Letting you know we have a nice group planning to go see the mansion. So here are some logistics for the event:
- Meet at the shuttle pick up point about 10:45 AM Thursday. Location is at Woodmont Hills Church, 3710 Franklin Rd, Nashville, TN 37204. If you need directions, let me know. This is a stress free event so don’t worry if you miss the group, just take the next shuttle to the mansion. We’ll group up at the end.
- Dress for the weather for short shuttle wait and walk between buildings outside. So don’t forget your hats & mittens!
- We have 12:30-ish reservations @ Tupelo Honey Café, 2000 Meridian Blvd Ste 110, Franklin, TN 37067 located in The Meridian Village complex just off of Carothers Blvd east of I-65.
- If you are not dining with us let me know prior or at the tour. Can’t wait for some fine food and brews.
- Drive out is not planned, so if the weather is frightful, OTMs are ok.
- Don’t have anything formal after lunch, but the Cool Springs Galleria Mall is a short jaunt to the west for that special gift.
- Anyone that would still like to go, tickets are still available. See below for details.
Cheryl & Denny
Tennessee Home for the Holidays
The Governor’s Mansion Holiday tour has become a wonderful Holiday tradition for the club. Past tours have found the decorations done by local artists and organizations well worth the price of FREE.
We have reserved a block of 30 tickets for 11 a.m. on Dec. 6. We’ll meet you at the designated parking lot for the shuttle bus and afterwards, true to MCMC protocol, we’ll go for lunch at the Tupelo Honey Café in Franklin. After lunch, some may want to do Christmas shopping in the Cool Springs area.
For tickets & the lunch tally, RSVP via email@example.com or call/text 615-618-5403 by 12/4/18. Please indicate first & last name for each person’s ticket as well an email address for the tickets. Final detail will be sent with the tickets.
Governor and First Lady Haslam will host the 8th annual holiday open house at the Tennessee Residence December 6 – 16, Thursday- Sunday.
This year’s theme will depict ‘Tennessee Tourism,’ showcasing the many successful businesses, attractions and destinations that draw millions of visitors to our state and provide education, entertainment, hospitality and beauty to our citizens throughout the year.