Looking for something to do in February? You’ve come to the right spot. From the maple syrup festival to the Super Bowl, there is something for everyone this month. Have a listing you’d like to add? Send me a note!
When: Through February 4, 2014
Where: Actors Theatre of Louisville
A reimagined version of the Gilbert and Sullivan favorite, we knew The Pirates of Penzance was coming. See a Chicago theatre's spin on this classic.
When: February 1 through March 16
Where: The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (KMAC)
Featuring two artists—the quilt work of Denise Furnish and the metal work of Walter Early—Color Stories is an exhibition about color, design, and the American history and traditions of domestic art, specifically art using found materials.
When: February 2
Where: New Jersey
Although the game will be played in New Jersey, you can be sure the game will be on televisions throughout Louisville. Bars at 4th Street Live! and sports establishments like Wick's Pizza are sure to have football on the menu.
Take in the hit film No Reservations, starring Catherine Zeta-Jones, on the eight-foot screen in the private dining room of Seviche. Seared scallops, spaghetti oreganata, truffled quail, and tiramisu will be served, foods inspired by the film. The event begins with a champagne reception at 6 p.m., the movie starts at 6:30 p.m. The price is $85 per person, plus tax and gratuity. The price includes wine pairings. Seating is limited.
When: February 7, 5-11 p.m.
Where: Downtown Louisville
Free and open to the public, the First Friday Trolley Hop is an opportunity for residents to see new art while tourists get a feel for downtown and Nulu. There is always plenty of new art to see, foods to sample and drinks to sip. The trolley can be boarded at various stops down Market and Main, free parking is available after 6 p.m. at Slugger Field, 4th Street Live! Free street parking is also available.
When: February 8-23
Where: Various locations
Featuring full-length, short, documentary and student films, Louisville Jewish Film Festival educates and entertains. Some screenings also have guest speaker. Tickets to all films are available through the JCC website above, or in person at at 3600 Dutchmans Ln.
When: February 9, 4 p.m.
Where: KFC Yum! Center
Kings Of Leon is touring to promote their recently released new album, Mechanical Bull. The stop at the KFC Yum! Center features opener Gary Clark, Jr.
When: February 12-15
Where: Kentucky Exposition Center
An indoor farm show of huge dimensions, the National Farm Machinery Show will have products, services, seminars and more. With great Championship Tractor Pulls, it is an entertaining event. Admission to the farm show is free, but parking and tractor pull tickets carry fees.
When: February 14
Check out the lists below for ideas on how to celebrate the holiday of love.