Count Down to Parading!
Less than 30 Days to the 5/17 Parade!
Reserve your Spot Now! Click Here
LOUISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
2008 Sports Award & Recognition Banquet Sunday
Louisville Art Gallery
Annual Jewelry Show and Sale Saturday 4/26
4th Wednesday of Each Month Community Volunteer
The Hills are Alive!!
Monday 4/28 Auditions for
the Sound OF Music at the Lofte
City-Wide Un-Loved Bicycle Hunt
The call has gone out for Un-Loved, neglected, ugly. forgotten. busted bicycles that are loitering in the back of garages and storage areas.
You are encouraged to round them all up, and drop them off in the 5th Street Studio parking lot. There is a secret plan for them - and nobody will tell me what it is - Just that they need old nasty-looking bicycles!
Hunt them Down and Drop Them Off!
Check for more details to www.5thStStudio.com
LOUISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
2008 Sports Award & Recognition Banquet
DATE: Sunday, April 27
TIME: 5:00 PM
WHERE: Elementary Gym
WHO: ALL HS athletes, coaches, family, boosters, and supporters.
Hosted by the Louisville Boosters. Teams and athletes will be
recognized for their many achievements during the 2007-2008 school
Still time to RSVP:
Louisville Art Gallery
Annual Jewelry Show and Sale
This Saturday, April 26, from 11:30am -
4:30pm, is the "Annual Jewelry Show and Sale"
that will feature the work of eleven artists.
Rose Rutherford, Meridith Merwald Gofta,
Jonnie Andersen, Layna Bentley, Gerry Klein,
Margie Shanahan, Patsy Smith, Carol DeBuse,
Mary Goddard, Lisa Maciejewski and Judy Greff
will be showing and selling their work
throughout the afternoon on the main floor of
the Gallery. With a wide range of styles and
materials, this show will offer something to
The Lofte Community
in Manley will be holding auditions for its summer musical, " The Sound of Music." This is the classic love story of
a novitiate nun sent by her Mother Superior to work as governess
to seven children in 1930s Austria. Soon Maria and the children's
father, the Captain, fall in love against the backdrop of the Third Reich
and the onset of World War II.
All auditions will take place
at the Lofte. Children ages 7-15 will audition on
Monday, April 28th at 7pm. Auditions for all other actors, ages 16 and up
will be held on April 29th and 30th at 7pm. Everyone should bring a
prepared solo of no more than one minute. Accompanist
provided. Actors will also perform cold readings from the
script. Kevin Colbert will direct. Emily Raasch will be musical
questions or driving directions, please call the Lofte at 402-234-2553 or visit
their website, www.Lofte.com
Lofte Community Theatre
P.O. Box 62
Please release the following information. If I can be of any
further assistance, please feel free to contact me, Anne Pope, Director-Public
Relations. Home (402)781-9233. The Lofte Community Theatre is
sincerely grateful for your cooperation.
Good theater anywhere is good for theater everywhere.--
This is an unique opportunity to learn
about agriculture while enjoying the great outdoors! See a cow being
milked, pet a baby calf, and sample locally-produced Legacy
Milk! Take a guided tour of the 127-year-old farm where you'll learn
about farming practices 100 years ago, 50 years ago, and today.
Reservations are now being accepted for
groups of 10 or more people. Children of all ages are welcome, and we will
customize your tour to suit the age level of your group. The cost is
$3.00/person. Children ages 2 & under and paid school staff members
are free with a minimum of 10 paying guests. We'll provide every
group with a packet of farm-related coloring and activity pages so you
can continue your learning experience after you leave the farm.
SPECIAL VALUE: Add lunch to your tour for
just $2.00 more--that's just $5.00/person! Lunch includes hot dogs, chips,
carrots/celery and Legacy Milk or bottled water.
Morning and afternoon time
slots are still available. Call 402-267-4104 or
now to make a reservation. Bloom Where You're Planted Farm is at 911-108th St. rural Avoca,
NE. Visit our website, www.bloompumpkinpatch.com, for a
map and directions.
BUILD Events Committee Update
Plans are on target for "Air Your Art in Louisville."
The BUILD events committee recently visited area art shows to attract
additional artists for the art fair in the park.
There will be live entertainment throughout the day in the city park as well.
The city parade will be held at 2:00 p.m.
The banner project has
been delayed due to time constrictions, but we are looking forward to
the "unveiling" of the banners at next year's event.
The events committee is
looking into transportation ideas between the various locations where
special events are being held; such as Louisville Care Community's
Health Fair, 5th St. Studio's ARTflea Market, the Art Gallery's "Thrown
and Blown" and Feather's Garden Party.
Louisville will be the place to be on May 17th for "Air Your Art in Louisville!!"
Community Website Sponsors include:
Welcomes KPTM and embraces their support of
Louisville Care Community
Contact Us for a VIP Tour!
