The Nashville Symphony accompanies Michael W. Smith, a contemporary Christian music superstar, who sings the songs that help make the season so special. Bring the whole family for a truly special night. Call 615.687.6400 for ticket information.
It's a Christmas cabaret the whole family will enjoy. The stage is set with gorgeous decorations, creating a spectacular platform for Ginger Newman and Russell Davis as they entertain inside the Grand Salon of Belmont Mansion. In true cabaret style, the show features classic Christmas songs with a duo sure to dazzle. .
Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary is a local nonprofit keeping 160 acres of Brentwood wild and wonderful. Support the cause by joining, ages 9 and up, for the annual Winter Solstice Night Hike. Come early to picnic, then off to the woods for a lesson in naked-eye astronomy and calling in wild owls. Will they answer? No flashlights, please!
Come cheer on the Titans in their last game of the season. Here's a holiday wish that the Titans crush the Colts and move on to the playoffs!
The Franklin Farmer’s Market is a nonprofit providing fresh, locally grown produce to the community. The market offers both organic and conventionally grown produce, flowers, free-range eggs, meat and poultry from within 150 miles of Franklin, so shoppers can be sure they are supporting their local economy as well as their own health and enjoyment.
It's the first Saturday of January, so it must be time for the FirstBank Saturday Art Crawl. More than 1,000 people attend this very popular monthly event with participating venues located along Fifth Avenue of the Arts and in the Historic Arcade, all welcoming the community to experience downtown Nashville as a center for art. NashvilleDowntown.com/events/first-saturday-art-crawl
Got a cool idea for a semicentennial celebration? Good, because your town needs you! Throughout 2019, Brentwood celebrates the 50th anniversary of becoming incorporated as a city. Options include a community parade, a fundraising gala and concerts. The Ad-Hoc 50th Brentwood Anniversary Steering Committee meeting is open to the public, so go share your great ideas for celebrating Brentwood!
Wake up! It's time for the qualifying competitions for the U.S Coffee Championships. Coffee pros from around the country compete to show off their skills as baristas, brewers, roasters and tasters. Winners will represent the USA at the World Championships. CoffeeChamps also features a free cafe and roaster village, vendor marketplace and brewing demonstrations. Volunteers needed! USCoffeeChampionships.org
Willie's coming back to town for one night only for an evening of Life & Songs of an American Outlaw. (The red-headed stranger was busted for pot—shocked! shocked!—in '74 and 2010.) Anyway, at age 85, there will only be about a dozen or so more chances to catch this American icon live. But go now.
Don't just judge the books by their covers; check out their contents, too. It's time once more to support Brentwood Library by buying a few gently used tomes for keeps. The event begins on Jan. 18 and lasts through the weekend. Remember, it's only heavy reading until you get that big bag of books in the car.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a breakfast sponsored by Tennessee AFL-CIO and Central Labor Council of Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. Email email@example.com to rsvp for free tickets and with any allergies or dietary restrictions.
Performed by the talented youth of Act Too Players, 101 Dalmatians KIDS is a fur-raising adventure featuring Cruella De Vil, Disney’s most fashionable villain. With a high-spirited score and lovable characters, this stage adaptation will charm and delight all audiences. FranklinTheatre.com
Hoo are you? If you answered a nature lover with a young child, ages 3 to 5, then go to Owl Hill in Brentwood to explore the natural world through a series of topics lead by an Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary Environmental Educator. Each week has a different focus emphasizing working together through discovery, crafts and journeys outside. OwlsHill.org
Join a herd of runners at the Zoo Run Run! This winter race takes runners and walkers on a 5K adventure throughout the zoo’s property, including areas not available to the public. All proceeds help fund zoo operations, including education programs for children, feeding more than 2,300 animals and keeping the zoo safe and clean for the visitors.