1. Ice Cream for Breakfast Day at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams
WHAT: Round up the kiddos, your best pals, grandparents, and cousins and join Jeni’s on Saturday, Feb. 2—Ice Cream for Breakfast Day. (It’s a real, decades-old holiday dreamt up by a pretty smart mom.) Jeni’s will be opening their doors three hours early to scoop ice cream. But more importantly, to come together to support She Should Run—a nonprofit working to get 250,000 women running for elected office by 2030. From 9 a.m. to noon, they will donate 100% of all profits to She Should Run.
WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 2, 9 a – noon
WHERE: Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Hill Center, 211 Franklin Road, Brentwood
2. Crusty Grunt Cycles Grand Opening
WHAT: Crusty Grunt Cycles will hold its grand opening celebration in Spring Hill on Saturday from noon – 6 p. The locally owned motorcycle shop will be the first motorcycle shop to open in Spring Hill offering towing and bike repair. Grand opening festivities include food from Viking Pizza and music from Phoenix Rising.
WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 2, noon – 6 p
WHERE: 3710 John Lunn Rd Bldg 1 Unit 7, Spring Hill
3. Franklin Art Scene
WHAT: It’s the first Friday of the month which means Art Scene returns to downtown Franklin. All of stores and galleries stay open late showcasing local artists.
WHEN: Friday, Feb. 1, 6 p – 9 p
WHERE: Historic Downtown Franklin
4. Michael W Smith and Amy Grant Perform in Franklin
WHAT: Notable musicians, including Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith, are coming together to perform and support local singer/songwriter Rick Elias, who has been diagnosed with cancer.
The event is called The Jesus Record Live and the concert features Rick Elias, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, The Raggamuffin Band – (Rick, Mark Robertson, Jimmy Abegg, and Aaron Smith), and others performing songs from the original recording.All proceeds go to benefit Rick Elias medical expenses. Tickets are only $25 for purchase online.
WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 2, 7 p – 10 p
WHERE: Christ Community Church, 1215 Hillsboro Road, Franklin
5. Antiques and Garden Show with Faith Hill
WHAT: Faith Hill, alongside design team Bobby McAlpine and interior designer Ray Booth, will be the keynote speaker at the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville on Friday at the Music City Center. They will share their experience of building an island paradise in a panel discussion moderated by MILIEU Design Director Leslie Newsom Rascoe Feb. 1. 2019 at 11 a. The show will continue through Feb 3.
Purchase tickets to the show here.
WHEN: Friday, Feb. 1 – Sunday, Feb. 3
WHERE: Music City Center, 201 5th Avenue South, Nashville