Louisville Magazine

JUL 2016

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106 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.16 This frst-ever pet cover contest, held in partnership with Feeders Supply, invites pets of all kinds, shapes and sizes to compete for the chance to be featured on the cover of our September issue. The top 20 contestants, as determined by the staff of Louisville Magazine, will be posted on Louisville.com for visitors to vote for their favorite. Go to Louisville.com to enter your pet! Submissions are open until July 4. You can begin voting for our fnalists July 9-24! Prizes include: Finalists- $25 Feeders Supply gift card Winner- $100 Feeders Supply gift card, custom Feeders Supply gift basket, and will be featured on the cover of Louisville Magazine's September issue. L O U I S V I L L E M A G A Z I N E ' S C VER PET C NTEST Contest Rules Entrants must be over the age of 18. Only three submissions allowed per person. Each submission must be of a different pet, no double entries of the same pet. Photos should be those taken by the pet owners. (Do not submit professional or other photos that may be copyrighted.) By entering a photo, you agree that it can be used in Louisville Magazine, on Louiville.com, or in promotion of the pets issue. Presented by 21 Rye Back Porch Sessions features Brenda, this year with an after party at Galaxie's outerSPACE. The Sharks and the Jets are at it in West Side Story, at JCC's CenterStage (July 7-24). 22 Shirley MacLaine and John Forsythe star in The Trouble With Harry, part of the Hitchcock series at the Palace. 23 Bard-A-Thon — all three of Kentucky Shakespeare's rotating plays (Romeo and Juliet, The Winter's Tale and The Two Gentlemen of Verona) in one night at Central Park. Michael Franti and Spearhead at Iroquois Amphitheater. 24 Louisville Film Society's Flyover Film Festival features several new works, including The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry, about the writer and farmer's land-stewardship and local-economy values, produced by Gill Holland, Owsley Brown III, Nick Offerman, Robert Redford, Terence Malick and others (July 24-29). 25 Star Wars: The Force Awakens at Iroquois Amphitheater. 26 Dollar hot dogs and Pepsi during the Bats game at Slugger Field. 27 This could be our favorite Waterfront Wednesday of the summer: Lucius, Brett Dennen and Kaleo on the Big Four Lawn. Coldplay at the Yum Center. 28 Oklahoma roots singer- songwriter John Moreland at Headliners. 29 Flyover Film Festival presents Sound In Motion: Louisville's Music On Stage & Screen, part of Family Film Night on the Belvedere. 30 Two days of rock, punk and metal during Dead Fest at Tim Faulkner Gallery (July 30 & 31). 31 If you haven't picked up a Cultural Pass from the library yet, now's the time to do so if you want to visit the city's museums and other attractions for free (July 1-Aug. 6). Or, just check out your summer reading — a couple more weeks and it's back to school.

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