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 1850 Priority Way , Louisville, KY, US, 40299

  • Phone: (502) 266-6776
  • Fax: (502) 266-6654

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»Rusted Root

March 03, 2015 7:00 PM

Rusted Root is an alternative rock jam band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that is best known for its members' strong ear for fusing several disparate styles of music into a cohesive improvised show. Held together by a percussion section that is influenced by several styles world music, the band's music was first captured in the studio on its debut album Cruel Sun, in 1991. Rusted Root has since released release a series of successful rock albums, but since the band is at its best during its improvised shows, bootleg recordings of its live shows are often referred to as the band's premier recordings.

630 Barret Avenue
Louisville, KY 40204

»Kentucky U.S. Green Building Council Leed Blitz Training

March 03, 2015 10:00 AM

Make the most of this year's AIA/CSI Trade Fair by arriving a few hours early to pick up some extra CEU credits! Course #1: Introduction to LEED v4 Rating System Introduction to the LEED v4 rating system provides an overview of how LEED v4 builds from the foundation and alignment of LEED 2009, focusing on user experience and improvements to the technical rigor of the rating system. Objectives of this course include: Define LEED v4 system goals and the connection to credit requirements Identify key improvements in LEED v4 from previous versions of LEED Identify the foundations of LEED v4 Identify how LEED v4 is a flexible rating system to meet global and market needs Define the importance of the integrative process to success in LEED v4Recognize the value of performance-based requirements in LEED v4 credits   Taught by Gary Hisel, LEED AP BD+C.  See instructor profile below:   Course #2: Fundamental Steps for Interpreting Energy Model Results   Often those unfamiliar with energy modeling must plan, analyze, and interpret results from models. This session is designed to introduce project team members to energy modeling for LEED Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite 2 and Credit 1. In this interactive session, youll learn to realize the full benefits of energy modeling for making design decisions and filling-out credit checklists, better understand the complex process of creating an energy model and how to best interpret it, and how to review and critique its results. The session will discuss fundamental concepts of LEED energy models, from the programming and development stage through the LEED submission and appeal process. It will also cover the required submissions for EAp2 and EAc1, project timelines and schedules, as well as potential pitfalls during the submittal and review process. Case studies and reference materials will be provided. Who will benefit from this class? This is a terrific class for LEED APs and LEED Green Associates unfamiliar with energy modeling, including architects, engineers, construction managers, and LEED administrators. Taught by John Goodin, LEED AP BD+C.  See instructor profile below. About the Instructors LEED v4: Gary Hisel, LEED AP BD+C Gary Hisel is Senior Design Manager for Gray Construction, in Lexington Kentucky, where his responsibilities include: managing teams to deliver large industrial and commercial projects for this top ENR design build company, which has over $900 million in sales from an international client base. An accredited professional, LEED AP BD+C, Gary has designed multiple LEED certified buildings, including the first Anheuser-Busch warehouse facility. Gary serves in leadership roles as follows: Chairman of the Design Managers' Association and on the In-House Specifications Committee.Past chairman of the Kentucky USGBC Education Committee, the Kentucky LEED 2012 (renamed v4 later) Point of Contact, and a member of the Kentucky USGBC review committee of the IgCC providing recommendations to the state adoption committee. Previously at Gray, he directed all the technical support staff for the entire company and managed and coordinated with Design Managers to produce all construction documents. Gary's earlier experience comes from consulting to architectural firms on government projects, surveying existing buildings and programming the work needed for renovation, creating custom applications and systems for design and construction companies, directing technical services for an architecture firm (Dries + Associates, PSC), and teaching as Associate Professor at universities including University of Kentucky, University of Virginia, and Eastern Kentucky University. Energy Modeling: John Goodin, PE, LEED AP BD+C John Goodin, PE, CxA, LEED AP BD+C is a Mechanical Engineer and Certified Commissioning Authority for Paladin, a commissioning firm dedicated to providing owners with Building Systems That Work. As a LEED AP, John has championed sustainable principles and worked intimately with LEED evaluators for projects including The Green Building and Highland Green Building and clients like Wendys, Louisville Metro Government, and Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government. John is proficient in economic and energy analysis calculations, design calculations, and controls diagnostics.  John currently serves on the Kentucky USGBC Board of Directors and is a member of ASHRAE.

