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Valentine Block Party
February 12 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Downtown Lakeland is partnering with Buena Market and the Lakeland Art Guild to bring you Valentine Block Party!
Saturday, February 12 5-9pm
Kentucky Ave and Main Street are closed for this event and filled with vendors, artists, and food.
What you’ll find at Valentine Block Party
S. Kentucky Ave – Restaurants, bars and businesses will spill out into the streets with additional seating, adult beverages and music.
RETAIL STORES OPEN LATE for valentine shopping.
100 Block of N. Kentucky Ave: Buena Market brings curated maker, art, and culinary vendors to N. Kentucky Ave (between Main Street and Pine Street) plus music and dancing.
200-300 Block of N. Kentucky Ave: ART & WINE WALK The Lakeland Art Guild members and select artisan vendors will fill the streets with RETAIL STORES OPEN LATE for valentine shopping. SUPPORT THE ARTS and purchase your tickets for the wine tasting. A tasting station is where you can “taste” a very small sample of the wines. Then determine what you like and use your drink tickets(s) to purchase individual 2 ounce glasses of your favorites.
WINE TASTING DETAILS:
Lakeland Art Guild and Platinum Reserve Distribution team up to bring you wines from Currahee Vineyards – a small, family owned winery in Georgia creating hand-crafted wines from Vinifera, Muscadine and other native grapes.
TASTING WRISTBAND & TWO (2) 2 ounce pour of wine of your choice – $10.00 – 21 & up only ID required. Additional purchase of 2 ounce wine choices are $2.50 each. Only tickets are accepted at the wine tables, no cash or other form of payment.
ART WALK: Visit each artists’s tent to complete your Art Walk Passport. Turn in your completed passport to the Art Guild tent for chances to win Downtown Gift Cards.
Art Banner Auction – Bid on your favorite custom-painted banner, great for hanging on a patio or porch. Silent auction until 7:30pm. Then highest silent bids become to starting bid for the live auction! Join us for the fun!
Music on N. Kentucky Ave provided by Paul Catala and Brooke Cramer.