A ‘TRACKLESS TRAIN’ TRANSPORTING people through downtown Louisville at last year’s Light Up Louisville event. This year the event has expanded out West Main St. to the Community Center and trolleys will help participants traverse the Louisville Light Up event. (HERALD PHOTO)
The Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that “Light Up Louisville” will take place on Sunday, December 6th, from 3-7 p.m. This year’s event has been expanded to include more businesses and organizations along the Main St. route from Paradise Church all the way to Constitution Center! The Chamber tent will be located in the Giant Eagle parking lot where children can pick up their “Passport” to be stamped at participating businesses, turned in after completing, and entered into a drawing for prizes. The Community Choir will kick off the festivities with a performance at St. Louis Church beginning at 2pm. Downtown events are from 3-7pm.
MORE INFORMATION in the Nov. 5th Herald.
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