Monday September 19, 2011
For Immediate Release:
Louisville Metro Council
Contact: Tony Hyatt 574-4137/526-3622
Councilwoman Mary C. Woolridge is issuing a special invitation to residents of District 3 and others who love a very special place. On October 1st, the Councilwoman will host the 2011 District 3 Algonquin Park Festival.
“I have worked with Metro Parks to ensure that Algonquin Park remains a jewel in the city’s park system,” says Woolridge. “I want everyone to come out and see the improvements we have been working on and at the same time have a great day of fun.”
Joining Woolridge for the 2011 celebration will be Mayor Greg Fischer, Mike Heitz, Director of Metro Parks and Dr LaQuandra Nesbitt, the new Director of the Metro Public Health and Wellness Department.
“Dr. Nesbitt has the special honor of being the Grand Marshall for our Pathway Stroll through Algonquin Park,” says Woolridge. “This is a great way to walk through the park and get a little exercise. We will have health snacks along the way.”
Registration for the Pathway Stroll will be at 9:30am.
The Councilwoman has scheduled events all day in the park. The events range from healthy lifestyle information and health screenings to fun for the kids to a wide range of music and entertainment for all ages.
Schedule of Events for the 2011 District 3 Algonquin Park Festival
Opening Ceremony 10:00am
Healthy Living Fair 10:00am to 12:00pm
Sickle Cell Association
KAAAC & Fraud Information
Healthy Food Demonstrations
Job Recruitment 11:00am -2:00pm
First Choice Market Recruitment –New store coming to the Park Duvall area
Gospel Choir Exhibition 11:00am to 12:300pm
Fun for the Children 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Youth talent Showcase 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Line Dancing with YMCA Instructor Sonny Baker 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Old School Jam Live band 6:00 to 8:00pm
“This will be a memorable day for everyone,” says Woolridge. “I have always made Algonquin Park one of my many priorities in the years I have been in office. The community has always loved this park and I want to make sure it remains a very special place for those who continue to use it.”
Algonquin Park is located on Cypress Street between Gaulbert Avenue and Burwell Avenue
For more information about the 2011 District 3 Algonquin Park Festival, contact Councilwoman Woolridge’s office at 574-1103.
Mary C. Woolridge (D) 3