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AUG 2016

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.16 133 nawbolouisville.org Luncheon: $25/member, $40/guest Register at www.nawbolouisville.org NAWBO Business Showcase & Luncheon Thursday, August 11th The Olmsted 3701 Frankfort Avenue 9:30-11:30 a.m. Business Showcase: FREE entry with business card 11:30-1:00 p.m. Luncheon with Guest Speaker Lesa Seibert, CEO of Mightily & Xstreme Media strokekyin.org The Kentucky and Southern Indiana Stroke Association Presents: The Annual Extravaganza Tasting Event Please join us for an evening of area restaurant food and spirit sampling while helping raise funds for STROKE A ARENESS & EDUCATION Tuesday, August 23rd 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Olmsted (502) 499-5757 Call to order tickets! ($65) KsiStrokeAssoc@aol.com www.strokekyin.org Find us on Facebook at Kentucky and Southern Indiana Stroke Association. Join Mistress of Ceremonies TAMARA EVANS, of Bandy Carroll Hellige, in recognizing our 2016 Honorees for bringing awareness to the dangers and warning signs of stroke. Our 2016 Honorees: roxtell 8 "Kentucky By Design: The Decorative Arts and American Culture" at the Frazier History Museum (Aug. 4-Feb. 12, 2017). 9 "Building with Biology: Should We Engineer the Mosquito?" examines the science and ethics of attempting to reduce malaria transmission, at the Kentucky Science Center. Denny Laine of Wings and Moody Blues at the New Vintage. 10 Louisville City FC vs. Harrisburg City Islanders at Slugger Field. Louisville Ballet and Kentucky Shakespeare perform Shakespeare in Dance at Central Park. Back to school! 11 Star Trek: Boldly Going Way Too Far parodies the original at the Alley Theater (Aug. 4-20). 12 Louisville Film Society hosts Voters' Choice Film Night at the Belvedere. Foxhollow Farm Sunset Concert Series: the Music of Beck, with Cheyenne Mize and Curio Key Club. Bicentennial Park summer concert series in New Albany. 13 The Whisky Chicks and the Bourbon Brotherhood join forces for the Bourbon Mixer at the Gillespie to benefit the Coalition for the Homeless. James Bond in Spectre at Iroquois Amphitheater. Car raffles, handmade quilts, cake walks: It's St. Joe's Picnic at St. Joseph's Children's Home (Aug. 12 & 13). 14 Nashville songwriter Andrew Combs at Zanzabar. 15 "Julius Friedman: Fifty Year Retrospective" features the Louisville artist's iconic posters and more at the Frazier History Museum (Aug. 1-Oct. 9). 16 Jenny Lewis of Rilo Kiley at Headliners. 17 Rickie Lee Jones at the Kentucky Center. A group of women meet every week in an abandoned church after the loss of their friend in The Hallelujah Girls at Derby Dinner Playhouse (Aug 17- Oct. 2). Beach House at Headliners.

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