7/31 - Wanderlust at Westwood
Saturday, July 31, 2021 | 6:00 PM
50 Guests | $150 per person
Historic Westwood | 3425 Kingston Pike
Please call Hollie Cook at 865-523-8008 ext. 3 to purchase by phone.
Take a wanderlust trip through time to enjoy the foods, drinks, music and artistic flair of four iconic decades. Revisit the Gilded Age or Fox Trot your way through the Roaring Twenties. Do a jig in the Nifty 50’s and experience the Knoxville of today. Fun surprises await as you party through time. Interact with hosts from the decades. Dress to fit into your favorite decade if you like!
In additional to wonderful food and exciting drinks, very special presentations include: original performances by dancers from the Go Contemporary Dance Works reflecting dance of the periods at both the Nifty 50’s decade and the Great Gatsby Garden Party; an actor will portray Adelia at the Gilded Age decade; a professional piano player will perform as guests arrive at the Gilded Age decade; one of Knoxville’s top jazz trios “the Brian Clay Jazz Trio” will finish the evening by performing at the New Knoxville decade. This will be a spectacular event not to be missed.
Please note, this event requires moving around on the Westwood property including a downhill/uphill walk to the Matheny Cottage.
Be welcomed with a Wanderlust cocktail
The Gilded Age Salon (indoor/outdoor)
Brie and fig jam; roast beef, arugula, and horseradish cream sandwiches
A Great Gatsby Garden Party (outdoor)
Deviled eggs; ham biscuits with bee-sting glaze
A Nifty 50’s Cocktail Party (indoor/outdoor)
Seafood cocktail; Swedish meatballs
The New Knoxville (2021) (outdoor)
Charcuterie; decadent desserts
Mike C. Berry*
Amy Fay Chandler
Joan & Clay Easterly
Kyle Ann Lang
Steven Hinkle & Todd Morgan
Marla & John Peterson
Lydia & Michael Toomey
Hollie Cook & Chris Tucker
Tyler Janow & Anthony Wilson
J Taylor & Simonne Wortham
Summer Supper planning committee chairs and co-chairs are designated in the list of hosts with an *. Home/property owners are designated in the list of hosts with an **.