Top Picks for Happenings in Nashville this June!

There are so many wonderful ways to spend the early days of summer here in Nashville! Here are the events at the top of our list. We’ll see you there!

 

Eat, Drink and Be Merry: June 4th

On June 4th, a group of Nashville’s most revered restaurants will donate a percentage of their sales to The Land Trust of Tennessee, an organization dedicated to keeping farmland protected and our state more green. Nashville continues to have a seat at the table, so to speak, in the national food scene, and this first-time event promotes positive change through food activism. The farm-to-table movement begins at the farm, so protecting the land is paramount to its success. Participating restaurants include: Capitol Grille, Provence Bakery, Rolf & Daughters, Miel, The Mad Platter, Sunset Grille, Burger Up, Sloco, Lockeland Table, Marche, Pharmacy Burger, Porter Road Butchers, The Bloomy Rind, Más Tacos Por Favor, Chago’s Cantina, The Stone Fox, Las Paletas, Pub5, Fat Bottom Brewery, Buttermilk Road Private Supper Club hosted by Arnold’s Country Kitchen, Joe Natural’s Farm & Cafe, Bagel Face, Paradise Park. eatgreentennessee.com

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Chef Tyler Brown of the Capitol Grille in the garden.

 

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Chef Jeremy Barlow of Sloco admires fresh harvested mushrooms.

Movies in the Park: Every Thursday in June

The organizers of movies in the park made a wise decision when they decided to move the event to Elmington Park this year. While I am a huge fan of the past two venues, Centennial Park and Percy Warner, the parking can be confusing and limited. In Elmington Park, parking is much easier. You’ll be able to access parking at West End Middle School since school’s out for the summer in addition to the park’s designated parking and side streets. And, as a ton of families live in the neighborhoods surrounding Elmington Park, the need for a car moot for many. Yeah!

The series kicks off in June and runs every Thursday throughout the month. Movies in the Park is brought to you by the Nashville Scene with the support of the Parks and Recreation Department.

The line-up was recently announced:

  • June 6 – Brave
  • June 13 – Madagascar 3
  • June 20 – Life of Pi
  • June 27 – Pitch Perfect

Pack a cooler and grab blanket or chair for a perfect evening of family fun. www.nowplayingnashville.com

 

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The Nashville International Puppet Festival: June 20-22

In case you are not aware, it’s a huge coup for our city to host a festival of this caliber! The Nashville Public Library hosted Nashville’s first international puppet festival in 2008, which attracted more than 18,000 people. This year’s festival will be even better with a the street surrounding the library transformed into a family-friendly street fair. In addition, the Puppet Festival Parade will wind down Church Street through the Arts District and feature performers with stilts, unicycles, floats, vintage cars and puppets. While the events are free and open to the public, you must reserve your tickets NOW. Click here to reserve.

In addition to the festival, the library will hold two special events in collaboration with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and TPAC. The first event is Thursday, June 20, and will feature the debut performance of Wishing Chair Productions’ String City: Nashville’s Tradition of Music and Puppetry at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. On Saturday, June 22, TPAC will present a performance by world renowned puppeteer Phillip Huber. Known for his work with marionettes in Being John Malkovich and in Disney’s Oz, The Great and Powerful, Huber will perform Suspended Animation. If you’re not a kid, don’t let this deter you. The Puppet Festival appeals to all ages. nashvillepubliclibrary.org/puppetfestival

 

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Nashville Dancin': Thursday Nights Between June 13th – August 1st

For those of you who were saddened when Dancin’ in the District bit the dust, it’s back under a different name and configuration. Nashville Dancin’ is the new version and promises to be tons of fun. It will be held at Riverfront Park most Thursdays between June 13th and August 1st. 

Not only will you be wowed by the music lineup, some of our favorite food trucks will be there–The Grilled Cheeserie, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream and Hoss’ Loaded Burgers. 

You can thank the folks at Dollar General for underwriting this fun event. We’re keeping our fingers crossed for good weather and no rain! For more information and the musical line-up, see: the Nashville Dancin’ website.

