Event Registration

Trails and Trilliums - Wine & Wildflowers 2018
04/14/2018 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM CST


  • $35.00


The always-popular Wine & Wildflowers soirée will be held this year on Saturday evening, April 14th, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at the Monteagle Inn on Main Street in downtown Monteagle. Featuring an outstanding selection of wines and heavy hors d’oeuvres, this fund-raiser, which benefits the work of the Friends on behalf of the Park, will also celebrate the presentation of this year’s Trails & Trilliums Tribute Award, recognizing the work of an organization or individuals who have had a significant beneficial impact on the Park. Tickets are $35 per person; $25 per person for current Friends members.
Waiver Statement:

Should I choose to participate in any of the Wine and Wildflowers-related activities at the Monteagle Inn or other locations (hereafter, collectively, "this event"), I hereby understand and agree to hold harmless and indemnify the Friends of South Cumberland State Park, Inc. (hereafter "the Friends"), their agents and assigns from any liability which may result from my injuring myself or being injured while participating in this event. I further understand that photography and/or video may be recorded at this event by the Friends for their use in documenting this event and promoting this event in the future, and therefore I agree that the Friends of South Cumberland State Park, Inc. may use my likeness, or the likenesses of any members of my party for such purposes, without other limitations, and without compensation for such use.  I understand that, by registering myself or any members of my party for this event, I am extending my understanding and agreement to the foregoing to each member of my party, whether or not such members are specifically named in my registration, and whether or not each member is specifically aware that I have made this agreement as a condition of registration for any portion of this event.

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