Judy Garland was a star of stage and screen whose talent was unparalleled in its time. Her personal journey, however, was not always filled with sunshine and happiness. Now, The Carnegie will explore and celebrate her legacy when it travels to the “end of the rainbow” at Covington Plaza Outdoor Amphitheater this September.
It’s a scene that feels grander than its surroundings: representatives from more than 50 faith-based organizations gathered together in one place for a common cause. The group is diverse. Collectively, they represent more than 14 world religions and as many backgrounds and cultures as there are individuals in attendance.
Event planners looking for a beautiful venue could not find one more dazzling than Richter & Phillips Jewelers at 6th and Main downtown. The glittering scenery inside this historic bank building is something to behold, and the venue’s rental fee for nonprofit organizations is eye-popping as well: $0.00.