FEBRUARY 25, 2017:
Leland & Gregory grew up in Hendersonville and are returning for the first time with their engaging & entertaining night of comedy. Doors at 7pm. Tickets available online, HERE.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CHRISTMAS TREE ELEGANCE BRINGS THE SPIRIT OF THE HOLIDAYS
TO MONTHAVEN MANSION IN HENDERSONVILLE, TENN.
HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (Oct. 3, 2016) – Christmas is coming early to Sumner County, courtesy of the Hendersonville Arts Council. On Nov. 11, the Council will hold its annual Christmas Tree Elegance fundraiser at Monthaven Mansion. The highlight of this event will be the silent auction of five gorgeous, highly stylized artificial Christmas trees, each decorated by a renowned designer. Proceeds from the auction will benefit arts programming at the Hendersonville Arts Council.
The 7-foot-tall Christmas Trees, donated by the Vickerman Company, will arrive at Monthaven Mansion on Nov. 10, and designers will begin decorating them in the morning. They will have until the afternoon to finish their work. Dignitaries will judge the trees Nov. 11, and they will be auctioned during a festive reception that evening from 6 to 9 p.m. During the reception, visitors can enjoy gourmet delights, wine and cider while listening to performances by pianist Debbie Watts along with the Hendersonville High School Select Choir.
Designers lined up for this year’s Christmas Tree Elegance include:
- Robin Meyer of Robin’s Nest Interiors – Theme Santa’s Workshop
- Lynn Baker – Costume, Jewelry Maker and Designer from Arizona – Theme Southwestern
- GoGo Gourmet Celeste Davidson – Theme Mardi Gras
- Brenda Sevigny- Carter and Designer for Rainbow Child Care – Theme Over the Rainbow
- Dillard’s Tree- Theme Patriotic
The trees will be embellished with gifts donated from the community, including dinners, tickets to events, gift sets, toys, signed books and paintings. Vickerman trees usually retail for around $500. Specialty trees sell for over $1,000. All money raised will benefit arts education and programming in Hendersonville.
The Hendersonville Arts Council operates the historic Monthaven Mansion, located at 1010 Antebellum Circle, Hendersonville, TN 37075. The Council serves as a haven for the arts in Hendersonville and beyond. Throughout the year, the council offers classes and workshops on clay making, painting, songwriting, brewing, glassblowing, film production, and photography, among other things. Art exhibits are displayed in Monthaven’s gallery, and visiting hours are Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monthaven Mansion is also available to rent for tea parties, receptions, showers, corporate team-building classes, and private parties. For more information, visit hendersonvillearts.org or call (615) 822-0789.
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NOVEMBER 19, 2016 – It’s a Tellabration !
10:30am – 12:30pm
Volunteer State Tellers celebrates its annual Tellabration Saturday, November 19th, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm, in historic Monthaven, 1017 Antebellum Circle, Hendersonville.
Featuring Ted Drier, Founder of Children’s Kindness Network, presenting stories with his creation, Moozie the puppet. Ted received the Nashville Public Television, American Graduate Champion Award for his creation of Moozie programs to “stop bullying before it begins.”
Also featuring, family stories, funny & true, presented by: Volunteer State Tellers:
Bonnie Jannasch, Jane G. Marshall, & Shelley Gotterer
+student tellers, Brandon Fontana & Savannah Ivey.
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Hendersonville Arts Council Celebrates National Poetry Month With A Day of Poetry Hendersonville, TN (March 9, 2016)-- The Hendersonville Arts Council presents a celebration of National Poetry Month (April) with a day of poetry, April 16, 2016, 11am-2pm. National Poetry Month was inaugurated in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets to celebrate poetry and to share it everywhere. 2016 is the 20-year anniversary of the inauguration. The Arts Council will sponsor “Poetry at the House,” hosted by poets Henry L. Jones and James Floyd. This open-mic event will feature some of Tennessee's talented poets. Also, at the event there will be a special commemoration for Dr. Harriette Bias-Insignares, Nashville's First Poet Laurette and Ambassador of Letters. Dr. Insignares was a devoted poetand literary advocate. She died in 2015. Music performed by Ernest “Saxman” Newsom and Cornelius Johnson's CJAZZ Band. Join in the celebration April 16, 2016, 11am to 2pm, (Open mic sign-up at 11:30) at historic Monthaven Mansion, 1017 Antebellum Circle, Hendersonville, TN 37075. Food and refreshments will be served for guests. This event is free and open to the public. The Hendersonville Arts Council operates the historic Monthaven Mansion, which serves asa haven for the arts in Hendersonville and beyond. Throughout the year, the council offers Arts After School classes and camps for children and workshops on clay making, painting, songwriting, brewing, glassblowing, film production, and photography. Art exhibits are displayed in Monthaven’s gallery, and visiting hours are Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Historic Monthaven Mansion is also available to rent for birthday parties, tea parties, receptions, showers, corporate team-building classes, and private parties. For more information, visit www.hendersonvillearts.com or call Dan at (615) 822-0789.
