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Appalachian Christmas Dinner
December 9 @ 6:30 pm - December 11 @ 8:30 pm
NOTE: THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
Thank you for your interest and for your support.
During An Appalachian Christmas Dinner guests will feast on an authentic Appalachian dinner complete with moonshine, wine, and stack cake. Storytelling will be provided by Virginia Appalachian Mountain Native, Linda Goodman with music by Holly Wood & The Appalachian Extras – Susie Monick, Joe Collins, and Jennifer Halenar.
Guests will feast on an authentic Appalachian dinner complete with moonshine, wine, and stack cake. Storytelling and music!
Three nights to choose from: December 9th, 10th, and 11th. Space is limited.
Where: Garrott’s StoneWall House
When: December 9th, 10th, 11th, 2018
Registration/Tickets: $40 per night
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Benefits: Sumner County Museum
ABOUT OUR STORYTELLER:
Author/Storyteller/Playwright Linda Goodman, an Appalachian Mountain native of Melungeon descent, learned the art of storytelling from her father, a former coal miner who was himself a master yarnspinner. Her stories create a magical world where fantasy and ordinary heroes come together to both entertain and inspire her delighted audiences. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
For more information and to discuss sponsorship opportunities contact:
Lynda Evjen, HolidayFestTN President
Benefiting: Sumner County Museum
The Sumner County Museum began in the 1970’s with the vision of John Garrott, a local business man who also has the love and knowledge of history of the county. Their mission is to make the history of Sumner County meaningful and attractive to a broad audience by collecting, studying, exhibiting, and interpreting through educational programming, special exhibits, publications and research.
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