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LIGHT: Bruce Munro at Cheekwood: Open now through November

Insiders tell us that the Bruce Munro exhibit at Cheekwood is one of the most impressive events to ever come to Nashville. Not only is it the second-ever North American exhibition, it is simply stunning as you will experience hundreds of mile of glowing optic fiber. The grounds of Cheekwood have been transformed into a dream-like landscape. At the center of the exhibition is the Field of Light, which captivates with a landscape of 20,000 lighted glass spheres, each rising from the ground of a slender stem. We’ve seen this exhibit and truly it will leave you speechless.

Cheekwood is offering extended hours on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings until 11 p.m. to present this grand-scale exhibition in its most stunning state: under the night sky. For more information: click here

 

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Porter Flea Market, AirCraft 2013: June 1

Nashville’s modern handmade market is this weekend! Browse through the workmanship of more than 80 amazing designers and makers who will be joining together on Saturday, June 1st, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Cornelia Fort Airpark (2641 Airpark Dr, Nash TN 37206). Eight of Nashville’s favorite food trucks will on hand throughout this day-long event. Cornelia Fort’s breezy hangars, large open spaces and greenway connections (hello, bike riders!) ensure that this Porter Flea will be the largest and most accessible Porter Flea yet (good news for people who hate to wait in lines!) Looking for the perfect way to kick off summer? Look no further.

Tickets are being sold for the first ever Preview Market, to be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday night, May 31st. Preview Market attendees will get the first chance to buy this summer’s hottest items. Plus, the laid back evening promises ample opportunities to chat with vendors in this more intimate setting while sipping on complimentary craft beer from Fat Bottom Brewing and munching on tasty treats from The Bloomy Rind, Porter Road Butcher, and Sweet Betweens. DJ sets by The Groove and former WRVU DJ Outtheother; and other Preview night surprises. A portion of the night’s ticket proceeds will benefit Friends of Shelby and Rosebank Neighbors. For tickets (and there are only 18 remaining at the publish time of this post) click here. But, if you can’t make the Preview Party, do go to the FREE Saturday Porter Flea! www.porterflea.com

 

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Joint Project 2: June 14 – 16

If you are the type wanting to attend an event that you can talk about to your friends and have them instantly know that you really are the coolest thing that hit this city, well, this is your event. The theme of joint project 2 is 50’s, ‘60s and ‘70s car and motorcycle culture. This pop-up happening is comprised of three days of art, music, food and style.

JP2 features a range of events that are all free and open to the public. In the mix are a pop-up shop featuring vintage T-shirts from LA’s Filth Mart, a motorcycle rally hosted by Andy Mumma of Barista Parlor, a yakitori dinner (Japanese grilled meats served on skewers atop various pickles) from Sarah Gavigan’s Otaku South, and live music from the Nashville-based duo Kings of the F**king Sea (aka Poni Silver of The Ettes and Chet Weise of the Ultras S/C). There will also be a limited edition poster sale commemorating the event, designed by Bryce McCloud of Isle ofPrinting
 
Curated photography will anchor the show, specifically chosen by Susan Sherrick. For this edition, she’s chosen thematic work by local and national photographers including Caroline Allison, Yve Assad, William Claxton, Bruce Davidson, Barry Feinstein, Allen Ginsberg, Mikael Kennedy, Leon Levinstein, Danny Lyon, Jim McGuire, Joel Meyerowitz, Heidi Ross, Phil Stern, Dennis Stock, Scott G. Toepfer, and Joshua Black Wilkins. Also on view in the gallery: a selection of vintage motorcycles on loan from local collectors. The show is open through the weekend, with all the art available for sale. Hosts are Susan Sherrick and Libby Callaway.
 
Friday, June 14
  • Gallery and Filth Mart store, 11 am – 9 p.m.
  • Yakitori dinner by Otaku South, 6 – 9 p.m. 
  • Live music from Kings of the F**king Sea, 8 p.m.
Saturday, June 15
  • Gallery and Filth Mart store, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Gallery talk with curator Susan Sherrick, 11:30 a.m.
  • BP x JP2 car and motorcycle rally, 12 noon – 5 p.m.
Sunday, June 16
  • Gallery and Filth Mart store, 1 – 5 p.m.

 

Location: 516 Hagan Street / Nashville / 37203

 
All events are free and open to the public. Vendors charge individually for food, clothing and art.
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Dennis Stock, Sons of Silence, Colorado, 1971. Courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY

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Click here to check out our Happenings page for even more great events around town! 

