Louisville Magazine

NOV 2018

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Norton Commons Holiday Open House December 1 • 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Make plans to attend the annual Norton Commons Holiday Open House on Saturday, December 1! Our independent boutiques will be open all day celebrating with festive specials and promotions. When you need a break, our award-winning restaurants and bars will serve up delicious eats and thirst-quenching cocktails. That evening, in exchange for a donation of a new, unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots, you can grab a photo with the "real" Santa, from 4-7p.m., or enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride around our scenic town center, from 5-7p.m. And don't forget about our holiday tree lot with fresh-cut trees, wreaths and garland. With over 65 independent businesses all within easy walking distance, you won't want to miss this wonderful opportunity to shop local this holiday season! Visit and see why Norton Commons really is the community with More Life Per Square Foot®. Norton Commons (502) 412-5085 | nortoncommons.com Light Up Middletown Light Up Middletown will be held on historic Main Street, on November 30, 2018. The actual "lighting" will occur in Wetherby Park, 11803 Old Shelbyville Road, next door to Middletown City Hall. Santa will arrive on his sleigh at 6 p.m. to flip the switch to Light up Middletown. Shortly thereafter, he will make his way up to the Middletown Community Center, 11700 Main Street. He can't wait to hear what's on every child's wish list. There will be giveaways for the ladies, music, free food and a Holiday Bazaar in Celebration Hall, 11711 Main Street, so you can shop for those "special" holiday gifts and décor items. A fun time will be had by everyone. This event is sponsored by the City of Middletown and the Middletown Chamber of Commerce. City of Middletown For more info, call Middletown City Hall at (502) 245-2762 or the Chamber office at (502) 245-0404.

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