On behalf of the developers of Whiskey Row Lofts, we invite you to join us for a fantastic grand opening celebration as we bring the magic back to Main Street on Saturday, Dec. 3!
Stock Yards Bank & Trust presents "Magic on Main" --
the grand opening of Whiskey Row Lofts and Squirrelly's Magic Tea Room
from 6 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.
All proceeds from the event benefit Maryhurst, a local children's home and foster care agency. Additional sponsors include Wyatt Tarrant & Combs,LLP, BosseMattingly Constructors, and Brown-Forman Corporation. Many thanks to our sponsors!
This promises to be a fantastic evening that will offer you an exclusive look at one of our city's hottest properties that includes five restaurants, 35 residential apartments and live-work units and four unique special event spaces including a 100-seat theater and a penthouse suite with terrace views of the Arena plaza and Ohio River. What's more, Valle Jones and her brother, Stephen, are bringing in world renowned, Las Vegas headliner Mac King, hailed by many as the premiere comedy magician in the world today. Mac will headline two performances in the renovated theater as a tribute to Valle and Stephen's father, Larry Jones, who originally opened the theater and performed his own act there.
Tickets are limited, so please order soon! A formal invitation is attached, and you can place your ticket order online at https://www.maryhurst.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=410 or by contacting Amanda Shumate at Amanda.Shumate@maryhurst.org or 502.271.4523.
General Admission tickets are just $100 each and include an evening full of great food and entertainment, including Las Vegas magicians performing close-up magic throughout the evening, a palm reader, a caricaturist, art sale, silent auction – and a special drink prepared by Brown- Forman for the evening. For just $50 more, you can join us for one of the two Mac King shows. Check out the link above for more information.
We hope you can join us for this important celebration!
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