History of Louisville's Waterfront

by Laura Ellis on June 4, 2010

Have you lived in Louisville long enough to remember the huge mound of sand on the waterfront? Or maybe you think we’ve always had the park? Louisville’s waterfront has seen many changes since 1778 when George Rogers Clark and party landed on Corn Island. Join us on Monday when we learn more about our waterfront’s history and future; and join us with your questions.    Photo by Donald Vish

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carolyn June 7, 2010 at 1:30 pm

Please have your guests comment on the effect that the Ohio Bridge Project will have on the “incomparable view of the Ohio River.”

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