Things To Do: April 2-3

Lizzie Wiseman


At the Paroquet Springs Conference Center in Shepherdsville, there will be the Kentucky Reptile Expo from 10 AM to 4 PM. Admission is $5.25 ages 6 and older. Children under the age of 6 get in for free.

The Louisville Zoo will be holding “Party for the Planet” day from 7 AM to 3 PM. Zoo keepers will discuss the world of amphibians and will also be selling various organic items that benefit the Earth to raise money.
The WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Dinner Theater’s “The Corpse on Farewell Street” will be held Saturday at The Hyatt Regency on W. Jefferson Street. The tickets are $43.95 per person, this covers your ticket, meal, tax and gratuity. You can call 502-426-7100 to reserve your spot.


Tickets are now on sale at the Louisville Science Center for Star Trek: The Exhibition. The exhibition features sets, costumes, priceless museum pieces and props. Tickets are $18 for adults and $14 for children 2 to 12, which includes admission to the Science Center’s permanent exhibits.

The Frazier Museum is hosting “Water Works: 150 Years of Louisville Water Company” exhibit. Immerse yourself in the Louisville Water Company’s fascinating 150-year history of innovation and public service. The Frazier Museum will collect change to raise money for EDGE OUTREACH, a Louisville Water Company partner and international organization headquartered in Louisville. EDGE works to train, equip and mobilize people to provide sustainable water, sanitation and health and hygiene solutions throughout the world. Donations to the “Drop in the Bucket” campaign will purchase supplies and equipment for their work purifying water in places such as Haiti and India. The exhibit opens at 9 AM.