We’re DYING for you to come haunt our shops and restaurants this Friday, October 7 from 5 to 9 pm! Join IN VUE as we present "Things that go Bump in the Night," 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.
OPEN TABLE – Communion on the Street. Communion is offered along with a prayer to anyone who may want to receive it. No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey you are welcome at St. John United Church of Christ.
Bring the little ones and your appetite to Bellevue on Saturday, October 15th, 11 - 4 pm for IN VUE's first ever "Monster Mash!" Encourage the kids to dress in costume and trick-or-treat the businesses along Fairfield Avenue for sweets, trinkets, and fun. There will be a costume contest at 4:15 pm, secret location revealed the day of the event.
Adults will not be left out of the Mash. To celebrate "National Chili Month", the restaurants along The will each create their own signature chili, serving $3.00 portions (fixed-priced, sampler sizes at each eaterie) so you can enjoy going from place to place and try them all. The smaller servings will be perfect to satisfy every little monster in your family without breaking the bank!
IN VUE alsowelcomes the American Cancer’s Society “Woofstock 2016” Bark for Life of Northern Kentucky that same day from 11 am to 2 pm at the Thomas J. Weithorn Memorial Beach Park. Two great events on one great day!
Get in the spirit of the season and enjoy a spooktacular October Saturday IN VUE!
Gma's Attic is Frame & Hang Studio's Featured Artist for October
Gma’s Attic was created by artist Linda Hancock, specializing in updated versions of things you love like bears, dolls, pillows, quilts and scarves. Her unique take on new creations is inspired by her travels and life experiences.
As a child, her love for arts and crafts began when she was a young girl watching her grandmother make clothes and quilt. Her curiosity was piqued as she searched through fabric scraps and learned her talent through her grandmother.
While working full-time in the business world, she escaped the everyday stress of life through sewing and crafting. The name Gma’s Attic was derived from the nickname her granddaughters gave her, “Gma” and the love that she has for re-creating her must-haves while growing up. Now that she’s retired, she spends her days doing what she loves most, making beautiful pieces inspired by things you would find in grandma’s attic.
All creations are brought to life while traveling or in her home of Covington, Ky. Linda is passionate about making gifts that make people smile. Come check her out during the month of October at Frame and Hang Studio Gallery.