Brown Bag LunchesBrown Bag Ed Center

BCM’s Brown Bag Lunch program is a series of mid-day lectures, concerts and performances -- great opportunities to enjoy an informative and enjoyable program while lunching with friends. Bring your own lunch – let us provide the drinks, dessert and discourse!

$3 for BCM members, $10 for future members. Registrations requested: (859) 491-4003.

Brown Bag Lunches take place at Behringer-Crawford Museum, 1600 Montague Road-Devou Park, Covington, KY 41011. Free Parking.




Brown Bag Luncheon: The Art of Tambour Beading with Robert Haven

Thursday, Feb. 20, noon FinalBrown Bag Luncheon Tambour Beading 1

Kings' and queens' embroidery, 1920s flapper dresses, bridal gowns and red carpet fashions - all enhanced by the little known art of tambour beading.

Tambour beading is a hand-beading technique performed with a hook in a holder which holds a shortened French Cornelli needle, used to bead onto fabric that is stretched over a frame. Once considered a social pastime in the 1700s, tambour beading has grown into such a highly kept secret among fashion designers that there are very few people in the U.S. who can teach this technique.

Robert Haven, owner of Bead Embroidery And Design Studio in Lexington, KY is one of these few and he will discuss this centuries-old art at BCM. Registrations requested: or (859) 491-4003.



Brown Bag Luncheon Archaeological Cemetery Relocation 3

Brown Bag Luncheon: Archaeological Cemetery Relocation

Thursday, March 19, noon

Doug Vonstrohe, vice-president and archaeologist of K & V Cultural Resources Management, LLC will explain how archaeologists uncover and relocate cemeteries, including the steps taken from identification to reburial.





Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Sunday: 1-5 p.m.

Closed Mondays and national holidays

Behringer-Crawford Museum

1600 Montague Road - Devou Park

Covington, Kentucky, 41011

Phone: (859) 491-4003


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