Summer is winding down, but that doesn’t mean you have to! Elizabethtown has got what you need for a memorable, bucket-list checking conclusion to the sunny season. Make memories to last a lifetime grooving to live music or exploring new horizons, here’s our list of things you need to have on your Summer 2023 Bucket List:
- Take in the nice weather with a comfort meal at Back Home
- Vibe to the music at the Lawn Party at the Bandstand
- Meet historic characters and explore the history of downtown Etown
- Stop in for a brew at Tavern in the Garden
- Explore watersports and kayak at Freeman Lake
Though summer is coming to a close, the fun in Elizabethtown never stops! Don't forget to include us in your Summer 2023 Bucket List fun with #touretown!
Enjoy the sunny season and all summer has to offer with a meal on the pavilion at Back Home Restaurant. You’ll feel right at home sipping on a sweet tea and enjoying an order of fried green tomatoes, or maybe you’d like to keep it fresh with the bleu cheese cranberry salad. Don’t forget to head upstairs to O’Neal’s for boutique stylings on your way out!
Lawn Party at the Bandstand
Party it up at the free summer concert series at the Freeman Lake Park bandstand! The Lawn Party at the Bandstand will feature performers Matt McDougal and D. Boone Pittman August 9th at 6 PM. Alcoholic beverages and food will be available for purchase; all you need to bring is a lawn chair or blanket!
The Charles W. Logsdon Historic Downtown Elizabethtown Walking Tour has been a local and visitor favorite event for years, which is why you need to add it to your bucket list! Explore the history of our beloved city and meet the colorful characters who strolled the streets of Etown past. Start your tour under the cannonball in the public square every Thursday until September 28th at 7 PM.
The garden of the Brown-Pusey House comes to life every Thursday night with Tavern in the Garden! Invite your friends and enjoy a perfect summer night of live music, a cash bar, and relaxing summer evening made for the memory books. Stop by after the walking tour or hang out all night!