Baker Hunt celebrates 94 years with Twilight in the Gardens

The Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center is inviting the community to celebrate 94 Years of Creating Art and Building Community with the return of Twilight in the Gardens, September 24, 7-10pm on the beautiful campus of Baker Hunt. In 2014, 500 were in attendance to support the work of the Center that has meant so much to generations of families in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati. “For years, Baker Hunt has been a magnet for youth and adults wishing to explore and discover their artistic side.” says Ray Kingsbury, Executive Director, “This year’s Twilight in the Gardens is a special community celebration of the important investment that Margaretta Baker-Hunt and her niece Kate Scudder made to further the accessibility of art education to everyone.”

Tickets are $35 in advance and $45 after September 16. Advance tickets can be purchased at the Baker Hunt web site http://www.bakerhunt.org or by calling the Center at 859-431-0020. “Twilight in the Gardens will be a magical night in the beautiful campus of Baker Hunt. This is a special event and we are pulling out all the stops, more lights, music, food and fun.” explained Paul Sartori, Board President, “We are inviting the whole community to this don’t miss event.”

The Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center is a not-for-profit community art school dedicated to making a difference in the lives of people in the community through art education and cultural enrichment. For 94 years it has offered professional instruction in nearly all art media, for all ages. Over 3000 students are inspired annually through art classes and workshops. The Center is located at the corner of Greenup & 7th in Covington.

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