Prohibition Classic Christmas Open House

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it’s Christmas Time, in 1920’s style and the Yascone Family hosted a Holiday Prohibition celebrating with cocktails, craft bites and caroling at the Frankfort Avenue CoachHouse, Saturday, December 8 benefiting The Kentucky Opera.

Sisters, Joy and Faith bring different talents and attributes to the CoachHouse Table – Joy Yascone, CoachHouse Co-Owner and Director of Development, “We founded The Frankfort Avenue CoachHouse, as a beautiful, charming and historic event venue for your bridal party, bourbon tour, or other event, while offering a feeling of staying all together! With 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.

Faith says “The 20s were unquestionably an era of liberation & empowerment, explored through arts and fashion! That is why they called it the Roaring Twenties, kid! The awakening of self through exploration”!

Some 50 people attended the Prohibition Classic Christmas at the Frankfort Ave Speakeasy hideaway, and let their inner 20s fashionista shine!

There were bid boxes available with proceeds benefiting the Kentucky Opera with tickets now on sale for Rigoletto. Libations and treats were provided by Ballotin Spirits, Korbel and the Old 502 Winery and light craft bites by Ward 426.

 

Eric & Misty Perchau
Eric & Misty Perchau