Prohibition Classic Christmas Open House brings 1920s to Frankfort Avenue

Source: Frankfort Avenue Coachhouse

The holiday season is in full swing, and The Yascone Family is inviting the Derby City to join them for the 4th Annual Prohibition Classic Christmas Open House. 

Head to the Frankfort Avenue CoachHouse on Saturday, December 14 for cocktails, craft bites, and caroling. The event benefits the Kentucky Opera. 

“We founded The Frankfort Avenue CoachHouse, as a beautiful, charming and historic event venue for your bridal party, bourbon tour, or other events, while offering a feeling of staying all together,” Joy Yascone, CoachHouse Co-Owner and Director of Development, said. With the freedom to choose your own caterer, usually event venues make you choose from a list. Our goal with the Frankfort Avenue CoachHouse is to also foster a sense of community and philanthropy. We have partnered with Kentucky Opera to raise funds and awareness for the Kentucky Opera this year and have continued to offer our space to guest artists, in support of our love for the Arts!”

Organizers encourage guests to dress in 1920’s style attire. 

While at the event, bid on several boxes with prizes inside and enjoy live entertainment. 

A five dollar donation gets you a free raffle ticket!

Learn more about the event here

Prohibition Classic Christmas Open House

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