December 9-2pm and 7pm
The Brown Theatre-315 West Broadway
A Charlie Brown Christmas, the Emmy® and Peabody award-winning story by Charles M. Schulz, has warmed the hearts of millions of fans since it first aired on television over fifty years ago. Now the classic animated television special comes to life in this faithful stage adaptation featuring all of your favorite characters and classic Vince Guaraldi score. Join Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the Peanuts gang as they mount a play, save a tree and uncover the true meaning of Christmas.
The Brown-Forman Nutcracker
The Kentucky Center-Whitney Hall
Choreography by Val Caniparoli
Music by Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Sets and costumes by Peter Cazalet
Our uniquely Louisville telling of the classic story of Marie and her journey with her Nutcracker prince is a festive fairy tale for both the young and young at heart. Filled with magic, artistry and awe-inspiring sets and costumes, it will transport you to a wonderland where dreams come true!
Free with the price of general admission
RSVP here: http://fraziermuseum.org/norton-workshops
Attention Louisville foodies! We’re mixing our popular exBEERiment and hypotheSIPS events into one delicious night of tasting, pouring, pairing, and science.
This isn’t your typical food and drink event. At Eat, Drink, & Do Science, you’ll discover:
• Neuroscience of flavor
• Chemistry of cooking
• Molecular gastronomy
• The art of the cocktail
Taste, try, learn, explore, and play in a kid-free, 21 and up, Science Center.
$40.00 for general public
$35.00 for Kentucky Science Center Members
Presentation 2-3pm IReception 3-4pm
Explore the history and artistry of Kentucky's State Capitol building as captured by Thorney Lieberman, renowned architectural photographer, in his new book of photography, The Kentucky State Capitol Building. Featured as the cover story of Kentucky Monthly in August, 2017 the magazine complimented the lush photographs: "Lieberman succeeded as well in capturing the stately elegance of this magnificent building," high praise for a building that has been dubbed "the most beautiful, historic building in Kentucky."
Admission to this program is free.
If you wish to visit the museum's exhibitions before or after the program, we ask that you purchase a general admission ticket.