Friday, April 25, 2014

Dallas Heritage Village’s 2nd Annual History with a Twist

Noted Dallas Mixologist Michael Martensen is mixing things up for Dallas Heritage Village’s 2nd Annual History with a Twist – a Celebration of the American Cocktail, presented by Sidley Austin, LLP, on Saturday, April 26, 7-11 p.m., on Main Street at Dallas Heritage Village, 1515 S. Harwood, Dallas, TX 75215. Proceeds support historical learning opportunities for students and adults at Dallas Heritage Village.
Guests will step back in time as they stroll down Dallas Heritage Village’s historic Main Street sampling a variety of unique creations of Martensen’s at numerous cocktail stations as well as food by Wendy Krispin Catering throughout the evening. Additionally, beer and wine will be available. There will be a vintage car show, jazz music provided by the Singapore Slingers, and a unique silent auction with dining and wine packages, along with some experiences only found through the Village.
Guests are encouraged to come in their own vintage attire from Prohibition and the early 20th century. A selection of costume items will be for sale that evening for those who want to accessorize as well as a photo booth to document the occasion.
“If you came last year, then you know this event is so much fun and nothing like any other event in Dallas,” said Melissa Prycer, President and Executive Director, Dallas Heritage Village. “We are excited to bring back a favorite cocktail of the evening last year called ‘The Heritage,’ and, of course, Michael is creating some new ones to be unveiled. Additionally there will be dancing and lots of fun things to do.”
Cost is $75 for individuals or $125 for couples and includes cocktail samples, heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine, and valet parking. Sponsorships are available.
For event information and tickets contact Lisa Simpson, 214-413-3662, or visit

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