Local Living: 5 Things to Do This Week

1. Seinfeld Trivia

WHAT: Puckett’s Boat House in downtown Franklin has begun hosting a weekly trivia night in partnership with Brain Blast Entertainment every Wednesday from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Each week will alter between themed trivia and general trivia, so event goers can expect to be quizzed on topics ranging from arts and sciences to comic heroes, to the wizarding world of Harry Potter and more.

This week’s theme is all about Seinfeld.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Wednesday, Feb 27, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

WHERE: Puckett’s Boat House, 94 E Main Street, Franklin

2. History Bowl

WHAT: The “Battle of the Minds” Sarah Bayrd American History Bowl returns Thursday, February 28 at 7 p.m. at Brentwood City Hall. Sponsored by the Brentwood Historic Commission, the History Bowl stimulates awareness and a love for American history in young people.

The format provides an exciting, and fun event for area high school students modeled after the television show, ‘Jeopardy’ with a total of four fast-paced rounds. Students must buzz in to answer quickly, but not too quickly. For the final question of the night, teams risk it all to provide the right answer. How they answer and what they wager can be the game changer.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Thursday, Feb 28, 7pm

WHERE: Brentwood City Hall, 5211 Maryland Way, Brentwood

3. Battleground Beats Presents The Blues Dr., Stacy Mitchhart

WHAT: Battleground Beats (Battleground South Cigar Lounge) brings to Columbia, Grammy-nominated blues artist, Stacy Mitchhart. Stacy, the most sought after blues guitarist in the industry, received the ‘Albert King Most Promising Guitarist Award’ at the Blues Foundation’s International Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee. Come witness a true performer as Battleground brings Stacy and his Bourbon Street and BB King’s performance to CITIES in Columbia.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Friday, March 1, 7pm

WHERE: CITIES, 105 E 6th St, Columbia

4. Ringside: A Fight for Kids

WHAT: Ringside is Nashville’s premier charity boxing event, benefiting multiple children’s charities in the Nashville area through the Charley Foundation. It is an action-packed evening of gourmet dining, live national music performances, surprise celebrity guests, an exciting silent auction featuring one-of-a-kind items and the highlight of the evening, 5 “Rumble on the Row” fights sanctioned by USA Boxing. Funds raised through Ringside: A Fight for Kids benefiting the Charley Foundation will provide assistance to disabled and underprivileged children served by medical, recreational and care groups throughout middle Tennessee.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Friday, March 1, 6:30pm

WHERE: The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Rd, Franklin

5. Jenny Gill with Dylan Rockoff at 3rd & Lindsley


WHAT: Nashville native Jenny Gill just released her debut EP, The House Sessions. The daughter of Vince Gill is a proud country music legacy but possesses her own unique style. The House Sessions is a beautiful combination of sultry vocals and soulful melodies. Her strong writing abilities are prevalent on 5 of the 6 tracks, and her groovy rendition of an old classic “The Letter” does not disappoint.

Nashville based singer-songwriter Dylan Rockoff first found success with the release of his debut single Feeling Fine (Fall 2015). Shortly after, the song was featured on NBC’s The Today Show and featured on Pat Monahan’s (Train) SiriusXM show, Train Tracks. His follow up EP, These Old Streets, peaked at no. 8 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Chart and attracted more than 2 million global streams.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Tuesday, Feb 26, 8pm

WHERE: 3rd & Lindsley, 818 3rd Ave S, Nashville

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