Have a kid or two in a Williamson County public school? If so, remember to find an alternate activity for President's Day.
The Nashville Wine Auction, a local nonprofit raising funds to fight cancer, presents Pairings: Nashville’s Ultimate Wine and Food Weekend. This three-evening event kicks off Thursday with Private Vintner Dinners. Dine with West Coast vintners and local chefs in private homes for a stellar experience. For more information, visit NashvilleWineAuction.com/pairings.
Finish on the Titans' field under the Jumbotron—it's the silver anniversary of the Tom King Classic! Event features a half marathon and 5K run/walk. Each race is out and back over certified and flat courses with the half marathon route taking runners out to Shelby Park and along the paved Shelby Bottoms Greenway.
Need space to stretch? Then take your yoga practice under the Sudekum Planetarium’s 63-foot dome featuring stunning NASA visualizations and 6.5 million stars. Tickets are $22 for non-members and $17 for members. Bring your own mat!
One of the most iconic pop bands of all time, Fleetwood Mac comes to town for a set list that covers their entire history. This is one evening fans will not want to miss!
With practice materials provided, students develop strategies for the ACT along with a review of relevant subject materials such as grammar and math formulas. Students also receive in-depth instruction on approaching these subjects and opportunities to practice applying the strategies they have learned. Space is highly limited. To register, visit BrentwoodTN.gov/departments/library/library-programs.
This free annual concert showcases the magnificent voices of the Nashville Symphony Chorus. Works to be performed include "Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing," Haydn's Te Deum for the Empress Maria Therese and Nashville-based composer Daniel Elder's World Without End. This very special choral showcase also welcomes several vocal ensembles from the community. Contact Schermerhorn Symphony Center for free tickets.
With all proceeds benefiting United Way of William County, the annual Taste of Williamson is an excellent way to support the local and regional community while sampling our area's best food and beverages. Meet chefs, sip a drink, taste local restaurant offerings, and enjoy musical entertainment while strolling from station to station. TasteOfWilliamson.com
Ever wondered what Nashville's best bloody marys would look and taste like if all brought together at the same place and time? Well, join the Saturday Funday Brunch Party of the year and wonder no more. From the Gulch to East Nashville to Franklin, Music City's best bloody marys will be chilling and waiting for you. Benefits Fannie Battle. TheBloodyMaryFest.com/nashville-3-9-19
It's the March Madness version of the monthly improv comedy of the Franklin Improv All-Stars. The hot new group brings short-form improv games and long-form improv scenes to the theater’s historic stage, all based on audience suggestions! Come be a part of the fun. FranklinImprov.com
The Sinatra Legacy pays harmonic homage to the timeless talents of the Rat Pack legend, Frank Sinatra, one of the most popular artists of the 20th century. The Sinatra Legacy features hits from Sinatra’s eclectic variety of best-selling music and medleys sure to take you back to the swooning sounds of Sinatra’s dreamy baritone. Call 615.541.8200 for ticket information.
Enjoying this Brentwood Lifestyle issue about beautiful homes? We hope so Come join us for an evening with RSU Contractors, Ellen Sherwood Design and the Brentwood Lifestyle team! Come by the showroom to see the latest in home design trends. Experts will be on hand to help you with any home renovation questions. The event lasts until 8 p.m.
The annual Nashville Home & Remodeling Expo kicks off for three days. Hundreds of experts and ideas for improving your home's form and function will be found under one roof. For tickets, visit NashvilleHomeAndRemodelingExpo.tix123.com
Voted Nashville's best trail race and sponsored by Jackalope Beer, the Music City Trail Ultra comes in 12K, 25K and 50K options. Fifteen percent of bib fees are donated to Nashville's Habitat for Humanity when "homeforhumans" is entered in the promo code. To register, visit HardwinAdventures.com.
Why whine in the winter when you can Wine in the Winter? Set in downtown Nashville, it's the fourth year of the event and features more than 130 wines, beers and spirits to sample. The event sold out last year, so make sure to get your friends, dress up and come join the fun. Eventbrite.com