Brian Allison, historic consultant and author of Notorious Nashville: Scoundrels, Rogues & Outlaws, will offer a talk on 19th-century pistol duels on the grounds of Historic Wynnewood. Along with the presentation, there will also be authentic dueling demonstrations. Tours of the Wynnewood log house will be offered 1-5 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children.
The Secret Life of Pets is a favorite family-friendly movie, and it is playing in Tennessee’s oldest movie theater, The Palace Theatre in Gallatin! Bring the family for a memorable movie night! Admission costs $3.
Hendersonville First United Methodist Church women host their 29th Annual Holiday Craft Show and Bake Sale. More than 80 booths with handcrafted items including jewelry, fine art, ladies and kids clothes, and home and seasonal décor. There will be "Freezer Pleezers," special crafts just for kids, lunch items and a silent auction. Proceeds will fund mission programs for area organizations.
Wines and brews are the stars of the show at the Sumner County Wine and Brew Festival in Hendersonville! This exciting upscale festival will be held at the Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club. The festival will feature a superb selection of wines, beers, tastings from restaurants and live entertainment. Tickets cost $80-$100.
Plan to visit beautiful Sumner County for the 2019 Studio Tour. Visitors may start at any studio location, and each studio will have brochures with maps available. This year, there are 11 studios and more than 30 talented artists and artisans participating. This event is just in time for holiday shopping and offers many unique gift ideas. Admission is free.
In celebration of Sumner County's rich music history, bring out the whole family to the backyard of the Douglass-Clark House for the Backyard Bluegrass Bash! It’s an afternoon filled with amazing live music, delicious food, vendor shopping, dancing and some of the best bluegrass music around. Admission is free, and activities last from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Newcomers and Community Club of Sumner County will host its annual Garlands and Glitter Fashion Show with Dillard’s Department Store. Enjoy an evening of fashion and fun at the annual fashion show with live entertainment by Cherish Lee and the best of today’s fashions! Lelan Statom will emcee. Tickets cost $60 each, including dinner. Table sponsorships for $1,000 are available.
The Holiday Tinsel and Treasures "Shop Local" Weekend has been a Gallatin tradition for almost 50 years. Local retail merchants open their doors the second weekend in November every year to shoppers, allowing them the chance to start their Christmas shopping early. This tradition continues this year on Saturday, Nov. 9 and Sunday, Nov. 10!
Join BriarScratch Brewing for a crisp and malty night on the town as they toast their rich fall brew on the Gallatin Square. Wear flannel garb and join the pub crawl. Come out and support local seasonal beer, live music and fun at Gallatin’s unique downtown eateries! Admission is free; guests must be 21-plus and have a valid ID.
The annual Hendersonville Veterans Day Parade will be held on Main Street near Memorial Park Nov. 10. The parade will feature numerous floats, marching bands, clowns and other participants who will be honoring our country's military veterans. The parade will take place 2-4 p.m.
All proceeds from this event will be used for the annual “Shop with a Cop.” Children from economically struggling families are paired with Gallatin police and firefighters and Sumner County EMA and sheriffs so that they can go Christmas shopping at our local Walmart. The cost is $400 per team. Contact Kay Gregory at 615.527.7212 or KGregory@gallatinpd.org.
Join this rich network of women business owners and professionals for a luncheon networking meeting. The meeting will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hendersonville Public Library. A catered lunch will be provided. The cost for chamber members is $15, and for nonmembers, it is $20.
Remember the Titans is playing in Tennessee’s oldest movie theatre, The Palace Theatre. Guests love watching classic favorites on the big screen! Join the audience for a showing of the 2000s Remember the Titans, the true story of a newly appointed African-American coach and his high school team on their first season as a racially integrated unit. Admission is $3.
Come join hundreds of runners and walkers of all ages for a five-mile and 5K Family event at The Streets of Indian Lake. The Five-Miler is a competitive race with timing and awards. The 5K is a non-competitive family fun run and walk. On-site registration is at 8 a.m. All proceeds will benefit COMPASS.