1. 14th Annual Harpeth River Cleanup
WHAT: The Little Harpeth River winds through the City of Brentwood for more than 10 miles. The Brentwood Noon Rotary Club is organizing the 14th Annual Little Harpeth River Cleanup on Saturday, January 26, 2019, and they need they’re looking for community volunteers.
Groups will meet at the Brentwood Library (on the corner of Concord Road and Knox Valley Drive) at 8:15 a.m. to register for the cleanup that will begin at 9:00 a.m. A light breakfast will be provided. Trash bags, safety vests and trash removal gear will be provided by Keep Williamson Beautiful, and volunteers will have the rest of the morning and early afternoon to remove debris and collect unwanted trash along the river banks.
WHEN: Saturday, Jan. 26, 8:15 a
WHERE: City of Brentwood Library, 8109 Concord Road, Brentwood
2. Spring Hill Library Book Sale
WHAT: Build up your own library of books for just a few dollars. Children’s books and paperbacks 50 cents, hardbacks are $1 at our Friends of the Library Quarterly Book Sale. All proceeds benefit the Spring Hill Library
WHEN: Saturday, January, 26, 9 a – 3 p
WHERE: Spring Hill Library, 144 Kedron Parkway, Spring Hill
3. Sara Sells Warehouse Event
WHAT: It’s the first warehouse sale of 2019 and if you haven’t been out to a Sara Sells event, then you are missing out on a great opportunity.
You can find new furniture, lighting, accessories, rugs, and more for a deeply discounted rate. Some items are available for special order.
WHEN: Saturday, Jan. 26 , 8 a – 1 p, Sunday, Jan, 27 1 p – 4 p
WHERE: 8436 Henry Horton Highway, College Grove
4. Supper Club at Whole Foods
WHAT: It’s a monthly event at Whole Foods on McEwen where team members serve as guest chef and prepare a meal. You will also learn about wine pairings with your meal.
Call to reserve your spot at 615-550-5660
WHEN: Friday, Jan. 25, 6 p – 9 p
WHERE: Whole Foods, 1566 W McEwen Drive, Franklin
5. Hazzard County’s 40th Birthday Event with Dukes of Hazzard Stars
WHAT: On January 26th, 1979, “The Dukes of Hazzard” premiered on CBS-Television as an unheralded mid-season replacement. Now, 40 years later, the cast and fans of the show will join together in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, January 26, 2019, to celebrate “40 years of good times in Hazzard County”.
Several events are planned, centered around “Cooter’s in Music City”, on McGavock Pike off Briley Parkway. The event will include “Meet and Greet plus pix and Autograph sessions” with cast members, a screening of the very first “Dukes” episode at The Troubadour Theatre, followed by a cast concert at The Nashville Palace, with Cooter’s Garage Band and very special guest Whey Jennings, the grandson of Waylon Jennings, who narrated “The Dukes” and wrote and sang the ever-popular theme song, “Good Ol’ Boys”.
Cast members who plan to attend are Tom Wopat, who created the role of “Luke Duke”, Catherine Bach, known to the world as “Daisy Duke’, Sonny Shroyer, who played “Deputy Enos”, and Rick Hurst, who portrayed “Deputy Cletus”. Ben “Cooter” Jones and Alma Viator, the proprietors of “Cooter’s in Music City”, the Dukes of Hazzard Museum and shop on McGavock Pike, are hosting the shindig.
Find tickets and list of events here.
WHEN: Saturday, January 26, 10 a – 10:30 p
WHERE: 2613 McGavock Pike, Nashville