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City Events Newsroom - 2006 Archive

Family-Friendly New Year’s Eve
Families can once again ring in a new year together at the Mayor’s Family New Year’s Eve Party. It's an evening of free children’s activities, games, movies, music and bands at the Louisville Gardens on Dec. 31, from 8 p.m. to midnight.

‘Pride of America’ Tree to Anchor Light Up Louisville
At 65 feet tall, 40 feet wide and weighing four tons, the city’s official holiday tree is expected to arrive by helicopter airlift today as the centerpiece for Light Up Louisville.

‘Bright Lights, Big City’ for Light Up Louisville
Louisville’s family-favorite holiday tradition will be bigger and brighter than ever, Mayor Jerry Abramson said today. “Light Up Louisville” is set for Nov. 24 and will feature more lights and a taller tree than ever seen on the Friday after Thanksgiving in Louisville, along with the debut of a special high-tech light show that will run nightly throughout the holiday season.

Mayor’s Hike & Bike Returns for Labor Day
Mayor Abramson once again is inviting cyclists, walkers and joggers of all abilities to get active and get healthy at the Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Hike & Bike – set for Labor Day, Monday, September 4, beginning at 10 a.m.

Be Cool at the Louisville Zoo! July 15 - August 20
From July 15 - August 20 the Louisville Zoo is offering a number of very cool ways to stay cool!

Concerts Showcase Louisville Music & Parks
Mayor Jerry Abramson today announced a lineup of free concerts in parks across Louisville throughout the summer and early fall. In its fourth year, the “Music in the Metro” concert series showcases local musical talent in a different public park each Sunday from July 16 through October 1.

Mayor’s Hike & Bike Returns for Memorial Day
Second year of cycling, walking, jogging continues with event May 29