For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, June 12 & Sunday, July 10
The Friends of the Bridal House are presenting historical talks called “If These Logs Could Talk” this summer at the Bridal House on a Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm. The presentation will be held on the side porch and there is limited seating so you might want to bring a chair. The first presentation will be on June 12. The admission fee is $5.00 per person for age 12 + but free to members.
Christmas artwork by Kathleen Haynes, Pottery with Bridal House theme by Mike Countess, and hand-crafted vegan soaps by Kay Brown. Scott Miller played 18th & 19th century Christmas music on the hammered dulcimer. Period-dressed docents lead tours through the traditional decorated house and mulled cider and homemade cookies were served.
August 3, 2019
The 200th wedding anniversary of Richard and Elizabeth (Cotton) Hobdy was celebrated at the Bridal House on August 3, 2019 with a reenactment of their marriage.
May 4, 2019
Brian Allison, history consultant and author, joined us to discuss his new book, Notorious Nashville. This book includes stories of notorious criminals like John Dillinger, Jesse James and other colorful characters who strode across the national stage as well as some of the long-forgotten lives of some of the city’s most desperate citizens. There were even some Sumner County tales also.
Bridal House Open House, April 6, 2019
Thanks to Debbie Lewis who played the fiddle and to Pamela Lambert who exhibited her Fraktur artwork, for making our opening day so special. Also thanks to our docents who were dressed in clothing of the periods represented by our house (1810-1860) and to other volunteers who greeted and served refreshments to our guests.
Debbie Lewis playing violin
Docents in costume