Third Street Parking Restrictions during the St. James Art Show.

The week of the show there will be no parking on the east side of Third Street in front of 1429 and 1433 and from Burnett to Hill Street. There will be no parking on the west side of Third Street from Park Street to Hill Street beginning at noon Thursday until 9PM Sunday.

The week of the show there will be no parking on Magnolia Street beginning at 7AM Thursday until 9PM Sunday.

There will also be closures and restrictions on St. James Court, Fourth Street, Fifth Street, Sixth Street, Hill Street and Park Avenue.

These areas will be reserved for artists and food vendors and special permit will be required.  Police will tow unauthorized vehicles.

The Alley between Third and Fourth will be blocked by manned barricades and will require an Alley Pass for access.  To obtain a pass, contact Elaine (number below) the week of the show or stop by the beer tent in front of 1426 Third.  Passes are for residents only - anyone parking on private property without consent of the owner can be towed.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.  Thank you once again for your support and patience!

Old Louisville and its residents, not to mention the rest of the city, benefit greatly from hosting one of the very best and largest art shows in the country.

Let's show off our treasured architecture and hospitality!!!  Invite your family and friends...get involved...see you at the show!

To volunteer, please call Elaine Davis Steele, Art Show Chairman, at 635-6741

Information as given by the 3rd Street Neighborhood Association



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