Herb Day 2019

  • September 07, 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Massey Auditorium: Botanic Hall, Cheekwood

Herbal Edibles 

Herb Day 2019 presented by the Herb Society of Nashville, Massey Auditorium, Botanic Hall, Cheekwood 

Saturday, September 7, 2019  8:30 am – 3:30 pm 

 register online with credit card or PayPal at www.herbsocietynashville.org 

Presentations and offerings: 

Chef Terra Ciotta will demonstrate the use of herbs in India. 

Kevin Alexandroni will demonstrate how to use the flavors and aromas of the Middle East. 

Michelle and Suzanne Rousseau, Jamaican sisters, will show guests how to bring Caribbean flavors to your dinner table. 

Included in the registration cost is a sumptuous breakfast buffet, a box lunch, and a wide variety of vendors with interesting products. 

Registration: 

Registrant (Please print) 

Last name____________________________First name _____________________________ 

Phone________________________________e-mail_________________________________ 

Additional Guests (add more lines as needed): 

Last name_____________________________First name_____________________________ Phone_________________________________e-mail_________________________________ 

Early Bird Registration $50/person (postmarked through 8/15)_____ persons $_________ 

Registration postmarked after 8/15 ($60/person) _____ persons $_________ 

Tax-deductible contribution to “Herb Society of Nashville” $_________ 

(Your contribution helps support our community outreach programs) Total: $_________ 

Courtesy of Cheekwood, registered Herb Day attendees pay no admission or parking fee (normally $20 per adult and $5 per car) 

Seating is limited. Register early. Registration closes August 30. 

Receipt of payment confirms your reservation; you will be notified via email. 

Questions? Contact Suzanne Biggers (615-243-9905, sabiggers3022@comcast.net), 


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