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NOVEMBER 2019

HendersonvilleLifestyle.com

Thankful for 50 Years of

Hendersonville

JAMMIN’ IN THE CITY BY THE LAKE

LORETTA LYNN’S HOMEMADE PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE


AN ENDURING LEGACY Since May 7, 1979, TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center has been providing quality and compassionate care in the legacy of Dr. Thomas Frist, Sr., to the communities we serve. At TriStar Hendersonville, we are continually improving and expanding our service lines, medical staff, technology, facilities and the quality of care we provide for those who choose our hospital for their healthcare needs.

This milestone anniversary is an opportunity to reflect on the contributions HCA Healthcare and TriStar Hendersonville have made in Sumner County, and it is also a time to give thanks. From our family of physicians, staff, employees and Board of Directors, we thank you for trusting us to meet your healthcare needs. We look forward to serving you for another 40 years and beyond.


LIFESTYLE LETTER

NOVEMBER 2019 PUBLISHER

Lynn Bowles | lynn.bowles@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Rick Murray | rick.murray@lifestylepubs.com AD DESIGNER

Alicia Huff

Thankful in Hendersonville AS NOVEMBER ROLLS AROUND, WE’RE EAGERLY AWAITING THE APPROACH OF THANKSGIVING, THE HOLIDAY SEASON AND TIME SPENT WITH OUR LOVED ONES. The winding down of the year always brings about a time of reflection for us—remembering everything we’ve done or accomplished in months past; looking back on tur-

LAYOUT DESIGNER

Dani Moore COPY EDITOR

Hayley Hyer CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Rick Murray, Lynn Bowles CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Rick Murray, Lynn Bowles

key disaster stories, mornings watching the Thanksgiving Day parade or afternoons spent curled up on the couch after one too many pieces of pie; and thinking of the people, experiences and things we’ve been blessed with in the last year. As we press pause on the hustle and bustle of life putting together a monthly magazine, we’re able to look back on the past year and, most meaningfully, the stories from all of you that have made what we do possible. We also take this chance to think of those less fortunate and encourage you to take the opportunity this giving season to donate to local organizations or charities giving back locally.

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

We hope that you might curl up in your favorite chair with the peanut butter coffee

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

cocktail and as you read this issue, you—like us—find inspiration in the lives and

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

experiences of your neighbors and the connections that have been made.

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

Happy Thanksgiving, Hendersonville!

EDITORIAL MANAGER Nicolette Martin AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

Lynn Bowles, Publisher Lynn.Bowles@LifestylePubs.com

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ON THE COVER Natalie Stovall performs at the Hendersonville Hometown Jam

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INSIDE THE ISSUE NOVEMBER 2019 FEATURES 16 Loretta Lynn’s Homemade Peanut Butter Fudge A Tasty Treat Spreads Smiles Across the Generations

22 Cozy Up Your Home Take a Cue From the Scandinavian Concept of Hygge and Welcome the Transition of Summer to Autumn with a Relaxing Refresh

24 Jammin’ in the City by the Lake Country Music Legends Come Together to Celebrate Hendersonville’s 50th Birthday

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34 Baileys Peanut Butter Cuppa’ Coffee A Classic Drink that Warms on Cool Days

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Culinary Creations

22 Renovate & Refine 24 Back Stage 29 Realty Report 30 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Hops & Vine


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GOOD TIMES 1.

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A Taste of Hendersonville The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Taste of Hendersonville event at the Streets of Indian Lake Sept. 26. Thousands of guests attended the affair, which featured some of the tastiest food and drink in the city.

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1. Towana Bowles | 2. Brenda Payne and Kendell Sinks | 3. Judge Lelan Statom | 4. Judge Holly Thompson | 5. The Stompin’ Grounds | 6. Officer Greg Freudenthal | 7. Jimmy Adamopoulos and his wife, Emily, of Music City Diner | 8. Kori Langford and Mary Gore at the Myers’ Front Porch booth | 9. The Demo’s booth | 10. Vol State president, Jerry Faulkner and his wife, Wanda | 11.,12. Record crowd at the Taste.

