1. Hard Hat History Tours
WHAT: Get a behind-the-scenes tour of the historic Masonic Hall in downtown Franklin. You will see parts of the hall that have never been seen before now. It’s one of Franklin’s oldest buildings dating back to 1823 and the oldest three-story building downtown Franklin.
WHEN: Friday, Feb. 22, 10 a – Saturday, Feb. 23, 1 p
WHERE: 115 2nd Avenue South, Franklin
2. Greenhouse Yoga Homestead Manor
WHAT: Take your yoga practice outdoors and flow with the beats of nature during Yoga in the Greenhouse at Homestead Manor. it’s a 60-minute class led by The Barre at Franklin. All levels are welcome, but there is a 20-person maximum per class. Head over to the restaurant afterward for brunch where Homestead will have $5 mimosas waiting on you and your friends. Additional Details: Please bring your own yoga mat or beach towel. However, since this class will be held in the Greenhouse with a mulch floor, they will provide extra blankets to put under your mat to ensure comfort during the class. The Greenhouse is temperature controlled and located past the tree line to the right of the big event barn and over the railroad tracks. (Please note, the railroad is ACTIVE!) There are no restrooms in the Greenhouse, but the event barn will be open for restrooms.
Buy tickets here.
WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 23, 10:30 a
WHERE: Homestead Manor, 4683 Columbia Avenue, Thompson Station
3. Sugar Drop Celebrates Two Years
WHAT: On Sunday, Sugar Drop will be celebrating 2 years of Sugar Drop sweetness. In honor of the big day, they are offering a kids mini fondant cake class. Students will work with buttercream and fondant to create a 3D mini fondant cake. Students will also be able to enjoy a scoop of ice cream on us!
All supplies are included for this fun event! Space is limited
Register to attend here.
WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 24, 12:30 p – 2p
WHERE: 7020 Church Street East, Brentwood
4. Nashville Flea Market
WHAT: The Nashville Flea Market is the fourth weekend of each month held at the Nashville Fairgrounds for the last fifty years. It’s a treasure trove of all kinds of antiques, jewelry, and handmade items. Market Hours are Fridays 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturdays 7 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Sundays 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. Admission is free but you may have to pay to park.
WHEN: Friday- Sunday, Feb. 22-24
WHERE: 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville
5. Puckett’s Hitmakers Show
WHAT: The Hitmakers series returns to Murfreesboro on Saturday, February 23 with a stellar lineup of #1 songwriters. This show will feature stories and songs from
– Brice Long (“Nothin’ On But The Radio,” Gary Allan; “Heartache On The Dance Floor,” Jon Pardi; “Like a Cowboy,” Randy Houser)
– Phillip White (“Nobody But Me,” Blake Shelton; “I’m Movin’ On,” Rascal Flatts)
– Dylan Altman (“Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” Jake Owen; “Take a Little Ride,” Jason Aldean)
Puckett’s Hitmakers Series is spirited by Old Dominick Distillery, a Memphis, Tenn. brand with a like-minded music program committed to showcasing great local talent. Sip on $8 Old Dominick cocktails during our Hitmakers shows, and be sure to grab a Puckett’s + Old Dominick t-shirt to take home.
The show is from 8:30-10 p.m., and there will be a $12 cover at the door. Call (629) 201-6916 to make reservations, which are highly recommended!
WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 23, 8:30 p
WHERE: Puckett’s, 114 North Church Street, Murfreesboro