Looking to spice up your kitchen? Here are some ingredients for cooking up your dream space, straight from Memphis’ design experts.
Day of the Dead with Latino Memphis is back! Last year, this grand social event was named one of Memphis’ Top 10 Parties of 2016 by The Commercial Appeal. Dress in black and white and dance the night away to Latin rhythms at this high-end fiesta, featuring one-of-a-kind performances, sugar skull-inspired face painting, authentic food
J.McLaughlin would like to invite you to celebrate the opening of their new store in Memphis! Enjoy light bites, cocktails and fall shopping along with StyleBlueprint. The event kicks off at 5 p.m., and we’ll shop ’til we drop at 8 p.m. There will be special gifts with purchases of $150 or more, and $300
The Memphis Botanic Garden is hosting David Rogers’ Big Bugs at the Garden, open to the public starting on September 16. Representing eight different species, this nationally recognized traveling art exhibit features ten giant wooden bug sculptures towering up to 18 feet tall. Big Bugs will inhabit all 96 acres of the Memphis Botanic Garden. memphisbotanicgarden.com/bigbugs
Find gifts for all those charmingly different someones in your life! Peruse local vendors showcasing jewelry, art, sewn creations and other types of handmade goodness at St. Luke’s Methodist Church.
Since 2009, the Collierville Police Department and Landers Ford have hosted the Classic Car Show as a community event and fundraiser benefiting Collierville Education Foundation. Last year, the car show raised more than $30,000. The event is free and open to the public and features classic cars from across the country on display in addition
The beautiful St. Jude Garden is once again the setting for the 7th annual Garden Harvest dinner, presented by Independent Bank. This exclusive sunset experience begins with cocktails and a premium silent auction, followed by a farm-to-table six-course dinner created by some of the region’s most renowned chefs. St. Jude Hero and WMC-TV news anchor
Le Monster is back! Memphis College of Art (MCA) presents “Le Monster Part Boo,” a collaborative exhibition between Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and the MCA community of students, faculty and staff who have reimagined drawings of monsters originally created by the hospital’s child patients. The exhibition will be on view Oct. 7 to Nov. 4
Take a break on Thursday, October 19th and head to Unwind for Hope. Your $25 admission will include wine, delicious Memphis food and access to an art sale featuring local female artists. The event will benefit Hope House, a nonprofit serving children and families affected by HIV and poverty. hopehousememphis.org
Plan your dream wedding with The Memphis Pink Bride Wedding Show, an immersive shopping destination where you can meet local wedding pro’s all under one roof! Plus, you’ll get to see the latest fashion with our fashion shows, gain major inspiration and so much more! thepinkbride.com
The Bluff City Blues Bicycle Ride takes place in north Memphis and rolls through beautiful country roads. The ride is perfect for beginner to experienced riders and you can ride between 20-100 miles. Enjoy beer and BBQ after the ride. bcb100.com
Join Eclectic Eye on September 23 as they host a Francis Klein Trunk Show! Dixie Klein, daughter of the designer will be joining them – all the way from Paris! She is bringing many pieces of the collection, including unisex frames + sunnies. eclectic-eye.com