Members of the Junior League of Lexington dedicate their time and talents to serve with non-profit agencies across central Kentucky, and the League awards grants to multiple agencies each year to assist them with continuing the work that they do.
Built circa 1814, the Bodley-Bullock House offers fine examples of the Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian architecture and furnishings. It is noted for its delicate three-story stairway, the finest example of a cantilevered elliptical staircase in any Kentucky Federal-style house.
Created in 1937 to help fund the Junior League of Lexington’s community works project, the horse show has grown to be the world's largest outdoor American Saddlebred show and the first leg of the Saddlebred "Triple Crown."
The Holly Day Market, held during the second weekend in November, attracts merchants from all over the country to sell their wares to thousands of Central Kentucky shoppers. Proceeds assist the Junior League of Lexington with its charitable efforts.
Built circa 1814, the Bodley-Bullock House offers fine examples of the Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian architecture and furnishings. Open to the public throughout the year for tours and special events and is available for rental for meetings, weddings and private parties.
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22nd-23rd Tossed & Found at the Bodley-Bullock house. The Junior League of Lexington is hosting a rummage sale to benefit our headquarters, the historic Bodley-Bullock House.
13th-15th Join us for the 9th Annual Holly Day Market at the Kentucky Horse Park
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The Junior League of Lexington is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The Junior League of Lexington, Kentucky, Inc. reaches out to women of all races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to voluntarism.