Darling Dinner - Nashville, TN
Nashville, we’re coming to you! Join Darling and Thistle Farms for a beautiful “Darling Dinner” at The Cafe at Thistle Farms. Enjoy a delicious meal, bespoke cocktails and wine by Winc. A curated discussion will be hosted by Darling Founder Sarah Dubbeldam and Thistle Farms Founder Becca Stevens.
Date: April 23, 2019 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Location: The Café at Thistle Farms, 5122 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37209
Also, 15% of Darling ticket sales will go toward Thistle Farms, a non-profit of women who have survived prostitution, trafficking and addiction. The community provides long-term housing, healthcare, and therapy, without charging residents, and provides survivors employment through its Body & Home line, The Café of Thistle Farms, and a Global Market.
***Vegetarian options will be served but The Cafe at Thistle Farms is unable to accommodate gluten-free and vegan diets due to the fixed nature of their menu.
With the days getting longer and the weather getting warmer, there is no better time to have a curated conversation around the theme of “Light,” exploring the light we each hold and what it looks like for us to light the way for those around us. Darling x Thistle Farms will provide a special candle, handmade by the women of Thistle Farms for each attendee to take home as a gift. Plus, it’s Nashville, so there will be live music too!
About Becca Stevens
Becca Stevens is an author, speaker, priest, and justice advocate. In 1997, Becca opened one home for five women survivors from the streets to offer them a loving community for healing. Today Thistle Farms has grown into a national network of organizations and global partners. Stevens has started seven justice social enterprises across the globe to improve the lives of women through the power of love and community.
About Sarah Dubbeldam
Sarah Dubbeldam is passionate about helping women thrive. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Concordia University, which led her to work in the film and modeling industries. In this space she found her passion to broaden the ideals of “beauty” through cultural messaging and founded Darling Media. Sarah is now a cultural thought leader and speaks nationally on the movement of Darling.
Image Credits: Interior: Elizabeth Mountz; Café: Peggy Napier; Becca, Erica Baker