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River Swing - Harpeth River Dinner, Dance and Auction fundraiser

  • 1041 Sneed Road West Franklin, TN, 37069 United States (map)

On September 9, 2017, The Harpeth River Watershed Association will host its fourteenth annual RIVER SWING - Dinner, Dance and Auction fundraiser. Cohosted by Christian & Kathryn Currey, this year’s venue will be the beautiful River Circle Farm, the northern Williamson County home of Brownlee & Agneta Currey. 

Approximately 450 guests are expected to attend this casual and festive event which celebrates the Harpeth River – the Greater Nashville Region’s State Scenic River. As part of the Southeast’s unique freshwater river system with one of the most exceptional ecosystems on the planet, the Harpeth is home to an incredible variety of aquatic life. Its 125 miles begins in Eagleville and flows through both rural and developed landscapes before emptying into the Cumberland River near Ashland City. The Harpeth River Watershed includes the main river and nearly 1,000 miles of tributaries that drain an area of land approximately 870 square miles across Rutherford, Williamson, Davidson, Hickman, Dickson and Cheatham Counties. Recreational visitors from near and far are attracted to the Harpeth River, one of Tennessee’s only completely free flowing and designated "Scenic” rivers. 

Through the combination of corporate sponsorships and ticket sales, RIVER SWING is a rally for clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee championed by the people who live here. 

Harpeth River Watershed Association Marketing Statistics: Active Mailing List: 6,900+ eNewsletter Subscribers: 6,000+ Facebook Followers: 2,700+ Twitter Followers: 990+ 

Since its inception, local media coverage of the event has been strong. Please visit to view 2016 party images and press.