Flying High, the Customs House Museum’s 26th annual fundraiser will held on June 6th. Event co-chairs are Mary Luther and Liana Wallace, who have chosen a Spanish theme for the evening. This will be a night rich with dinner, dancing and bid auctions. Hosting the event are Jimmy and Piper Bell, who have graciously opened their home to the museum for its fundraiser.
The evening’s activities will include a silent auction and following the dinner, a live auction with items that include art by Suta Lee and Olen Bryant, a Titans “Weekend for Two,” and a Big Green Egg grill. The signature piece for this year’s auction was created by David Redmond, who is a retired dentist living in the Memphis area with ties to Clarksville. Redmond recently exhibited his watercolors at the Customs House Museum.
Dinner will be provided by Passport Catering of Nashville, with music by Floyd the Barber.
Tickets are $100 for museum members; $150 for non-members. Further information, contact: Linda Maki, 648-5780.