Only THREE More Saturdays of  Food Trucks!


July 24  5:30 pm Bellissimo Authentic Italian Food

               Live Music by Hermanos Latin Jazz Band


Located at the corner of Speed & Lauderdale. Enjoy meeting neighbors in the Bonnycastle and Highland-Douglass neighborhoods, while supporting local businesses. Come socialize with us! There will be tables & chairs if you'd like to sit, relax and chat. Or you can say a quick "hello" and grab & go. Hope to see you at 2269 Speed Avenue!


July 31   5:30 pm Bamba Egg Roll Company (Filipino-inspired cuisine)  

               Acoustic live music by Megan Stout


 August 7  5:30 pm Cut to the Chase 502  

                 Live music by Zach Outman Band


Bagels and Butterflies - Saturday, August 7th 

Join us Saturday, August 7th for the return of Bagels & Butterflies, a family-friendly event with a presentation from Idlewild Butterfly Farm, plus a butterfly release.

We will meet in the backyard of Gail & Ed Henson, 2335 Bonnycastle Avenue, at 10:30 a.m, Saturday, August 7th. Bring your children, grandchildren or your friends for neighborhood fellowship and bagels, coffee and juice. 

Admission is free for BHA members. Please RSVP at with the number of adults & children attending.


For non-members, you are welcome, too!  The non-member ticket is $5 per person (regardless of age), plus a $1 fee on the total order. (2 people = $11; 3 people = $16, etc.) 
Please click here to register and pay online:

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Neighborhood Nights on Bardstown Road

The next "Neighborhood Night" is Wednesday, August 18th. The free trolley will run on Bardstown Road between Douglass and Broadway from 4 to 9pm.  Live music will be performed from 6 to 8pm by various musicians at different spots along Bardstown Road. Let's get out there and support our local businesses and see a few neighbors too.🎵🎷🎸🎻🪕🎵🎶🚎


Please Renew Your Membership 

It's time to renew your membership! You can now pay for your 2021-22 membership, which will expire on Feb 28th, 2022. Membership benefits include:

  • Engagement with and support of a hard-working Board that is attentive to your input on maintaining and enhancing the wonderful qualities of the neighborhood you love
  • Better connection with your neighbors and more community involvement
  • Access to an online directory of Bonnycastle residents (we have over 70 residents who are taking advantage of this online directory, and several who have listed available pet-sitters and baby-sitters)
  • Access to archives of online newsletters, discounts on events and discounts on improvements for your property (TREES!)

 Welcome to the Bonnycastle Homestead Association


If you live in the Bonnycastle neighborhood, be sure to subscribe to our communications. If you don't already have a BHA account, you will need to create one, or simply email us and let us know that you wish to receive our communications. There is no charge to create an account. Only paid members will be able to take advantage of member-only features such as newsletter archive, online directory, and discounted trees.


We hope you will become a member. By paying your membership dues each year, you will support the BHA board volunteers who work hard to make this a great neighborhood. Annual membership dues are very inexpensive ($20 per family or $10 per individual).



The Bonnycastle Homestead area is a part of Louisville's Highlands, between Bardstown Road and Cherokee Park, and between Eastern Parkway and Speed Avenue. Built up over 50 years ago, and experiencing some decline in the 1950's and 1960's, the neighborhood is now alive and prospering. Residents are happy with their tree- shaded streets, their graceful older homes, their closeness to the cultural offerings of downtown, and the friendly atmosphere. The neighborhood is vitalized by a diversity of ages and occupations. In recent years, this has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Louisville; property values are rising, and houses sell rapidly.


The Bonnycastle neighborhood boundaries are defined by Bardstown Road, Eastern Parkway, Cherokee Road, and Speed Avenue, as pictured in brown region of map below:


(image taken from - Cherokee Triangle & Bonnycastle Neighborhoods Plan)