Louisville Label is proud to be a sponsor of the LIBA (Louisville Independent Business Alliance) sixth annual Buy Local Fair in Louisville this coming Sunday, May 18 from noon to 6 at the Louisville Water Tower Park.
More than 170 vendors, including food and drink vendors, artists and craftspeople, community organizers and farmers will come together to showcase many Louisville businesses and talents in one spot. Many events and activities are also planned for the day. Here are the highlights:
- Festival-goers can keep moving with a live Zumba demonstration presented by four different fitness instructors
- Local bands Bookshelf, Karston Nelson, Small Time Napoleon, and Field of Kings will liven things up with their upbeat musical show
- Kids will be mesmerized by the H20 Kids Zone sponsored by Louisville Water Company and Carmichael’s Bookstore
- Stroll on over the the Raffle Tent where you can bid on a variety of goodies from local businesses
An Iron Chef-style cooking competition will be held again this year, with RYE on Market defending its title against new local challenger Decca. The two restaurants will have a live cook-off and present a panel of judges with their creative culinary results.
Local produce and garden goodies will be sold at a farmer’s market. Talents and creativity will be on display and available for purchase at the local arts & craft market, and beer lovers can taste test and purchase beer at the craft beer tent.
Everyone’s favorite tee, keep Louisville weird, and Buy Local Fair mug (crafted by the fine folks at Louisville Stoneware) will be on display and available for purchase along with other unique LIBA products.
Admission is free, but if you need to park your car, it’s $5. Bicycles are encouraged and there is no charge to valet park them.
Per Louisville Water Tower rules, we will not be admitting dogs, so help us out and leave poochie at home.
For more information visit, visit www.keeplouisvilleweird.com/buylocalfair2014.
The purpose of the LIBA is to preserve the unique community character of the Metro Louisville area by promoting locally-owned, independent businesses and to educate citizens on the value of purchasing locally. Head on out to the Water Tower this Sunday and help support and promote the quality workmanship and products of our local businesses.