The 2018 Miss Kentucky United States will be crowned on Feb 25th! Each contestant competes in a personal interview prior to the show. On stage, you will see the contestants introductions, swimsuit, evening gown competition and their on-stage question. This is a preliminary to the Miss United States Pageant. The pageant starts at 2 p.m. at Van
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Find the perfect new piece to spice up your home while supporting local artists. There will be food, performances and lots of awesome art. The indoor show will be held in Mellwood’s Monet and Picasso Event Rooms. They are a handicap, dog, & kid friendly facility. The booth fee is $175.00. Spaces are limited and it
Southern Crossings Pottery Festival’s focus is on the significance of handmade pottery by celebrating the object, it’s maker, and the utilitarian use in nourishing ourselves and those around us. The SXPF pottery market showcases the artwork of 9 ceramic artists. A ticketed opening reception will be held March 2, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana will host its 12th Annual Desserts First at The Olmstead. The area’s finest local restaurant chefs will create original desserts and signature drinks using the well-known Girl Scout Cookie varieties as the key ingredient. The chefs will gather and present their creations for tasting. This event takes place on February
Enjoy a culinary adventure around the world all from the warm confines of the Woodford Reserve Distillery. After an intimate tour of the distillery, Chef de Cuisine Nat Henton and his talented staff will delight your culinary desires with a five-course meal featuring Woodford Reserve products. With each course, you will travel to a new
The Speed Ball is the most significant fundraiser for the Speed Art Museum and is critical for its current and future success. This premier event supports the Museum’s mission, exhibitions, programming, and vision. The 2018 Speed Ball returns to a seated dinner in the 1927 galleries, followed by dessert, dancing, and cocktails. Featuring live music
Want to drink wine with fellow business women? Women, Wine and Networking is the place to be. Meet some of the most successful, business savy women in Louisville, and enjoy great food and wine. Tickets are $30, and the cost covers hors d’oeuvres and two glasses of wine. This event takes place from 5 p.m.
MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen, 216 Pearl St., is looking for Kentuckiana’s most talented young bakers for its first-ever kids’ baking competition. Children ages 8 to 13 who want to put their kitchen skills to the ultimate test are invited to enter by the March 3 deadline. Adrienne & Co. owner Adrienne Holland and chef Liz Martino will judge
The Make-A-Wish Foundation invites you to attend the Walk for Wishes Kick-Off Party. Meet and interview Wish Kids and their family members. This free VIP celebration takes place at the Kentucky Science Center. There will be exclusive after-hour access to all exhibits and a private viewing of a new 3D Film. Cassidy Hyde, Make-A-Wish Development Officer will
Six influential women representing different aspects of the Louisville community are coming together to host a spring-themed charitable, social and shopping event at Liv Boutique. Bringing together women from all over the community is part of a new community-minded initiative at Liv Boutique. In addition, Liv Boutique is partnering with Maryhurst and a percentage of
Charity social mixer A Drink for You celebrates inclusion and choice Wednesday, March 14th from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Mint on Mellwood. Mocktails, cocktails and coffee paired with dishes from local chefs are planned for the charitable event. The fundraiser includes live music and the inaugural celebrity Mockoff Mocktail Competition. Tickets are $65. themocktailproject.com
The English Grill at downtown Louisville’s historic Brown Hotel will highlight wines from Spain’s renowned Castilla-La Mancha region known for its red wine blends, Thursday, March 8 at 6:30 p.m. The five-course menu, prepared by chef de cuisine Dustin Willett, will showcase the season’s finest ingredients paired with expertly-selected Marqués de Griñón wines. Cost for the dinner
On Monday, March 12, Kentucky to the World will welcome Nobel Laureate, Phillip A. Sharp, to the stage to discuss his own pursuits in science, from his past accomplishments to his vision for the future of biotechnology. You are invited to join us for this conversation with Sharp as we discuss how he went from the
Join us as we bring a little of Ireland home to Woodford Reserve. Experience an evening of distillery tours, Irish cocktails cash bar, and a plated four-course Irish-inspired dinner featuring the freshest local ingredients. Guests must be 21 and over to attend. This event takes place from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and tickets are
Spend a full, interactive day at the Woodford Reserve Distillery with Master Distiller Chris Morris or Master Taster Elizabeth McCall learning the fine art of crafting and appreciating bourbon – America’s native spirit. The day includes an extensive behind-the-scenes tour of the Woodford Reserve Distillery, an interactive demonstration of using grains to make mash, charring
The popular event will feature Local Breweries, Goat Racing, Music, and Inaugural Wurst Fest.The 3rd Annual Nulu Bock Fest event continues an annual Spring ritual tracing back to the mid-19th Century to mark the changing of the season when the dark German lager, known as bock, was released across the city after a winter of
The Humana Festival is a world-renowned event that has introduced more than 450 plays into the American and international theatre repertoire. Three Humana Festival plays have won the Pulitzer Prize—The Gin Game by D. L. Coburn, Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley, and Dinner with Friends by Donald Margulies—and plays launched in Louisville have received a host of prestigious honors,