VCC Jan. Dinner Meeting (POTLUCK PARTY) 1/21/12

Posted by Spalding Hurst

December 28, 2011

Its getting closer to that time of year once again for the VCC January Potluck Party. Make your favorite dish, dig up your old gear and come on out and join us for a night of fun and stuffing your gut with great food and friends.

Middletown Women’s Club
11719 Shelbyville Rd.
Louisville, KY 40243

Google Map: http://g.co/maps/aqpex

The Middletown Women’s Club is located at 11719 Shelbyville Rd., in Middletown between Evergreen Rd and Blankenbaker Parkway. There is no phone in the building. 

From I-64: 

Take the Blankenbaker Parkway exit and turn north onto Blankenbaker, passing Southeast Christian church. Go until Blankenbaker ends at Shelbyville Rd., and turn right. Pass two traffic lights, and look for the Middletown Women’s Club on the left side, on the corner of Shelbyville Rd and Bliss Ave. You’re looking for a modest 1930’s-era gray house. You’ll also see a Quizno’s Pizza at that same corner.

From the Gene Snyder Expressway (I-265): 

Take the Shelbyville Rd./Middletown exit. Go west on Shelbyville Rd., towards Middletown. Travel 2 miles, and look for the Middletown Women’s Club on the right, on the corner of Shelbyville Rd and Bliss Ave. You’re looking for a modest 1930’s-era gray house. A Quiznos Pizza will also be on the right, at the same intersection, and the Quiznos sign is easy to spot from the road.

Parking:

Turn onto Bliss Ave, and turn in at the Women’s Club parking lot. Enter through the ramp entrance at the back of the building.

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