The Mayme Carmichael School Organization event, Soul Food Sunday, will take place Sunday, February 12 from noon - 3 pm. at the Tri-County African American Cultural Museum located at 1069 Tri-County Blvd in Oliver Springs.
Choose to dine-in or order your plate to go. Tickets are $20/Adult & $10/Child (ages 4-11). Children 3 and under eat free.
MCSO is an non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the African American heritage, promote education, and support the development of the historical Black School’s location, which is now the Carmichael Park. Funds from the dinner will go toward the Tri-County African American Museum, which will focus on Anderson, Morgan, and Roane County history and culture.
For additional information regarding Soul Food Sunday or MCSO, please feel free to contact Julia Daniel, president of MCSO at 865-789-0846 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1069 Tri-County Blvd. Oliver Springs, TN 37840