From artisanal goods to regional produce, Wilson offers locally and regionally made products that unite responsible sourcing, exceptional quality and masterful craftsmanship.
White’s Mercantile, owned by singer-songwriter Holly Williams, is a general store for the modern-day tastemaker. Named after her grandparents, Holly personally curates every single item in the store, each carrying a special meaning for her. She adds a personal touch with handwritten notes affixed to selected products describing its meaning to Williams and her family. The Wilson store will serve as a way for locals and visitors to discover unique treasures native to the region.
Wilson's town square features locally-owned Priceless Galleries, Wilson Pharmacy, Wilson Library, Shear Beauty, Gunn’s Supermarket, Farmer's Bank and Trust, and the U.S. Post Office. The Wilson Cafe and Hampson Museum are also conveniently located in the town square near these shopping options. Just across the street is Nashville-based White's Mercantile.
Wilson Gardens uses sustainable gardening practices to grow vegetables, herbs, flowers and other produce to sell locally, to the nearby Wilson Cafe and to restaurants in Memphis. In addition to its CSA program, flowers and house-grown produce for purchase, Wilson Gardens offer other locally-sourced items such as jams and jellies from Blackberry Farms.
An energetic rockabilly pianist, Jason D. Williams puts on a show that you aren’t likely to forget.
Time: 8-10 p.m. CDT
Location: The Grange at Wilson Gardens
Tickets: $45, Purchase Here