Paristown’s Fete de Noel will Stay Open through Jan. 12

Paristown’s inaugural Fête de Noël; a gift from Commonwealth Bank & Trust to remain open through Jan. 12th
Outdoor Ice-skating Rink a big success with Louisville Community

(Louisville KY – Jan. 2ND) – Due to overwhelming public support and demand for more outdoor ice-skating entertainment, Paristown has announced the hugely popular outdoor ice-skating rink which was slated to close on Jan. 5th, will now remain open through Jan. 12th. “Our inaugural Fête de Noël; a gift from Commonwealth Bank & Trust has been a huge success and the community support and feedback has been tremendous,” said Steve Smith, Paristown’s Managing Partner. Louisvillians can continue to skate through the beginning of 2020 on the same great 100’ x 40’ outdoor ice-skating rink which will maintain the same operating hours during the week-long extension.

According to Smith, “none of this would be possible without the support of our wonderful community partner, CB&T. Just like having a banker in the family, this local bank believed in the Paristown vision and stepped up early to commit to being the Presenting Sponsor of Fête de Noël which enabled us to collaborate and create this great new holiday attraction that has brought so much joy to our community.”

Established in 1854 along Beargrass Creek and just east of downtown Louisville directly off of East Broadway, the historic Village of Paristown is undergoing a major revitalization. Old Forester’s Paristown Hall, Stoneware & Co., and Christy’s Garden anchor the cultural arts and entertainment district. Plans for the Village Market were recently announced, with the remaining first phase of development, which includes two major historic restorations and the relocation and expansion of The Café, is scheduled to be completed during the first quarter of 2020.

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