Frazier History Museum

Farm to Frazier: The Bourbon Country Cookbook National Launch Party
Apr
26
6:30 PM18:30

Farm to Frazier: The Bourbon Country Cookbook National Launch Party

Join Dave Danielson, Executive Chef of Churchill Downs, and Tim Laird, America’s CEO - Chief Entertaining Officer, for the national launch of their book, The Bourbon Country Cookbook: New Southern Entertaining.

The event on Thursday, April 26, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, at the Frazier History Museum will feature 3 cocktail samples paired with 3 food samples from the book. 

General Admission: $40.00

Frazier Members: $35.00

Admission includes an autographed book ($29.95 value)

Additional copies available for purchase at a special rate

 

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POP - UP SHOP: Kentucky Style Icons Collaboration
Apr
29
12:00 PM12:00

POP - UP SHOP: Kentucky Style Icons Collaboration

The Frazier History Museum and its critically acclaimed exhibition, Mona Bismarck: Kentucky Style Icon is partnering with Storyteller to present a pop-up shopping experience for guests of the museum during Kentucky Derby week. 

Not only will visitors get to experience the Mona Bismarck exhibition, recently named by USA Today as one of the best exhibits in America this Spring, they will also get the chance to shop luxury textiles by Storyteller: A Louisville based line of home-goods, along with select products from other Kentucky-based brands.

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Farm to Frazier: Kentucky by Way of Malaysia: An Evening With Peng Looi
May
31
6:30 PM18:30

Farm to Frazier: Kentucky by Way of Malaysia: An Evening With Peng Looi

Malaysia’s cuisine blends local elements with some borrowed from around Southeast Asia. This multicultural fusion had a big impact on Peng S. Looi, part-owner and executive chef at August Moon Chinese Bistro. The first Asian chef to receive the Jefferson Evans Award for Chef of the Year, Peng has been a master chef at World Gourmet Summits in Las Vegas and Dubai. He first moved to Louisville to attend the J.B. Speed Scientific School. 

The Frazier’s new four-program supper series weaves a narrative about food using live personal stories and conversations between Kentucky chefs and Robert Bleifer, Executive Chef & Vice President of Culinary at the Food Network. Join us as we take a look at how cooking shapes our world.

The Farm to Frazier: Kentucky Supper Series is presented by the Kentucky Department of Tourism and sponsored by Kroger

General Admission: $125 | Frazier Members: $115

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"The Artistry of 20th Century Jewelry Design: Verdura and Belperron” by Ward Landrigan, Verdura Chairman and CEO
Apr
18
6:30 PM18:30

"The Artistry of 20th Century Jewelry Design: Verdura and Belperron” by Ward Landrigan, Verdura Chairman and CEO

Former head of Sotheby’s jewelry department and owner of the Verdura and Belperron archives, Ward Landrigan, shares the remarkable history of two master jewelers, Duke Fulco di Verdura and Suzanne Belperron, and their emergence onto the world scene in 1920s and 30s Paris. Mr. Landrigan will discuss the inspirations, influence and remarkable clientele of these twentieth- century master jewelers who led parallel careers time-wise but whose lives, aesthetic and legacies were markedly different. Despite unique styles that evolved a world away, Verdura and Belperron became sought after by the same influential international clientele, including the Duchess of Windsor, Daisy Fellowes, Elsa Schiaparelli, Diana Vreeland, and Mona Bismarck.

Doors open at 6:30 for gallery access to Magnificent Mona Bismarck: Style Icon
Talk takes place in the Great Hall on the first floor from 7:30 - 8:30

Tickets: $12 general admission/FREE for Frazier Museum. 
Price includes light refreshments and cash bar.

Tickets for this event are no longer available on-line.
Please call 502-753-5663, and also note that Walk ups are welcome!

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Second Saturdays
Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Second Saturdays

Sure, children are the future – but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a blast learning about the past!

Knights and Vikings! Catapults and crazy cures! Join us for a family day full of medieval fun at the Frazier!

Drop-in activities run from 11:00am-3:00pm and include opportunities to explore our armor touch (and wear!) station, a mini-catapult range, a hilarious craft-your-own Viking Beard station and much more!  Check the daily schedule for live performances, which will include our popular “Arming the Knight” Performance.

At 1 PM: 
Special guests from the Louisville Fencing Center will give a demonstration, and offer guests the chance to interact with the experienced fencers after the demonstration!!!
 

