At the close of September, we will be hosting a one-day retreat at the beautiful Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Join us Saturday, September 29, 2012, for a day full of crafting, laughter, story-telling, and relaxation as we create DIY projects in Alabama Chanin style.

The Hermitage Hotel opened its doors in September 1910 as Nashville’s first million-dollar hotel. Named after Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage estate, the grounds are rich with history and the building is filled with Southern heritage. The hotel, with rooms once advertised as “fireproof, noise-proof, and dustproof, $2.00 and up,” is now one of the top retreats in the state of Tennessee, has been awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award eight years in a row and the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award five years in a row.

The Hermitage boasts an impressive list of amenities that ensure luxury upon arrival: Italian Frete linens, pillow menus, spa services, and more. Located in the heart of Music City, there are ample sights and activities nearby to fill your trip if you plan an extended stay.

The one-day retreat includes all workshop materials, instruction, and lunch. Our meal will be provided by the hotel’s on-site restaurant, The Capitol Grille. Executive Chef, Farmer Tyler Brown will create a delicious, sustainable meal featuring seasonal organic, heirloom vegetables grown locally at the Farm at Glen Leven.


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