Here at Silver Sycamore, we are family. For 15+ years we have been a family owned and operated venue and we welcome our couples, clients and guests as a part of our family. We are proud of what we do and we love sharing those big moments in your life.
We understand how daunting planning an event can be, and we are here to help. Our team’s goal is to help turn the vision of your special event into a reality with ease and to make it a fun journey! Each of our team members brings a unique perspective to each event, and together we make events great.
Get to know each of us a little better below!
Part 1 of the imaginative duo who created this whole place. Jackie is not only the owner, but a true leader in the company. She jumps in when help is needed, whether it be the kitchen or an event. She is supportive and compassionate and pushes us all to set goals, dream big and do better, not just for the company, but for ourselves.
Part 2 of the previously mentioned duo. Gary is your jack of all trades. On a daily basis, you can find him patrolling the grounds, fixing this or that, or mowing the lawn. You can also, often, find him in the kitchen hoping to “taste-test” basically anything he can.
“You’re never too old to have fun, and for me, that’s jumping on the back of a Harley, whenever I get the chance.”
Often referred to as “momma Kim” by the baristas at Sycamore Grounds, Kim is the one who keeps everyone in line. She is in charge of the café and both coffee shops and she keeps it all running smoothly.
“No matter how many times I go to the beach, you can bet I will go on a dolphin cruise.”
By now, you have probably seen Aubrey all over social media and around town. (pun intended) She keeps the community up to date on all events, runs the ever-so-popular holiday market and works hard to get the word out about our wonderful venue. Also, quite a jokester around here.
Community Events Director
Poor guy has to deal with all of us women in the office, but he handles it like a champ. Mostly, by turning his music on. Michael is your guy for all of the public events we put on here. He coordinates festivals, concerts and anything else we can come up with.
“My spirit animal is Kevin when he drops his pot of Chili.”
Chealse is your go-to girl for events. Throughout the planning of your event, she helps you stay on track, gives suggestions for vendors or ideas and is there to help you stay calm to the end. The day of the event, she is right by your side for whatever you may need!
“I wanted to be a trapeze artist in the circus for the longest time.”
Those burgers everyone loves so much and the catering all the guests rave about, yea, that’s thanks to Darlene. She can whip up just about anything you ask her to and it will be delicious, every single time.
Pies, cookies, cakes, scones. There’s nothing MaryAnn can’t make and she does it all with such ease, or at least makes it look that way. We like to pretend like we need to taste-test things to make sure they are good, but we already know they will be.
“Super adorable venue, love the aesthetic and the interior of the saloon is BEAUTIFUL. The owner is a lovely person as well.”
JELLO-O PASTA PRODUCTIONS
“Stayed the night here and had the best experience in one of their tiny homes. The atmosphere makes you feel like you’re traveling back in time. The beautiful garden area and lighting makes you feel so relaxed best place to sit back and enjoy the tranquility around you.”
“Had my wedding here, and it was great. Everything was taken care of, the reception hall was great. Chapel is just beautiful. They truly care about their clients. When my wife’s mother passed a month before our wedding, they were very understand of any delays we had in planning, payment, etc, even going as far as sending flowers to her house.”
“This is a great staycation. It’s cute and cozy. We stayed in the Victorian tulip which is a great tiny home. The cafe is just steps away from your room with a very pleasant breakfast. Highly recommend. We went during the week when it is quite if you go for the weekend they may have weddings being performed and it is probably not as quite.”