Publication Date: 11-26-2021
Downtown Louisville Brings Holiday Fun with Second Annual Lights on Main
I Would Rather Be Reading hosts their second annual Lights on Main. A display of 60 Christmas trees will be decorated for the holiday season in Downtown Louisville. Each tree is sponsored and decorated by a local corporation, group, family or individual.
November 26-December 12.
Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday and Thursday: 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 12:00-9:00 p.m.
Resurfaced Event Space at 615 W Main St.
Lights on Main is a free community event. Family fun opportunities will be available on the Saturdays of November 27, December 4 and December 11, including food trucks, letters to the North Pole, pictures with Santa, photos ops and a hot cocoa bar. All funds will support the operation of I Would Rather Be Reading’s after school programs at Park Hill Community Center, Atkinson Elementary School, Smoketown Family Wellness Center and Parkland Boys and Girls Club.
About I Would Rather Be Reading:
I Would Rather Be Reading (IWRBR) is a nonprofit organization that strives to provide equitable access to literacy education and social-emotional learning to children with backgrounds of trauma. IWRBR does this through reading mentoring, after school programs, summer camps, family engagement sessions and professional development in educators.
LDP is the dynamic organization that drives economic growth in Downtown for the benefit of the entire region, as well as oversees multiple on-street enhancements that help establish Downtown Louisville’s distinctive character and widespread appeal. LDP believes the economic engine of any great city starts with a strong Downtown.
For more information: visit www.louisvilledowntown.org, or call (502) 584-6000.
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