“Laying Low” to benefit Custom’s House Museum
Clarksville, TN – If you’ve been “Flying High” over the years, then it’s time for “Laying Low” to support the Custom’s House Museum and Cultural Center. The Museum’s first ever “Laying Low” fundraiser is coming November 5th at 3:30pm, at the home of Nancy and Garnett Ladd, 2100 Madison Street.
This “festival style” event will feature a complete barbeque dinner with all the trimmings, adult beverages, sweet tea, outdoor games, a cornhole tournament, capped off with a bonfire and s’mores. The highlight of the night will be country music headliner, Frankie Ballard.
Mary Turner, one of the event volunteers says, “I was asked to get involved with the Custom’s House by friends, and I absolutely love it.” “This event was planned as an alternative to ‘Flying High’ for those who would enjoy a more laid back, economical event they could support” said Turner.
Alan Robison, executive director of the museum said, “The community’s support of the museum has been extraordinary, and we feel Laying Low will be another jewel in our fundraising efforts.”
For more information and to reserve your spot, contact Linda Maki at 931.648.5780, or visit www.customshousemuseum.org.
Limited tickets are available for this event, so purchase yours today. The Custom’s House Museum is located in downtown Clarksville at 200 South Second street.