There’s still time to complete your Derby look or shop for last-minute décor for weekend parties. Lindsay Combs of Lela Ray Jewelry creates equine-inspired pieces, perfect for Oaks, Derby or any time throughout the year.
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Adelé, at 805 Chevy Chase Place in Lexington, has a selection of equestrian melamine plates and accessories that would brighten up any Derby party. Visit the store or go to Facebook.com/adelelexingtonky.
On Derby Day, look for Vineyard Vines in the infield, where they’ll be giving away coozies, croakies, cellphone wallets and 3,000 whale hats.
The company also offers a Kentucky Derby collection of clothing and accessories for men, women and children. Go to Vineyardvines.com.
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The Mayfest Arts Fair is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Gratz Park and Transylvania University. More than 70 vendors will show and sell arts and crafts. The weekend will include live music, children’s activities, and food and drink vendors. Admission is free. Go to Downtownlex.com for more information.
While you’re at Mayfest, pop over to Mulberry and Lime at 219 North Limestone for the store’s fourth annual yard sale. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday you’ll find select merchandise for 30 percent to 75 percent off. “Found objects” will be $1 to $100. Doughnuts and coffee for sale will benefit The Nest Center for Women, Children. Call 859-231-0800 or go to Mulberryandlime.com.
The first Night Market of the year is 6 to 10 p.m. Friday on the 700 block of Bryan Avenue. The monthly pop-up street festival features local artists, businesses, and food and drink vendors. Go to Nolicdc.org/about-night-market for more info.
L.V. Harkness at 531 West Short Street will host a trunk show of Countess Von Eckermann hand-crafted throws and baby blankets through May 11. Pieces are handmade in Sweden from a blend of cashmere, silk, and virgin wool thread. Call 859-225-7474 or go to Lvharkness.com for more information.