CASA of the Tennessee Heartland’s 12th Annual Barbeque and Bluegrass Bash is this Saturday. After all the snow and crazy weather, it’s time to get out of the house and have some fun!
Once again, the Ridge City Ramblers will be pickin’ and singin’ through the night, a delicious barbeque buffet will be provided, and the night will hold lots of entertainment. The event moves this year to an exciting new venue—205 Main (previously the Ray Viles Ford Building in Clinton).
A full barbeque buffet dinner (including pulled pork, grilled chicken, salad, mac and cheese, and baked beans—vegetarian option available) will be provided along with desserts, wine and beer bar, and moonshine tastings. Silent and live auctions include vacation packages, Raku Pottery from Bill Capshaw, fine jewelry, and many more exciting baskets and packages.
We will be having our first ever “heads and tails” game sponsored by Peter’s Jewelers. Guests can purchase a chance to play a game of heads or tails until only one winner remains standing. The winner will go home with a stunning piece of fine jewelry.
Also new this year is live, instructed line dancing. So dust off those cowboy boots, shake out those jeans and get ready for a great night of fun!
We hope to see you Saturday, February 21, at 6 p.m. at 205 Main Street in Clinton.
This event supports the work of CASA in aiding abused or neglected children in Anderson, Blount, and Scott counties who come under the protection of the courts. Tickets are $50 per person or $350 for a table of eight. Tickets include food, drinks and entertainment. Tickets may be purchased online at www.casatnh.org, by calling (865) 425-0888, or in person at any of the CASA offices.