The Anderson Heritage 2012 Red, White & Brew is scheduled for Sunday, April 29 from 4 until 8 p.m. at the home of Ms. Caroline Tolbert, 537 Plantation Road, Anderson. This year’s theme is barbecue, tunes and balloons. “Red White & Brew is an excellent way to experience Anderson’s own special blend of southern hospitality, while supporting historic preservation in our community,” said Andrew Stringer, president of Anderson Heritage. “The Anderson Heritage Board encourages everyone to come out and enjoy Big Eddie’s’ uniquely southern barbecue and mouth-watering, one-of-a-kind sauce, Hob Knob’s delectable trimmings and treats, as well as knee-slappin’, toe-stompin’ Bluegrass Tunes. Red White and Brewers will also have the opportunity to peek at Ms. Tolbert’s lovely plantation setting from above the ground in a hot-air balloon. Southern Skies Hot Air Ballooning will offer on-site tethered rides for $10.
In 2011, Anderson Heritage Inc. had the distinct privilege of partnering with the Anderson County Museum in the restoration of Ms. Frierson’s Schoolhouse, Foothills Community Foundation and local leaders in bringing the ‘Spirit of the Doughboy’ back home to W.A. Hudgens American Legion Post 14, as well as assisting the City of Anderson and Foothills Community Foundation with the Cemetery Restoration Project, which is currently underway. These projects are just a few examples of what your contributions have helped accomplish.
For more information about Anderson Heritage, Red White & Brew, Annual Homes for the Holiday Tour, the Gold and Silver Gala, visit www.andersonheritage.org or call Andrew Stringer 864.617.9005.
Advance tickets are $35 and may be purchased at The Kitchen Emporium and Linda’s Flower Shop.