When we think about the spring season, we think about many things. We think about beautiful blooming flowers and freshly cut grass. About warmer weather, longer days and the beautiful melodies of songbirds back from their winter migrations.
The Middle TN Home & Art Show proudly showcased area home-specific vendors and art pieces from area students. The event took place Feb. 25-26 at Rivergate Mall. Sumner County students of all ages and all schools submitted artwork to be on display throughout the weekend.
A ribbon-cutting was held to celebrate the addition of the new Volunteer Park off Drakes Creek Road to the Hendersonville park system. Brandon Rogers, parks director for the city welcomed Mayor Jamie Clary and guests to the opening.
The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce recently hosted the Women Impacting the Community luncheon at Hampton Inn & Suites on February 3. The chamber recognized Carol Ernst, a woman with a vision and a mission to truly impact our community and change the lives of children through Mary’s Magical Place.
TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center announced the winner of its Name Our Robot Contest. Ryan Daughtry, 12, a resident of Gallatin, named Middle Tennessee’s first daVinci® Xi™ robot “Mia—Minimally Invasive Approach.”
Tom and Barbara Bowers are truly in a family business—in every sense of the word. The couple operates the Hendersonville location of Austin and Bell Funeral Home, which opened its doors in April 2016. Tom grew up around the funeral home business, learning as he worked alongside his uncle in high school. Now, he and his wife are carrying on…
Experience live history interactions at Historic Mansker’s Station and the Bowen House at Moss-Wright Park in Goodlettsville. From farm animals to pottery, there is something for everyone with more than 20 on-site demonstrators conducting hands-on activities for kids and adults. You will truly experience what life was like living on the frontier and on a plantation.
The Hendersonville Farmers Market will begin its ninth season this coming spring. Located at 300 Indian Lake Blvd., the farmers market brings together local vendors in a fun and vibrant atmosphere. Cheryl Puryear, market manager, says the location of the market at The Streets of Indian Lake mall serves as a great location with easy access, parking and other amenities…