The Hendersonville Performing Arts Company, along with JSto Productions, announce two special nights of “New World Spirituals 1619-2019– A Black History Celebration” to be performed in conjunction with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend! Performances will be held on Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. and Jan. 20 at 9:30 p.m. For more information, call 615.826.6037.
Sumner County NAACP presents a Unity Day March featuring the theme, One Nation, One People, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The march begins at Noon at Gallatin City Hall parking lot and ends at Rucker Stewart Middle School, 350 Hancock Street.
We are proud to invite you to the 7th Sumner County Bridal Show, presented by the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce and EPIC Event Centre! The Sumner County Bridal Show exists to expose, showcase, and support the ever-growing options we have for events and weddings, right here in Sumner County, Tennessee! Brides may pre-register at www.sumnerbridalshow.com. Admission $5.
Godspell is an iconic musical first produced on Broadway in 1971. It broke new ground in its stage treatment of the historical Jesus Christ, and its telling of the Gospel of Matthew. This production will be performed on Jan. 30 and 31 at Vol State by the Actors Point Theatre Company. For more information, call 615.431.9620.
Presented by Spangler Entertainment and held at CenterStage Events in beautiful Gallatin, TN, it will be a fun night of fun! Featuring a professional DJ, high tech lighting, decor, arcade games, photo booth, artists, vendors, and friendly cosplay competition and lots of dancing! For all ages (12 and under must be accompanied by an adult). Tickets $10.
The East Nashville Night Market is a fun outdoor event on the edge of East Nashville. The event offers shopping with local vendors, dinner with Music City's finest food trucks, live music, and beer with a beautiful scenic view of the Nashville skyline. A perfect local outing, Valentine's Day date night, or low-key tourist hang! Free admission and parking.
Join the Middle Tennessee History Coalition and explore the history of metal working and the importance of blacksmithing in early America. Live demonstrations will take place on the Tennessee History Trail at the Cumberland Settlement station. Tickets $5 each.
The 7th Annual Music City Yoga Festival is an annual celebration of yoga, fitness, and wellness in the Nashville area. All proceeds from the event support of Small World Yoga, a Nashville nonprofit inspiring growth, connection, and possibility by increasing access to yoga throughout Middle Tennessee. This event is open to all ages and yoga levels. $50 admission.
Historic Rock Castle invites guests to share in one of the most unique and exclusive events in Music City. Concert guests arrive to the oldest home in Middle Tennessee to participate in an evening of song and story. The event includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, craft beer and white wine. Tickets $50 per person. This event is 21+.
Historic Rock Castle invites guests to share in one of the most unique around, a private concert with the Arcadian Wild. Concert guests arrive to the oldest home in Middle Tennessee to participate in an evening of song and story. The event includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, craft beer and white wine. Tickets $50 per person. This event is 21+.
Grab your camera and join David Duplessis and Ranger Smith for a morning walk through the park! You’ll learn about the basic principles and concepts of nature and wildlife photography while also enjoying the wonderful winter weather! This workshop is designed for beginner photographers. Please bring your DSLR and lenses. Reserve your spot today! Tickets $40.
Adventure Fitness Hendersonville is sponsoring a 2-day UNAA qualifying event at their location of Feb. 22 and 23. Entry fee is $30 and an additional $7.50 per teammate for the tag team run on Sunday. For more information, go to BeFitAF.com/two.
Nashville’s most beloved gardening event returns to The Fairgrounds Nashville in the new Expo Center Building on Feb. 27 through Mar. 1. The Show, whose proceeds benefit over two dozen community organizations, will focus on the changing trends of modern cityscapes, suburban and rural gardens, community initiatives, container and water-wise gardens, organic foods, sustainability, and more. $12 Adults.
Bar Crawl Unlimited is sponsoring the Nashville Mimosa Festival at Alley Taps in Printers Alley on Feb. 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. $25 per person general admission, with a $45 per person VIP package available. This event is for adults 21+.