At Belle Meade Plantation, we believe that everyday stories are the threads that make the fabric of history. Carriage House Conversations is a lecture series that takes place inside our historic Carriage House, offering stories and conversations with local authors, community leaders, and historians. Most lectures are FREE. For more information, email [email protected].
Unfortunately, our May speaker had to cancel. We are working on a new program for the evening of May 23. Please stay tuned or email [email protected] for more information!
Location: Belle Meade Plantation Carriage House Time: TBD
Free Public Event
Please RSVP if planning to come!
Contact: Brynna Hall – Belle Meade Plantation Education Outreach Coordinator [email protected]
July 25, 2019 – Brian Allison, on crime and murders in Nashville’s history, drawing on research from his two recent books
August 8, 2019 – Mary Ellen Pethel, author of “Athens of the New South: College Life & the Making of Modern Nashville,” on women’s education in the nineteenth century
September 19, 2019 – James Hoobler, on the life and times of Carl and Otto Giers, prominent Nashville photographers of the nineteenth century