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Registration is Now Over
for the Second Annual Walk in the Park
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Marcella Vivrette Smith Park

Thanks to our Sponsors for helping to make this a successful event

In addition to our title sponsor, H. G. Hill Realty Company, other sponsors for "A Walk in the Park 2016" include United Healthcare, The Mick Foundation, H. Michael Hindman Architects, Middle Tennessee Ear, Nose & Throat, Nolensville Market Square, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Southern Oral & Facial Surgery, Nelson Mazda Cool Springs, and Southeast Venture.  Local media and marketing sponsors include Brentwood Home Page, Williamson Herald, YOUR Williamson Magazine, WAKM-AM radio, and Harkins Marketing Advisors.  Hospitality sponsors are Judge Bean’s BBQ, Papa C Pies, Bradley's Creamery, Mid Tn Erosion and Sediment Control, Fitness Together, and Liberty Party Rental. Gift certificates are provided by Mere Bulles and Amerigos.

Volunteer to Help

If you would like to help with next year's event, we will need volunteers for various activities including:
  • Distributing event signs throughout Brentwood area
  • Helping with set-up on the day of event
  • Setting up trail markers
  • Helping direct walkers on park trails
  • Helping with closing on the day of event 

If you are able to help, please let us know by clicking here or on the Volunteer link in the menu bar above and completing the online form.

The online auction for the Ravenswood Mansion painting shown above has ended.  We appreciate your participating in bidding for this painting. The online auction was held in conjunction with the Brentwood Green Space "Walk in the Park" event held at Vivrette Smith Park on October 30, 2016.  
Bidding for the painting ended on November 1, 2016 at 5:00 pm central time. This one-of-a-kind, "Walk in the Park" commemorative painting of Ravenswood Mansion was donated by local Williamson County artist Mike Moyers, who is known for his knife-edge style and brightly hued nature settings.  You may view the winning bid by clicking on the following link:  Painting Auction
All proceeds from the painting, less any costs, will be given to the City of Brentwood by the Citizens for Brentwood Green Space for enhancing Smith Park.

On Sunday, October 30, 2016, the Citizens for Brentwood Green Space hosted the second annual "A Walk in the Park". The non-competitive walk was not a pledge walk, it was not a race. Rather, it was a fun activity you did with a club, with your family, or all by yourself!  It was a Halloween treat for your family and you.

This year's event was held between 1 pm and 5pm. The walk and festivities were open to any individual, family, or team.   And, if you attended last year's successful walk, you would have found that many new activities had been added including a tour of the historic Ravenswood Mansion, childrens' activities, balloon art, regularly scheduled hayrides, live Country-Western Swing music by the Farmer and Adele, food provided by Judge Bean's BBQ and sweet treats by Papa C Pies and Bradley's Creamery, a showcase of cars, and vendor products.  Register as an individual (also add family members under individual) OR as a team.  

The event brings our community together while supporting a terrific cause - Brentwood Green Space! All proceeds minus the cost of the event will go toward amenities and improvements at Marcella Vivrette Smith Park. 

Citizens for Brentwood Green Space, Inc. is a tax deductible 501 (C)(3) Corporation
We appreciate your contribution to promoting green space in Brentwood.  If you wish to make a donation to CBGS, you can donate using your PayPal account, a Credit Card, or by sending us a check.  Click on the donate button below to make your contribution.  We thank you for any amount you can provide.


The Citizens for
Brentwood Green Space

The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space (CBGS) seeks to unite the citizens of Brentwood,TN in support of Brentwood leadership in their quest to manage growth while preserving the quality of life and maintaining low tax rates. Key to meeting that objective is to preserve open space in the form of parks, trails, flood plains and historic sites while being sensitive to the rights of landowners and developers.





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