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GOOD TIMES 1.

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Rock Castle Hosts Inaugural Folk 'n' Bluegrass Fest Historic Rock Castle hosted the inaugural Folk ‘n' Bluegrass Fest on Saturday, Sept. 14. The family-friendly event drew hundreds of music fans who were treated to an evening of bluegrass music, food and fun. The festival featured performances by several popular folk and bluegrass artists, including the Arcadian Wild, the Appalachian Road Show and the Theo and Brenna Band.

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1. The Arcadian Wild | 2. The Appalachian Road Show | 3. South for Winter | 4. Rock Castle’s Sam Gilbert | 5. The crowd enjoys the nice weather and great music. | 6. The passion of the musicians was felt by all.

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HolidayFest Champions of Valor Breakfast HolidayFest hosted the inaugural Champions of Valor breakfast at Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club Sept. 20. The event honored local law enforcement officers. Keynote speakers were Senator

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Marsha Blackburn and Dr. Ming Wang. All proceeds from the event benefitted the Salvus Center.

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1. Hendersonville Police Detective Betsy Mullins | 2. Dr. Ming Wang | 3. Senator Marsha Blackburn | 4. Dr. Ming Wang performed the National Anthem. | 5. Dr. Ming Wang, Senator Marsha Blackburn and Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown | 6. Gallatin Police Chief Don Bandy 10

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GOOD TIMES 1.

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Cobb Law Group Ribbon-Cutting The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Cobb Law Group at their new location at 131 Walton Ferry Road, Suite 11, on Aug. 29.

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1. Attorney James Cobb | 2. Hendersonville Mayor Jamie Clary and James Cobb | 3. Attorney James Cobb | 4. The Cobb Ribbon Cutting. | 5. The Cobb team is all smiles. | 6. The guests had a great time.

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Sumner Sheriff's Child Safety Day The 5th annual Sumner County Child Safety Day Celebration was held at Triple Creek Park in Gallatin, Tennessee on Saturday, Sept. 21. A large crowd of children and adults attended the festive event, which ran from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. First responders and emergency personnel were available to teach children and parents a variety of safety tips.

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1. The highlight of the event was the bicycle giveaway, in which 60 children received new bikes. | 2. Public safety and Shrine clowns | 3. Kim Baker and her daughter, Annlyn | 4. Sumner County Sheriff Sonny Weatherford | 5. A record crowd attended the event. | 6. Face painting was one of the most popular activities. 12

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AROUND TOWN

MR. GOODROOF ANNOUNCES SHINGLE BELLS PROGRAM Mr. GoodRoof is locally owned by Hendersonville residents Mac and Tommy McRae. Every year, as a way of giving back to the community, they host  an annual “Shingle Bells Roof Giveaway” event during November and December. During the event, the company donates a new roof to a nonprofit organization or local family in need. If you know someone who needs a quality roof but cannot afford one, please send Mr. GoodRoof a photo of the property as well as a letter narrating the family or organization’s story. Send your story about the local family or nonprofit organization and why they need our help, along with a photo of the roof and a full photo of the building along with the contact information (first and last name, phone number and email address) for the family or organization. This informa-

VOL STATE CELEBRATES MATH AND SCIENCE BUILDING RENOVATION

tion can be submitted via email with the subject line

The Warf Math and Science Building at Volunteer

of “Shingle Bells” (ContactUs@MrGoodRoof.com),

State Community College underwent a $6 million

via USPS Mail (Mr. GoodRoof Shingle Bell Roof

renovation throughout the past year. The renovation

Giveaway, 273 W. Main St., Hendersonville) or in per-

provides more than 9,000 square feet of additional

son at their office (273 W. Main St.).

space, including a new Mechatronics lab with

MrGoodRoof.com

plenty of room for robotics and other training equipment. The work also upgraded the entire building, adding two new science labs, two student study areas and more than 30 faculty offices. In recognition of the completion of the remodeling, the college hosted a grand reopening celebration Oct. 18.