There's no need to register to be able join in on the fun! Programming is included with the cost of admission and free for Members.

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Brownie Badge Day: Celebrating Community
Apr
14
10:00 AM10:00

Brownie Badge Day: Celebrating Community

Come spend a fun day at the Frazier making, learning and singing.
Complete the activities and participate in the scheduled class session and you will walk away with your Celebrating Community Badge.Some of the requirements will be stationed-based for scouts and chaperones to take care of on their own, but the majority will happen in our interactive and fun class session.
Stations open at 10:00 AM; Required class sessions starts at 11:00 AM.

It is not a requirement to book as a Troop, Brownie/chaperone pairs welcome!
For more info contact Mick Sullivan at (502) 753-5660
$10 per attendee (Brownie, sibling, required chaperone)
The celebrating Community Badge is included for Brownies.

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Old Forester Speakeasy Series
Apr
12
6:30 PM18:30

Old Forester Speakeasy Series

The Old Forester Speakeasy is back at the Frazier with a swanky new venue, a nifty new sound, and a high-class fashion exhibit! The Derby City Dandies will be rocking the Great Hall and the Frazier’s brand-spanking new Champagne Parlor will be buzzing as Old Forester Lady Trudy Cocktails are hand-crafted in the ritzy turn of the century exhibit and event space. A complementary tasting of Old Forester’s 1920 Prohibition Style Whiskey Row Series Bourbon will be available in the Museum Shop, and delicious small plate nibbles along with Art Eatables small batch bourbon truffles will be served throughout the evening.

We are excited to be partnering with Steurer & Jacoby at Firebird Group Inc. to offer a very special opportunity to Old Forester Speakeasy attendees. Firebird Group will be on site with their laser engraving machine, and will be custom engraving bottles of Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style Bourbon. For more information about the engraving, please CLICK HERE

The Frazier’s new exhibit Magnificent Mona Bismarck: Kentucky Style Icon will also be on view and available to all, so come in your business casuals or slip on your glad rags for this outstanding event!

Designated as the official starting point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® the Frazier will also have customized bottles of 1920 Prohibition Style Old Forester on sale with guest’s names laser etched on the bottle by Firebird Group . Don’t miss it folks, this Old Forester Speakeasy is sure to make the bee’s knees buckle!   

Tickets are $15 for General Admission | $10 for Frazier Members

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AUTISM FRIENDLY NIGHT
Apr
9
5:00 PM17:00

AUTISM FRIENDLY NIGHT

The Frazier Museum is proactively striving to provide an environment that accommodates individuals and families dealing with Autism. Autism Friendly Nights at the Frazier Museum, in proud partnership with Families For Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT), will be an evening dedicated to welcoming individuals and families affected by Autism. Our Teaching Artists will bring history to life in Tales from the Trail,  featuring stories from the Sioux, Shoshone, and Nez Perce, three of the tribes encountered by Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery. Exhibit on view include: Magnificent Mona Bismarck: Kentucky Style Icon, Southern Exposition and the Satellites of Mercury, The Lewis & Clark Experience, The Founders Gallery and the Stewart Historic Miniatures Collection. 

The Kentucky Derby Museum, the Frazier History Museum, the Muhammad Ali Center and the Kentucky Science Center are each offering FREE Autism Friendly Nights in April as part of Autism Awareness Month. Each evening runs from 5-7pm at a different attraction...

April 2nd at the Kentucky Derby Museum
April 9 at the Frazier History Museum
April 16th at the Muhammad Ali Center
April 24th at the Kentucky Science Center.

Each evening will provide kids, adults and their families an opportunity to enjoy each attraction in a more accommodating atmosphere.

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Breakfast with Mr. Frazier’s Favorites - Frazier Member Exclusive Event
Mar
31
9:30 AM09:30

Breakfast with Mr. Frazier’s Favorites - Frazier Member Exclusive Event

Members will enjoy a continental breakfast followed by a tour with Chief Curator, Brigid Witzke and Mick Sullivan,  Manager of Youth and Family Programs, of the newly opened Founder’s Gallery, a permanent display dedicated to Museum founder and local philanthropist Owsley Brown Frazier,

Throughout his life, Mr. Frazier nurtured a love of history. This new gallery brings together some of his favorite objects from the collection, including Teddy Roosevelt’s Big Stick, Buffalo Bill's rifle, Colt firearms, Custer's ivory-coated pistol, Eisenhower's rifle, Geronimo's bow and quiver of arrows. Please RSVP by Tuesday, March 27.

