The new 3,700-acre Parklands of Floyd's Fork project, stretching 19 miles along Floyd's Fork in Eastern Louisville, is one of the finest projects of its kind in the United States. Retired Courier-Journal journalist and Parklands historian Bob Hill will describe the project and take an in-depth look at the park's namesake, John Floyd. Floyd was among the first to survey the Louisville area in the 1770s and fought with Gen. George Rogers Clark in the Revolutionary War.
Admission is $5; $3 for Friends of Locust Grove. Coffee and dessert served.