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Evening at Goose Creek Farms benefits Newbern museum

Ron Ireland teaseAn Enchanted Evening at Goose Creek Farms in Pulaski, which will feature a catered dinner and live music in a pastoral setting, is scheduled to benefit the Wilderness Road Regional Museum.

The special evening begins at 6 p.m. July 16 at the extraordinary property situated in the heart of Pulaski County near the historic village of Newbern. Goose Creek Farms, 4588 Hurston Road, features a stunning residence with separate guesthouse and cottage, pool, barns, fenced rolling pastureland, wooded areas and hills. It also offers captivating views of the mountains and valleys.

Goose Creek owner Randy Vaughn is hosting the event in memory of Ann Bolt, who hosted the Hillcrest Garden Dinner and Old Christmas at Hillcrest, both benefiting the museum.

The museum’s signature Cold Harbor dinner, including ham and cold salads, will be catered by Lindy’s Good Foods, and served in a picturesque garden setting under a canopy of trees. For additional fees, guests have the options of a cash wine bar, silent auction and tours of the house, which features more than 6,000 square feet of beautiful art and décor.

Locally renowned singer-songwriter Ron Ireland will provide traditional folk, country, blues and gospel music as guests socialize among the flowers, cool off near the fountain or watch the lively koi pond. Ireland calls his music style “American Clumsy,” with songs that feature “a touch of country, a little blues, a pinch of rockabilly and some old-fashioned finger-picking folk songs.”

Tickets may be pre-purchased at the museum for $30 per person or at the event for $35 per person. All proceeds benefit Wilderness Road Regional Museum, 5240 Wilderness Road, Dublin. The museum can be reached at 674-4835. Hours of operation are 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.



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