St. James Court Art Show

Local News
8:41 pm
Sun October 6, 2013

Cleanup Underway in Flood-Stricken Areas of Louisville

Some Louisville-area residents have begun assessing and cleaning up flood damage to homes and other property. Authorities say six inches of rain fell on parts of the city over the weekend, prompting dozens of evacuations and rescues from flash flooding in low-lying areas, mainly in south-central Louisville.

MetroSafe officials say they helped more than 80 people escape water that was waist-deep in spots. Some evacuees took shelter at Atherton High School and others in a church.

There were no reports of injuries.

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Arts and Humanities
4:00 pm
Sat October 5, 2013

St. James Court Art Show Ends Prematurely

Credit Julie Wilkinson / St. James Court Art Show

The St. James Court Art Show—which last year drew more than 200,000 people over three days—ends prematurely at 5 p.m. Saturday, organizers announced on the fair's Facebook page.

The fair won't open at all on Sunday, the announcement said.

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Arts and Humanities
2:27 pm
Thu October 3, 2013

Annual Art Show Draws Crowds to Old Louisville

Credit Julie Wilkinson / St. James Court Art Show

 The annual St. James Court Art Show opens this weekend.  Last year's fair drew more than 200,000 visitors to historic Old Louisville. 

More than 700 artists will exhibit and sell their work in the streets around the St. James Court fountain near Central Park. Participating artists are selected by representatives from six different neighborhood groups.

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