Local Living: 5 Things to Do This Week

1. Nolensville Historical Society’s Antiques, Collectibles and Garden Show

WHAT: Antiques, hand-made pieces and gardening items will be featured at the fourth annual Antiques, Collectibles and Garden Show on March 28-30 at the Historic Nolensville School, 7248 Nolensville Road.

Shoppers will find about 20 Tennessee-based vendors of hand-made wood signs, genealogy books, repurposed wood pallets, antiques, shabby chic items, dishes, beautiful repurposed glass pieces, vintage jewelry, gardening accessories and more.

Show admission at the door is $4. Presented by the Nolensville Historical Society, proceeds go toward preservation, education and restoration in Nolensville.

Shoppers may learn more about their own cherished items with Minerva Appraisal. From 1-4 p.m. Friday, March 29 and 10 a.m. – noon Saturday, March 30, owner Kirsten Rabe Smolensky will appraise items for $15 each, limit of two. No coins, guns, or fine jewelry will be appraised and please bring photos of furniture.

Mill Creek Watershed (millcreeknashville.org) will educate about the importance of conservation. South Branch Nursery will teach about pollination and native plants and will have plants for sale.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Thursday, March 28 5pm – 8pm; Friday, March 29 10am – 6pm & Saturday, March 30 10am – 6pm

WHERE: Historic Nolensville School, 7248 Nolensville Road, Nolensville

2. Paint Your Pet Party

WHAT: Join Vintage 615 in Spring Hill to paint a pop art portrait of your pet.

You will create a unique masterpiece. Seats are limited.  Advance registration is required.

Cost is $45 per person (includes all supplies and refreshments)

Register at paintyourpetpartynashville.com

Then email a photo of your pet to paintyourpetpartynashville@gmail.com

Learn more here.

WHEN: Friday, March 29, 6pm – 8pm

WHERE: Vintage 615, 5075 Main Street, Spring Hill

3. 17th Annual “An Affair of the Hat”


WHAT: Dozens of exquisite hats for women & men, at all price points, will be unveiled from designers around the world for the Iroquois Steeplechase, Kentucky Derby or any occasion! This iconic event will feature chapeaux from Paris, Melbourne, Los Angeles, New York & Palm Beach!

Feel free to bring your dress, if you already have one, or Stacey Rhodes can style your hat with a dress from the boutique. Enjoy wine and champagne while you shop with a percentage of every hat sold, until the Steeplechase and Derby, benefiting The T.J. Martell Foundation!

Learn more here.

WHEN: Thursday, March 28, 5pm – 8pm

WHERE: Stacey Rhodes Boutique, 144 Franklin Rd, Suite A, Brentwood

4. Raising Your Kids in a Digital Age

WHAT: Today, parents face countless questions about how to utilize all of the benefits of raising our kids in a digitally connected world while also protecting them. It’s great that they have access to so much information. But do they need access to ALL of the information they can find on the internet if we really think about what lurks beneath? Its a whole new space for kids to get bullied or for them to be preyed upon by those who would do them harm. What are the long term effects of screen time at an early age? What are the statistics on child addiction with technology? There are so many questions and decisions because again, there is sooooo much value in having the world at our fingertips. This seminar aims to provide parents with valuable information to help make decisions for your family, because we all have different situations and kids with different needs.

Childcare for children ages 2-10 years of age is available. Please register here.

Learn more here.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 26, 5pm6pm

WHERE: Westhaven Residents’ Club, 401 Cheltenham Ave, Franklin

5. Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival


WHAT: The 27th Annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival takes place in multiple venues in Nashville March 26-30, 2019.

Close to 400 songwriters in a variety of genres are scheduled to perform over 90 shows at 10 of Nashville’s top music venues.

Get the complete schedule and purchase your tickets at www.TinPanSouth.com.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 26 through Saturday, March 30

WHERE: A variety of venues across Nashville

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