After such a long, hot Summer, can it be that Fall is just around the corner? Cool, fresh breezes will soon whip golden and crimson leaves around your ankles, pumpkins are peeking out from their patches – plump and anxious to be picked, and all the little kiddies are contemplating their Halloween costumes. Autumn is indeed on its way which makes for special memories in Bellevue.
Join IN VUE as we present “Things that go Bump in the Night” on Friday, October 7th, 5 – 9 pm. An evening of shopping and dining designed to get you in the mood for the harvest season and Halloween. Want to give this year’s costume a test run? Wear it! Want to let your inner demon show? Let’s see it! Want to come as you are and simply enjoy an evening of spooky fun? Just do it!
The Old Kentucky Makers Market pop-up party will again be taking place this evening in the parking lot of 700-704 Fairfield Avenue – a celebration of Kentucky roots including food, craft vendors, bourbon, beer and bluegrass music