A warm pink glow will emit from the windows of the five-story Frank O'Bannon Great Hall at the Indiana State Museum tomorrow morning and night in celebration of Valentine's Day. The pink light also sets the mood for the museum's first Valentine's Dinner, which also takes place during Preview Night at the 11th Annual Indiana Art Fair.
Indiana State Museum
650 West Washington Street
Located in the White River State Park campus downtown
The pink lights will be turned on at sundown this evening and remain on throughout Friday night. The Valentine's Dinner for two is set for 5:30 p.m. in the historic L.S. Ayres Tea Room on level 2 of the museum.
The Indiana State Museum
Several large internal flood lights will emit bright pink light throughout the five-story Great Hall. The pink light will be visible from both West and Washington streets.
There is no cost to view the lights from the Great Hall.
The Valentine's Dinner includes a meal for two, champagne and admission to Preview Night at the 11th Annual Indiana Art Fair, all for $120 per couple.
Tickets to Indiana Art Fair are $20 for members and $25 for nonmembers.
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