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Save The Date For An Old Kentucky Garden Party

Save the Date for An Old Kentucky Garden Party

Thursday, April 27, 2017

5:30-8:30pm

 1795 Federal Hill Farm at My Old Kentucky Home State Park

501 East Stephen Foster Avenue, Bardstown, Kentucky

2nd Annual Fundraiser to benefit Preservation Kentucky and the Kentucky State Parks Foundation equally

This quintessential Kentucky soiree is the perfect setting for a Derbytime get-together and kickoff for the national Preservation Month annual observance in May!

Featuring

  • Southern hors d’oeuvres, mint juleps and Kentucky spirits
  • Live auction with antiques and hospitality items
  • The Stephen Foster Story Singers and King’s Highway Band
  • Guided tours of historic Federal Hill
  • A new Kentucky photography exhibit by Linda Bruckheimer
  • Special garden items and bird feeders designed by Jon Carloftis
  • Books signing with historian and author Dixie Hibbs

A percentage of proceeds from the sale of all items will be donated to the event

Tickets

  • $75 per person net proceeds benefit Preservation Kentucky, Kentucky State Parks Foundation equally.
  • Attire is garden party chic.
  • RSVP by Friday, April 21. A reservation made is a reservation paid.
  • Questions – call 502-871-4570 or email rsvp@preservationkentucky.org.
  • For information on how to pay by check, please call our office at 502-871-4570

Honorary Chairs: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bruckheimer
Host Committee: Mr. Jon Carloftis, Mr. Dale Fisher, The Honorable Dixie Hibbs, Ms. Mo McKnight Howe, Mr. Rob Samuels
Magnolia Sponsors: Nettie Jarvis Antiques, The Old Sugar Valley Country Store, Peebles Department Store
Azalea Sponsors: Barton 1792 Distillery, Four Roses Distillery, Maker’s Mark Distillery
In-Kind Sponsors: Ale-8-One, Smith Brothers Distributing, Wilson Nurseries

Please Visit The Sponsors

PK Logo Good One
KSPF Logo
Greetings From Roadside America: Wish You Were Here!

Greetings from Roadside America: Wish you were here!

The Daughters of the American Revolution invites you to celebrate

Greetings from Roadside America: Wish you were here!
A Photography Exhibit by Linda Bruckheimer

Reception and Photography Exhibit

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Featuring:

  • Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres reflecting Roadside America
    • *Special thanks to Maker’s Mark for their generous support
  • Award presentation of the DAR Historic Preservation Medal to Linda Bruckheimer

$125 per person – Proceeds from this event will benefit the restoration of the DAR Constitution Hall stage.

Purchase tickets here: roadside-america.eventbrite.com/

Business Attire
Valet Parking

Please use Constitution Hall’s 18th Street entrance (between C & D Streets NW)

For additional information please contact Diane Drummond at info@dpeventsllc.com or 310-503-2828

To view photography by Linda Bruckheimer, please visit lindabruckheimerphotography.com.

Opening Of “Kentucky Unseen: Roadside Views Of The Bluegrass”

Opening of “Kentucky Unseen: Roadside Views of The Bluegrass”

Please join us on July 9, 2016 for the opening of “Kentucky Unseen: Roadside Views of The Bluegrass” a photography exhibit by Linda Bruckheimer.

The iconic images of Linda’s Kentucky capture a Commonwealth less traveled and her photographs are featured in this exhibition.

Linda’s passion for photography was inspired by a road trip along Route 66 from Kentucky to Hollywood in a 1953 Packard driven by her mother. As she watched the world go by through the car window, she was fascinated by the vintage signs and roadside architecture.

Although she has traveled the world, Linda’s most prodigious work, as well as her favorite photos, depict the Bluegrass State.

John James Audubon State Park
3100 US Hwy 41 North Henderson, Kentucky 42420

Saturday, July 9, 2016

3:00pm – 5:00pm central time

Featuring: “Kentucky Unseen: Roadside Views of the Bluegrass”
a photography exhibit by Linda Bruckheimer

Southern Hors d’oeuvres will be served along with wine, generously donated by Jerry and Linda Bruckheimer.

Summer Chic Attire

Get Tickets by visiting www.eventbrite.com

Proceeds benefit Preservation Kentucky, Kentucky State Parks Foundation, and Friends of Audubon.

John James Audubon State Park

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