October in Louisville Kentucky is AWESOME!

From the changing colors of the trees to the phenomenal amount of events going on, life in Louisville is wonderful! Here are some of my favorite events you for you to enjoy, so break out your scarf, flannel shirts and come out and see me on the streets of the best place to call home, Louisville, Kentucky!

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This is a can’t miss event. In it’s 42nd year The Taste of Louisville will be celebrating the original taste that can ONLY be found in Louisville. The event will feature the best food and beverages from around the city. The best dish from the Savory, Sweet, and Swig category will be crowned at the end of the night by a panel of three judges. Also, the public will vote for the People’s Choice award on the brand new mobile app. So make sure you go out and support your favorite dish. All proceeds to benefit Seven Counties Services and The Salvation Army.

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The Louisville Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular includes over 5,000 professionally carved jack-o-lanterns in themed scenes and set to music along a nearly one-third-mile trail through the woods of Iroquois Park.
Because carved pumpkins don’t last forever, the display completely changes every seven days.

This year’s theme is “All the World’s a Stage,” a celebration of Academy Award-winning films, Broadway plays, TV shows, comic books, children’s cartoons and more!

The event runs seven days a week from October 8 through November 1, 2015.The trail will be open Sunday through Thursday from 7:15 pm to 11 pm and Friday and Saturday from 7:15 pm to midnight (EST). Doors open at 6:00 pm.

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The GGBF is an annual two-day arts and music festival featuring local and national performers and is considered to be one of the most prestigious blues festivals between Chicago and Mississippi.

This free event is presented by Four Roses Bourbon and The Garvin Gate Neighborhood Association and is sponsored by Louisville Metro Government District 6 Councilman David James. Proceeds from sponsorships and vendor sales benefit the Garvin Gate Neighborhood and the Old Louisville Preservation District.

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Zach Fry – 502-291-0587 – Making business a pleasure!

I have a genuine interest in seeing people of Louisville succeed, in all aspects of life. I thrive on being able to help people! I am in love with Louisville, it’s people, culture and community. I plan on living my days out in Louisville and am committed to my clients success!

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