Councilwoman Scott brings “Shakespeare in the Park” to Riverside Gardens Park on Sunday, April 13th
Councilwoman Attica Scott (D-1) is sponsoring something special for residents of District 1 when “Shakespeare in the Park” brings Hamlet to Riverside Gardens Park this Sunday, April 13th.
Councilwoman Scott partners to help teach young people how to be handy neighbors
As the Parkland Community continues to show new life in District 1, Councilwoman Attica Scott (D-1), Stewart Kerr of Fort Louisville, developer for a youth special needs camp and the Parkland Boys & Girls Club are partnering for two special workshops designed to teach young people how to be handy neighbors.
Councilwoman Scott brings Dr. Seuss to District 1 elementary schools this coming Friday
Councilwoman Attica Scott (D-1) will bring the favorite works of a very special author with her to area elementary schools in District 1 when she shares the stories of Dr. Seuss with students on Friday, February 28th.
Next “Ask Attica” is set for Tuesday, February 25th at the LMPD 2nd Division Headquarters
Councilwoman Attica Scott (D-1) is inviting residents of District 1 to come out to the next “Ask Attica” Community Conversation on Tuesday, February 25th.
“This is our first 'Ask Attica' for 2014 and I want to update everyone in the southwest and western parts of the district on the various programs we have and what is planned for the rest of this year,” says Scott.
Councilwoman Scott puts out an open call to all artists to attend a P.A.I.N.T. workshop on Saturday,
Councilwoman Attica Scott is putting out the call to all local artists who are interested in helping create public art in two areas of Metro Louisville. If they are interested, there is an important workshop coming up to help them get involved.
Councilwoman Scott invites Parkland and Chickasaw Residents to learn what’s next with P.A.I.N.T
Councilwoman Attica Scott (D-1) and the Center for Neighborhoods will host a special meeting for residents in the Chickasaw and Parkland Neighborhoods to announce three new public art projects.