Idea: Ashley Ownby
September 8-10, 2017
PLEASE NOTE: There are no plans to make this a yearly trip.
Space available for one couple or two singles to room together.
Tours: Makers Mark, Willetts, Buffalo Trace, Barton’s, Wild Turkey & Jim Beam distilleries. Also Friday night - special after-hours tour of Oscar Getz Whiskey History Museum.
$224 per person: Includes two-night stay the General Nelson Inn, breakfast included, fifteen (15) passenger van (with a designated driver for Friday afternoon and all day Saturday), tour fees for each distillery and for the Oscar Getz Whiskey History Museum.
Group dinner reservations Friday: “The Rickhouse Resturant,” (therickhouse-bardstown.com) and Saturday: “Mammy’s Kitchen” (or your choice if you want to go somewhere else.)
Bardstown was settled in 1780 and was selected as the county seat of Nelson County, then part of Virginia. It is Kentucky's second oldest city.
More than 300 buildings in Nelson County are on the National Register of Historic Places; early 200 of them are in the historic downtown district.
½ DUE AT THE JULY LAKE PARTY $112
BALANCE DUE AT AUGUST MEETING $112
Barb Wise, email@example.com 423-902-6095