Louisville Magazine

FEB 2019

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 2.19 15 LIBA Partner Pages A sampling of local businesses who are LIBA members. For a complete, searchable list, download our app or visit keeplouisvilleweird.com/directory The Spinsters Union of Louisville 876-3699, spinstersunion.com The Spinsters Union of Louisville is a collective of Louisville's best gender non-conforming and women DJs and producers. We are here to claim our space, kick butt, and make every room feel safe and sound perfect. Sweets by Millie 223 S. Hancock, 551-7311, sweetsbymillie.com Sweets by Millie is Louisville's boutique bakery specializing in wedding cakes and decorated cookies Centerstone of Kentucky 3717 Taylorsville Rd, 459-5292 ext. 7105, centerstone.org Work Matters, is a program of Centerstone of Kentucky (formerly Seven Counties Services). Centerstone is a large non- profit organization specializing in intellectual/developmental disabilities services, emotional and behavioral health and substance abuse. Sadie Makes 4 2246 Frankfort Avenue, 822-3811, sadiemakes4.com A different kind of kids' store: gifts, toys, books, plus coffee and a play space! Affordable Kitchen and Bath 1760 Frankfort Ave, 889-6833, akblouisville.com Affordable Kitchen & Bath is a one-stop shop that gives customers the option to refinish, reface or replace. Whatever your budget, large or small, let us turn your dreams into an affordable reality! Sunday, May 19, noon-6 p.m. Louisville Water Tower Park One thing most people love about Louisville is that we get to experience all the seasons. And now, like it or not, we are in the middle of winter. Warm and cozy are two words that are near to our hearts at this time of year. While the word "purchasing" isn't a word that screams 'warm and cozy', we at LIBA think that the words "buying local" do. Think about some of your recent experiences making a purchase. Clicking the mouse on a website? Walking in from the back 40 of a big box store parking lot? Or coming into a welcoming business, asking the business owners their opinions, finding the perfect item or service to meet your needs? Buying local supports the businesses that are unique to our community, which helps us have a sense of place. In other words, a sense of home. And that makes us feel warm and cozy! Louisville Independent Business Alliance: (502) 473-4687 keeplouisvilleweird.com jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com Think spring! Our biggest event of the year features a marketplace of more than 180 booths from local businesses, musicians, artist and craftspeople, chefs, community organizations, and farmers. The event will also include live music, craft beer, bourbon, brandy and wine, food trucks, cooking competition, a silent auction, and kids area. the best read on the city SUBSCRIBE $22/year call 502.625.0100 • Luxurious Bathrooms • Expert Craftsmanship • Genuine Customer Service DesignerBuildersKY.com

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