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Olmsted Parks Conservancy and Kentucky Select Properties present the 2nd Annual Pop-up Beer Gardens

Olmsted Parks Conservancy’s Beer Gardens begin this Friday at Tyler Park from 5 pm – 8 pm

LOUISVILLE, KY – October 4, 2022 Enjoy the various shades of autumn and head to Tyler Park this Friday, October 7 for the annual Pop-up Beer Gardens event, hosted by Olmsted Parks Conservancy and sponsored by Kentucky Select Properties. This is the first of three events featuring fresh beer from West Sixth Brewing, music, food trucks, and lawn games. Beer Gardens are designed to activate the parks, share updates on capital improvements and bring the community together. Resources and activities will be provided onsite by local organizations.

Guests are encouraged to bring a chair and enjoy music and great company. There will be food and beverages available to purchase at each event.

“Kentucky Select real estate agents are in the business of highlighting what makes Louisville such a great place to call home. Our park system – and our 17 Olmsted Parks in particular – are incredibly important to the quality of life for all Louisvillians,” said Kentucky Select Managing Broker Jay Gulick. “That’s why we’ve supported the mission of the Olmsted Parks Conservancy for many years and love participating in events like the Pop-Up Beer Gardens for the sense of community they create.”

Additional dates and locations for the Pop-Up Beer Gardens:
October 14, 5 pm: Seneca Park
October 21, 5 pm: Shelby Park

“Last year’s event at Seneca Park brought together a nice group to enjoy the park and the special activities – and to learn about Olmsted’s work in the community,” said Ninth District Councilmember Bill Hollander. “I’m looking forward to another great day of community building.”    

Olmsted Parks Conservancy’s mission is to restore, enhance and forever protect Louisville’s Olmsted-designed parks and parkways, connecting nature and neighborhood while strengthening the community’s well-being. Keenly focused on our vision—that all seventeen parks and six parkways are extraordinary, in every way, for everyone—we deepen connections between neighbors and the parks through hands-on volunteer projects, Friends of Olmsted Parks neighborhood groups and community programming.

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