On Saturday, April 19, 2014, guests attended the Beaux Arts Ball, a magical extravaganza celebrating creativity and imagination at Buster's in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. The Beaux Arts Foundation's main mission is to raise money for Lexington charities through promotion of the Arts; to cultivate a richer, creative community through exposure to unique experiences and opportunities; to enrich the surrounding Lexington region by providing a higher standard of performances and exhibits.  Photo by Angela Baldridge
On Saturday, April 19, 2014, guests attended the Beaux Arts Ball, a magical extravaganza celebrating creativity and imagination at Buster's in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. The Beaux Arts Foundation's main mission is to raise money for Lexington charities through promotion of the Arts; to cultivate a richer, creative community through exposure to unique experiences and opportunities; to enrich the surrounding Lexington region by providing a higher standard of performances and exhibits. Photo by Angela Baldridge Herald-Leader
On Saturday, April 19, 2014, guests attended the Beaux Arts Ball, a magical extravaganza celebrating creativity and imagination at Buster's in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. The Beaux Arts Foundation's main mission is to raise money for Lexington charities through promotion of the Arts; to cultivate a richer, creative community through exposure to unique experiences and opportunities; to enrich the surrounding Lexington region by providing a higher standard of performances and exhibits. Photo by Angela Baldridge Herald-Leader

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