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Pining for Hospitality: A Mitchell House Inspired Supper




6 - 9pm

**Please Note date change from October 13th to October 27th.

We invite you to partake in a Resort Era-inspired supper among friends in celebration of the work of the Thomasville History Center!

Two years ago we “solved” the mystery of the Piney Woods Hotel Fire, and this year we are imagining the opening of another “season” at the Mitchell House Hotel.

We’ve scoured our archives for menu inspirations from Mitchell House menus and we will emulate the atmosphere of elegance and respite that the Northern and Midwestern “pleasure seekers” experienced on their visits to Thomasville.

Sponsorship support is integral to the success of this event. Our Sponsor list is comprised of individuals, couples, and local businesses. Last year, we had a record number of Sponsors and hope to reach that goal again this year!

To participate in Pining for Hospitality as a Sponsor, please complete and return the Sponsor Information Form ( link ) and your payment to the History Center by email or mail by August 31, 2018.

To return by email:

The form is a fillable pdf; download, complete the required fields, save, and attach the form to an email to ( ). Sponsorships can be purchased online using the link below!To return by mail:

Thomasville History Center, PO Box 1922, Thomasville, GA 31799

Proceeds from this event support the ongoing programs and operations of the Thomasville History Center.

The Thomasville History Center is located in the historic 1923 Flowers-Roberts House at 725 North Dawson Street in Thomasville, Georgia. The main building contains numerous exhibits that feature the documents, photos, and three-dimensional artifacts that provide the material evidence of Thomas County’s past. Researchers are invited to make an appointment to make use of the archives. The History Center property also features seven historic structures including an 1870 log house and an 1896 bowling alley that help to share the history of Thomas County.

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