Local Living: 5 Things to Do This Week

1. Acoustic Storytime

acoustic storytime june

WHAT: Enjoy live music and stories as Jason Gray hosts the monthly series Acoustic Storytime, featuring Stars Go Dim, Alisa Turner, and Jamie Kimmett

Learn more here.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 25, 7pm-10pm

WHERE: The Well Coffeehouse, 690 Old Hickory Blvd, Brentwood

2. Spaced Out Coloring for Adults

spaced out coloring

WHAT: De-stress with adult coloring with a calming atmosphere of quiet while coloring in your own space-themed book.

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WHEN: Tuesday, June 25, 6pm-7pm

WHERE: Nolensville Library, 915 Oldham Dr, Nolensville

3. Movie in the Park – “Small Foot”

Movie in the Park Small Foot

WHAT: Bring a chair or pack a blanket for an evening movie! This free movie will begin at sunset (*approximately 8pm). Concessions items will be available for purchase. We hope to see you under the stars!

Learn more here.

WHEN: Friday, June 28, 8pm

WHERE: Pinkerton Park, 405 Murfreesboro Rd, Franklin

4. Friends Trivia in Spring Hill

Friends Trivia in Spring HIll

WHAT: You know that friend that always brags about knowing everything there is to know about Friends? The one that knows every line of “Smelly Cat”? The one that violently took either Rachel or Ross’s side when they were on a break? Text—don’t be the weird person that calls someone in 2019—and tell them that the next best thing to a show reunion is happening: All Friends trivia night!

Nerdy Talk Trivia is doing a Friends-themed trivia in Spring Hill at Boombozz at 7pm on June 27th!

Not only does winning Friends trivia prove you truly know more than anyone else in Spring Oil about the greatest show ever made, but the top three teams also get gift cards!

WHEN: Thursday, June 27, 7pm-9pm

WHERE: Boombozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse, 2044 Crossings Circle, Spring Hill

5. Cam Pierce Band – Music in the Meadow

Cam Pierce Band - Music in the Meadow

WHAT: Cam was born in a place a lot of folks only see in magazines or on post cards the majestic Pacific Northwest. He’ll tell you it’s every bit as beautiful and inspiring in real life as on paper. His connection to nature is what makes the opportunity to play in the meadow at Owl’s Hill even more special.

Cam has done a sort of “walkabout” through the vast musical landscape leaving virtually no style un-explored. From Punk, Hardcore, and Pop, Country, Folk, Ska, “whatever it took to get the story told”.

“A little bit of each type clung to me like burrs. I’ve never been one to dig into any one sound for too long. Country and folk always calls me home though.”

Come join Cam and the band at Owl’s Hill for Music in the Meadow and snag a treat or three from the One Buck Concession Stand…or bring your own picnic and reserve a table.

Buy tickets here.

WHEN: Friday, June 28, 7pm-8:30pm

WHERE: Owl’s Hill Sanctuary, 545 Beech Creek Rd S, Brentwood