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Kentucky Horse Park to host International Nights at the Museum after hours events starting March 2

The International Museum of the Horse has announced a new series of after hours events called International Nights at the Museum.

Beginning March 2 from 6-10 p.m., the first event will celebrate the culture, history, and cuisine of India. The night will feature food by Tandoor Fine Indian Cuisine, dance performances by Lakshmi Sriraman of Shree School of Dance, and a special viewing of Julie Wayne’s documentary “From Earth to Earth.”

Guests will be invited to learn Indian-style dance routines, paint a ceremonial terracotta horse, and visit with the park’s resident Marwari horses, which hail from India.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, and free for children 12 and under. Tickets can be purchased in advance by going to secure.kentucky.gov, or by calling 859-259-4213.

Save the dates for future International Nights at the Museum celebrating the following countries: Belgium, June 1; Japan, Aug. 31; and Mexico, Nov. 2. Details will be posted closer to each event at www.kyhorsepark.com.

From Kentucky Horse Park

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