The Hendersonville Farmers Market offers in-season produce including organic and naturally grown fruits and vegetables. Also included at the market are meats like chicken, beef, pork and eggs; baked goods; and health foods. Local artisan and craft vendors will be on-site offering unique items. In addition, the Streets will host a family health and safety fair on this date.
The Old Hickory Lake Sprint Triathlon at Sanders Ferry Park in Hendersonville is a chance to exercise the body and clear the mind. The course features a 400-meter swim in Old Hickory Lake, a fast 20K bike route with views of the lake and a 5K run course. Participants will get a race T-shirt and a finisher’s medal.
Bring your family to Drakes Creek Park and help Hendersonville celebrate our nation's independence. Join us on July 3 for a huge fireworks show, local vendors, food trucks, a kids' zone, live music and so much more!
The annual Gallatin Independence Day celebration will be held at Triple Creek Park on July 4. The celebration will feature music, art, crafts and games for visitors of all ages. The family-friendly event begins at 2 p.m. and concludes after dark with one of the area's largest fireworks shows.
The annual Goodlettsville Independence Day celebration will be held at Moss-Wright Park on July 4 from 4–9 p.m. The celebration will feature a large kids' zone, fireman's foam, face painting, pony rides and food vendors. After dark, the event will conclude with a large fireworks show synchronized with patriotic music.
The Sumner Plays Fine Arts Festival is proud to present William Shakespeare’s Henry V as its inaugural offering of a unique annual summer event held on the banks of Old Hickory Lake at Historic Rock Castle. On July 5 and 6, enjoy world-class Shakespeare at its finest. Admission is $10/adult and $5/child (10 and under).
Come and enjoy a special kids-themed edition of Music on Main featuring children’s entertainer Dre Hilton. Dre Hilton is known for his dancing and electrifying energy on stage. The free show will run from 10–11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 6. In addition to the concert, there will also be food vendors and a special Kids' Zone.
FUN-damental forces is the physics camp where kids discover how and why things work. Come and explore the forces of nature with Mr. Bond and the Science Guys. This fun, educational camp features hands-on learning where kids design, build and test their creations. The five-day camp will run from July 8–12. Camp fees: $270 per child (ages 5–12).
Local classic rock band Tyme will perform a free concert at the Streets of Indian Lake on July 18 from 6–9 p.m. Come hear Tyme perform your favorite rock 'n' roll songs at the all-new grand plaza at the Streets. This event is part of a concert series that will take place each Thursday night during the summer.
July’s Third Thursday on Main concert is headlined by Rockland Road, a local family band that will be playing all of your favorite songs. Downtown merchants, restaurants and bars will be offering food, drink and merchandise. For a great time, bring lawn chairs, family and friends and enjoy the music on the square.
Learn about body snatching in the 18th and 19th centuries as presenters recreate the life of grave robbers and their body snatching at Historic Wynnewood! Carol and Frank Jarboe will explain the tools, techniques and risks of the body snatchers who once provided cadavers for the medical community. Admission: Adults, $5 per person. Children under 12 free.
Camp Mansker is a five-day camp beginning July 22 and ending July 26 from 9 a.m.–noon daily. The camp will provide children ages 8–14 with an exciting and enriching summer experience. Each day will be filled with games, songs, crafts and great learning opportunities! Camp is limited to 20 students at a cost of $75 per student for all five days.