 

Can you believe it? All this fun packed into just one month of summer right here in our fair city! We can’t wait!

 

 

Additional Happenings

Oct 24: The Pumpkin Ale Patch

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Start your Halloween festivities early in a yard full of pumpkins with friendly neighbors, season beer, scary movies, fall games and great music at Underground’s 2nd Annual Old-Fashioned Fall Party! This Friday, October 24, from 6 p.m. to midnight The Pumpkin Ale Patch is a pumpkin patch party for grown-ups. Make s’mores, sit around the […]

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Oct 24: Reading Roundup

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Join United Way of Metropolitan Nashville  for an evening of cocktails, food, music and a silent auction! Help local children receive free books through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library of Middle Tennessee. http://www.readingroundup.org/

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Oct 24: Laughter for the Children

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Laughter for the Children, October 24 at OZ Nahsville, is the primary fundraising event for Monroe Harding. This year you can enjoy side show acts from Playing by Air, live and silent auction, drinks, dinner, live band (Almost Famous), and dancing. Country music star, Rodney Atkins will be joining them that evening to share his story about […]

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Sept 21 – Oct 31 Cheekwood Harvest

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Jump into fall during Cheekwood Harvest, September 21 – October 31. Pick your favorite pumpkin from the popular patch or spend an afternoon finding the friendly scarecrows hidden around the Turner Seasons Garden. Experience fun-filled entertainment including: craft demonstrations, puppet truck, pumpkin carving demonstrations and a harvest family concert. Enjoy a fall weekend filled with live […]

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Oct 1-29: East Nashville Farmers Market

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The East Nashville Farmers Market is where you can find the best in locally grown, organic, fresh food raised within a couple hours drive of Nashville, Tennessee. Their farmers are your neighbors who carefully grow the food you love. The East Nashville Market has everything you’re looking for in locally grown food from grass fed meats […]

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Oct 2014: Artober Nashville

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Experience the arts and culture in Nashville during Artober Nahville, a month-long celebration designed to inform, inspire and bring awareness and participation during the month of October. It is held in conjunction with National Arts and Humanities Month, designated by Americans for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and […]

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Oct 17-19 & 23-26: Ghouls at Grassmere

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Nashville’s littlest ghosts, goblins and monsters are invited to don their favorite costume and head to the Zoo for Ghouls at Grassmere. The annual Halloween tradition is back for seven nights of delightfully frightful fun, October 17 – 19 and 23 – 26 from 5 – 9 p.m. each night. Ghouls at Grassmere is a […]

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Oct 23-25: Artclectic

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Nashville’s favorite weekend of art, artists, and art-making! Artclectic packs three days with art for sale by 55 artists in every medium, festive parties Oct. 23 and 24, and a free day on Saturday, October 25 featuring the Scrap Exchange art-making workshop for kids and the pop-up Popclectic market with crafts and artisan foods. Great shopping, […]

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Oct 25: 12 Hours of Terror

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The scariest event of the season is back at the Belcourt! Are you stout of heart? Strong of stomach? Sturdy of butt? There is no hairier, scarier place to be than the Belcourt’s dark-to-dawn marathon of monsters, menace and mayhem! 12 hours and seven terrifying shows will test your nerves, starting with Shaun of the Dead and ending […]

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Oct 25: Music City Bacon and Barrel Festival

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Join the Nashville Farmers’ Market as they celebrate two commonly appreciated southern traditions: hearty food & distilled spirits. They will bring together 25 of Nashville’s best restaurants and a vast array of distilled spirits brand to savor a weekend of bacon, bbq and all the good things that come from old oak barrels. Enjoy healthy portions of your […]

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Oct 25: Pok Pok dinner at Pop Nashville

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Oct 25: Once in a Blue Moon

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Join the Land Trust of Tennessee for a memorable evening full of bluegrass, bonfires, starry skies and friends at Glen Leven Farm. This Preservation Celebration is a sophisticated shindig (but wear your boots and jeans!) hosted on a gorgeous 65-acre farm, which is perfect for the celebration of Nashville’s natural beauty and historic landscapes. Cocktails begin […]

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Oct 25: Bon Appétit Grub Crawl in Music City

