There’s lots to love in Louisville in February (not counting Valentine’s Day). Here are THE events in Louisville you don’t want to miss this February.
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Saturday, February 6, is Actors Theatre’s annual costumed fundraiser, Lobster Feast 2016: Happily Ever Actors. Guests love the all-you-can-eat lobster buffet dinner, signature cocktails and great silent and live auctions. Individual tickets for this event at the Downtown Marriott start at $300 and can be purchased online here: actorstheatre.org.
Be a part of the third Louisville Fight For Air Climb in the iconic National City Tower on February 6, at 9 a.m. Whether you are an extreme athlete seeking a challenge, enjoy exercising with friends or climbing to honor a loved one, join in for this one-of-a kind experience. The climb involves 38 floors
Love is in the air. Place your order for any of Blooms’ lovely bouquets before February 7th and receive 20% of your purchase. Names from left to right: Golden Romance, Joyful Hearts, All My Love and Sparkling Love. For more information, click here: styleblueprint.com
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts is taking us back in time to World War II. This new multimedia oral history combines taped interviews with Holocaust survivors with theatrical recreations of their lives during the war. Tickets start at $15 and show times vary by day. For more information and to purchase your tickets,
The temperatures are about to start warming up, which means it’s time to start thinking about our outdoor patio furniture. Monday, February 8, through Sunday, February 21, Digs is hosting their Preseason Sale. Take up to 60% off outdoor retail furniture, 30% off indoor furniture and accessories and an extra 10% off any special orders.
International opera singer Alyson Cambridge will join the Jeff Sherman Trio for a special jazz performance at Varanese Restaurant on Monday, February 8 at 9:30 p.m. Varanese will take on a more intimate atmosphere for the show, featuring high top tables and special menu of late night options and drink specials. The performance is free
Every second Tuesday of every month, 21c Museum Hotels offers a guided docent tour of the current exhibition, which is followed by lunch and a complimentary sweet treat at Proof on Main. Participants will pay for their own lunch, but the tour and sweet treat are complimentary. For more information, click here:styleblueprint.com
For it’s 5th year in business, Doc Crow’s Southern Smokehouse and Raw Bar is celebrating by offering appetizers and specialty cocktails for $5 on Thursday, February 11. Head bartender, Keri Smith, will reintroduce five of the top cocktails created in the last five years for guests to enjoy and toast the restaurant. For more information,
Garage Bar invites singles and couples alike to venture out this Valentine’s Day weekend and profess their love, not only to each other, but to beer and food. On Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14, Garage Bar will offer special three-course menu items paired with libations from <oody Tongue Brewing Company. All three courses along
Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14, Varanese Restaurant will be offering a special Valentine’s Day treat with their “A Taste of Love Aphrodisiac Dinner”. The dinner will include a special menu comprised of aphrodisiac ingredients designed to stimulate the appetite and inspire the heart. The regular menu will also be available. To reserve your
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