Posts by Emily

Wiking returns to the Brownsboro Trails in 2019!

Posted by on Nov 16, 2018 in events, trails | Comments Off on Wiking returns to the Brownsboro Trails in 2019!

Wiking returns to the Brownsboro Trails in 2019!

Wiking returns to the Brownsboro Trails in 2019! Mark your calendars for January 20, 2019 for this popular wine and hiking event. Wine will be served along a leisurely hike on the Brownsboro Trails. Start inviting friends! More details coming soon… Ticketing and other information will be sent out in an upcoming weekly update, as well as posted to our website, Facebook pages, and Instagram. Stay tuned!

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Shop for a Cause at Work the Metal

Posted by on Nov 10, 2018 in community resources, events | Comments Off on Shop for a Cause at Work the Metal

On December 6 from 5pm-8pm, shop for a cause at Work the Metal in the Butchertown Market.  A percentage of the evening’s sales will be donated to our friends at Pillar (formerly Apple Patch), home of the Brownsboro Alliance Little Free Library. Butchertown Market is located at 1201 Story Ave...

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A Note from our friends at the Crestwood Civic Club

Posted by on Nov 2, 2018 in community resources, events | Comments Off on A Note from our friends at the Crestwood Civic Club

Join our friends at the Crestwood Civic Club on Saturday, November 17, 2018 for their 1800s Holiday Home Tour and Luncheon. This year’s tour features 3 historical homes in the Crestwood/Pewee Valley area. Tickets are $25; contact Laurie (502) 996-7050 for purchasing and other information. Feel free to spread the...

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Trail Work Day THIS Saturday

Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in events, trails | Comments Off on Trail Work Day THIS Saturday

Join us as we work on the trails this Saturday, October 13th with the South Oldham Lions Club. Please dress for the weather, and bring any tools and equipment that would be helpful. Meet at the Camps’ barn (9110 Why 329) at 8am. An RSVP is preferred to croberts.brownsboroalliance@gmail.com.

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Give Forest Bathing a Try

Posted by on Sep 27, 2018 in trails | Comments Off on Give Forest Bathing a Try

The Courier-Journal recently reported on the benefits of “forest bathing.”  From the Japanese term shinrin-yoku, forest bathing encourages time spent in nature for improved mental health and reduced stress, among other benefits.  Read the article, and then get out on the BATA trails!...

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