221 Fourth Street
Louisville, KY 40202

»The Lion King

March 03, 2015 7:30 PM

Adapted from the beloved Disney film, The Lion King is a musical theater production that tells the story of a lion named Simba whose life takes an unexpected turn after his father, King Mufasa, dies at the hands of Simba's power-hungry uncle, Scar. Unable to deal with the tragedy at such a young age, Simba runs away from home believing that he is responsible for his father's death. When a chance encounter with an old friend reminds him of the importance of family and his responsibility to the rest of the lion pride, he finally returns home and faces the truth about his uncle's part in his father's death. Packed full of the film's renowned songs, including "Circle of Life," Hakuna Matata" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," The Lion King quickly garnered critical and commercial acclaim for its visually stunning rendition of the classic story.

501 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202

»Overnight Trip To Kentucky Derby ($280) May 1, Thru May 2, 2015

March 03, 2015 8:00 AM

Trip includes: Round trip on deluxe motor coach to Kentucky Derby, and overnight stay at the Best Value Inn, (per double occupancy) with queen size beds, Friday May1, 2015 in Frankfort Ky. Bus will arrive to the Kentucky Derby May 2, 2015 and depart for home after last race. General admission tickets into the race sold separately for ($55.00) to order tickets after March 3rd, 2015,  please call Linda at: 502-636-4893. For more information contact: Hattie Mahone at: (248-202-5430) or email: mahone42@yahoo.com Note: Bus will be departing Friday, May 1, 2015 at: 11am from Dearborn, MI., in the Fairlane Mall parking lot near Macy's Dept. Store.

700 Central Avenue
Louisville, KY 40208

»The Great Kentucky Mic-off

March 04, 2015 7:15 PM

1250 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY 40204

»Dave & Phil Alvin With The Guilty Ones

March 04, 2015 8:00 PM

1386 Lexington Road
Louisville, KY 40206

»Digital Tape Machine

March 04, 2015 9:00 PM

Digital Tape Machine is a band from Chicago, Illinois, that creates a forward-thinking style of music by lending a number of genres together including electronic dance, industrial, house and hip-hop into the confines of a rock band.With an instrumentally adept line up that includes drummer Kris Myers and keyboardist Joel Cummins of the popular jam band Umphrey's McGee, Digital Tape Machine has build a name for itself primarily on the live music circuit with concerts that highlight the group's natural knack for performance.

2100 South Preston Street
Louisville, KY 40217

»Louisville Cardinals

March 04, 2015 7:00 PM

The Louisville Cardinals are the sports team that represent the University of Louisville in athleticcompetitions. One of the moreformidablecollegiateathletic departments, it has been a force to bereckonedwith in the NCAA Big EastConference, which became the American AthleticConferencein 2013. Based out of Louisville, Kentucky, the Cardinals are known for their impressive basketball, baseball and football teams.

1 Arena Plaza
Louisville, KY 40202

»The Lion King

March 04, 2015 7:30 PM

Adapted from the beloved Disney film, The Lion King is a musical theater production that tells the story of a lion named Simba whose life takes an unexpected turn after his father, King Mufasa, dies at the hands of Simba's power-hungry uncle, Scar. Unable to deal with the tragedy at such a young age, Simba runs away from home believing that he is responsible for his father's death. When a chance encounter with an old friend reminds him of the importance of family and his responsibility to the rest of the lion pride, he finally returns home and faces the truth about his uncle's part in his father's death. Packed full of the film's renowned songs, including "Circle of Life," Hakuna Matata" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," The Lion King quickly garnered critical and commercial acclaim for its visually stunning rendition of the classic story.

501 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202

»Seaton Smith

March 05, 2015 7:15 PM

1250 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY 40204

»Headliner Weekend

March 05, 2015 7:15 PM

1250 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY 40204

»The Floozies Featuring Russ Liquid

March 05, 2015 9:00 PM

It's not uncommon to hear about how important improvisation is in a band's live performances. In The Floozies' case, however, entire sets can go from start-to-finish without a single pre-rehearsed idea coming into play. The group's impressively ingrained sense of musical interplay makes a bit more sense when you realize that it's the work of two brothers, Matt and Mark Hill. The experimental duo uses live drumming, electronic production and sound manipulation to create wildly unpredictable sound collages that bounce around from funk and disco, to dub and afrobeat. As the brothers have matured, they've started to embrace the benefits of putting together a rehearsed, well thought-out studio album--a technique that has won them numbers of new fans. Still, it's during live performances that The Floozies' knack for adventurous improv and sonic experimentation really shine though.

630 Barret Avenue
Louisville, KY 40204
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