PAST EVENTS :
SEPTEMBER 26th 2015
Center Point Wine and Liquors Presents – Hal Newman and the Mystics of Time, who are also celebrating an anniversary in 2015. This year marks a 30 year reunion of the Mystics of Time and they’ll be bringing their energetic blues, boogie, and fun familiar party music to the Monthaven lawn. Hal Newman has scored cuts with artists, ranging from bluesman Lonnie Brooks to country superstar George Strait, to country/pop diva Shania Twain.
Check out their page HERE
OCTOBER 17th 2015
The Friends of the Hendersonville Arts Council will be hosting Pinkhaven – a community and arts even for breast cancer awareness.
We are creating an all-day community event to raise awareness about Breast Cancer, which affects us directly with multiple board members currently going through treatment. This will be an outdoor festival styled event, taking place on the lawn of a historic mansion. Inside the mansion, special attention given to women in treatment with professional massages, adult beverages, and engaging lectures. Outside, the community will be engaging in producing a mural, face painting, crafting stations, and music performances from some of the best Nashville has to offer.
We are seeking donations to help pay for the mural supplies, staging and sound for musicians, the musician guarantees, educational speakers and massages for the women.
AUGUST 11th 2015
Center Point Recording Studio Presents:
Hendersonville Stars Sing for the Arts
A benefit concert for the Hendersonville Arts Council
On the lawn at Monthaven Mansion 6PM – 8PM
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Aaron Wilburn – # 1 Christian Comedian in America as well as a multiple Dove & Grammy Award winner for his songs and recordings.
Jim Black & The Concords – Jim Black is a two time Dove Award winner. Jim sang for the original Chuck Wagon Gang, the former Columbia Records multi-million selling artist. He founded The Concords in 1971 and is reuniting the group for this concert! As MC and baritone singer, Jim is joined by fellow Hendersonville resident and multiple Dove and Grammy award winner Dave Lehman. Dave sings lead and plays the piano. Dave is also co-owner with Black of Center Point Recording Studios in Hendersonville. Rounding out the sound of The Concords is their tenor Wiley Shepard. Wiley has performed with several top name groups and has had a successful solo career, traveling nationally for the last twenty years.
Billy Blackwood – A member of the world famous Blackwood Brothers will sing at the concert. Billy, James Blackwood’s younger son, sings baritone and is a song writer. Billy played drums for J.D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet at the age of 14. He also played for the Blackwood Brothers, Gordon Jensen and Sunrise, and Andrus/Blackwood & Company and toured with Voice, the opening act for the Elvis Presley show. He has traveled in solo ministry and has worked in youth and pastoral ministry. The Blackwood Brothers are Gospel Music Hall of Famers with eight Grammy Awards and 6 Dove Awards.
Ann Downing – Also known as the “Queen of Gospel Music.” She is a legend in the southern gospel world. She and her now deceased husband formed The Downings, one of the earliest Contemporary Christian artists in gospel music. She still performs solo and is a regular on the Bill Gaither “Homecoming Videos” that are so popular.
Center Point Recording Studios and Dreamland Productions
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Friday, December 7th the Hendersonville Arts Council hosted it’s holiday event, “An Evening of Wine and Tapas” at Monthaven Mansion. Special thanks are due to Lynda Shaw of Center Point Wine and Liquors, Tracy Schorp of Best Brands inc., Jim Black, and especially Chef Ray Love and Kathy Lehman for preparing all the wonderful food for the evening.
The Hendersonville Senior Citizen’s Center visited Monthaven November 29th and had a great morning visiting the historic mansion as well as seeing our current art exhibit by the Monthaven Art Society, featuring over 100 paintings by local artists. Just in time for the holidays, they also visited our holiday themed gift shop the “Christmas Corner.”
December 1st, local teacher, musician, and author Debbie Watts was here for a book signing of her book entitled “Wordabulous: Celebrating the Positive Power of Words.” Debbie has kindly donated all her sales for the purchase of additional pianos for the 2013 Music Education Program at the Hendersonville Arts Council. We still have some copies left in our gift shop, so make sure to stop by and pick up a copy and support the Arts Council!
November 2nd, the Arts Council hosted the opening reception for the Monthaven Art Society’s Autumn Exhibit 2012. Our largest exhibition of the year, with over 100 painting throughout the mansion, we had over 150 visitors for the reception.
Thanks to our friends and sponsors at Hallmark Hyundai of Hendersonville, our Summer Concert series 2012 was a huge success.
We had some incredibly talented musicians perform for the community this summer at Monthaven, and we’re already looking forward to next year!
If you weren’t able to see the band perform live at our Summer Concert series, you can watch the concert online
The Jerry Tachoir Group
2012 Summer Concert series
August 19th, 2012 7-9pm