let’s take a trip to poland - SOLD OUT
Saturday, July 15, 2017 | 6:00 PM
24 Guests | $170 per person
sequoyah hills | 3709 kingston pike
Call 865-523-8008 to be added to the waiting list.
Join us for a peek behind the high brick wall that fronts the home of Ambassador Victor Ashe and his wife Joan. You are met with glorious gardens and art surrounding a storybook cottage designed by Barber and McMurry in 1921. It became home to the Ashe family in 1961 and Joan married into the house in 1983. In 2011, the Ashes embarked on a major renovation taking care to retain the original look and charm of the residence. The latest addition in 2016 is a gallery and pool. The gallery is home to their extensive art collection, which has been collected from around the world and featured are beautiful stained glass skylights created by local artist, Chris Myers. Join us for cocktails around the pool and dining in the Gallery.
Traditional Cocktails, Wine & Beer
Pierogi & Zapiekanki (Polish mini pizzas)
Following Polish tradition, Chopin Vodka will be served with dinner
Chlodnik—Nothing “beets” a bowl of cold borscht soup on a hot Tennessee July evening! Golabki (cabbage rolls)—Golabki proves you can do more with cabbage than make cole slaw.
Duck from Warsaw (Indiana)—This duck is popular for its delicious taste.
Polish Skillet Apples
Fingerling Potatoes—Ask Dan Quayle if it is potato or potatoo.
Challah—Traditional Jewish bread beloved by many citizens across Poland
A Five-Alarm Fire Dessert Ends the Dinner in a Blaze of Glory
Joan & Victor Ashe*
Nancy & Glen Castle
Marsha & Duane Grieve
Donna & Craig Griffith
Rader Hayes & Cliff Caudill
Dana & Tom Traylor
Melynda & Bob Whetsel