To See the World
During the Civil War, glasses with colored lenses were used to treat disorders and illnesses. Yellow-trimmed glasses were used to treat syphilis, blue for insanity, and pink for depression. Thus we get the term, “to see the world through rose-colored glasses.”
Girls Night Out with "Diana"
Date: November, 15th 2012 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Girls Night Out
A night of “Guilty Pleasures”
Luxurious gemstones, chocolate, appetizers, a cash bar, “Diana: A Celebration,” a fashion photo booth, music and a couple of surprises! That’s what’s on tap at Girls Night Out, November 15!
Call your girlfriends, sisters, aunts and moms — all ladies will enjoy this fabulous evening out. Guests will have the opportunity to try on Tacori jewelry during a trunk show courtesy of Royal Jewelers. It’s a event not to be missed!
The event begins at 7 p.m. Purchase tickets at FrazierMuseum.org or by calling (502) 753-5663. Tickets are $50 or $45 for members, and include access to “Diana: A Celebration.” Purchase member tickets here. Not a member yet? Purchase non-member tickets here.
Frazier History Museum