1. Lucky Ladd Farms Easter Festival
WHAT: It’s one of the most egg-citing events of the year! Join the Easter Bunny, as he gets things hopping around the Farm. This annual family tradition features fun games, activities, crafts, baby farm animals and non-stop egg hunts! It’s a fun way to celebrate the spring season. Plus, all their standard Farm attractions are included.
Easter Bunny meet-and-greets take place each hour.
There are non-stop Egg Hunts all day long. No large crowds rushing the field. No trampled toddlers. Siblings can hunt together and Mom can get great photos of the entire family. It’s a fun way to do it at your leisure. It’s not about how many eggs the kids collect because they turn in their eggs at our Redemption Station for a fun prize pack. This ensures each child receives the same awesome prize!
Tickets are available online or can be purchased at the gate. Easter Festival activities are included free with standard Farm admission ($13 for Adults / $11 for Children); this event is FREE for Season Passholders. Limit one Easter Prize Pack per child. Easter Bunny Breakfast is sold-out.
WHEN: Friday – Saturday, March 30 and 31, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
WHERE: Lucky Ladd Farms, 4374 Rocky Glade Road, Eagleville, TN
2. Community Easter Egg Hunt
WHAT: Join ther Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Spring Hill Memorial Memorial Park, Funeral Home & Cremation Services. This is their fifth year to have this event with over 100 kids joining the fun last year. They will have grand prizes for three different age groups, arts and crafts, refreshments and even a visit from the Easter Bunny himself!
WHEN: Saturday, March 31, 10 a
WHERE: 5239 Main St, Spring Hill
3. Goat Farm Eggstravaganza
WHAT: Enjoy a picnic lunch from Smoke’Et’Al Food Truck that will be at the farm serving food during the event, egg hunt and petting zoo.
You can also purchase goat milk products, snacks and water will be available during the event. Children will be divided into two groups and have two designated areas for the age groups to hunt in when the egg hunt starts at 1 pm. One area will be for children 4 years and under and the other will be 5 years and older.
Please RSVP to help Noble Springs know how many eggs and treats to have for the children. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission is $8 per person ages 2 years and over. Under 2 years are free.
WHEN: Saturday, Mar. 31, 11 a
WHERE: Noble Springs Dairy Farm, 3144 Blazer Road, Franklin
4. 1st Annual CreativityFest 2018
WHAT: Center for Sustainable Stewardship is proud to host their first annual CreativityFest event at the Center’s Retreat location in Franklin, Saturday, March 31st, 11am – 11pm. A celebration of creativity and natural wonders of springtime in Tennessee through Live Music, Art, Well-being, Preventative Medicine, Environmental Education, Relaxation, and Rejuvenation and an Easter egg hunt. CSS will offer a “live art opportunity” during the festival day for artists to create works in the theme of sustainability. These works will then be shown in the CSS Art Gallery at the lodge on the retreat grounds as one of the first exhibits in the gallery space.
CSS CreativityFest 2018, will bring together the amazing musical talents of ambient and world music from Massood Taj, Kirby Shelstad, Seth Ritter, Stephen Seifert, John Rose, Tony Gerber, Dariush Rad, SPACECRAFT, Jasmine Shinness, Matthew Human, Jonathan Sutton, Michael Holt, Tony Tripi, Robin Barnes and more. Tickets are $20 are for adults, $10 for children under 12. Purchase tickets online here.
WHEN: Saturday, Mar. 31, 11 a – 11 p
WHERE: 5375 Big East Fork Road, Franklin
5. Introduction to Polo at Harlinsdale Farm
WHAT: Come start off the 2018 polo season by trying polo in one of Franklin Polo Academy Intro to Polo Clinics. Enjoy the excellent school horses while being instructed by two Certified Polo Instructors. The class cost is $75 per person, Horses & equipment provided and No riding experience necessary. Hurry there are ONLY 8 SPOTS AVAILABLE PER DATE. For more info, visit www.franklinpolo.com/lessons.
WHEN: Saturday, Mar. 31, 3 p – 5 p
WHERE: Harlinsdale Farm, 239 Franklin Rd, Franklin