Daytime Emmy Award-winning actress Gina Tognoni will be in Lexington for a trunk show of her line Sole9 Footwear.
The former cast member of Guiding Light (on which she played Dinah) and One Life to Live (where she portrayed Kelly) will be at Tribeca Trunk, 116 Old Lafayette Avenue, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. Tognoni, whose mother is a long-time resident of Lexington, will show resort styles from her collection.
Styles include colorful ballerinas, handcrafted sandals and chic pointed-toe flats. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Sole9 shoes at the Tribeca Trunk show will go to Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program of Lexington.
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■ Cricket Press, the über-cool Lexington design duo of Brian and Sara Turner, has been creating its cutting-edge posters, prints and illustrations for 10 years. To celebrate, the Cricket Press studio and gallery will be open 5 to 9 p.m. Friday during Gallery Hop to present a limited-edition book, 10 Years of Art by Cricket Press, featuring hundreds of images of works from 2003 to this year. More than 40 pieces will be for sale. The studio is at 501 West Sixth Street in the Bread Box Studio Artists space behind West Sixth Brewing.
■ Boomslang, the three-day festival of music and art, will include a special Night Market from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday on Bryan Avenue between North Limestone and East Loudoun Avenue. Vendors will include Charmed Life Tattoo, Minton's @ 760, North Lime Coffee & Donuts, Fox House Vintage, Fleet Street Hair Shoppe and Maui Crane. For more info about Boomslang, go to Boomslangfest.com.
■ Save 50 percent storewide at The Country Place Gallery in Richmond from Saturday through Sept. 28. You'll find discounts on fall wreaths and arrangements, antique accessories, original oil paintings, furniture and more as the home interior and gift shop at 2513 Lexington Road makes room for new holiday merchandise.
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