Sherwood's Front Porch Celebration
Community dinner with wine pairing | Railroad Street | 6 o’clock | Tickets $60
Cake & Entertainment | Cannery Square | 7 o’clock | Free to the Public
Sherwood’s 125 year celebration is on!
To commemorate Sherwood’s
Quasquicentennial, we are going to have a party! Collaborating with the City, the Historical Society and our local arts groups, Sherwood Main Street will be hosting a ‘first of its kind’ dinner event
and historical celebration in September on Railroad Street.
As ‘Smockville’ was incorporated as the town of Sherwood in 1893, Railroad Street was considered the ‘front porch’ of the community. Along with all the activity associated with a train stop, Railroad Street was the local spot to eat, drink, shop, go to the post office, get a haircut, and especially, gather for good times.
We are going to build on that community spirit and celebrate our Anniversary by holding a Farm-to-Table open air dinner, in the middle of Railroad street! This Front Porch Celebration will be on Thursday, September 13th, with birthday cake and entertainment following the dinner in Cannery Square.
We will use local restaurants and businesses to provide the cuisine, with a menu reflecting a variety of foods from around our area. The street will be adorned with an array of historical displays, and the cloth covered tables will be decorated with Sherwood memorabilia. The dinner is by reservation only, but the cake and events at Cannery Square will be open to the public.
Please join us in celebrating 125 years of achievements with good food, local entertainment, and neighborly company at this special event.