On Sunday afternoons in September, you can combine your love of food and historic homes at Moveable Feast's Sunday Salons.
Each event will be held at a different historic, architecturally significant home, and "will be uniquely styled by our generous hosts. All will serve drinks and food with a heaping helping of up-close encounters with the arts and fine art collections," marketing chairman Robert Flynn said.
Tickets are $75 for each event or $250 for all four. Hours are 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.. Reservations are limited. Call (859) 252-2867 or go to Feastlex.org. Moveable Feast Lexington is an organization that delivers meals to persons with HIV/AIDS and persons under hospice care.
■ John Wilkirson hosts an afternoon tea in the 19th-century parlors of the Thomas January House (ca. 1810), 437 West Second Street, on Sept. 7.
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■ Robie Flynn and Marty Byro will have an urban picnic at their "T-Plan" Victorian cottage, at 480 West Sixth Street, on Sept. 14. Both house and barn were built (ca. 1870) by stone mason Frank Hulett.
■ Historian and author David Burg will open his Arts and Crafts home (ca. 1920) at 291 South Ashland Avenue, for guests to view his extensive art collection on Sept. 21.
■ Architectural glass artist Frank Close will hold a garden party at his Arts and Crafts (ca. 1920) Dutch Revival home and studio, 444 West Sixth Street, on Sept. 28.