Crime Maps 5-20-14

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Meet South Louisville Breakfast

LIBA has been promoting the ‘keep South Louisville weird’ campaign, which is a lot more than a slogan. Metro government, area leaders and involved citizens are all a part of it, and we’ve analyzed studies, gathered facts, and started education efforts so area residents know why it’s important to support independent businesses. We’re inviting you to learn more at the

 

Meet South Louisville Breakfast
Tuesday, June 17, 8:30am-9:30am
Iroquois Amphitheater Stage
Breakfast provided by Jessie’s Dixie Diner
Free attendance, please RSVP by 6/12 by emailing jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com

This is an overview, no-pressure event that hopefully will “set the stage” so that when businesses are ready to expand, they have some knowledge of the excellent opportunities in South Louisville. Even if you have no plans for expansion, we would love to have you there – it helps us get the word out all around town about the great things happening in the South End.

 

Preservation Pub Nights – May28th at Taco Punk

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Parents Cafe – Iroquois Library – Tuesdays

Parents are invited to take part in the “Parents Cafe”, a series of conversations about student success, parent engagement, and the importance of education in our community. Studies have shown that parental encouragement and involvement is essential to the successful education of children. Kids that miss 10% of school days per year have a drastically negative impact on academic success. By high school, regular school attendance is a better predictor of graduation rates than test scores. Metro United Way, in partnership with the PAL Coalition and the Bingham Fellows, is hosting the “Parents Cafe” to provide a support network for parents and to talk about the importance of school, daily school attendance. The group will meet every Tuesday evening through May 27 from 6:00-8:00pm at the Iroquois Library (601 West Woodlawn Avenue). Childcare is available on site, dinner will be served, and door prizes will be given out. Call Metro United Way at 292-6127 for more information on this terrific parental support system.

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Crime Maps – Week of 5-13-14

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BNA – Monthly Meeting – May 19th

Our Monthly Meeting is May 19th Monday at 7pm – Iroquois Library.. All of you animals are invited..

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Americana World Festival – June 7th

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