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Clubs & Organizations

  • Local artists awarded

    The 15th annual Arts on the Green, presented by the Arts Association of Oldham County (AAOC) was held on June 7-8 on the La Grange Courthouse Square. This year, the juried fine arts and crafts festival featured more than 130 artists showcasing original handcrafted paintings and drawings, mixed media, photography, ceramics, sculpture, glass, jewelry, consumables, metal, yard art, wood and fiber.

  • Community briefs June 19

    Free Concert

    Please join us for a free summer concert series with the Louisville Philharmonic Orchestra at Friendship Health and Rehab, located at 7400 Friendship Dr.

    All concerts will take place on the patio. Concert schedule: July 11- Gospel Music Concert at 2 p.m., Aug. 15- Jazz Music Concert at 10 a.m., Sept. 19 - Country Music Hoedown- time TBA

    For more information call 502-241-8821.

    Arts Center camps

  • Mueller wins recycled art show

    La Grange artist Robbie Mueller’s Mixed Media piece, “High Voltage” won 1st Place at the Arts Association of Oldham County’s 3rd Annual Found/Recycled Art Show at Gallery 104, La Grange. Show judge and British born artist Caroline Waite of Louisville, described Mueller’s piece with “When I opened the door and saw the function of the piece, it made me smile.”

  • Hardison is June Artist of the Month

    Josephine Hardison is a self-taught artist that has always had a love affair with color. Her love of the beach and all things coastal inspires many of her paintings.

    Hardison grew up in Alabama but has spent most of her adult life living in Louisville. Her education includes a B.S. From Auburn University, a Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of Louisville and the experiences of life.

  • Martial Arts champions
  • Oldham raises more than $100,000 for YMCA campaign

    The YMCA of Greater Louisville has completed its 2014 annual campaign, raising $1,544,861 to support the Y’s mission and provide assistance to people in need and families unable to afford Y programs such as youth sports, child care and day camp.

    The funding comes from Y members and community supporters in contributions as small as $5 and as large as $30,000 raised during the spring campaign. Volunteers and staff at the Oldham County Family YMCA raised $137,000.

    In Oldham, the funds are used to provide assistance so that the Y can, among other things:

  • American Legion sponsors four for state meeting

    Four high school juniors were selected to attend Boys State and Girls State this year. Oldham County Post #39 of The American Legion sponsored both a boy and a girl from South Oldham and Oldham County High Schools. Representatives from OCHS are Jeremy Dodson and Molly Kate Stephens and from SOHS, Jacob Herold and Erika Laws. Both Boys State and Girls State started on June 8 and last for one week.

  • Community briefs June 12

    Garden Tour

    Crestwood Civic Club - 2014 Garden Tour, Luncheon and Plant Sale will be Friday, June 20 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Starting location at 7215 Kavanaugh Road in Crestwood.. Lunch seatings at 11 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. Tickets: Tour & Luncheon: $17. Tour only: $12. To purchase tickets contact Anne Murner at 502-292-2701

     

    Summer Art Classes

  • Crestwood Civic Club hosts annual Garden Tour
  • Healing Blankets program celebrates 10 years

    St. James’ Episcopal Church in Pewee Valley is marking the 10th anniversary of its Healing Blanket Ministry and celebrating a milestone, after creating a landmark 1,000 blankets.

    The Healing Blanket Ministry was brought to St. James by parishioner Carolyn Heymann, as part of Episcopal Church Women. Heymann was serving as parish nurse when she heard about the program.Excited volunteers gathered fabric from their closets and drawers and got to work. They’ve gathered once a month in the ten years since the program was launched, handcrafting blankets.