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Germantown in Louisville, Kentucky offers a unique German feel in a small American neighborhood. The Germantown neighborhood was founded in the 1800's by the several German settlers that came to America to create a new life with new opportunities. The neighborhood has a very unique historic feel, and you can almost imagine how the town felt in its beginning. Some German traditions still linger in Germantown and the residents are proud of their neighborhood's history. There are several small family owned and operated pubs and cafes sticking to German tradition. The population is just above 4,000 people and its residents include mainly college students, young couples, singles, and several long-term residents. Germantown has grown considerably in the past few years due to its close location to downtown Louisville and it is also considered one of the less expensive places to live, considering cost of living. One of Germantown's major historic sites is the St. Theresa Catholic Church, which is one of the original churches built by German immigrants that moved to this area. There are several little restaurants offering a variety of different types of entr
Events in Germantown
When You Wish Upon A Bar: A Disney Quiz!
at HopCat - Louisville
Test Your Disney Knowledge!
First Annual BOO BALL
at Squallis Puppeteers
Squallis Puppeteers turns 20 years old this Halloween 2017! And we are kicking off this anniversary year with our first annual BOO BALL celebration.
Mile Wide Halloween Party
at Mile Wide Beer Co.
Go ahead and get your bed sheets ready, mark the date on your calendar, and find a babysitter. We're planning a shindig to celebrate Halloween, adult style!