The Smith County Heritage Museum will host its annual Donor Reception on Thursday, April 11, 2019, beginning at 5:00 p.m.

The reception will be held inside the Heritage Museum, located at 107 3rd Ave East in Carthage, Tennessee.

This event is a celebration of the museum’s donors, but it is also open to the public. Anyone can attend the reception for a $5 donation on the night of the event.

Refreshments will be served.

Entertainment for the evening will be provided by the Jolly String Quartet. 

Having performed together since the age of seven, The Jolly String Quartet has developed a musical synergy that is rich, expressive and rare.  They are classically-trained, vibrant musicians who incorporate vocals, mandolin, guitar, and piano into their performances, creating a colorful repertoire that extends beyond classical to pop, jazz, folk, gospel, and newgrass.  This combination of skillful musicianship and diversity of styles produces a musical experience that is certain to delight any audience.

The Jolly String Quartet is comprised of the four oldest children of Jeff and Elaine Jolly of Mount Juliet, Tennessee.  They are Viktor, Gorsha, Yara, and Kristina.  All four children were adopted from Russia. 

You can learn more about the Jolly String Quartet by visiting their website.

Don’t miss your chance to support and celebrate the preservation of Smith County’s rich history at the Smith County Heritage Museum’s Donor Reception.