Ice Cream 841 S Hurstbourne Pkwy Louisville, KY 40222 (502) 409-6602 thearcticscoop.com Catering and Demonstrations Many options including non-dairy, low-fat, sugar-free, allergen-free and Kosher LIBA Partner Pages

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