ELECTRONICS RECYCLING SOLUTIONS HOSTS OPEN HOUSE Electronic Recycling Solutions hosted a community open house at its Airport Road location in Gallatin Sept. 5. The event included tours of the recycling facility and refreshments for the guests. ERS is Middle Tennessee's electronics recycling

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POPE JOHN PAUL II HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING 2019

solution making a difference in the economic,

Pope John Paul II High School defeated Christian

environmental and social landscapes of our com-

County Kentucky, 56-8 in the school’s annual home-

munity. It strives to provide sustainable, long term

coming football game. JPII welcomed home alumni

employment for adults with autism and different

from near and far. The half-time presentation of the

disabilities while offering an ethical solution to

Homecoming Court culminated in crowning senior

electronics waste management.

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CULINARY CREATIONS

LORETTA LYNN’S HOMEMADE PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE

A TASTY TREAT SPREADS SMILES ACROSS THE GENERATIONS

AS THE DAUGHTER OF COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERSTAR LORETTA LYNN, YOU WOULD THINK THAT PEGGY LYNN MARCHETTI’S EARLIEST REMINISCENCES WOULD BE FILLED WITH SONGS, CHEERING FANS AND CONSTANT TOURING. However, as important as these things were, her favorite memories revolve around growing up in a warm and loving family.

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Like families everywhere, the Lynns had quite a few family traditions, many revolving around fall and the holiday season. During that time of year, they loved to get together to prepare meals and share some of their favorite recipes. One of those recipes was Loretta Lynn’s peanut butter fudge. “My mom has always had a sweet tooth  and a particular fondness for peanut butter fudge,” Peggy says with a twinkle in her eye. “When I was a little girl, I can remember her getting up in the middle of the night to make a batch of the fudge. Come daybreak, the whole house smelled like peanut butter fudge.” Over time, Loretta’s fudge prowess spread beyond her family. She began entering state fairs where she routinely won blue ribbons for her gardening, canning and, of course, her peanut butter fudge. Once, her fudge did more than win ribbons; it actually helped her feed her family. “Shortly after moving to Nashville, my mom entered a bake sale in Madison where

Young Peggy and her twin sister, Patsy, along with their mom, Loretta Lynn

she only brought her peanut butter fudge. At first, people just walked by and didn’t buy any of her fudge. However, she soon got frustrated and started eating the fudge herself. Shoppers could smell the fudge, and they started to ask her about it. She then offered them samples and ended up selling her entire batch,” Peggy says. “Mom was tickled that she had made $130, which was a lot of money back then. It was enough to help buy groceries for a while.”

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My mom has always had a sweet tooth and a particular fondness for peanut butter fudge”


MISS LORETTA’S PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE INGREDIENTS + 3 cups of sugar + 1 cup peanut butter + 1 cup milk + 1/2 stick butter + 1/2 teaspoon vanilla flavoring

DIRECTIONS 1. Mix sugar and milk in a saucepan over medium-high heat. “Mom says you should use a good, thick pan to cook the fudge in,” Peggy says. 2. Stir. Stir. Stir. “Never leave the pan.” 3.  Let the mixture come to a molten boil for about 10 minutes. Test a sample of the mixture in a cup of ice water. If it sticks together in the water, it is ready. Otherwise, continue to boil. 4. Add butter, vanilla and peanut butter. 5. Remove the pan from the heat and stir the mixture until the peanut butter is smooth. “Mom always says work fast.”  6.  Pour the mixture into an 8-inch-by-8inch-buttered pan and let it cool. “Make sure to use plenty of butter on the pan. You’ve got to rub it like you love it.” 7. Let the fudge cool. 8. Slice into individual pieces. 9. Serve and enjoy!

