Keisha Allen Presents: The 3rd Annual “Taste of West Louisville”

Fun, Food and Community is the always the goal for Keisha Allen’s “Taste of West Louisville.” The annual event gathers over a dozen Louisville food vendors – under one roof – and allows event-goers to sample their unique cuisines.

This year’s event takes place on April 8, 2017, at the California Community Center from 6pm-8pm (1600 St. Catherine Street, Louisville, KY 40210).

“The Taste” prides itself on using old-fashioned networking, to allow the residents of Louisville’s West End, to experience food and catering businesses that may not normally be located within their vicinity.

As if the food choices aren’t enough, Allen goes a step farther and uses a large portion of the proceeds to provide college scholarships for graduating local high school seniors.

Admission to “The Taste of West Louisville” is $20 and tickets must be purchased in advance through eventbrite or Better Days West record store. There will be no tickets available for purchase at the door. Click here to purchase tickets

The Taste of West Louisville is Presented by: Community Ventures & Uplift Louisville

Who is Uplift Louisville?

Uplift Louisville is an organization with the goal to enrich, enlighten, and encourage urban small businesses and the children of those communities in which the businesses operate.

We aim to enrich by promotion and bringing awareness to the businesses.  We aim to enlighten the community on the importance of small business and how they can participate in the small business movement.

We aim to enlighten also by advocating the importance of education, and net proceeds will ALWAYS be awarded in scholarships for current college bound high school seniors.   We aim to encourage each and every person in the community to never give up on hopes of greatness.

Contact Info:

Keisha Allen@

Brad Harrison is a journalist/motivational speaker/entrepreneur and on-air personality. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with cum laude honors from the University of Louisville. In October 2015, he started UrbanMaxx Magazine to provide positive role models for Urban residents that reside in at-risk-communities and lack positive leadership in their lives.
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