(NABC’s event on the 22nd is not affiliated with the Carnegie Center or the sponsors of the Bicentennial Public Art Project)
It’s unsure when we’ll truly complete Lloyd’s Landing, Bank Street Brewhouse’s outdoor beer garden named in memory of the late Lloyd “Highwayman” Wimp, but we’re using it to have as much fun as possible as we chip away at the build-out.
On Saturday, June 22, the New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Project stages its annual Public Art Walk through downtown. Beginning in mid-afternoon, we’ll be partying along with the walkers. There’ll be NABC beer, including a keg of the much acclaimed Tricentennial Ale; music by Ben Traughber, Taylor Lee and Tunder Wrane; and outdoor grilling by Chef Matt Weirich’s kitchen … complete with requisite temporary food permit by Floyd County’s ever diligent Health Department.
For this occasion, we’ll be pouring wines from the Old 502 Winery in Louisville, which is owned by the same family as JR’s Pub in New Albany. Quills will be on hand to prepare cold coffee drinks and pour overs.
If it rains, the Art Walk will be rescheduled for June 29. We’ll still have beer and music, so …
Join us for the official celebration for the 2013 New Albany Public Art Project: Bicentennial Series, with a Public Art Walk featuring the project artists, on Saturday June 22, 2013 from 6:00-9:00 pm (rain date June 29). The entire event is free and open to all ages!