 

 

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Wolf Scout Adventure Loop Day: Adventures in Coins
Mar
24
10:00 AM10:00

Wolf Scout Adventure Loop Day: Adventures in Coins

Wolf Scouts, join us for a fun morning of learning and earning.  Through stories, experiment, creative building, and games, Wolf Scouts can fulfill all of the requirements for the Wolf Elective Adventure: Adventures in Coins.  No need to book as a pack.  Individual Wolf Scouts with a chaperone are welcomed and encouraged!

Class session at 11am
Station based activities open from 10am-1pm
$8 per person (children & adults)
Museum Admission included

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Farm to Frazier: An Evening with Female Chefs of Appalachia
Mar
22
6:30 PM18:30

Farm to Frazier: An Evening with Female Chefs of Appalachia

The Frazier’s new four-program supper series weaves a narrative about food using live personal stories and conversations between Kentucky chefs and Robert Bleifer, Executive Chef & Vice President of Culinary at the Food Network. Join us as we take a look at how cooking shapes our world.

Gather ‘round the table in support of Appalachian foodways with a four course family-style meal from Ronni Lundy, the James Beard Book of the Year Award-winning author of the cookbook Victuals; Annie Pettry, owner of Decca and contestant on Top Chef season 14; and Kristin Smith, a sixth generation family farmer, chef, and co-owner of the Wrigley Taproom & Brewery in Corbin, Kentucky.

Appalachian Food Summit is a group committed to supporting the Appalachia region by honoring its past, remembering its present, and promoting a sustainable future for its food and its people. Partial proceeds from the evening will support the Summit's work. Prepare for a journey along the many routes our mountain families have traveled as we celebrate the diverse origins and savory pleasures of Appalachian foodways.

Tickets for this evening's program are no longer available, the event is sold out. 

The Farm to Frazier: Kentucky Supper Series is presented by the Kentucky Department of Tourism and sponsored by Kroger

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“Balenciaga and His Muse” by Stephanie Wood, Victoria and Albert Museum
Mar
15
5:30 PM17:30

“Balenciaga and His Muse” by Stephanie Wood, Victoria and Albert Museum

Image: Mona wearing Balenciaga_©The Cecil Beaton Archive at Sotheby's

5:30-7:00 Gallery open / 7:00-8:00 Lecture

Cristóbal Balenciaga is one of the most important and revered fashion designers of the twentieth century. His revolutionary shapes and unrivaled craftsmanship shaped the modernity of 1960's fashion and continues to shape fashion today, from the exquisite couture to the avant-garde street-wear.  Stephanie Wood, curator at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, will explore the inspiration and influence of this renowned Spanish couturier, including his connection to a Kentucky-born muse, Mona Bismarck, subject of the Frazier’s newest exhibition Magnificent Mona Bismarck: Kentucky Style Icon.

Stephanie Wood, Co-Curator of the critically-acclaimed Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum, will enhance understanding of the importance of Balenciaga to fashion and with regard to Mona’s style.

Tickets: $10 general admission/FREE to members of the Frazier Museum. 

Price includes light refreshments.
There will also be a cash bar.

TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE, PLEASE CALL 502-753-5663

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Second Saturday: Music In Our Schools Month
Mar
10
11:00 AM11:00

Second Saturday: Music In Our Schools Month

Music has great power to create joy and to bring people together.  Join us as we celebrate music in our schools and community with performances by several JCPS Ensembles, as well as hands-on opportunities to learn about some of the music of our shared history.

Through games, hands-on objects, video and more, families will head home hummin’ a tune.

11:00 - The Louisville ORFF Ensemble, comprised of JCPS students from several schools

2:00 – The Audubon Chorus Singers from Audubon Traditional Elementary

 

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"SAVOR" A Taste of History
Mar
1
6:00 PM18:00

"SAVOR" A Taste of History

Thank you for your interest in this event, tickets are no longer available for purchase, because the event has SOLD OUT!

