Steve and Mimi Becker's carpenter was at their Main Street catering hall Friday to install lock-and-key cabinets.
The owners of Toy Box Catering are preparing for their liquor license.
This week local caterers will be able to apply for liquor licenses that would allow them to serve alcohol at private parties.
The Beckers are set to be the first applicants. The law was changed during the last state legislative session.
After Danville's by-the-drink vote last year, local caterers discovered that they couldn't apply for licenses to serve at functions in their own communities, but caterers from out of town, who already had licenses, could come into Danville and serve. The same would have been true for Harrodsburg.
Now, under the law, caterers that have a business space and do not operate a restaurant will be able to hold a license to sell to private parties. If they cater off-site, customers can either supply their own liquor or the Beckers can provide it. If the function is at Toy Box, then customers have to buy alcohol from the Beckers to serve.