Louisville Magazine

APR 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 4.19 15 A sampling of local businesses who are LIBA members. For a complete, searchable list, download our app or visit keeplouisvilleweird. com/directory Yew Dell Botanical Gardens 6220 Old Lagrange Rd., 241-4788, yewdellgardens.org Sixty acre botanical garden and arboretum. Open all year. Hours are seasonal, please call. Monnik Beer Company 1036 E Burnett Ave., 742-6564, monnikbeer.com Schnitzelburg's oldest brewery. MERF (Musician's Emergency Relied Fund) 939-8029, louisvillelivemusic.com Founded in 1981, MERF grants financial and resource assistance to Kentuckiana music industry professionals in times of need and emergency crisis. Edenside Gallery 1422 Bardstown Rd., 459-2787, edensidegallery.com Edenside offers an eclectic collection of art, craft, and jewelry. Winner of 10 Best of Louisville Awards. Open daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Jenpale 10454-B Bluegrass Pkwy., 791-9300, jenpale.com We are a full service group health & employee benefits agency. We specialize in health, life, disability, dental, vision, and voluntary coverages. Sunday, May 19, noon-6 p.m. Louisville Water Tower Park 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 kidpreneur marketplace, silent auction, and kids fun area. Think of your favorite restaurant. How about your favorite shop? And who keeps you coming back for great service? We'll bet it's a homegrown business. Independent, locally-owned businesses are essential to a vital local economy and Louisville's community character. They're owned by our friends and neighbors, or maybe even by you. Independent businesses are the backbone of local economies, civic life, local charities, and wealth creation for millions of citizens, as well as a training ground for future generations of entrepreneurs. When you shift your spending to more local independents, you keep the home fires burning: $55 of every $100 spent stays right here (only $14 when it's a chain). So think of yourself as a member of the community, rather than merely a consumer. Home is where the heart is, and when you buy local, it's also where the money is! Louisville Independent Business Alliance: (502) 473-4687 keeplouisvilleweird.com jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com THIS IS AN AD 350 Evergreen Rd. #202 Louisville, KY 40223 (502) 767-3936 reikiwithnona.com Reduce headaches, stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, physical pain and much more. Call for a free consultation

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