1. 14th Annual Wine Festival and Tasting
WHAT: Join the Nashville Predators Foundation for its 14th Annual Wine Festival & Tasting presented by Deacon’s New South on Friday, April 5, 2019, over the ice at Bridgestone Arena. The festivities run from 6-10 p.m. (CT) and tickets are $89 per person. All tickets purchased will also receive a $30 gift card to Deacon’s New South. The festival will feature more than 225 higher-end wines, beer, a spirits tasting, food samplings from 25 local restaurants and an extensive silent auction. Limited walk-up tickets will be available the night of the event for $115.
See ticket information here.
WHERE: Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway, Nashville
2. Easter Bunny Festival at Cool Springs Market
WHAT: Celebrate Easter at the Cool Springs Market Shopping Center located at 2000 Mallory Lane, Franklin. Attendees can visit the Easter Bunny, play in the bounce house, enjoy spring cookies and receive a goodie bag.
WHEN: Saturday, April 6, 11 a – 2 p
WHERE: Cool Springs Market, 2000 Mallory Lane, Franklin
3. First Friday Art Scene
WHAT: It’s the first Friday of the month which means Art Crawl in downtown Franklin. Visit merchants on Main Street and the galleries in downtown Franklin for art showings by local artists.
WHEN: Friday, April 5, 6 p
WHERE: Downtown Franklin Merchants, Franklin
4. Arbor Day Celebration at Brentwood Library
WHAT: Please join the Brentwood City Commission and the Tree Board for the 2019 Arbor Day Celebration. The program will begin at 11:30 am at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library. There will be free tree seedlings given away for families to plant and face painting.
The festival will include other children activities and free hot dogs provided by Middle Tennessee Electric. There will also be guided tours of the Library Arboretum and the Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department will have a fire truck on site. The Arbor Day Contest Awards, along with the Environmental Stewardship Awards will also be presented.
WHEN: Saturday, April 5, 11:10 a
WHERE: Brentwood Library, 8109 Concord Road, Brentwood
5. Mule Day in Columbia
WHAT: Mule Day is an annual celebration of all things related to mules held in Columbia, Tennessee, the “Mule Capital” of the world. It began in 1840 as “Breeder’s Day”, a meeting for mule breeders and now attracts over 100,000 people taking place over four days. In addition to mules, traditional Appalachian food, music, dancing, and crafts are featured.
See the complete schedule here.
WHEN: Friday – Sunday, April 5-7
WHERE: Maury County Park, Historic Downtown Columbia and other locales