Things to do: Jan. 31- Feb. 2

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Photo by: Vanessa Gregorchik Dwayne Sutton (11, #22) warms up before a game.
Dwayne Sutton (11, #22) warms up before a game. Photo by Vanessa Gregorchik.

Friday, Jan. 31

Girls’ and Boys’ Varsity Basketball Game vs. Jeffersontown High School @ Jeffersontown
9600 Old Six Mile Lane
Louisville, KY
Girls: 6pm
Boys: 7:30pm
$7-8, free with Crimson Card

Manual students have the opportunity to support the basketball teams in their away game against Jeffersontown High School. Enjoy the game, and show your school spirit.

One Blue Wall’s Literary Night
Manual High School Senior Cafeteria
6:30-8:30, $5

Manual’s literary magazine staff, One Blue Wall, as well as an additional creative writing class taught by Mrs. Ritchie, is hosting their second annual Literary Night. For only $5, students, parents, and anyone else interested can listen to original writing pieces of Manual students and enjoy a variety of foods and drinks. All of the money will be put towards the magazine, which will be published towards the end of the year.

Jamie Grace w/ Skillet @ KFC Yum! Center
1 Arena Plaza
Louisville, KY
7pm, $15

22-year-old singer/songwriter from Atlanta, Jamie-Grace, became the youngest 2012 Grammy nominee for her single “Hold Me.” She has just released her Sophomore album. This concert is a part of her “Ready to Fly” tour.
Saturday, Feb, 1

They Came Bearing Arms/ The American Dream/ The Black Math/ etc @ The Vernon Club
1575 Story Avenue
Louisville, KY
$5-10, 7pm

A series of Hardcore/Punk rock bands will be performing together at the Vernon Club. Ticket prices were not listed, but are usually anywhere between five and ten dollars.

Saturday, Feb. 1

The Magic of Disney @ Brown Theater
315 W. Broadway
Louisville, KY
$15, 11am-12:30pm

A Louisville Orchestra show featuring music from your favorite Disney movies, like Lion King, Mary Poppins and Beauty and the Beast.

20th annual African-American Art Exhibition @ Actors Theater

316 W. Main Street
Louisville, KY
Free, 5pm

A celebration of African-American history, culture, and art expressed by local artists claimed to be one of the oldest and most popular exhibitions. 

Sunday, Feb. 2

St. Francis of Assisi “Concert for Contemplation”
1960 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY
7pm

With music by jazz musician Harry Pickens, this concert will fill your need for compassion and re-connect your source within.