Evenings Upstairs

Evenings Upstairs – Forgotten Distilleries: An Introduction to Bourbon Archaeology
September 17 | 7:00pm

Led by Nicolas Laracuente, Bourbon Archaeologist. The distilling industry is a critical piece of Kentucky’s history and its continued success. Nick will discuss the three […]

Evenings Upstairs – Legends and Lore from America’s Most Haunted Neighborhood
October 8 | 7:00pm

Led by David Domine, writer  & raconteur. The most haunted neighborhood in America? That’s what many are calling Old Louisville, an extensive preservation district filled […]

Evenings Upstairs – The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812
November 12 | 7:00pm

Led by Dr. Nathan K Moran, Center for Earthquake Research and Information at the University of Memphis. What many refer to as the Great New […]

Evenings Upstairs – Bringing Back the Belle
December 3 | 7:00pm

Led by Historic Preservationist Melinda Winchester  Come hear the history and story of “Bringing Back the Belle”.  The Belle Louise is an 1879 Italianate Beauty […]


About Evenings Upstairs
Since 1994, the flagship Adult Service program series has entertained and educated the public with performances and lectures each month.

Presenters include authors, professors, entertainers, local musical acts, and more.