Final Reserve, James Thompson & Brother Bourbon Tasting
(45 Year Aged Bourbon)
In Partnership with the Bourbon Classic

Taste History
Don’t miss your chance to taste Final Reserve, James Thompson & Brother Bourbon during one of the most exclusive tasting events in Kentucky Bourbon history. For the very first time a Bourbon that aged in the barrel for 45 years will be available for tasting. A very select 100 ticketed guests will also get the chance to meet the man behind the project, James “Buddy” Thompson, and celebrate the Thompson’s great name in Kentucky and Bourbon history. Guests will enjoy 2 complimentary cocktails and delicious small plate food selections from Lilly’s Bistro along with a guided tasting of the 45 year-old Bourbon.   

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Makers Series
Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

Makers Series

Join the W. Britain team at the Frazier History Museum in Louisville, KY during the 2018 Show of Shows. 2018 marks 125 years of W. Britain and the Frazier History Museum boasts one of the largest and most important collections of historic toy soldiers and figures from 1770 to the present day, including many iconic pieces made by W. Britain.

Guests will also enjoy inspired pairings from premium caterer Wiltshire Pantry, and bourbon truffles from Art Eatables, the world’s first Bourbon certified chocolatier. And this is Kentucky, so a wee dram of premium Kentucky Bourbon is sure to be on the menu. Join us and raise a glass to W. Britain’s 125th!

Thank you for your interest in this event, unfortunately it is sold out. If you would like to attend to enjoy the program only, additional seating will be available behind the catered tables. There is a cash bar, and non-ticketed attendees will have the opportunity to pay for drinks, but the food is for ticketed guests only. Please call 502-753-5663 to RSVP

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Tiger Scout Adventure Loop Day: Tiger Tales
Feb
17
10:00 AM10:00

Tiger Scout Adventure Loop Day: Tiger Tales

Tiger Scouts, join us for a fun morning of learning and earning. Through stories, song, art, and a live performance, you can fulfill all of the requirements for the Tiger Elective Adventure: Tiger Tales. No need to book as a pack. Individual Tiger Scouts with a chaperone are welcomed and encouraged!

Class session at 11 AM
Station based activities open from 10 PM -1 PM
$8 per person (children & adults)
Museum Admission included

Tickets for this event are no longer available online, please call 502-753-5663 

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Second Saturday: Celebrating Valentine’s Day
Feb
10
11:00 AM11:00

Second Saturday: Celebrating Valentine’s Day

Take advantage of $5 February with a perfect way for families to enjoy the day together. 

Our friends from Hound Dog Press will be here to demonstrate 19th century printing press equipment and help you print your own Valentine’s Day greeting card.

From candy to cards to crazy traditions, we’ll dedicate the day to love and families of past and present.  We’ll also have special hands-on artifact touch stations, great performances and even a reading of love letters between the past Presidents and First Ladies! 

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Boy Talk
Jan
27
12:00 PM12:00

Boy Talk

This parent-son class led by a pediatric urologist will help you start the conversation about physical and emotional changes associated with puberty, along with learning the importance of good sleep habits, nutrition and exercise. Recommended for boys ages 10 to 14 and their parents. This Family Wellness Workshop is offered in association with the Frazier exhibition, Hope & Healing: Celebrating 125 Years of Norton Children's Hospital.

This workshop is free with general admission ticket to the museum

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Girl Talk
Jan
27
12:00 PM12:00

Girl Talk

This parent-daughter class will help you start the conversation around physical and emotional changes during puberty, along with learning the importance of good sleep habits, nutrition and exercise. Recommended for girls ages 8 to 13 and their parents. This Family Wellness Workshop is offered in association with the Frazier exhibition, Hope & Healing: Celebrating 125 Years of Norton Children's Hospital.

This workshop is free with general admission to the museum.

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Breakfast with Toy Soldiers
Jan
27
10:30 AM10:30

Breakfast with Toy Soldiers

Members will enjoy a continental breakfast followed by a tour of The new Stewart Historic Miniatures Collection Gallery with Brigid Witzke, Chief Curator at the Frazier. The Stewart Collection, is the most important collection of rare historic miniatures on permanent public display in the world. It is also considered the finest, most comprehensive, and most diverse collection of historic miniatures. Over 70% of this expansive collection is now on view. Members who attend the breakfast will also receive a 20% discount in the Museum Shop all day. 

Admission is free, but please RSVP by January 22.

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Second Saturday - the History of Everyday Objects
Jan
13
11:00 AM11:00

Second Saturday - the History of Everyday Objects

Toilet Paper, Elevators, Exit Signs. Everything’s got a story.   

