Sixth District Metro Councilman David James and Kentucky Shakespeare are throwing a party in Central Park, the small but inviting park in the middle of Old Louisville.
The Second annual Saturday in the Park was created to show off the park and other amenities in Old Louisville. Old Louisville may be most famous for the St. James Court row of mansions and its annual arts festival.
But another big summer draw is Shakespeare in the Park, and Louisville has the old free group in the United States, according to a news release.
Free festivities tomorrow will include an interactive children’s theater featuring Julies Caesar and Bard Buddies, inflatable games, live music from The Dick Sisto Trio and The Mike Tracy Brazilian Ensemble and more, according to a news release.
At sunset, which is roughly 7:30 p.m., the plan is to show the Humphrey Bogart/Ingrid Bergman classic “Casablanca” on the big screen that’s part of the Shakespeare in the Park amphitheater.
(The weather forecast for tomorrow calls for clear, crisp fall weather.)
Saturday in the Park is scheduled for 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Central Park starts at Fourth and Park streets on the north, and is bounded by Fourth on the east, and Sixth Street on the west.
You can’t miss it.