Join us Thursday, October 14th to hear Patrick McIntyre, Executive Director and State Historic Preservation Officer, Tennessee Historical Commission, discuss the agency’s century of work to preserve the state of Tennessee.
As the State Historic Preservation Office, the Tennessee Historical Commission works to protect historic places all across the state through federally and state-mandated programs. For more than 25 years, the agency’s offices have been located in historic Clover Bottom Mansion in Donelson. Come learn more about their work in a conversation with director Patrick McIntyre.
Doors open at 6 p.m. for guests to gather, with the presentation starting at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 for Hermitage Members and $15 for Non-Members and include one glass of wine from Natchez Hills Winery. Light snacks and additional drinks are available for purchase.
Raise a glass to the past! The History Uncorked series offers an opportunity to engage with a variety of historical topics while enjoying the community of your fellow history aficionados. With each program focusing on a particular topic, followed by a lively discussion in a casual setting, History Uncorked is an evening of wine, wisdom and words, offered in partnership with Natchez Hills Winery.
A portion of all sales will support the Andrew Jackson Foundation’s mission to preserve the home place of Andrew Jackson, create learning opportunities and inspire informed citizenship.