Historic Lebanon announces our 10th annual Historic Places Tour, Saturday, Dec. 2, 5-8:30 pm.
This year’s tour includes eight sites:
- Cumberland Ignite Lab, 104 E Main
- Bushman Residential Loft, 108 E Main
- Lebanon Masonic Lodge #98 Celebrating 175th Anniversary, 106 N. College
- The Partee House, 233 W Main
- The Bouton Home, 316 W Main
- The Ashley Home, 135 N. Hatton
- The Hill Home, 126 Greenlawn Dr.
- The Harding Home, 218 S Tarver
Click here for Historic Places Tour Map
Tour tickets are $10 in advance, available at the Historic Lebanon office, 324 West Main Street or the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber office, 149 Public Square beginning November 13. Tickets will be available the night of the tour for $12 at 104 E. Main St and any of the tour locations.
The tour is self-guided and participants may start at any of the sites. For convenience, locations are listed on the back of advance tickets and at www.historiclebanon.com.
By shining a light on these local treasures, Historic Lebanon hopes to increase awareness of Lebanon’s history and stress the importance of local preservation efforts. We want to show how one can live a modern life in an older home! The annual Historic Places tour is a great way to spend a wonderful night in your community and to support local historic preservation efforts.
Historic Lebanon is proud to bring the tour to the community each December. This would not be possible without the support of our generous annual sponsors: Ligon and Bobo Funeral Home, C. Tracey Parks Law Office, Main Street Property Management, THW/Westfield Insurance, Thackston Family Foundation, Wilson Bank and Trust, The City of Lebanon, and CedarStone Bank.
For more information please contact Kim Parks, 615-547-9795 or email@example.com.
For last minute availability please contact Kim Parks at HistoricLebanon@cumberland.edu or 615-547-9795.
Chef Trey Cioccia is a successful Nashville chef with a deep connection to food, land and farming. He is a native of Mt. Juliet with a love and passion for cooking and sources his ingredients from his own farm and other local producers. Trey’s newest concept is the Black Rabbit, 218 Third Ave, N. near Printers Alley in Nashville. Trey envisions his second space will harken back to the jazz lounges that made Printers Alley famous. The menu at his new venture will feature creative cocktails, small plates of canapes, breads, “soppins” and more. . Historic Lebanon is proud to have a chef of Trey’s stature affiliated with our event. Read more at thefarmhousetn.com/meet-the-chef.
Wedge Oak Farm is a Wilson County Century Farm, their motto is “We raise food you can feel good about eating! “ Wedge Oak raises various breeds of laying hens, meat broilers, turkeys, guineas, meat and laying ducks. Hog breeds include Poland Chinas, Yorkshires and the only Tennessee raised Mangalitsas. From their prized Mangalitsa charcuterie hogs they create a specialty sausage line made right here in Tennessee. All animals are raised on the farm and processed as close to home as possible. For more information about the farm and directions visit www.wedgeoakfarm.com/.