Miss Loretta's Peanut Butter Fudge

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CULINARY CREATIONS

(CON TI N U ED)

My mom handed the recipe down to me, and I handed it down to my daughter. We all believe that sharing recipes with your family is a wonderful way to create lifelong memories.� 18

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Peggy Lynn Marchetti


Years later, after joining the Grand Ole Opry, Loretta continued to make her fudge and share it with her fellow entertainers and crew. They had the joy of experiencing Loretta’s singing on stage and feasting on her fudge behind the scenes. Today, Loretta’s peanut butter fudge is alive and well and being regularly prepared by three generations of Lynns. “My mom handed the recipe down to me, and I handed it down to my daughter,” Peggy says. “We all believe that sharing recipes with your family is a wonderful way to create lifelong memories.” These days, Peggy is continuing the cooking and canning tradition passed down to her from her mom. Along with operating Madison Creek Farms with her husband  Mark, she recently launched her own YouTube cooking channel. On this channel, she shares some of her favorite recipes and food preparation tips with her followers. Peggy is also happy to share her mom’s fudge recipe with our Hendersonville Lifestyle readers. So, grab your ingredients and pans, and let’s make a batch of Miss Loretta’s peanut butter fudge. Peggy produces her cooking show inside the pavilion at Madison Creek Farms. She devoted an entire episode of her cooking show to preparing Miss Loretta’s Peanut Butter Fudge.  Find Madison Creek Farms on YouTube. YouTube.com

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RENOVATE & REFINE

COZY

UP YO U R

TAKE A CUE FROM THE SCANDINAVIAN CONCEPT OF HYGGE AND WELCOME THE TRANSITION OF SUMMER TO AUTUMN WITH A RELAXING REFRESH

HOME SPICE UP YOUR LIFE Pumpkin

spice,

apple

and

warm cinnamon are scents that bring the autumn air indoors. Adding these scents to your home will create a comforting and inviting atmosphere for your family and fall guests.

MAD FOR PLAID Plaid patterns are a staple for fall. Find unique ways to pull the pattern into your decor in the form of blankets, pillows and even rugs if you’re feeling adventurous!

MUM’S THE WORD Mums’

blazing

colors

and

long-lasting blooms are almost as much a marker of autumn as football, shorter days and cooler weather. Incorporate some warmer-color blooms into your decor for a fresh addition that’s reminiscent of changing leaves.

AU NATURALE Wicker and natural materials like wood and jute are great ways to bring the outdoors in. Create a woodsy feel with dried flowers, natural wood accents and lots of baskets—great for storing your knit blankets! 22

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BACK STAGE

ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY RICK MURRAY

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Jammin’ in the City by the Lake COUNTRY MUSIC LEGENDS COME TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE HENDERSONVILLE’S 50TH BIRTHDAY

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THE

SUN

SET

OVER

HENDERSONVILLE’S DRAKES CREEK PARK, BRIGHT LIGHTS AND JOYOUS SOUNDS BEGAN TO RISE FROM A STAGE TO THE EAST HERALDING THE START OF THE HENDERSONVILLE HOMETOWN JAM. Featuring a star-studded lineup of legendary country and bluegrass performers, the event was held in celebration of Hendersonville’s 50th anniversary. Throughout the warm evening, an enthusiastic crowd of more than 5,000 fans was treated to a nonstop sight and sound experience that had an undeniable Hendersonville feel. Featured performers included the Del McCoury Band, Eddy Raven, Chris Golden, Josh Mirenda, Tim Watson and Grand Ole Opry member Connie Smith. To top it off, the Jam was headlined by superstars Jamey Johnson and Opry member Ricky Skaggs. For more than 5 1/2 hours, the crowd was treated to an aural feast of well-known country and bluegrass hits including “Highway 40 Blues,” “Mason Jar,” “Once Again,” “I Got Mexico” and “In Color.”  In addition, video performances of classic hits from late Hendersonville legends such as Johnny and June Cash and Conway Twitty were played on monitor boards between live sets. Despite the top tier talent on display, the Hendersonville Hometown Jam was free to CONTINUED >

