The Summer Suppers
Regrettably, the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic have made it necessary to postpone the 2020 Summer Suppers to 2021 and not undertake a Scruffy City Soiree this year. Instead, we will have one really special event in September that is a combination of all the things we love about both!
On Friday, September 25, we’re heading to the farm – Tim and Deanna Hill’s Rivershack Farm overlooking the Holston River and the Great Smoky Mountains. Return with us to a simpler time as we celebrate the end of summer under a big sky with an old-fashioned barbecue-fueled extravaganza. This special gathering will linger in your memory for many summers to come.
6:30 PM | Tickets $150 per person PURCHASE ONLINE HERE
Attire: Country Chic
Tickets are refundable until 5 pm on September 15.
CAN’T ATTEND? Please consider a general donation online here.
HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS
As a thank you to our Knox Heritage Society donors (1791 Heritage, Ellen McClung Berry & Mary Boyce Temple membership levels), Summer Supper Soiree tickets are available for purchase during an exclusive pre-sale period until May 20. Our Patrons’ Circle members, (Patron, Sustainer & Benefactor membership levels) will be granted access to tickets beginning May 21. Online sales begin at 10:00 a.m. on May 28. For assistance with ticket purchases, please contact Hollie Cook at 865.523.8008 Ext. 3 Monday-Friday between 9 am and 5 pm.
If you would like to join or upgrade your membership, please call or email Janine Bolin.
IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION
Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited, and this event will sell out quickly, so we encourage you to make your reservations as soon as possible. Once tickets sell-out, we will offer a waiting list option.
With respect to the COVID-19 social environment as of this writing, tickets for this event will be refundable until September 16. Reservations are confirmed only when payment is received. Reservation confirmations and additional information will be sent to guests via email.
As the value of this event exceeds the amount paid by the guests, the cost of a ticket is not tax-deductible.