30 Years & Still Cooking! Tuesday, November 8, 2022
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The Thomasville History Center’s election night tradition began in 1993 and 30 years later, we’re still cooking!
First introduced to the History Center by Jasper Davis, the annual event has provided significant funds towards our operations and programs. It began as a fundraising dinner for renovations to the Smith Log House and Kitchen and has grown into a community tradition drawing crowds each Election Night.
For those new to pilau, we pronounce it as “per-loo.” However you pronounce it, it is a savory chicken and rice dish spiced with black pepper and served with crackers, sweet pickles, coleslaw, and dessert.
Eat-In & Music: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Enjoy live music from the Smith Homestead porch featuring the acoustic bluegrass sounds of the Kenny Hill Band from the Big Bend of Florida.
B.Y.O. chairs or picnic blankets & beverages. Limited table seating will be available. You can also enjoy the lounge area provided by our friends at Airstreaming Sounds of the
South, a mobile music discovery airstream and recording studio!