Spouse Companion Program
Friday, October 28
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM:Welcome Cocktail Party
Registration - Container Bar
Meeting Level 1
6:30 PM- 8:30 PM:Welcome Dinner
Meeting Level 1
Saturday, October 29
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM:Spouse Breakfast
Hotel Side - 3rd Floor
9:30 AM - 10:30 PM:Hatch Show Print at the
Country Music Hall of Fame
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM:Country Music Hall of Fame
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM:Cheekwood Estate
6:30 PM- 8:30 PM:Spouse Dinner
Sunday, October 30
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM:Spouse Eye-Opener Breakfast
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM:Candy Making at
Goo Goo Clusters
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM:Evening Out at
featuring Amy Speace
Monday, October 31
7:00 AM- 8:30 AM:Get Away Breakfast
Grand Ballroom 3
Hatch Show Print (Saturday 9:30 – 10:30 AM)
Hatch Show Print, a working letterpress print shop since 1879, uses its vast collection of vintage type and hand-carved imagery to
create timeless designs that express and commemorate America's evolving cultural identity. Handle the tools of the trade to print your own
keepsake poster in our print shop-within-a-print shop Universal Music Group Space for Design.
Go to Hatch Show Print web site
Country Music Hall of Fame (Saturday 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM)
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, located in downtown Nashville, has been called the "Smithsonian of country music," celebrated for its broad cultural impact, educational mission, and unrivaled collection of historically important artifacts related to country music.
First opened in 1967 on Nashville’s Music Row, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum launched its current downtown location in 2001. In 2014, the Museum unveiled a $100 million expansion that doubled its footprint. The Museum now encompasses 350,000 square feet of exhibition galleries, archival storage, retail stores, and event space.
The Museum experience is home to the Hall of Fame Rotunda, offers world class exhibitions, and so much more—from live music and family activities to tours of Historic RCA Studio B and the iconic Hatch Show Print, a working letterpress print shop since 1879.
Go to Country Music HOF web site
Cheekwood Estate & Gardens (Saturday 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM)
Experience Cheekwood, the 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee fortune in Nashville, Tennessee. Originally built
as the home of Leslie and Mabel Cheek in 1929, Cheekwood is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate.
The Botanical Garden is a spectacular showcase of color and horticultural diversity. With 13 specialty display gardens and stunning
natural landscape, every season offers something new. The Historic Mansion & Museum has Collections of American and Contemporary
Painting and Sculpture along with English and American Decorative Arts.
Go to Cheekwood web site
Dinner at Urban Grub (Saturday 6:15 – 8:30 PM)
At the end of a long, but exciting day, relax at one of Nashville’s finest restaurants. In a City known for putting up platinum food as well
as platinum records, Nashville has a bounty of restaurant options but none as unique, exciting and diverse as Urban Grub.
Stuffy upscale is out…. Ethnic, healthy, casual and pick-up is in which makes Urban Grub the next big star on the Nashville dining scene.
The Menu is a combination of southern traditions with a "flavored up tweak". What once was a little carwash on the corner of 12th and Gilmore
is now a dominating presence in the 12 south District.
Go to Urban Grub web site
Candy Making at the Goo Goo Chocolate Company
(Sunday 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM)
In 1912, in a copper kettle at the Standard Candy Company at Clark & First Avenue in Nashville, TN, America's first combination candy bar was invented. A roundish mound of caramel, marshmallow nougat, fresh roasted peanuts and real milk chocolate; its renegade shape was more difficult to wrap than the conventional rectangular or square shapes of the day. More importantly, this was the first time multiple elements were being mass-produced in a retail confection. Previous to the advent of the Goo Goo Cluster, candy bar manufacturing consisted of bars solely using chocolate, caramel or taffy. The Goo Goo Cluster represented the first time a bar consisted of more than just one principal ingredient. Your Taste of Goo Goo experience includes:
- Tasting + Insider look at the history of Nashville's official candy bar
- Hands-on candy making + chocolate machine experience
- Classic clusters + take home apron
Evening Out at the City Winery
(Sunday 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM)
Step into urban wine country. Our performance venues offer pristine acoustics courtesy of Meyer Sound. City Winery Nashville,
founded in 2008, is a music venue, winery, restaurant, wine bar, and private event space located in the heart of bustling SoBro.
The location evokes the warmth of wine country with modern comfort and convenience, delivering a unique culinary and cultural
experience to urban wine enthusiasts passionate about music. Bus transportation will be provided.
Go to City Winery web site
The evening features a performance by singer-songwriter Amy Speace. Amy is a Nashville-based folk/Americana American singer-songwriter and essayist.
National Public Radio described her voice as "velvety and achy" and compared her to Lucinda Williams. A former Shakespearean actress, her music
has received critical acclaim from The New York Times, NPR, The Sunday London Times, and Mojo Magazine. She has toured extensively in the US, UK and
Europe and has shared the stage with Guy Clark, Judy Collins, Mary Chapin Carpenter and many others. She regularly performs at The Rocky
Mountain Folks Festival and The Kerrville Folk Festival and has appeared at Glastonbury Music Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival. She has
appeared on Mountain Stage Radio 4 times. Amy also works as a songwriter with the non-profit SongwritingWith:Soldiers which helps
veterans process their trauma.
Go to Amy's web site
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