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Dining for a Purposeful Cause! 

Dining at the Mansions
--A gourmet dinner in one of the nation’s premier historic neighborhoods featuring America’s grandest Victorian homes…all for a great cause!

Saturday
, April 8, 2017
 

6:00PM

Meal & Cocktails with your reservation, suggested $100 minimum donation 

Join us for an evening of fine dining in one of Old Louisville’s majestic mansions.

Your gourmet meal and cocktails are included with your reservation.  

Help your hosts reach their fundraising  goal! 

Your entire gift for the evening is tax-deductible and goes directly to support the 2017 beneficiary. 

Learn more about the LGBT Center at www.louisville.edu/lgbt

The evening will begin at six o'clock with a cocktail and hors d'oeuvres reception.  

At seven o'clock guests will take a guided stroll to their host house for a sumptuous multi-course meal! 


Reserve your seat at the mansion of your choice HERE




About the Victorian Mansions of Old Louisville

Old Louisville is a National Preservation District, the third largest in the nation, and the largest Victorian district in the United States. 


Mile after mile of grand homes, thousands in all, with architectural styles and elements of centuries past from all corners of the globe can be found along the boulevards, streets and alleys of Old Louisville.

Old Louisville has a colorful history, mostly of local importance.  For now, it's enough to know that the area was developed between the 1870s and the early 1900's, that it was Louisville's first "suburb", called the "Southern Extension" by its first residents. 

Old Louisville went through a serious decline in the 1940s-1960s and has since returned to splendor. 

The name "Old Louisville" was first applied to the district in the 1950s.


Old Louisville is only two-minutes from the I-65 expressway, and is worth  the detour. 

(Learn  more at The Old Louisville Guide, www.oldlouisville.com)


About the University of Louisville’s LGBT Center:

Dedicated to supporting LGBT students and ensuring their success in college and life, the LGBT Center at the University of Louisville was the first of its kind in Kentucky and continues to blaze trails for some of our most vulnerable youth. Whether it’s creating a safety plan for students who have been rejected by their families, facilitating training for faculty and staff who want to be more inclusive, or hosting Pride Week and other celebrations of LGBT identity, the center is a hub and a safe space where everyone is welcome. The center’s office at the Health Sciences Center focuses on first-in-the-nation efforts to infuse LGBT training into the curriculum for future healthcare providers and to ensure that every patient is treated with respect and an understanding of their identity. Since opening in 2007, the center has helped U of L receive national recognition as one of the most LGBT-inclusive campuses in the country and the highest rated public university in the South.