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Open Studio Weekend (https://www.facebook.com/events/140163406724414/
photos from last year (https://www.facebook.com/events/140163406724414/Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center
"get a behind the scenes look at how my art is made."
• What we'll do
Get the details here: https://thunderoverlouisville.org/
Want to set a time and place to meet up? Comment below!
(Group organizers welcome - just message the organizer to be added as admin)
• Top 10 Thunder Tips:
Pick-up the Official Thunder Program in The Courier-Journal Saturday, April 22nd – it has a Thunder map and full airshow schedule.
Wear your Pegasus Pin. Show your support for the Festival, plus you’ll need it for the Thunder Chow Wagon, Meijer Family Fun Zone on the West Belvedere and North Great Lawn viewing area.
Park as far away from the event venue as you can comfortably walk. Refer to the LMPD Traffic Plan to help choose the best place to park and exit route.
Dress in layers. The temperature can vary a great deal throughout the day. Bring sunglasses & sunscreen.
Know your limits and your children’s limits for the day. Seven hours can be a long day for toddlers. Consider picking airshow OR fireworks.
Bring a roll of toilet paper (Thunder Pots can run out!)
Please do NOT bring pets, tents or materials to rope off/section off areas of the venue.
You can bring food and drink to the venue (except in the Thunder Chow Wagon). Vending is also available throughout the venue. (All parcels subject to search.)
Familiarize yourself with your surroundings AND be aware of the services around you…EMS, Lost Child Stations, General First Aid.
Make sure your car has plenty of gas for the exit traffic delays.
• Important to know
This applies to ALL viewing areas within the Thunder Over Louisville venue on the Kentucky side – which goes south from the Ohio River to Main Street between Clay Street and 10th Street and includes Thunder Chow Wagon, Meijer Family Fun Zone on the West Belvedere and North Great Lawn viewing area.
No Drones – The FAA has established a no-fly zone around the Thunder venue. Unmanned aircraft, such as drones, won’t be allowed within 5 miles. Any drones on site could shut down the air show. Violators face confiscation and up to an $11,000 fine. This will be strictly enforced in Kentucky and Indiana.
No Tents or Canopies of any kind will be allowed within Waterfront Park. Structures of ANY kind will be required to be taken down. This will be strictly enforced.
No taping or roping off of larges areas will be allowed. This will be strictly enforced throughout the Thunder venue.
No overnight camping allowed in Waterfront Park or the overall event area. Waterfront Park officially closes at 11PM on Friday night and will open at 9 AM on Saturday morning.
No glass bottles are allowed at the event site. Plastic containers, cans and food are permitted. There are food and soft drink stands throughout the venue to take care of any needs you may have. Beer is also available at the Chow Wagon at Waterfront Park, North Great Lawn, Big 4 Family Fun Area and Meijer Family Fun Zone on the West Belvedere.
No outside alcoholic beverages are allowed.
No grills are allowed within the Thunder venue.
No bikes, skateboards or skates are allowed in the event venue. You will be asked to walk them in for pedestrian safety. If you ride your bike to Thunder, please bring a lock and use the bike parking available at Bingham Way and Witherspoon Street, the corner of Preston and Witherspoon Streets and the base of the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge (on both sides of the river).
Please leave any pets at home.
A picnic blanket or tarp (limited to 10’x10′) and lawn chairs are allowed inside the Thunder venue (including the North Great Lawn viewing area).
FOOD or DRINK is permitted in the North Great Lawn viewing area, Meijer Family Fun Zone on the West Belvedere, Big 4 Lawn and other areas of the Thunder venue.
All persons and parcels are subject to search.
• What we'll do
This is an open meeting. Want to help organize a place and time to meet up and walk together? Make a suggestion in the comments! :) You can also contact the organizer to be added to admin. The St. James Court Art Show® is a juried fine arts and contemporary crafts show held among the country’s largest collection of Victorian homes in the heart of historic Old Louisville.
For over 61 years, the first full weekend in October has meant that it’s St. James Court Art Show time. What originally began as a way to pay the bills has become an autumn tradition that draws hundreds of thousands of visitors to see (and purchase) original art from talented artists.
Don’t miss out ~ check out the latest Art Show news!
In addition to connecting artists and art lovers, The St. James Court Art Show awards $52,000 in college scholarships to metro Louisville high school seniors each year. More information about our scholarships can be found here.
• What to bring
cash - good walking shoes
• Important to know