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Oct 25: Pumpkinfest

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Through Oct 25: Tinney Contemporary Presents Mapping Out the Matrix

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Tinney Contemporary is pleased to present Mapping Out the Matrix, a two-person exhibition featuring new work by Carol Prusa and Sky Kim. Prusa’s new three-dimensional pieces consist of acrylic hemispheres ranging from bowl-sized to three feet in diameter, articulated with silverpoint drawing and graphite on the convex illuminated surfaces, punctuated by patterns of light. Inspired […]

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Oct 25: Hauntings at The Hermitage

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On Saturday, October 25, The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, will host the 14th annual Hauntings at The Hermitage. Families can celebrate Halloween with hay-rides, ghost tours in the mansion, trick-or-treating, potion making, and pumpkin decorating, plus there will be food and music for children of all ages. This year’s event is divided into […]

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Oct 25: Once in A Bluemoon

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The Land Trust for Tennessee is celebrating 15 years and 100,000 acres of land protection across the state of Tennessee. This year they head back to Glen Leven Farm with their extended friends and family to look back at all of our successes and forward to exciting projects on the horizon. Join them for a sophisticated shindig full […]

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October 25: Pumpkin Fest

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Oct 27: Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents “Wind Serenades”

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Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents “Wind Serenades” Monday, October 27, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Downtown Presbyterian Church 154 5th Avenue North, Nashville TN Alec Wilder – Serenade for Winds Georges Enescu – Dixtuor, op. 14 Antonín Dvořák – Serenade in D minor, Op. 44 Enescu and Dvořák capture the quintessential folk spirit of their native Romania […]

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Oct 28: 2014 Harpeth Hall Symposium

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The 2014 Harpeth Hall Symposium will feature Ana Homayoun, a speaker and educator whose work expands awareness of the teenage student’s experience in today’s technology-driven environment. In her talks with both students and parents, Ana explains why the “Culture of Perfectionism” is more prevalent than ever before and what we can do to build awareness, […]

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Oct 28: Halloween Movie Night: Phantom of the Opera

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Oct 31: A Nightmare on MStreet

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Oct 31: Salemtown Halloween Block Party

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Oct 31: Acme’s Haunted House Party

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Through Nov 8: Mary Addison Hackett, “crazy eyes,” at David Lusk Gallery Nashville

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Nov 1: Swing Dancing at The Standard

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In the swanky surrounds of Nashville’s oldest private club, The Standard, you are invited to join the city’s dancers and be transported back to the Jazz-age while dancing to the live music of The Gnarly Parkers! Included in the $15 cover, two of Nashville’s most influential dance instructors will give you a beginner swing lesson […]

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Nov 1: The 31st Annual Harvest Moon Ball

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An evening of amazing culinary creations, art and entertainment! The 31st Annual Harvest Moon Ball will take place on Saturday, November 1 at War Memorial Auditorium. Please join them for a festive evening of signature cocktails, fine wines and a delectable menu. This year, the event will be transformed by special guest artist and musician Ray Stephenson, […]

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Nov 1: El Día de los Muertos at Cheekwood

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The popular Latin American family celebration, El Día de los Muertos, will be held at Cheekwood on Saturday, November 1with activities including live performances, an international marketplace, and interactive art activities for everyone. Now in its fifteenth year at Cheekwood, the day-long celebration is a premiere community event for Nashville’s Hispanic population as well as […]

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Nov 2: Sunday in the Park

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Elegant, tented luncheon in the heart of Edwin Warner Park. 2014 Marks the 25th year of this beloved fall tradition. Since 1990, this tradition has brought park patrons together for an elegant, tented luncheon among Edwin Warner Park’s rolling hills and grand trees. Funds raised will support Friends of Warner Parks programs and preservation efforts. http://www.friendsofwarnerparks.com

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Nov 6: An Evening with Ridley Wills

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Nov 6: Girls on the Run Fall Fundraising Dinner

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Nov 7: An Evening with Friends at The Loveless Barn

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Featuring Nashville-style entertainment, a live and silent auction and dinner provided by The Loveless Cafe, An Evening With Friends is a casual night out at The Loveless Barn to support Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Tickets ar $75/person. The event is co-chaired by Paige Hill and Kelli Myers and is coordinated through the […]

