This holiday favorite is a festive evening of holiday shopping and special recipe martinis provided by Little Black Dress Vodka. Valet parking is available for guests as they walk the red carpet and get a photo snapped by the Voice-Tribune before heading to trunk shows featuring Cellar Door Chocolates; jewelry artists Amy Lemaire, Lauren Blackwell, and Dawn Middleton; and silk scarves by textile artist Suzanne Spencer. Additionally, the Museum Shop will be trimmed in the style of the holiday season and filled with one-of-a-kind items created by over 300 Kentucky artisans. Live music will be performed on the exhibited Wendell Castle Caligari piano.
This event is free for museum members, who may also receive two complimentary drinks and a special 20% discount on purchases made during the event. Non-member tickets are $20, but those who wish to become museum members at Martinis and Mistletoe will receive a gift bag (while supplies last) plus the 20% discount on purchases made during the event in addition to the annual member benefits.
For more information, call (502) 589-0102.
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