lou Nashville is supporting the ACLU of Tennessee in a delicious way with a patio bake sale on June 14.
All of the tasty treats will be $5 and they’re from a plethora of talented folks in Nashville. Goodies will be offered from Lisa Donovan, Julie Saunders of Crumb Nashville, Sierra Cody of lou, Julia Jaksic of Café Roze, Jake Howell of Peninsula, Davis Reese of Joyland & Audrey, Caitlyn Cox of Henrietta Red & The Party Line, Rebekah Turshen of City House, Sean Brock of Joyland & Audrey, Bagelshop, Bryan Lee Weaver of Butcher & RHS, Conny and Johnny Doughnuts, Sarah Gavigan of Otaku, Keshia Hay of SIP N BITE, Brightside Bakeshop, Matthew Rice of Pink Door Cookies, Miss Bessie’s, Audra Guidry of Slow Hands Coffee + Bakeshop, Hattie Janes Creamery and HiFi Cookies.
To keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re only accepting card purchases. A host will screen and limit guests while shopping. There will also be six-foot indicators to remind guests of social distancing while they’re in line. A curbside contactless pickup is available during pre-order.
Pre-orders start on their official website on Friday (June 12). Everything is $5 with proceeds going to the ACLU of Tennessee. If you’re not able to attend the bake sale, find out more about how you can support the ACLU here.