Thank you to everyone who joined us for Supper on the Cumberland!

Please join the Cumberland River Compact and our founders October 26th for an unforgettable fall evening overlooking the twinkling lights of Downtown Nashville.  Supper on the Cumberland – formerly our Farm to Fork event – will feature cocktails in our newly opened 5th floor, a seated dinner by Nashville treasure Johnny Haffner in our exclusive Lucius E. Burch III River Center, and a first-look at our new video featuring our fabulous founders.  Music will be provided by Derek Pell. 

20 years ago, the late Shirley Caldwell-Patterson inspired us to join forces with one mission in mind: to enhance the health and enjoyment of the Cumberland River and its tributaries through education, collaboration, and action.  Join us as Berdelle Campbell, Bill Coble, Bill Forrester, and Paul Sloan remember those early years.

Supper on the Cumberland will celebrate the health of our River and the many Compact founders who helped imagine the drinkable, swimmable, and fishable future we now enjoy.

October 26, 2017 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Purchase your tickets now by following the link below or contact Angela Schmidt at 615-837-1151.  Please consider making a gift to support the work of the Cumberland River Compact if you are unable to attend and help us continue to teach, protect and connect people to our River.

Some of the early founders inspired by Shirley Caldwell-Patterson:

Martin and Betty Brown

Andrew and Marianne Byrd

Bill and Jane Coble

Arleen Barnett

Barney and Elena Byrd

Dr. Benjamin and Allyson Byrd

Berdelle Campbell

Dan and Lori Canale

George H. Cate

G.W. Coble

Suzanne J. Dortch

William M.T. Forrester

G. Steven Henry

Jack Hooper

Alan D. Jones

Pete Kopscak

Charles and Ellen Martin

Mrs. Jack C. Massey

David and Libby Patterson

Mack Pritchard

Elizabeth Queener

Sylvia Roberts

Andrew G. Walker

John Noel and Melinda Welton

Jane Copeland Whitson

Kathleen Williams