October 4th 2015
We Invite you to an evening of fine dining in Nashville's Bells Bend.
Ring The Bell is hosted by Beaman Park to Bells Bend Conservation Corridor, whose mission is to promote and protect the rural character of the Bells Bend area by establishing an outdoor recreational, agricultural, and residential conservation district that serves as a county, state and regional planning model for open space preservation.
Proceeds will be used to execute the above mission by providing funding for conservation easements and funding programs that promote farm education, environmental stewardship, and the importance of land preservation.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Beaman Park’s “Save Our Barn” project to restore and stabilize century-old Proctor Barn, a 100-year-old barn at Beaman Park. This restored barn will serve as a living example of Davidson County’s agricultural heritage. It will also provide a location for community gatherings, school field trips, workshops, skill sharing, and demonstrations of traditional agricultural practices.
To learn more follow the link http://www.beamanpark.org
Dinner prepared by chef Philip Krajeck of nationally acclaimed Rolf and Daughters restaurant, accompanied with wine pairings from Husk restaurant sommelier, Andy Wedge.
For more details ringthebelldinner.org
Local Favorites also include:
Bells Bend Preservation Ale brewed and served by Yazoo Brewery
Nashville's own brewery featuring the Preservation ale which features hops grown here in the bend at Bells Bend Farms.
Cocktails served by Corsair Distillery
Nashville's well loved maker of spirits, including smoked whiskeys and fine gins.
Corsair’s spirits have been praised in publications like Food and Wine, Saveur, Imbibe, Whisky Magazine, Whisky Advocate, the Atlantic, Time Out New York, and Maxim.com. Corsair’s innovative and adventurous spirits have won 41 medals at international spirits competitions.
and coffee curated by Crema
A local loved by many and provider of relationally and responsibly sourced coffee from farmers all over the world.