There are a number of steadfast traditions in Louisville â€“ special days that bring people together en masse.
The Pendennis Club held its annual Halloween party, and the Glenview Hills subdivision had a get-together for the children.
The Filson Historical Society hosted its Fright Night Halloween party on Oct. 30.
Lavishly costumed masqueraders celebrated the ghostly season in true 19th-century style in one of the cityâ€™s most opulent mansions, Conrad-Caldwell House Museum...
Zombies, hobbits, and fairy princesses visited the local businesses of the Highlands on Oct. 25 for trick-or-treating and shopping. Bardstown Road businesses...
Owl Creek Lodge played host to a multitude of locals who got in the Halloween mood early by dressing up and partying.
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The Fillies hosted their annual Boo Bash at the Louisville Boat Club on Oct. 19.
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