​LOUISVILLE NOW! Gonzo fest, investing that tax return, Mindfulness and MORE

I hope this message finds you healthy and well. April is here and we all know what that means in Louisville… Tax season AND IT’s DERBY TIME!

For some it’s about the horses, for some it’s about the fashion and for others it about the plethora of events that surround the River City Festival. In any event, in an effort to be of value and service to you I’ve got some great event highlights that I think you’ll love as well as some ideas on how to use that tax return and some useful insight.

LOUISVILLE TRIVIA: What was erected at Louisville’s Churchill Downs in 1895?

! WHERE to begin? There is so much going on!

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GonzoFest – Saturday April 16th- Literary and music festival honoring Hunter S. Thompson, as well as the lasting mark he has made on art, music, and literature. Through live music, poetry, art and spoken word GonzoFest Louisville celebrates the life and times of Hunter S. Thompson in his hometown. 2016 will mark the sixth year of the festival and this year will bring some of the biggest names in the Hunter S. Thompson universe to Louisville in the biggest gathering of the Gonzo family since his funeral in 2005. Click HERE for tickets and more information

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Louisville Leopard Percussionists on Sunday, April 24, 2016 @ 2:00 PM, Brown Theatre. The “Big Gig” Among the Leopards’ many accomplishments, they had the honor of opening for world-renowned jazz pianist Chick Corea at the International Assoc. of Jazz Education conference in NYC & at the Duke Ellington Jazz Festival in Washington DC/ They are also the feature of an HBO documentary, The Leopards Take Manhattan: The Little Band that Roared. Tickets are just $15

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Modest Mouse- Presented by 91.9 WFPK. 8pm at the Iroquois Amphitheater. Strongly influenced by groups such as Pavement, the Pixies, XTC, and Talking Heads, Tickets from $39.50 hemp.png

Hemp Discovery Day at Farmington Saturday April 30th 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM -Explore Farmington’s heritage. Featuring on-site processing demonstrations, food and craft vendors, live music and more – event goers will get a glimpse into life on the 19th century hemp plantation, along with a look at the modern day uses of industrial hemp.Enjoy Traditional Fiber Processing Demonstration, Hempcrete Demonstration, Local food trucks, Local vendors, Live local music. $10 per family (up to 6 people) Click here for tickets!

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Each of us has an inner radiance that is spacious, clear and tranquil. Thomas Merton describes it as the secret beauty of our hearts. He says it is the core of our reality, a point of genuine truth, a spark that belongs entirely to God and from which God guides our life. “It is like a pure diamond, blazing with the invisible light of heaven. “

Meditation teacher Jon Kabat-Zinn speaks about the discipline of bringing a “beginner’s mind” to each moment. It’s having an attitude of openness and lack of preconceptions when encountering a situation or a person. Click here to watch. (3 minutes)le light of heaven.”

Getting a Tax Return? If you are looking to invest in your future, look into real estate! While most people dread tax time, if you are getting a refund, this time of year can seem almost as rewarding as end-of-the-year bonus season.
Whether you are receiving a refund of a few hundred dollars or several thousand dollars, if you’re contemplating buying your first home, you may want to deposit your refund into an account dedicated to your down payment fund. Using your tax refund as a portion of your down payment is a great idea. The more you put into the down payment, the less you have to borrow. First-time buyers will realize an even bigger tax refund in the next year because they’ll have a new write-off in the interest paid on their mortgage. Add this to the prospect of equity gained through homeownership and it’s a win-win.

I’m a real estate agent, dog lover yoga struggler and pretty nice guy.I truly 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.

It would be my pleasure to have the opportunity to earn your business and referrals. Call me at 502-291-0587 to tell me about how I can help you or a friend of yours. I promise to tell them the truth and treat them like family.

Let me help you make the best life here you can! Call me today for a FREE market analysis or consultation.

Zach Fry – 502-291-0587 – Mindfulness in Business.

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