Our friends from The Thomas Edison House will join us for a fun day, and we’ll have a lot of great activities for learning about the history of objects you might have never considered. Activities include:

  • An Everyday Object Scavenger Hunt
  • Timeline Challenges
  • A White Glove table with strange an unusual objects from the past.  Can you guess what they were used for?
  • Crafts, live performances and more!

Our Second Saturday Family Days are brought to you by our friends at Republic Bank

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Winter Break Camps
Dec
20
to Dec 29

Winter Break Camps

We’re incredibly excited about winter break!  We're inviting children in grades 1-6 to join in a series of full-day festive winter programming.  Come for just one day, or join us for all six, as we explore fun themes related to the chilly weather.  We'll also play some traditional games and music and enjoy learning about unique festivities celebrating winter-time and beyond from all corners of the globe. 

All camp sessions are:

  • Taught by professional educators
  • Limited to 18 children
  • Run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with the option for extended care until 5:30 p.m. 

General Admission: $45 / Frazier Members: $35

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Guided Tour by Alun Jones-Nutcracker The Exhibition: 60 Years of Magic and Majesty
Dec
17
3:30 PM15:30

Guided Tour by Alun Jones-Nutcracker The Exhibition: 60 Years of Magic and Majesty

One could not wish for a better host to lead a tour of Nutctracker The Exhibition! 

Alun Jones was the Artistic Director for the Louisville Ballet from 1978 to 2002, during his tenure, Jones  ushered in an era of unprecedented development and creativity. He created new choreography for the Nutcracker based on the version produced in 1960 for London Festival Ballet by Alexandre Benois. After a four year hiatus(1979 -1982), Jones relaunched a new Nutcracker production set in 1830 and featuring elaborate hand painted sets and Victorian costumes designed by London theater artist David Walker. Once again, in 1995, with a grant from Brown-Forman, Jones brought more changes to the choreography, re-staged the first act, and redesigned the costumes for Nutcracker himself! During this period, Jones took the stage in some of the  productions as the mysterious Drosselmeyer.  He retired from his position as the artistic director in 2002. Annie Honebrink wrote of Jones: “Under his leadership, the company flourished and grew exponentially.  Jones fondly refers to that period as a “wonderful time” and a “golden era.” 

This event is included in the price of general admission

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Nutcracker Reading with Helen Starr
Dec
17
3:00 PM15:00

Nutcracker Reading with Helen Starr

Join us in the Brown-Forman Theater the Frazier for a very special reading of the Nutcracker by Royal Ballet Soloist, Assistant Ballet Mistress, and Associate artistic Director of Louisville Ballet, Helen Starr. 

Starr was a soloist with the Royal Ballet and principal dancer at London Festival Ballet. She worked with many renowned ballet choreographers such as Mikhail Baryshnikov and Peter Schaufuss. Over her 40-year career, she has danced and taught in 36 countries on five continents.

Starr worked alongside artistic director, Alun Jones at the Louisville Ballet. The couple introduced “The Sleeping Beauty” to the production 30 years ago. They also worked with contemporary and modern dance and pillaring it with classical works.  

In a piece written by Annie Honebrink, Jones describes Starr’s impact at the ballet:  “She’s a wonderful role model, especially for the women…But for the men too, because of all the great choreographers she’s worked with and all the fine dancers she’s known.  She’s an inspiration.  She shares her knowledge with anyone who wants to listen. She knows everything about dance history and is willing to pass it along.”

This event is included in the price of general admission

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Main Street Holiday Hop and Shop
Dec
14
11:00 AM11:00

Main Street Holiday Hop and Shop

Shop local this holiday season by hopping down Main Street on December  14th for some extra big saving, unique gift options, and a little liquid holiday cheer!  During the Main Street Association Holiday Hop and Shop event,  enjoy 20% off any item in the store throughout the day. We will also have tastings and drinks to keep your thirst quenched during your shopping experience! More information about the event, and other participating Main Street attractions HERE. Curious about the items stock in our shop? Read all about them HERE!

 

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Second Saturday: Family Day - Christmas Past and Present
Dec
9
11:00 AM11:00

Second Saturday: Family Day - Christmas Past and Present

Join us for the last Second Saturday of 2017! We will have live performances by The Brown School Ballet Program at 11:00 and special performances of song and pageantry by the Louisville Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival at 12:00 and 1:00, we’ll be sharing the sights, sounds and tastes of the season!