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BACK STAGE

(CON TI N U ED)

To me, celebrating 50 years of Hendersonville is more than acknowledging the city’s birthday. It is about recognizing the ties that bind us together in our community” —Scott Sprouse attend. The only costs for fans were for optional food, beverage and merchandise purchases. In addition, some fans chose to purchase tickets that permitted entry into a special VIP-only area. The idea for the concert originated during a chance meeting in 2017 between Hendersonville parks director, Andy Gilley, and Whiskey Jam promoter, Ward Guenther. It all began with two simple words: “Nice hat.” “Ward and I first met at Jack Browns in Nashville before a Kings of Leon concert. I was wearing a Whiskey Jam hat, and Ward commented on it. Soon afterward, we became fast friends,” Andy says. “We realized that we have a ton of mutual friends, a love for music and what it means to people and that we wanted to bring something really special to our hometown Hendersonville.” “As soon as I saw the hat, I knew that we had a lot in common,” Ward says. “After we met, we immediately started looking for an opportunity to bring the Jam experience to Hendersonville.” Two years later, the right opportunity finally arrived with the onset of Hendersonville’s semicentennial. As the calendar turned to 2019, local civic and community leaders began making plans for various events to celebrate the city’s anniversary. These events included a recognition ceremony at the Streets of Indian Lake in June and another observance during the August Sumner Fest. While both of these events were well-received, Andy and Hendersonville Alderman Scott Sprouse felt that the semicentennial deserved an even larger celebration. “To me, celebrating 50 years of Hendersonville is more than acknowledging the city’s birthday. It is about recognizing the ties that bind us together in our community,” Scott says. “I couldn’t think of any better way of celebrating our sense of community than through music.” As a result, Scott and Andy began fleshing out the concept for what was to become the Hendersonville Hometown Jam. Before long, they realized that to pull off the kind of “world-class” concert event that they envisioned, they needed professional help. Fortunately, that help was just a short phone call away. Remembering his earlier discussions with Ward, Andy reached out to him to see if he would be interested in helping coordinate the event. “I had been producing the Whiskey Jam series in Nashville for several years, and I was looking for a way to bring the concerts to Hendersonville,” Ward says. “I was thrilled to help pull together a concert that would showcase our community.” Thanks to the efforts of the trio, coupled with the assistance of 26

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volunteer coordinator Rachel Archer-Collins and backstage manager Donna Sterban, numerous other professionals and volunteers, the Hendersonville Hometown Jam presented by Whiskey Jam became both a reality and a rousing success on Tuesday night, Oct. 1. “I’ve always loved the phrase, ‘If you build it, they will come,’ from the classic movie Field of Dreams. I thought about it a lot when we started making plans for the event,” Andy says. “The success of the Jam proves that our city will always support its own and that our city loves and appreciates the great music that comes from Hendersonville.” “The Jam was more than just a musical celebration; it was a chance to recognize some of the outstanding talent that we have in our city,” Scott adds. “While many of the performers are known worldwide, we tend to overlook them locally because we see them as our friends and neighbors instead of superstars.” Friends and neighbors, indeed. As

bluegrass

legend

Ricky

Skaggs

said after ending his set, “Goodnight, Hendersonville. I’ll see y’all at Kroger.” As the concert wound down to a close, many fans began to wonder whether or not the Jam was going to be just a one-time event. Not if Andy Gilley has his way. “I am hopeful that this concert will be just the first of a long line of Hometown Jams because our city showed that we are ready for big-time events,” Andy says. “We built it, and they did come.”

