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Jockeys & Juleps

horse-race for jockeys and juleps Sandy Springs

Come in your biggest and best hats
and your wildest bow-ties for
this one-of-a-kind celebration.

And a chance to win the best hat and bow-tie contest!

Saturday, May 4, 2019
4 p.m. til 9 p.m. at the Heritage Hall

General Admission

Individual Ticket which includes Admission to the Event, Food and 2 Drink Tickets – Tickets for Sale at the event $85
$75.00 (plus fee)

VIP Package

VIP Package includes: Admission to the Event, VIP Seating, Food, 4 Drink Tickets, a Bottle of JR Revelry, Official Derby Mint Julep Glass, Official Race Program, and Engraved Silver Flask
$125.00 (plus fee)


Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park is proud to present our first “Jockeys & Juleps” fundraising event.

Featuring:

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Silent Auction Sneak Peak!

Official Derby Signed Poster

by Jeff Williams (Valued at $350)

In 2009 Jeff Williams, renowned art deco inspired artist, was commissioned as the official artist for the 2009 Kentucky Derby. His decorative paintings hang in private homes in Atlanta and in commercial collections worldwide. He is represented by many private art galleries across the United States. In 2007 Jeff was invited to participate in the prestigious Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts Show at the Carrousel Du Louvre in Paris.

Most recently he was honored by being invoked into the “Walk of Fame” in front of the Historical Rylander Theatre in Americus, Georgia.

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36 x 48 inches

Equestrian Painting

by Susan M Stern (valued at $1800)

Glass Sculpture

by Hans Godo Frabel (valued at $1800)

Derby Designer Hat

by Elisabeth Koch (value $125 includes hat box)

International Milliner Elisabeth Koch Donates Hat for Derby Day Auction

International milliner, Elisabeth Koch, has kindly donated one of her creations to the Heritage Sandy Springs Jockeys and Juleps Auction on May 4.  Koch’s creations have graced the covers of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Cosmopolitan magazines and can be seen on royals and celebrities worldwide.  The hat is a vibrant, feminine pink fascinator -perfect for Spring Gala season and equestrian events in Georgia. This piece comes from Elisabeth Koch Millinery’s Blue Label Collection.  Each creation is a limited edition of 30-50 pieces.  Koch lives and designs in Beijing with roots in Sandy Springs.  Born to Welsh/Dutch parents, she has lived all around the world; London, Amsterdam, Berlin and Sandy Springs!  Indeed, if Elisabeth’s face is familiar, maybe she was your classmate at James L. Riley, Highpoint or Ridgeview Middle School!  Koch is now the only classically trained milliner in China, there since 2007.  She will be in Sandy Springs this Summer from late June to mid August and offering hat-making afternoon teas at the estate of her parents in Chastain Park. See www.ElisabethKoch.co for images of her hats.

Other items: Tickets to the Alliance Theatre; Pewter Julep Glass; Fine Wines and more!

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For more information, contact Kristi Petty: 404-851-9111 ext. 6, or email: events@heritagesandysprings.org