Not much going on in Louisville this weekend

Print After a string of event-filled weekends, it seems that Possibility City has run out of options. Organic French Bistro Night May 29, 7 p.m. The Wine Studio $45 gets you a flight of organic French wines, canapés and four courses of 610 Magnolia's "interpretation of traditional Bistro dishes in a relaxed family style setting with communal seating." RSVP at (502) 817-7936. Making Health Care Happen (Health Care Organizing Kickoff) May 30, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ford the Ohio River and head to New Albany, Ind., (the original Albany is a boring place -- why the need for a sequel?) for this community forum on health care. Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), author of HR 676: The U.S. National Healthcare Act, is the featured speaker, and our own Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY) is slated to appear as well. Regardless of your feelings about health care, reform is coming (probably) and this forum is your chance to be heard. Canoe Trip on the Floyds Fork May 30, 9 a.m. Jefferson Memorial Forest You'll "see the beauty of nature" -- which might include a little inbred boy playing the banjo -- on this guided excursion on Floyds Fork. Register in advance -- you can't just show up -- at (502) 368-5404. All equipment is provided, but you'll need to pack your own lunch. And banjo. "Quickstart" Introduction to Flamenco Dance with Diana Dinicola May 31, 10 a.m. Flamenco Louisville's Studio Flamenco dancing always looks beautiful, and not just because Spanish women are hot and whenever I see it, I'm close to saturated in sangria. This class by Flamenco Louisville will cover the fundamental elements, including its history, arms and upper body movement, footwork and rhythmic underpinnings. To register, call (502) 235-3998. (Photo: Flickr/LaPetra)
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