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What's Up in Lexington/Rockbridge, It's Barrister's Ball

Here’s the next installment of our roundup of events in the Lexington and Rockbridge area, compiled by 3L Hannah Shtein. Feb Club comes to a close with “Law Prom.”

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Lexington Restaurant Week (through the 28th). DAILY, 8:00am-11:00pm, Downtown Lexington & Surrounding Area. Dozens of restaurants and food-related retail shops in Lexington will be participating in our Winter Restaurant Week. The theme this year is “Knock the Chill Off!”, with dining and shopping offerings focusing on all things warm, cozy, and delicious. Pick up a postcard listing all the specials and discounts — and enter to win one of over two dozen gift certificates in our Restaurant Week Sweepstakes! Come out of your winter hibernation and join us for a week-long celebration of food.

Feb ClubAround the World: Join the residents of the Hess and Co. apartments for a global adventure. There will be a different country represented in each home.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Live @ the Lab – 6:00pm, Blue Lab Brewing Company, 123 S. Randolph St., (540) 458-0146, Enjoy a pint while listening to acoustic rock and roll. Live @ The Lab with Alex Shreve!

Feb Club – Jarty: All. Jean. Everything. Hosted by Rai, Tina, and Laura (Feb Club Hall of Famers). Denim.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Feb Club – BARRISTER’S BALL!! 8-11:30pm in Evans Hall. This is the party we’ve all been waiting for. Bring out those evening gowns, tuxedos, and suits for the most formal party of the year. Barrister’s Ball aka “Law Prom” is sure to be a blast this year. Open bar all night. Heavy hors d’oeuvres. Music by In Full, the same band that killed it at Over the Hump. All law students are invited regardless of Feb Club status–so be there! There will, however, be an official Feb Club late night at Laura, Tina, and Rai’s house!

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Artist’s Talk & Reception: Louis Markoya – Strange Attractors – 5:30pm, Concert Hall, Wilson Hall, Washington & Lee University. Louis Markoya, former protege of legendary Surrealist artist Salvador Dali (1904-1989), invites viewers to enhance their neural networks with works the he describes as “a look into the fractal nature of life and mind.” Using technological advances in 3D printing and animation as well as traditional media such as painting and sculpture, Markoya explores a contemporary expression of Surrealism. The exhibit will also feature original works by Dali from Markoya’s own collection, which are being exhibited for the first time.

Weekly Growler Grab Day at the Devils Backbone Outpost (MAR) – Every Wednesday, Devils Backbone Brewing Company, Outpost Tap Room, 50 Northwind Lane, Lexington, (540) 462-6200. Visit the Tap Room and fill up your 64 oz. growler for $5 on Wednesdays. Each week you can fill up your growler with an Outpost brewed beer at this special price!

Weekly Lexington Indoor Farmers Market – 9am-1pm, 18 East Nelson Street. Every Wednesday the market will bring you locally produced vegetables, eggs, baked goods, fruit, cheese, honey, chestnuts, and more. For information contact Mitch Wapner at 463-9234.