BNA – Monthly Meeting for October

ejercito-de-calaveras-4139Monday October 19th, 7PM, Iroquois Library 601 W Woodlawn.. We need to get some new board members for next year.. Police Reports, upcoming events and more. Come on down. We promise it won’t be too scary.

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Supreme Peace Yoga & Wellness – Grand Opening September 26th

Come out and Support our Home Grown Yoga and Wellness Studio

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More Thorntons Remodeling

Here’s a few files showing what the remodelling will look like, they are adding a rest room addition at the rear of the building and moving the gas pumps closer to 3rd street to get more room between the building and pumps which will be a welcome change..

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Thornton’s on 3rd Street Proposes Remodel

Same Footprint but will change to look more like this .. newer more muted look.

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New Style Fence and Landscape

New Style Fence and Landscape

Dumpsters hidden behind fence

Dumpsters hidden behind fence

Pictures by Nancy Bowman-Denton, more updates to come

JOB FAIR – Aug. 25th

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Good Garbage: Center for Creative Reuse

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This is a great idea, this place specializes in recycling stuff that would be thrown away, old windows, fabric, books etc. Take a look around, if you are a creative sort of person these kinds of places can be exciting. They also have birthday parties where kids can make things to take home. Now if I can find a place like this for robot parts and metal it would be great.

2020 Duncan Street
(The big PINK building on the corner)
Louisville, KY 40203
lynn.GoodGarbage@gmail.com
502.774.9900

HOURS (new)
Saturday 10-3 p.m.

Additional Retail Hours By Appt.
***Birthday parties, play groups, etc. can still be scheduled during the week or on weekends.

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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.