Current Events and Notices
Free Music Program - Monday, April 15

Monday, April 15, 2019

Music Program

“Faure’ and Durufle” Requiems”

Bellarmine University Oratorio Society, with conductor S. Timothy Glasscock, will present a Free program at the Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church, located at 311 Browns Lane, in St. Matthews. Soloists Eric Brown and Paige Middleton will be featured. The program begins at 7 p.m. Although the program is free, all donations are welcome, as any funds collected will be put towards a music scholarship for a worthy student. 

St. Matthews Library Reopening May 9

After nine long months of renovation, the St. Matthews Library will be reopening with a celebration.  Louisville Mayor Fisher and St. Matthews Mayor Tonini invite the public to join them on May 9 at 10 a.m. to check out the now 19,000 square foot library, the fourth largest public library in Louisville.  Click here for details.

Shakespeare in the Park in St. Matthews May 11

The City of St. Matthews is proud to sponsor the Kentucky Shakespeare in the Parks Tour, who will bring their 6 actor, 90-minute production of Macbeth to the St. Matthews City Hall parking lot on Saturday, May 11, 6:30 p.m.  Parking is available in the library parking lot.  Those attending are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.  A great time to pack a picnic meal to enjoy at this family community event. In the event of inclement weather, the performance will be held inside the St. Matthews Community Center, 310 Ten Pin Lane.


Shred/Drug Toss May 11

May 11, 2019 is SeniorCare Experts annual spring Shred/Drug toss day at their office. 145 Thierman Lane, 40207
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Donations accepted.

St. MAM's Golf Classic May 13

St. MAM will be sponsoring a day of golf on Monday, May 13, at Wildwood Country Club, 5000 Bardstown Rd.  Enjoy 18 holes of golf, a riding cart, lunch, dinner and silent auction.  Plus several opportinities for prizes.  

Please visit St. MAM events page for additional information and to register for this day of fun.

Responsible Recycling Event FREE May 18

Time for spring cleaning? To help dispose of questionable items, you may one stop drop at Louisville Water Tower Park, 3005 River Road, on Saturday, May 18, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Several vendors will be there to collect batteries, books, computers and electronics, handheld devices and cell phones, unused and expired drugs, new and gently used shoes, and used cooking oil.  Paper shredding will also be available.  For specific details, please refer to this flyer.

The New KY Driver's License

Kentucky is advancing the process of issuing driver’s licenses and personal ID cards in an effort to improve the security of state-issued credentials and comply with federal standards. To provide Kentuckians with options to best suit their needs, all identity credentials will be available in one of two versions: a new standard credential or a new Voluntary Travel ID credential.  The Voluntary Travel ID includes all the credentials of the standard with the addition of the ability to pass through airport security checkpoints to board US commercial flights and to access federally restricted facilities.

    Please visit the website for additional information regarding the new KY driver’s license.

    Sipp'n for Seniors June 19

    Join us for an evening of sipp’n local wine, beer, spirits, coffee and tea. Sample delicious hors d’oeuvres while browsing the Silent Auction at The Olmstead 5PM-8PM on June 19. Sponsored by SeniorCare Experts.

    For more information click here.

    Volunteers Needed St. MAM

    Office: 1 Day per Quarter – Compile and fold newsletters for distribution. Time: TBD
    Food Pantry: Retail Pick-Ups – Monday – Friday mornings to pick up donations from retail partners.
    Homebound Food Delivery: Prepare Food Bags – Individuals or a group to come in one day a month and pull the food from the St. MAM Food Pantry.
    and Delivery Drivers – 4th Tuesday (1-3pm) & 4th Wednesday (10am-12pm). (Background checks and a copy of your car insurance policy are required.)
    Substitutes: All Days – On-call individuals who would be available to help when regular volunteers are sick or out of town.
    Contact Suzanne at 893-0205 or

    SeniorCare Experts Volunteers needed

    With just an hour or two a week you can help deliver a meal or drive an area senior to an appointment.  Our oldest generation needs companionship, friendship, and love.  Volunteer your time, do good, feel good.  Please call SeniorCare Experts for more information, 502-896-2316.  Or connect online at

    Storytime Changes at St. Matthews Eline Library


    Due to the expansion of the St. Matthews Eline Library and the renovation of City Hall, the regular Baby, Toddler and Preschool Storytimes have moved to the St. Matthews Community Center, 310 Ten Pen Lane, to provide more convenient and safer parking. For days and times of all the free Storytimes, check the St. Matthews Library website by clicking here.

    St. Matthews Library Storytimes will continue throughout the branch closure at the St. Matthews Community Center, 310 Ten Pin Ln., 40207

    Baby : Thursdays, 10:15

    Toddler: Wednesdays, 10:15

    Thursdays, 11:15

    Preschool: Wednesdays, 11:15

    Stadium to replace Voll Field




    Stadium to replace Voll Field

    A proposal has been approved by the City of St. Matthews Council to allow Trinity High School Foundation, Inc. (THSF) and St. Matthews Little League to cooperatively build and maintain a modern high school baseball sports stadium at the St. Matthews Community Center Park.   This project includes demolition, site work and construction of the project which will be the sole responsibility of THSF including construction management and obtaining any required permits and plan approvals.

    The City of St. Matthews retains ownership of the stadium and reserved in its lease agreement to THSF the right to open the facility to City use, when not being occupied by Trinity High School or the St. Matthews Little League.  The project will be completed in spring 2019.




    40% Rebate on Purchase of Shade Trees

    While many of us typically imagine springtime when thinking about tree planting, cold weather months are actually a great time to get a new tree in the ground! Planting a tree while it’s dormant will give it the opportunity to establish in its new home before leafing out when spring rolls around. If you’re thinking about planting a tree at home, now’s the perfect time to do it.

    TreesLouisville, in partnership with the Louisville Metro Division of Community Forestry, is currently running a Tree Rebate Program as an incentive for homeowners to plant more trees. The Tree Rebate Program is open to all residents of Jefferson County. Participants can earn a rebate of 40 percent (up to $80) on the purchase of a shade tree. Rebates will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis until funds run out. For full details, visit