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REALTY REPORT

REALTY REPORT

NEIGHBORHOOD

HENDERSONVILLE

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SOLD PRICE

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DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

111 Saranac Trl

$475,000

$476,000

100

38

4

4

103 Championship Place #291

$484,990

$484,990

100

114

4

3

103 Downing Ct

$499,000

$490,000

98

40

4

3

1048 Hillview Dr

$500,000

$500,000

100

0

3

3

159 Ervin St

$509,000

$500,000

98

30

5

4

341 Crooked Creek Ln

$509,900

$516,000

101

48

4

3

2007 Hawkwell Cir

$520,900

$523,520

100

126

4

3

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$524,900

$519,000

99

36

4

4

123 Windham Cir

$529,900

$530,900

100

33

5

4

1013 Heritage Woods Dr

$539,000

$510,000

95

66

3

3

116 Flintshire Lane

$539,950

$539,950

100

79

5

4

157 Ashington Circle Lot 124

$549,900

$525,000

95

52

4

5

1030 Parsons Way

$550,000

$500,000

91

56

3

4

140 Ashington Circle Lot 43

$558,685

$566,575

101

198

4

5

705 Shute Ln

$559,900

$559,900

100

32

4

3

122 Thornwood Pl

$559,950

$559,950

100

29

4

5

1544 Drakes Creek Rd

$569,900

$551,500

97

35

4

3

1016 Kidron Way

$595,000

$588,000

99

22

4

4

103 Glen Leven Way

$599,900

$585,000

97

50

4

4

103 Cherry Hill Dr.

$655,000

$630,000

96

52

4

4

1112 Forestpointe

$664,900

$635,000

95

31

4

5

127 Countryside Dr

$695,000

$695,000

100

63

5

5

1068 Gadwall Cir

$759,000

$700,000

92

17

4

5

590 Forest Retreat Rd

$799,900

$799,900

100

44

5

4

$1,395,000

$1,395,000

100

52

3

3

200 Cherokee Rd

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NOVEMBER

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

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BACKYARD BLUEGRASS BASH

FLANNELFEST PUB CRAWL

In celebration of Sumner County's rich

Join BriarScratch Brewing  for a

'SHOP WITH A COP' SANTA CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT

music history, bring out the whole

crisp and malty night on the town

981 Plantation Blvd., Gallatin

family to the backyard of the Douglass-

as they toast their rich fall brew on

All proceeds from this event will be

Clark

the Backyard

the Gallatin Square. Wear flannel

used for the annual “Shop with a

Bluegrass Bash! It’s an afternoon filled

garb and join the pub crawl. Come

Cop.” Children from economically

with amazing live music, delicious food,

out and support local seasonal beer,

struggling families are paired with

vendor shopping, dancing and some of

live music and fun at Gallatin’s unique

Gallatin police and firefighters and

the best bluegrass music around.

downtown eateries!

Sumner County EMA and sheriffs so

Admission is free, and activities last

Admission is free; guests must be

that they can go Christmas shopping

from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

21-plus and have a valid ID.

at our local Walmart.

Douglass-Clark House

House for

Filly's Game and Grill

Tennessee Grasslands, Lakes Course,

The

cost

is

$400

per

team.

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9

Contact Kay Gregory at 615.527.7212

NINTH ANNUAL SUMNER COUNTY ARTISTS AND ARTISANS STUDIO TOUR

HOLIDAY TINSEL AND TREASURES GALLATIN'S SHOP LOCAL WEEKEND

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Plan to visit beautiful Sumner County

The Holiday Tinsel and Treasures

for the 2019 Studio Tour.  Visitors

"Shop Local" Weekend has been

may start at any studio location, and

a Gallatin tradition for almost 50

Saundersville Road

each studio will have brochures with

years. Local retail merchants open

Join this rich network of women busi-

maps available.

their doors the second week-

ness owners and professionals for a

This year, there are 11 studios and more

end in November every year to

luncheon networking meeting. The

than 30 talented artists and artisans

shoppers,

the

meeting will be held from 11:30 a.m.

participating. This event is just in time

chance to start their Christmas

to 1 p.m. at the Hendersonville Public

for holiday shopping and offers many

shopping

tradition

Library. A catered lunch will be pro-

unique gift ideas. Admission is free.

continues this year on Saturday,

vided. The cost for chamber members

Nov. 9 and Sunday, Nov. 10!

is $15, and for nonmembers, it is $20.

