1. Spring Hill Mayor’s Ball
WHAT: Join the mayor, local officials, business professionals and entrepreneurs for a celebratory evening that uniquely highlights the accomplishments of the Spring Hill community. This Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce hosted event is Spring Hill’s only black tie affair, providing a lively environment for networking and relationship building. Attendees will enjoy dinner, live music, dancing and an open bar. This year’s theme is “A Night in Havana.”Purchase tickets here.
WHEN: Saturday, November 10, 7 p -11 p
WHERE: UAW Banquet Hall,125 Stephen P. Yokich Parkway, Spring Hill
2. Blue & Gray Days
WHAT: Blue & Gray Days draws hundreds of school children and adult spectators every year. At both Carter House and Carnton, guests will meet Civil War re-enactors and get hands-on experience with clothes, trades, and weapons of the past. This living history experience is the perfect field trip and great for families.
This year includes in the living historians and re-enactors are Pres. Abraham Lincoln, Gen. U.S. Grant, Confederate, and Federal Soldiers, 19th-century cricket players, and living historians performing tasks from everyday life in the 1800s.
WHEN: Now – Sunday, November 10. Carnton Plantation is open Friday & Saturday 9 a – 5 p and Sunday 12 p to 5 p.
WHERE: Carnton Plantation, 1345 Eastern Flank Circle, Franklin
3. Boots for Troops 5K
WHAT: Benefiting families of fallen military & Veterans through Medals of Honor. Grab your family, friends, coworkers, Church/Sports Club and lace up for our Military & Veterans! The BOOTS FOR TROOPS: 5K Ruck/Walk/Run is the perfect opportunity to show your patriotism, as well as your love and support for those who have or continue to serve in our Armed Forces. Additionally, your participation helps to fund our ongoing “Medals of Honor” programs that honor the fallen and their families. So, dig out and lace up a pair of combat boots, work boots, or running shoes and support our warriors in uniform.
Stay after the 5K for the VetLinx, VetFest and enjoy music, food trucks, vendor tents, family area and much more! VetFest runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Get more information here.
WHEN: Saturday, October 10, 9 a
WHERE: Park at Harlinsdale Farm, 239 Franklin Road, Franklin
4. Denim Days Festival
WHAT: It’s the inaugural Nashville Denim Days, two days of indigo celebration on November 10 and 11. An international festival for denim lovers, Denim Days connects the dots between denim insiders and denim lovers, giving attendees unprecedented access to their favorite denim designers, brands and artisans.
Nashville Denim Days is an event for all ages, and tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Students are admitted for $5 and kids under 12 attend for free. Ticket holders will also receive discounted rides to and from the festival courtesy of LYFT. Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 10 – Sunday, Nov. 11, 11 a – 6 p
WHERE: Marathon Music Works, 1402 Clinton Street, Nashville
5. Goat Yoga Give Back November
WHAT: Try a goat yoga class this weekend and you could win two free tickets to another class. It’s the give back class all weekend. Bring your own water and towel. Reserve a class online here.
WHEN: Sunday, November 10, 10 a
WHERE: 9837 Spilt Log Road, Brentwood