Thursday, March 19, 2015

Shelby County Date Night Ideas

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Call the babysitter and head out on the town....

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Talon Winery  is the perfect place to unwind with your love after a busy week. Talon Winery has wine tasking for $1 a taste or 6 tastes for $5. They also have live music every Saturday from 4-7 pm (5-8 pm on March 21 because of the UK game). Beautiful scenery + wine = a great date for sure!

Enjoy a lovely dinner at a historic Shelby County restaurant, such as the Bell House Restaurant or Old Stone Inn. Both offer delicious food, a romantic setting, and rich history.

Catch a show! You can head over to the movie theater or catch a local show at the Shelby County -Community Theatre. The SCCT will have A Night of One Acts (The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe, This Property is Condemned by Tennessee Williams, and Dracula by Bram Stoker) on March 27 & 28 at 7:30 and March 29 at 2:30. The Miracle Worker, by William Gibson, will be playing April 17-19 and April 24-26.

Check out the Brick Room on Facebook. They have had karaoke in the past, as well as ladies night out painting parties. This Friday, March 20, at 6:30 they will be hosting the Habitat for Humanity Evening Out. Tickets are $30/person or $50/couple. Event includes a dinner, live entertainment by Tom Hood, raffles, and a silent auction. Have fun and help support a great cause at the same time!

Head out a little early and shop on Main Street.  Stacey's Simple Stuff is having their 3 year anniversary sale this weekend. March 19-22 (10-6, 10-3 on Sunday). They'll have deals, prizes, and snacks!

Take a class or workshop together at Making Ends Meet in Shelbyville. There are various classes to choose from including doll making, beading, upholstering, and sewing.

Need somewhere to send the kids?

The Family Activity Center in Shelbyville is having a Gym and Swim March 20th from 6pm-10pm!
You can enjoy a night out while the staff watches your child as they enjoy games, food, and fun!
$10 per child, 1st through 5th grade.

By: Kimberly

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