Rambler will host a Hog Roast at the historic Readyville Mill in Readyville, TN on June 29, 2019.
The event begins at 4pm, and will feature an open fire hog roast, sides, and other items
made with products from surrounding farms. There will also be beer and merch from
Tailgate Brewery, live music, outdoor games, educational tours of the mill, and local
producers, vendors, and artisans.
A portion of all ticket sales will be donated to a local food bank. The event is 21+ and ID will be required at the door.
Tickets are available at www.ramblerevents.com.
Rambler’s mission is to educate and entertain the community through events revolving
around topics such as food, health and wellness, food culture, sustainability, and farming.
Focusing on community building and connection, while prioritizing locally-sourced food and producers, each event theme ties together community, education, and cuisine.
About the Readyville Mill
The beautiful, historic Readyville Mill, restaurant and event venue consists of five newly
restored buildings: The Grist Mill, the Granary, the Icehouse, the Miller’s Cabin, and the
Smokehouse, all located on six idyllic acres along the Stones River in Cannon County,
Tennessee. The Mill is a continuing restoration in progress. Historically, mills were the
machines that converted gravity driven water into mechanical power for doing work:
grinding corn and wheat, sawing lumber, and generating electricity. The Readyville Mill has been restored to once again grind corn and wheat using electrical power, and it is open and available to visitors who are interested in seeing how a 19th Century mill works.