4. Flea Off-Market
When: Today, 4 p.m. to dark; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: 1007 E. Jefferson St., Louisville.
Throughout the weekend, a variety of local vendors offer great foods goods, wares and “re-usables.” Looking for vintage clothing? Old records? Homeware? Jewelry? Farm-fresh Goods? You don’t want to miss what you will find at the FLEA. Books, art, jewelry, esoterica, pets, pottery, musical instruments, and more abound. Hungry? Look for delectable bites from Busta Grill, French Indo Canada, or others like 502 Cafe’s smoked BBQ. Wash it down with a cold brew from New Albanian Brewery. Or choose from other local brews, seasonal cocktails, including our own Flea Tea & Flea- aritas, and spicy Bloody Marys. Bring the whole family and stay a while. This weekend, the place to be is where three historic neighborhoods virtually meet: Phoenix Hill, Irish Hill and Butchertown, near the end of East Jefferson Street. Come celebrate our cool neighborhoods, our local purveyors and the sense of community that they provide!
5. The Howard Collection Photo Biennial opening reception
When: 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday
Where: Howard Museum, 1101 E. Market St., Jeffersonville
“The Howard Collection: A Family, A Shipyard and An Era” is being presented at the Howard Museum. The collection includes 40 enlargements of images made by Capt. Jim Howard and his brother, Capt. Clyde Howard. The Photo Biennial is curated by James Reising, museum volunteer since 1958 and former purser on the steamboats Delta Queen and Belle of Louisville. The collection is on exhibit at the museum’s Laundry House. For more information call 812-283-3728 or visit steamboatmuseum.org.