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This past weekend my family attended the World’s Largest Halloween Party at the Louisville Zoo and we had so much fun! My two little boys dressed as Ant Man and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and we set off for a fun-filled night! We decided to go on a Sunday and knew we needed to get there early, before the event even started so that we did not have to wait too long in a line. We got to the zoo around 4:30, paid $5 to park and then got in line near the entrance. I was so glad we did...Continue reading
Derby Dinner Playhouse opened their 2015-2016 Children's Musical Theatre Series with JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL this past weekend and we were there! Junie B, “the B stands for Beatrice”, is so excited to start the first grade! That is until her best friend finds some new best friends and her bus buddy finds somewhere else to sit. And to top everything off, she might need glasses! This hilarious musical is based on five of Barbara Park’s best-selling books and lets us meet classic characters from those books like “Tattletail” May, Mr. Scary, and Herbert from “Clarence Somebody or...Continue reading
Ingredients Candy corn Candy eyes. (Available at your local hobby lobby or Joann's) Candy bones (amazon or sometimes the quarter candy machines carry these) Pretzel sticks Milk chocolate Directions 1. Line a flat baking pan/dish with parchment paper 2. Crumble pretzel sticks on top of the parchment paper 3. Melt a bag of milk chocolate chips in the microwave in 15 second intervals, mixing In between, until melted 4. Pour your chocolate over the pretzels, smooth out with a spatula 5. Add your candy corn , candy eyes, and candy bones 6. Put in the fridge for 30 minutes or until...Continue reading
Win 4 tickets to see Parsons Dance Thursday, October 15, 2015 Brown Theatre Parsons Dance, an internationally renowned contemporary dance company based in New York City, presents uplifting, family-friendly contemporary dance to audiences around the world. Parsons Dance maintains a repertory of works by David Parsons, as well as commissions by emerging choreographers and collaborations with some of the greatest artists of our time, including Steely Dan, Dave Matthews, Milton Nascimento, Annie Leibovitz, Donna Karan and many others.Please join them in the theater after the performance for a Q&A with the company. Location: Brown Theatre, 315 W Broadway - GET DIRECTIONS...