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We Celebrate 32 years on September 26, 2018
September 26, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm$60.00
High Rises & Honky Tonks ~ is a celebration of Downtown Nashville. This event serves as a fundraiser in support of The DISTRICT’S mission and is an incredible opportunity to showcase some of the unique venues that are part of downtown Nashville. Contributions for The DISTRICT help fund community projects such as Holiday Decorations and improvement projects, including The Ryman Alley. The event features destinations where guests meet, mingle, have fun and support a great cause.
Let Nashville know that you choose to make a difference in the core of the historic downtown. Demonstrate your love for The DISTRICT by getting involved. 32-Years and continuing to grow ~ The DISTRICT will host its annual Progressive Party Fundraiser ~ HIGH RISES & HONKY TONKS on Wednesday, September 26th, from 5:30 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
Get in on The DISTRICT’s 32nd Annual Progressive Party Fundraiser with Exclusive Partnership Opportunities to Preserve and Protect The Historic Heartbeat of Music City – The DISTRICT. Your fundraising contribution also serves to elevate community spirit and pride in helping to preserve a very special time and place with an opportunity to show your face and faith in The DISTRICT.
1st stop—HQ Beercade
2nd stop—Ole Red
Final stop—Nashville Underground
Libations, Appetizers, and Live music included in ticket price of $60.00
The DISTRICT’s 32nd Annual Progressive Party in Downtown Nashville; Begins at The 1st Location,
HQ Beercade on Second Avenue South, then we party on down to The Lower Braodway LOCATION, OLE RED…
We will then progress on over to our Last stop, The Nashville UnderGround, where our Silent Auction will be featured…
The 2018 Spirit of the DISTRICT Award Recipient ” Elizabeth Mayhall ”
The award is presented annually to a person or persons who have made a significant commitment to the vitality of Downtown Nashville.
In 1983, Elizabeth Mayhall was drawn like a moth to a flame to 2nd Avenue North. Her introduction to the area was through Historic Nashville’s Market Street Festival and Barbara Kurland’s Goodies Warehouse. Little did she know when she moved to 107 2nd Avenue North that it was the beginning of a life-long passion to help bring those historic buildings back to life.
Elizabeth co-chaired the Market Street Festival for three years and produced the first downtown home tours.
The DISTRICT was formed in the late eighties by the Metro Historical Commission and Historic Nashville, Inc., and began with a three-year grant from MDHA. At the time, Elizabeth served on the boards of both Historic Nashville and the Historic Riverfront organizations.
Elizabeth has been with Regions Financial Corporation (formerly AmSouth Bank) for eighteen years as a Vice President and Senior Trust Advisor. Prior to joining Regions, she worked in the Trust Department of the Third National Bank (now SunTrust).
Elizabeth currently serves as a Commissioner on Nashville’s Metropolitan Historic Zoning Commission, is on the board of the Central Business Improvement District (CBID) and the Nashville Downtown Partnership…
She puts her money where her mouth is by owning and living in a piece of the National Register-listed Cheatham building, know as Church Street Lofts…
This year we are honored to award the Spirt of The DISTRICT to our
“Dedicated Bohemian,” Elizabeth Mayhal
We are Grateful to have such a dedicated and thoughtful advocate standing with us in The DISTRICT.