Guests who attend the fundraiser—on Friday, Oct. 11—will be treated to a screening of the Southern Foodways Alliance’s latest documentary “Pride and Joy.” Food will be available from Tupelo Honey Cafe.
The event begins at 6:30 p.m. with the film screening at 8 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person or $75 per couple.
All proceeds will directly benefit the Southern Foodways Alliance’s Oral History Initiative.
Tickets are available for purchase here.
The evening will feature a temporary grass park in center walkway of Warehouse Row. A screen will be placed for the viewing of “Pride and Joy.” In addition, cocktails will be served from Tupelo Honey, both of which feature Chattanooga Whiskey. Drinks will be followed by a freshly prepared, Southern-inspired feast. The screening will follow.
According to the alliance’s website, “Pride and Joy” chronicles the lives of dozens of individuals who dedicate their lives to growing, catching, cooking, serving or studying the depth and breadth of Southern food culture.
The alliance aims to inspire appreciation and understanding of the diverse food cultures of the changing American South by sharing the stories behind the Southerners who grow, create and consume food and drink.
Crafted by Southern Hands in an event workshop series featuring makers of fine goods. The popular Billy Reid pop-up store will be be back on Oct. 11 and 12. Past events included an art exhibition with Bradley Gordon, Alabama Chanin BBQ couture dress exhibition, and an August printmaking workshop.
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