Music City Happenings: This Week

Since I will be leaving town this weekend for an extended weekend in the country parts of Georgia and then attending a baby shower in Atlanta, I probably won’t be able to attend many of these events. I do want to continue to spread the news about what seems hot this week in Nashville.

This first event is a little pricey but it is for a good cause.


Join Us to Help End Childhood Hunger in America

No Kid Hungry Nashville

Sunday, July 15, 2012

The Capitol Grille at The Hermitage Hotel
The Grand Ballroom
231 Sixth Avenue North
Nashville, TN

6:00 p.m.– Cocktail reception
7:00 p.m.– Multi-course seated dinner

No Kid Hungry Dinner – Nashville, Individual ticket
Includes admission to the event for one individual.- $200.00


American Whiskey III

The guys over at Skillery is at it again. I attended the American Whiskey II. It was very fun to learn more about my favorite type of alcohol. The speaker is extremely knowledge and it was a great opportunity to chat with different kinds of people. The price isn’t bad at all. The tickets are $40. It includes all of the tasting of the whiskey and snacks.

Here are the details:

In this installment of our popular American Whiskey series at Holland House Bar and Refuge in East Nashville, bartender Jeremiah Blake will focus on introducing American whiskey made outside of Kentucky and Tennessee.

The night will begin with snacks, Haymaker punch (bourbon, choc/strawberry tea, citrus and champagne), and an opportunity to order food from Holland House’s bar menu. Servers from Holland House will be on hand, providing table service throughout the evening.

Our journey will begin in earnest at 6:30PM, with a whiskey overview, a discussion of key figures, and an exploration of how different climates and water sources affect the taste of the popular spirit. Of course, you’ll sample several classic and unique whiskeys from craft distilleries across the United States, including Hudson, High West, Stanahan’s and a few surprise selections. Join us on July 17th.


Also make sure that you save the date for Tennessee’s tax free weekend. Woot! It is August 3rd-5th. Great way for me to kick off my birthday month.


–Country Chic Chronicles



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