Imagine a cozy restaurant, filled with the sights and sounds of the coast. Spicy aromas fill the air, drawing you and your guests into a world of seafood delight. As you nibble a bit of succulent crab and wash it down with a cold brew, you gaze out of a window to catch a view of the high tide rolling…
Food, Glorious Food… Are you hungry, Hendersonville? We’re sure you will be when you read—or should we say, devour—this issue, the most drool-worthy one of the year, the Foodie issue! We spent the last few months scouring the streets in search of the most delicious bites our area has to offer, and we found more … Continued
Vol State Expanding Your Horizons Science Event Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a one-day conference that helps girls in grades five-nine develop a passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Hands-on workshops will be held in chemistry, biology, math, health sciences, information technology and engineering. It will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. … Continued
Local classic rock band Tyme performed before a large crowd at the Streets of Indian Lake on July 18. The event was held as part of the annual Summer Concert Series that occurs every Thursday night throughout the summer.
The Hendersonville Endurance Athletic Team (HEAT) held its 15th annual Kids Triathlon at the Sumner County Family YMCA on Saturday morning, Aug. 3. The swim, bike and run event drew more than 150 competitors, ranging from ages 6 to 15. Children competed in two separate divisions—junior, for ages 6 through 10, and senior, for ages 11 … Continued
The second annual Sumner Fest was held at Sanders Ferry Park on Saturday, Aug. 10. Hosted by the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Hendersonville Department of Parks and Recreation, Sumner Fest featured an evening filled with hot air balloons, music, food, drink and fun. The popular event attracted thousands of visitors from across Middle Tennessee.
Hendersonville has long been known for many things, including its parks and its proximity to Old Hickory Lake. It is also famous for being the home of many famous country music legends, including the late Johnny and June Carter Cash.