Orchestra Art Fair. More than 30 Louisville artist with gift items sure to delight everyone. The Louisville Boat Club provides treats throughout the day. A lunch presentation by Speed Art Museum curators reveals upcoming events at the Speed.
An Evening at Bellwood. Guests of Kevin Grangier, Louisville restaurateur and owner of the extraordinary Bellwood estate in Anchorage, experienced first-hand the splendor of its period furnishings and wonderful art, accompanied by delicious hors d’ oeuvres and sipping cocktails.
Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs. Tim Laird, Brown-Forman’s Chief Entertainment Officer and Kevin Harned, Wave 3 TV Chief Meteorologist brought us so many delicious items by Chef David Danielson, Executive Chef of Churchill Downs.
100 Years Fly By at Bowman Field. Charles Arrington shared stories and milestone events on the history of Bowman Field.
Ghosts, Boots & BBQ. Author and storyteller Thomas Freeze narrated ghostly stories over BBQ in this haunted old barn.
A “Glitzy” Day. A luxury coach to Nonesuch, KY for shopping at Acres Antiques Gallery and being treated to a three-course lunch at the award winning Glitz restaurant.
Halloween Lunch. A whimsical gathering to satisfy the child in all of us. Pumpkins, ghosts, witches, picket fences, and jack-o-lanterns for a “BOOtastic” time!
HIDDEN GARDEN MUSIC
Hidden Music in the Garden. The evening tour of the musical greats that call Cave Hill Cemetery their home concluded with a musical concert an orchestra quartet with a special appearance of our own Maestro Teddy Abrams.
Jefferson Sails the Ocean Blue. While feasting on a dinner prepared by Louisville Boat Club, renowned authority and author Chester Zoeller shared the history of Jefferson Bourbon, a Kentucky Artisan Distillery in Crestwood, KY.
LOW COUNTRY BOIL
Low Country Shrimp Boil. “The Big Easy” came to Louisville with Pat Galla’s legendary shrimp and scallop boil held in the backyard of a beautiful home on the Ohio River.
A MAGICAL HOLIDAY CHRISTMAS
A Magical Holiday Evening. This 1861 home on a spectacular Prospect estate was decorated to create a Christmas wonderland, with cocktails, appetizers, and grand piano, followed by a lavish hostess dinner. The University of Louisville Choir’s Christmas concert ended the evening and our A La Carte events on the perfect note!
DINNER WITH TEDDY
An Evening with the Maestro. Another fantastic evening listening to our maestro and newly-arrived cellist, Lillian Pettitt, perform in the intimacy of his home.
A Treasured Christmas. This private home’s extraordinary holiday collections included seven elaborate Christmas trees, Christmas village, Mark Roberts Christmas Fairies, and large display of Possible Dream Santa Clauses. A bountiful buffet and Christmas music played by Bob French on the piano.