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HENDERSONVILLE VETERANS DAY PARADE

REMEMBER THE TITANS—FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT

Sumner County will host its annual

The

Hendersonville

Remember the Titans is playing in

Garlands and Glitter Fashion Show

Veterans Day Parade will be held

Tennessee’s oldest movie theatre, The

with Dillard’s Department Store.

on Main Street near Memorial Park

Palace Theatre. Guests love watching

Enjoy an evening of fashion and fun

Nov. 10. The parade will feature

classic favorites on the big screen!

at the annual fashion show with live

numerous floats, marching bands,

Join the audience for a showing of the

entertainment by Cherish Lee and

clowns and other participants who

2000s Remember the Titans, the true

the best of today’s fashions! Lelan

will be honoring our country's mil-

story of a newly appointed African-

Statom will emcee. Tickets cost $60

itary veterans. The parade will take

American coach and his high school

each, including dinner. Table spon-

place 2-4 p.m.

team on their first season as a racially

Sumner County

2 GARLANDS AND GLITTER FASHION SHOW

Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club

Newcomers and Community Club of

sorships for $1,000 are available.

or KGregory@gallatinpd.org.

Gallatin

allowing

them

early. This

Main Street

annual

SUMNER COUNTY WOMEN IN BUSINESS LUNCHEON

Hendersonville Public Library, 140

The Palace Theatre

integrated unit. Admission is $3. CONTINUED >

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NOVEMBER

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

INDIAN LAKE LOOP 5K AND FIVE-MILE WALK AND RUN The Streets of Indian Lake

Come join hundreds of runners and walkers of all ages

for a five-mile and 5K Family event at The Streets of Indian Lake. The Five-Miler is a competitive race with

timing and awards. The 5K is a non-competitive family fun run and walk. On-site registration is at 8 a.m. All proceeds will benefit COMPASS.

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HOPS & VINE

Baileys Peanut Butter

Cuppa’ Coffee ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY LYNN BOWLES

THE BAILEYS PEANUT BUTTER CUPPA’ COFFEE IS THE PERFECT HOT DRINK TO WARM YOUR HEART AND SOUL THIS MONTH. This cocktail features a combination of chocolate, peanut butter and Baileys Original Irish Creme.

INGREDIENTS + 1 3/4 ounces Baileys Original Irish Cream + 1 cup hot coffee + 1 cup hot milk + 8  Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, chopped and melted + 2 tablespoons creamy peanut butter + Whipped cream, for garnish + Shaved chocolate, for garnish + Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, for garnish DIRECTIONS 1. Combine Baileys Original Irish Cream, hot coffee, hot milk, 8 melted peanut butter cups and peanut butter in a blender. 2.  Blend until combined. 3.  Pour into mugs and garnish with whipped cream, shaved chocolate and whole peanut butter cups. POUR VOUS! 263 Indian Lake Blvd., Hendersonville

This recipe will serve 2 and contains no more

615.590.7094

than 0.6 fluid ounces of alcohol per serving. If

PourVous.us

you choose to make your own drinks, Pour Vous! can supply the main ingredients. However, if you

SAFARI’S BRICK OVEN AND GRILL

prefer to have your drink made to order, stop into

230 E. Main St., Hendersonville

Safari’s Brick Oven and Grill and ask for a Bai-

615.991.3958

leys Peanut Butter Cuppa’ Coffee.

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