Sip a drink, listen to live music, and enjoy the grounds of historic Elmwood (2535 Hwy 31 E Gallatin, TN 37066) at the Pistols, Petals & Pearls Event on Saturday, May 21, 2022 from 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. You’ll be first to hear the Museum’s impacting 10-year vision.
Starting in 2022, the Sumner County Museum’s 10-year plan is the biggest in Museum history. With a vision so big, it seemed fitting to share it in a unique way. For one afternoon, historic Elmwood in Gallatin will be open to guests for the Sumner County Museum’s Pistols, Petals & Pearls event where you’ll hear the vision of what’s to come.
Guests will be able to sip a beverage and enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres while enjoying the extensive grounds of this historic home. While there, enjoy live music by the Modern Mozarts, see art in action by the Bugg Hollow Plein Air Painters, sit in the outdoor lounge areas, and view select pieces from the Museum and event co-sponsors.
A limited-ticket VIP experience will also offer a tour of Historic Elmwood while enjoying select refreshments.
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A special thank you to our event sponsors: Pull the Chute, Beretta, Wilson Bank & Trust, Axem, Rosendin, Pinnacle Bank, Macon Bank & Trust, Botsko Builders, Gregory Real Estate, LLC, Deanne DeWitt for State Representative, A Daisy A Day Vintage & Antique Marketplace, Branded Blossom, Hoeganaes, Gallatin Chamber of Commerce, State Farm – Craig Hayes, David and Jane Wright, Hart and Joshua Casey.
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