Make it Cajun happy hour(s) until 9 p.m. on this date. Chef Jason McConnell also brings his favorite flavors off the road to the menu of 55 South.
FXP Fitness hour-long adult classes offer a unique blend of Pilates, barre and yoga-involved moves—all with a hula hoop! The flow of sequences ignites participants' metabolism, tones, sculpts and stretches the body. Class fee is $5 and is held in Meeting Room B.
Weather permitting, the observatory will open for viewing and speaking with astronomers. The format is "open house," so guests may arrive and depart any time during the event. Tickets are $5 each. Organizers suggest this experience is best for those 8 years and older. Main floor exhibits are handicapped accessible, but there are 20 steps up to the Seyfert telescope.
This local farmers market features fresh and local produce, meat, eggs, handmade baked goods, honey, bread and crafts. The event lasts until 7 p.m. on the lawn in front of Mooreland Mansion. This farmers market was launched in June 2018 as a producers-only endeavor.
This Sept. 20-22 festival showcases artisan food, wine, beer and spirits purveyors. There also will be 40 demos and tasting sessions stocked with kitchen secrets. Mingle with chefs, stop at an outdoor barbecue feast, or get books signed by the pros. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or to buy tickets, call 888.512.7469. Visit MusicCityFoodAndWineFestival.com for schedules.
The fifth annual Nashville Brew Festival will feature more than 50 breweries, 150 beers, food trucks and lawn games. General admission begins at 8 p.m., and VIP starts at 7 p.m. The event is 21 and over, and no pets are allowed. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit NashvilleBrewFestival.com.
Legacy Mission Village is a multi-generation, non-denominational Christian mission organization. The financial goal of this annual fundraising banquet is $100,000. Organizers indicate attendees will hear how volunteers and families had an impact on each other's lives. If the $100,000 goal is met, the organization will receive an additional $100,000 in matching grant funds. The event ends at 8:30 p.m.
"Our Roots: Montessori Fundamentals" is the overall theme of this year's two-day conference in Brentwood. The event focuses on innovative education for infants through adolescents. New to this year's conference are add-ons: Abintra Montessori's Farm campus or Emerson Farm. Conference attendees also can stay an extra day and add on assistant's training. Email email@example.com.
Meet first responders, check out fire trucks, and escape a fire in a "burn house." This event goes until 2 p.m. and is hosted by Brentwood city officials and Brentwood Fire & Rescue team members. Organizers say it's a great educational opportunity for the entire family.
More than 700 guests are expected to attend this casual, festive event that celebrates the Harpeth River, the Greater Nashville Region’s State Scenic River. Through auction items, corporate sponsors and ticket sales, River Swing is a rally for clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee. For more information, contact Haylee Hall at 615.585.8400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.