Local Living: 5 Things to Do This Week

1. Uncorked at Puckett’s Boat House

WHAT: Uncorked at Puckett’s Boat House is back for the season, and this time they’re celebrating with a Summer Soirée! Enjoy select seafood delicacies, fresh garden vegetables and savory, smoked meat, each carefully paired with a classy summer wine. From the light rosé to the crisp sauvignon blanc, each guest is sure to enjoy sipping a favorite flavor while also trying something new. Not only will participants wine and dine through this delectable four-course meal, but they will leave with valuable insight from brand sommelier, Jenn McCarthy, who will share her expertise on the culture and craft behind the pairings. See the “Uncorked – Summer Soirée” menu below and purchase your tickets today!

Murietta Well (Dry Rosé)
Paired with scallops caprese ~ Seared sea scallops with fresh mozzarella, heirloom tomato and basil-balsamic vinegar

Alexander Valley (Sauvignon Blanc)
Paired with zucchini crudo ~ Marinated zucchini and carrot with Meyer lemon and smoked sea salt

Sharecropper’s (Pinot Noir)
Paired with poached salmon, topped with caramelized onion, orange, fennel and chili flakes

Steele (Zinfandel)
Paired with smoked pork belly with charred cebollitas, pickled cherries and marinated kale

WHEN: Tuesday, July 31, 6pm-8pm

WHERE: Puckett’s Boat House, 94 East Main St, Franklin

2. Mixology Mingle: Create Cocktails with Friends

WHAT: Love to drink? Love to entertain? Love to learn the details about your favorite spirits? Join Dabble Studios to discover the secrets of making delicious and impressive cocktails right in your very own home. The class with talk through the basics, plus a few fun ones! To get you excited, here are a few spirits you’ll be sure to have mastered by the time you leave this hands-on mixology class: tequila, gin, bourbon…and rum!

Learn more here.

WHEN: Fri, Aug 3, 6pm

WHERE: Dabble Studio, 330 Harrison St, Nashville

3. Williamson County Fair

Williamson County Fair

WHAT: The Williamson County Fair has been recognized among the best anywhere by its peers at the state and international levels, with last year’s event receiving a total of 16 awards from the Tennessee Association of Fairs and the International Association of Fairs and Expos.The festivities kick off Aug 3rd and runs through the 11th at the Ag Expo Center, 4215 Long Ln in Franklin.

The Fair includes exhibits, educational areas, livestock shows, attractions for kids of all ages, shows and competitive events.

Admission to the fair:

Adults: $7 at the gate
Children ages 6 – 12: $4 at the gate
Children ages 5 and under are free
*All stage shows and attractions are FREE with admission! Midway ride tickets sold separately!

Learn more about the Williamson County Fair here.

WHEN: Begins Friday, Aug 3, 6pm-10pm

WHERE: Williamson County Ag Expo Park, 4215 Long Lane, Franklin

4. Nolensville Farmer’s Market Farm to Table Dinner

WHAT: Chef Brandon Hardin will prepare a seated, family-style meal featuring ingredients from your favorite Nolensville Farmer’s Market vendors. Set on the hillside at the Nolensville Lavender Farm, you can expect to enjoy a gorgeous sunset, great company and even better food.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Friday, Aug 3, 6pm-8pm

WHERE: Nolensville Farmer’s Market, 7248 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville

5. Muscadine Fives in The Whiskey Room

WHAT:The Whiskey Room Live (at Kings Bowl Cool Springs) presents Muscadine Fives, a New Orleans-inspired Jazz and Jump Blues band, playing new songs with an old twist.

Tickets are $5 cash at the door or available online with credit/debit card.

Full Bar and Snack Menu available.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Friday, Aug 3, 7pm

WHERE: Kings Bowl, 1910 Galleria Blvd, Franklin