Pat Flynn for Senate
NEW JOBS Section - Community Website
Free Listing of Jobs Wanted - Help Wanted
Seasonal Staff Needed
Platte River State Park
Mahoney State Park
USE CODE: 33-33500-1
Both Require Applications to be Submitted On Line
at the State Personnel Website:
New Homes Section - Community Website
Free Listing of Homes Wanted - Homes for Sale
Weekly Newsletter Feature - 3 Minute Interviews
4th Wednesday of Each Month an Active Volunteer
April 23, 2008
or email at
Louisville Newsletter Interviews
3 Min informal interviews with some of Louisville's most interesting people
prepared 4 times a month on the following schedule:
First Wednesday of the Month Louisville Leaders
an informal visit with Local Government
Second Wednesday of the Month Louisville Welcomes
an informal visit with our Newest Family or Business Neighbor
Third Wednesday of the Month Louisville Movers and Shakers
an informal visit with a Local Business Leader
Fourth Wednesday of the Month Louisville Angels
an informal visit with active Volunteers
Community Website Sponsors include:
(Mention you saw this ad on the Louisville City Website!)
Beaver Lake Marina
Get Ready for Fun in the Sun!
From Beaver Lake Marina!
Louisville Community Website
All Your Protection, Under One Roof
Genuine Home Made, Local Recipes
Click Here to view the New Menu
Hey, how about some Pie?
Shadow Lake Towne Center
Where Shopping is an Event!
Farmers Bank of Cook
V i s i t t h e Li o n s Den
Provided by Mike Krambeck and Krambeck PhotographyView and purchase professional photos of our athletes (Click Here) that will provide a lifetime of memories, and help support the fine work of Mike and Pam
Look Up Old News!
The Cass Gram has a newOnline Feature that allows you to look-upNews items that were published in past issues.
The Cass Gram is that handy, free single page news leaflet that you can
pickup at Subway, or Home State Bank
enter any keyword, such as your last name to see what past news stories pop-up
Cass Gram - Get your News, while it is still News
Pick Up Your Cass Gram - Today!
Louisville Birthdays, Anniversaries, Celebrations
and Special Announcements
Celebrates his Birthday
Stop in and wish Cory a great Day!
this will be a now be regular feature
email@example.com in this weekly newsletter, send your announcements to
with all the Latest Louisville Issues
Read the most recent City Council Minutes
Read recent BUILD Meeting Minutes
Now, let's Snoop on the Neighbors!!
Read all our local news by clicking on:
We built this feature to encourage you to share with the BUILD group
your ideas, observations and suggestions for a better Louisville.
Your comments and ideas are shared at the
Monthly BUILD meeting and with the City.
We have significantly improved our Classified Section,
and the popularity of this section has grown dramatically!
We see most new listings Tues and Wed with the Weekly Newsletters.
You can now add a digital photo, and all the ads are monitored, to keep them local. The classified section, is now the most
frequently visited section of the website,
so get out there and sell something!
Anybody in Louisville can contribute
a story..or a Guest Editorial on pretty much
Type your story in the little box (cut and paste it)
This represents your access to
about 1118 of your neighbors
and you don't have to pay to get your message out
(Be Aware: message content must be approved by the editor's Mom,
and she says; "If you can't says something nice, then shut up and eat!")
Join Club Louisville
A private OnLine Community for Authentic Louisville Residents Only
Be sure and check out the Local Discussion by
the top left hand side of your screen
This Forum is Secure and Available Only to Louisville Residents,
you must request an account for access call 234-2345 for assistance
Hey, Life is Better Here!
If you are among the geographically challenged
that happento live somewhere else...
Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
Select a lot in our new Subdivision, drive down and check it out,
get a loan eat dinner, then buy some firewood!
you too can experience the Better Life!
From the Editor
I remember when Melody and Liz opened their doors June 1996, and the era of the Louisville Art Chicks officially began. There were some seriously raised eyebrows in town.
The idea that a chicky - womens lunch dress-up party boutique complete with red feathered boas, bright festive hats, off-key singing, dancing, colorful chalk drawings on the sidewalk, and all things whimsy would locate in a dusty little river town like Louisville was just crackers.
The good ol boys on Main Street, .. we all gave it about 3 weeks.
Shows how bright I am!
Little did I know, that succesful women from all around the area, Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, even Des Moines would soon make the Art Chicks in Louisville a must see destination and the reputation would grow, and grow. The concept had never been done before, and now there are Art Chicks Copy businesses across the country. Look what they started! You have to be impressed.
The "Ladies who Lunch" arrived in their Mercedes, BMW's, Lexus and Porshe and had a great time escaping their routine in their Meca to Louisville.
Since Art Chicks opened in June of '96 we have seen: Louisville Art Gallery - Coop-de-Ville - Feathers - Chick-er-Doodles - Studio - Envy Salon and now 5thStreet Studio. All seeking to be where that great artsy feeling is; in Louisville.
When some thing is obviously working,
it just makes sense to build on it.
The idea is to build on the momentum of the last 10 years and focus attention on Louisville as a fun artsy, weekend destination. We are right between Omaha and Lincoln, and close to great venues like Louisville Lakes, Platte River and Mahoney parks.
Our Weekend Guests happily contribute to the Sales Tax coffers, which in turn allow us to build needed infrastructure, streets, water systems, parks and all things that keep our City strong and vital.
It just seems to make a lot of sense!
But, is it possible to imagine Rural Louisville
as the New Nucleus of the local Art Scene?
May 17th begins the testing!
Having Fun and Geiger Testing South of the River