Enjoy Nutcracker The Exhibition: 60 Years of Magic and Majesty, watch some our holiday-themed live interpretive performances, get crafty by making recycled tree ornaments and your own Nutcracker stage set, discover some popular gifts from Christmas past, and taste a few treats while you’re at it!

To learn more about the Louisville Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, CLICK HERE

Our Second Saturday Family Days are brought to you by our friends at Republic Bank

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Behind the Curtain: Louisville Ballet’s Brown-Forman Nutcracker
Dec
4
6:30 PM18:30

Behind the Curtain: Louisville Ballet’s Brown-Forman Nutcracker

6:30 pm - doors open to exhibition
7:00 – 8:00 pm - program

Join us for an intimate conversation between former and current Directors of the Louisville Ballet, Bruce Simpson and Robert Curran, who will share stories and insights about the artistic triumphs and challenges of one of Louisville’s most treasured holiday experiences: The Brown-Forman Nutcracker.

$10 General Admission / Free for Frazier Members
Light refreshments will be served.

 

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Nutcracker Family Dance Workshop
Dec
3
2:00 PM14:00

Nutcracker Family Dance Workshop

Celebrate the holiday season with Helen Daigle of the Louisville Ballet at a Nutcracker Family Dance Workshop! This class will get the whole family moving together while learning ballet basics and choreography from the Brown-Forman Nutcracker. Don’t miss out! Please note all children must be accompanied by a participating adult. PLUS, one lucky family at each workshop will receive 4 tickets to see Louisville Ballet’s production of The Brown-Forman Nutcracker.

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Fruit Boot Camp
Dec
2
10:00 AM10:00

Fruit Boot Camp

Join us for this fun family wellness workshop designed to teach you and your school-age children how to eat right and stay active together. Adults and kids will practice making a healthy food item and participate in a fun fitness activity that the whole family can enjoy. All physical fitness levels are welcome. Children must be age 5 or older, and one parent or guardian must be present and participate with every two children registered. This Family Wellness Workshop is offered in association with the Frazier exhibition, Hope & Healing: Celebrating 125 Years of Norton Children's Hospital.

This workshop is free with general admission to the museum. 

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Museum Store Sunday
Nov
26
12:00 PM12:00

Museum Store Sunday

You’ve heard of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. This year, mark your calendars for the Sunday after Thanksgiving as Museum Store Sunday, where everything in our museum shoppe is 20% off!!

When you shop at one of the participating 7 attractions on Museum Store Sunday, you can enter to win an amazing raffle basket valued at over $600, stocked with museum memberships, admission passes, and unique gifts from every participating location!

Products available at museum stores are carefully curated to reflect the individual qualities and personalities of the institutions.. There is something to be found for everyone while perusing a museum store and its offerings while supporting the mission of that particular attraction. Look for fun, hands-on activities and programming at most locations throughout the day! 

Special deals offered in each store during Museum Store Sunday:
Frazier History Museum: 20% off storewide
Kentucky Derby Museum: BOGO General Admission when you mention Museum Store Sunday, 15% off $60 or more and 30% off branded merchandise, one free Green Screen Photo with gift shop purchase
Kentucky Science Center: 30% off branded merchandise and $20 off any membership level, purchased in the Gift Shop
KMAC Museum: 30% off "Art Is The Big Idea" t-shirts, 10% all KMAC Shop & Cafe items, 10% off KMAC Family-Level only Memberships
Locust Grove - Historic Locust Grove, Inc. 30% off Locust Grove merchandise
Muhammad Ali Center: Annual Clearance Event, up to 50% off select merchandise, in store only
Speed Art Museum:  Museum Double-discounts for members and 15% off store-wide for non-members, 30% off branded merchandise

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Nutcracker Family Dance Workshop
Nov
19
2:00 PM14:00

Nutcracker Family Dance Workshop

Celebrate the holiday season with Helen Daigle of the Louisville Ballet at a Nutcracker Family Dance Workshop! This class will get the whole family moving together while learning ballet basics and choreography from the Brown-Forman Nutcracker. Don’t miss out! Please note all children must be accompanied by a participating adult. PLUS, one lucky family at each workshop will receive 4 tickets to see Louisville Ballet’s production of The Brown-Forman Nutcracker.

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