Join Perelmuter & Goldberg Orthodontics on October 13-14th at the 23rd annual Belknap Fall Festival. This is the 7th year that Perelmuter & Goldberg have been the title sponsor of the event, and it is sure to be another successful year. The festival will take place in Historic Douglass Loop at the 2200 block of Dundee Road and Bardstown Road. Admission is free and the event will be held from 6-11pm on Friday the 13th and from 11am-11pm on Saturday the 14th. Be sure to visit us at our booth on Saturday.
This year the event will include live music, local art, a beer garden, food trucks, and lots of family fun. Food will be served by some Louisville favorites,
including Ramiros Cantina, 502 Café, Steel City Pops, Germany’s #1, among others. You can also expect to hear music from many great bands and artists who will please fans with all genres of music, including Dr. Perelmuter’s band LOST TRIBE LOUISVILLE at 11 am on Saturday.
The kiddos are set to have a day full of fun activities at the festival. Visit the giant art tent where children can paint and decorate a small pumpkin from Hubers, or get their face painted by our professional face painter. Once they are in the fall spirit, they can join our friends from the Louisville Zoo to learn about some animals, or visit a local farm educator at the petting zoo. For the adults, grab a bite to eat and visit our beer garden to enjoy a great selection of
seasonal craft beers or a glass of wine. Once your taste buds have been satisfied, check out some of our local art vendors. Close to 50 artists from around the region will be displaying their talented work, including pottery, woven items, jewelry, handmade soaps and candles, photography, and décor items. This is a great time to get started on your Christmas shopping list. On Saturday night at the festival, it will also be the site of the Kentucky State Championship for the Samuel Adams Stein Hoist.
There is definitely something for everyone in the family to enjoy at this wonderful event. Bring your family and friends out to get in the fall spirit.