Current Events and Notices
Summer Reading and Cultural Pass for Children and Teens

Visit St. Matthews Eline Library to sign up for the Summer Reading and Cultural Pass offered free to Louisville children and teens.  Or go online to sign up here.

Summer Picnics

In St. Matthews- Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, 508 Breckenridge Lane, 40207. June 7, 6 pm and June 8, 5:30 pm.

Surrounding area- St. Albert Parish, 1395 Girard Ave, 40222.  June 21, 5 pm and June 22, 5 pm.

St. Matthews Farmers Market

Who’s ready to start your weekend with hot, fresh, local foods and more? It’s back for the summer, the St. Matthews Farmers Market, every Saturday May 12-Sept 29 from 8am-noon.  Please visit the vendors at Beargrass Christian Church, 4100 Shelbyville Road  (at the corner of Browns Lane and Shelbyville Road).  For a list of other markets this summer, click here.

Food Truck Friday June 28

Multiple food options all parked in one place.  Visit Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church, 311 Browns Lane, for Food Truck Friday on June 28 from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

Police National Night Out Aug 6

St. Matthews Police will be participating in the National Night Out Program again this year.  You are all invited to attend this annual event, on August 6 at 6:30 pm at the St. Matthews Community Park located at 310 Ten Pin Lane.  Click here for more information.

Lawn Care for Cleaner Air Rebate

The Lawn Care for Cleaner Air program offers rebates on new lawn equipment to residents of Jefferson County. Proof of residency must be provided when purchasing new equipment or when submitting a mail-in rebate request to the Air Pollution Control District. 

For more information and the rebate form, please click here.

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

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.

    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