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Nov 7: Royal Flush

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The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America’s Tennessee Chapter will host its inaugural Royal Flush casino night onFriday, November 7 at the posh private club Citizen in Nashville. Try your luck at blackjack, craps, roulette or bid on a silent auction item to benefit research, education and support for the 30,000 Tennesseans who suffer from […]

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Nov 8-9: Vijay Iyer at Oz Arts Nashville

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Nov 8: Grand Opening of The Bell Tower

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Infinity Events and Catering and singer-songwriter Brett James present the opening of The Bell Tower, a 140-year-old church transformed into downtown Nashville’s premier event and concert venue. They invite you to join them on November 8 for cocktails, including a look into The Tasting Room, chef selected menu items, entertainment by The Decadence, and a first look at […]

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Nov 8: Linden Waldorf School’s 18th Annual Elves’ Faire

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All are welcome to Linden Waldorf School’s 18th annual Elves’ Faire, an enchanting outdoor festival for families featuring hands-on natural craft-making, storytelling, jump rope winding, archery, global music and dance, talented local artisans and much more. Saturday, November 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 3201 Hillsboro Pike. Visi twww.lindenwaldorf.org for more information.

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Nov 10: Shatterproof Challenge at the Omni Nashville Hotel

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Nov 11: Anne Byrn Saves the Day! Cookbook Signing

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Join Anne Byrn, bestselling author of The Cake Mix Doctor and The Dinner Doctor, for a talk and tasting while she signs copies of her new cookbook. The Anne Byrn Saves the Day! Cookbook is guaranteed to rescue you from the mealtime rut!  November 11, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Parnassus Books (3900 Hillsboro Pike). http://www.cakemixdoctor.com  

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Nov 13: Hats Off to High Hopes

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Hats Off to High Hopes is a night of celebration raising money for High Hopes Development Center in Franklin, Tennessee, which serves children with special needs through the Inclusive Preschool and the Pediatric Therapy Clinic. The event includes a dinner, wine, silent auction, and songwriters night on November 13, 2014 at The Rosewall in Nashville. […]

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Nov 13: Champagne and Chardonnay

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Champagne and Chardonnay: A Sparkling Evening Just for Ladies Champagne and Chardonnay, presented by Nashville Wine Auction, is a chic cocktail party where ladies gather to share their support and bid in a sparkling auction filled with wine and luxury items, all to benefit cancer charities in Middle Tennessee. Hosted at the home of Sylvia […]

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Nov 16: American Cancer Society’s Brunch Bash

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Join the American Cancer Society’s Brunch Bash on November 16 for a great day! Great food, live music, numerous restaurant vendors offering samples of your brunch favorites, fun and games and much more, provide for this event to be one of a kind. And as they come together to party for a cause, the American Cancer […]

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Nov 20: Levy’s Private Event to Benefit Saddle Up!

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Levy’s will host a private event featuring brands: • Robert Graham • Borgo 28 • Elizabeth Irvine Jewelry • Hook + Albert • Yoana Baraschi • Agave – men & women • Brightly Twisted – women only A portion of sales will benefit Saddle Up!. Light food, wine and beer will be provided including samplings […]

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Nov 22: An Evening with Debbi Morgan

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The Nashville community of civic and business leaders and special guests are invited to enjoy a premiere evening of power, passion and purpose provided by Hollywood and television star Debbi Morgan, perhaps best known for her Emmy-winning performance of Dr. Angela Hubbard (Angie) on All My Children and her role as Mozelle Batiste Delacroix in […]

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Nov 25: Poet’s Corner at Scarritt Bennett Center

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Poet’s Corner at Scarritt Bennett, a monthly poetry reading, will feature Tom Lombardo on Thursday, November 25 from 7 – 8 p.m. in the Fondren Building at the Scarritt Bennett Center. Free and open to the public. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/events/679319245446882

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Dec 5-7: The Garden and Gun Jubilee!

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We are going to the Garden & Gun Magazine Jubilee! Anyone else want to come? Check out the event here for info and tickets. Dates are Dec 5-7th in Charleston, SC. Spend some time doing something for yourself before the month of Decemeber gets into full swing. We are SO excited to go; join us! http://bluepr.in/1vi4jai

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