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Fern Creek Community Association & Chamber of Commerce

Your Community, Your Business

Fern Creek Community Association & Chamber of CommerceThe FCCACC is comprised of individuals, businesses, civic and civil servants, volunteers, retirees and students who live, work and play in the Fern Creek, Highview and Buechel areas of Louisville, Kentucky! Together we represent a cooperative and collective effort to maintain and enhance the business and social climate of our combined communities.

The FCCACC is a contributing part of building a great community for families and for business in Jefferson Country. We do this by bringing together local leadership, from government, to business, to organizations and individuals through events, meetings and forums.

Our Next Members Luncheon

ImageDate: Oct 06, 2015 at 11:30AM

Location: Woodhaven Country Club

Speaker: David Dafoe: Flavorman and Distilled Spirits Epicenter founder David Dafoe is one of the country’s foremost authorities on flavor. Recognizing the need for technical innovation in the beverage industry, Dave created a company that specializes in the technical side of beverage development. His insistence on setting the highest standards for research, quality, and client support has made Flavorman a trend-setting force. Flavorman’s unique, collaborative approach to client relationships sets it apart in a competitive industry.

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Join Us

Becoming a business, or individual, member of the FCCACC is easy and inexpensive! As a member you'll receive a wide variety of benefits which include:

  • Opportunities to market your services and events.
  • Regular networking events with other members.
  • Participation in annual community activities.
  • A free listing in our online members directory.
  • Advance information on what's happening in Fern Creek and neighboring communities

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Fern Creek Fall Festival

SAVE THE DATE:  Thursday, October 22 5pm - 7pm  FREE Event all are welcome. More details to follow!

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ImageYoga at the FCCACC Community Center

The schedule for Yoga activity is as follows:

  • Monday, Bev Yurt, Basic Yoga, 5:00 pm, $5
  • Tuesday, Rebecca Burnett, Journey into Power Yoga, 6:00 pm, $7
  • Wednesday, Becky Thompson, Gentle Yoga, 11:30 am, $5
  • Thursday, Rebecca Burnett, Journey into Power Yoga, 10:00 am, $7

"Yoga is cheaper than therapy!"

Read more "News & Things Around Town" here.

ImageLouisville's Fern Creek

This great book, written by Cheryl Brandreth and Geoffrey Long Brandreth, provides the reader with a great history, along with photographs, of our community. Here's an excerpt.

Located in southeastern Jefferson County, Louisvilles Fern Creek community was settled in the 1780s with land grants given by Virginia for military service. The construction of the Louisville-Bardstown Turnpike encouraged Fern Creeks growth as farmers settled the land along the route. Originally known as Stringtown for the appearance of the houses that sprang up along Bardstown Pike, Fern Creek is named after the creek that meanders through the area. Due to the abundant sources of water throughout the southeastern portion of Jefferson County, several mills operated in the area, most notably in Buechel, on Cedar Creek, and on Floyds Fork. The erection of mills provided early settlers the means to grind corn and wheat. Originally an agricultural community of fields, orchards, and stables, Fern Creek established the Farmers and Fruit Growers Association in 1880 and the Jefferson County Fair Company, which operated at the Fern Creek Fairgrounds until 1928.

Stop by the Community Center office, or contact us, to pick up a copy today for only $21.99!