First Annual West Louisville Holiday Festival set for Saturday, December 17th
It’s a time to celebrate the holiday season. A time to look back over the year gone by and the accomplishments and contributions made for the good of all. It is a time for unity and pride which is the goal of the First Annual West Louisville Holiday Festival.
Hamilton invites District 5 to Youth Performance Showcase on Sept. 24th
On Saturday, September 24th a unique event will show how art can be used as a way to build and express community pride. The Youth Performing Showcase will get underway as one of the last events of the federally funded Shawnee Weed and Seed program.
Hamilton invites District 5 to a special meeting to determine the future of the Shawnee Neighborhood
What should be done in the next five, ten or twenty years to develop the Shawnee Neighborhood into one of Metro Louisville’s most desirable neighborhoods?Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) is offering residents of the area a chance to share their thoughts and ideas on the subject at a special meeting on Thursday, September 29th.
Shawnee Park Sports Complex renamed in honor of the late Paul Bather
When young people play any sport at the Shawnee Park Sports Complex, they will be reminded of a man who dedicated his life to helping young people and the people he served as a former Louisville Alderman and State Representative in the Kentucky House. On Friday, the Shawnee Sports Complex was renamed in honor for the late Paul C. Bather.
Hamilton announces recipients of 2011 Molly Leonard Community Service Awards
They are dedicated men and women, all ages and from all walks of life who have used their time and talents to make District 5 a better community in which to live. On Saturday, September 10th, they will receive a “thank you” from the community they have served.
September 10th marks this year’s District 5 Community Celebration Concert
Shawnee Park will highlight a very special event in September designed to bring friends and families together with great music and fun. Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton and the District 5 Advisory Committee announce the 2011 Community Celebration Concert is set for Saturday September 10th.
“Toy Story 3” & “Jumping the Broom” final films in District 5 Friday Night Outdoor Family Film Fest
The animated classic “Toy Story 3” will be this week’s feature film for the District 5 Friday Night Outdoor Family Film Festival at Shawnee Park. The series will wrap up this year’s run with “Jumping the Broom” on Friday, August 26th The film series provides free movies on Friday nights throughout the month of August.
Hamilton announces next District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee will meet on Monday, August 15th
The next monthly meeting of the District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee will focus on the ongoingrRedistricting process for the Louisville Metro Council. The meeting is set for Monday, August 15th.
Hamilton calls special community meeting to review and discuss “Promise Neighborhood” grant options
Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) has called a special community meeting on August 9th for those who live in the 40212 zip code to seek community input and learn the next option to have the area declared a “Promise Neighborhood.”
“Safe & Healthy Return to School”: Thursday, Aug. 4th
Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5 and the Shawnee Weed and Seed Committee are prepared to help students and parents get ready for a new school year with “A Safe & Healthy Return to School” set for Thursday, August 4th.
District 5 welcomes the return of Friday Night Outdoor Family Film Festival on Friday, August 5th
A family tradition returns to Shawnee Park in the month of August when the 2011 Friday Night Outdoor Family Film Festival kicks off with a free showing of movies for residents of District 5. The fun begins with “The Karate Kid.”
District 5 hosts “Christmas in July” on Saturday, July 9th
Summer vacation is underway for thousands of students in Metro Louisville. While there may be a wide variety of things to do, District 5 and other community groups are offering a challenging way to break the monotony of summer with the “Christmas in July Youth Celebration.”
District 5 gets ready to get healthier through gardening and sustainability
With summer underway, many people turn to gardening as a pleasurable and economic pastime. When the District 5 Advisory Committee holds its next meeting on June 20th, the subject will be gardening projects and healthy activities across District 5.
Hamilton invites District 5 to get involved with the Shawnee Neighborhood Plan
The Shawnee Neighborhood Advisory Committee is ready to move forward with an effort to develop a community vision for the area. The Committee is asking for the public to become involved with providing ideas for the future.
Saturday cleanups set for Shawnee and Chickasaw neighborhoods
This Saturday, volunteers in District 5 plan to focus on two areas in the Shawnee and Chickasaw neighborhoods as part of the Brightside Community wide cleanup. It is part of an ongoing effort to grow community pride.
Hamilton invites community to view important film on educational choices and outcomes for children
Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) is offering a unique invitation to parents and those who are interested in the education of children to view an important film which looks at the national debate on Charter Schools onFriday, January 28th.
Hamilton says take advantage of water aerobics starting soon at the Shawnee Pool
If you have made a New Year’s resolution to feel better and get in shape, Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) says look no further than the Academy@Shawnee for an opportunity that may be great motivation toward your goal on January 31st
District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee will meet on Monday, January 17th
The next meeting of the District 5 Neighborhood Advisory Committee will get underway at 6:30pm on Monday, January 17th at the Yearling Club, 4309 Broadway.
Next Northwestern Parkway Bike Path meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 11th
The next public meeting to discuss a proposed change to traffic patterns on Northwestern Parkway is set for this coming Tuesday, January 11th at the Portland Library.