Williamson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

1. Crockett Park Concert Series

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WHAT: It’s the first concert at Crockett Park for the summer. Rubiks Groove will be performing. No tickets required – free to the public! Food trucks Yayo’s O.M.G (Original Mexican Gourmet), Music City Brisket, Bradley’s Curbside Creamery, and Blue Monkey Shaved Ice will be at the park beginning at 5pm.

WHEN: Sunday, June 9, 5 p – 8 p

WHERE: Crockett Park, 1500 Volunteer Parkway, Brentwood

2. Franklin Art Scene

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WHAT: It’s the monthly art scene returning to downtown Franklin. Visit local merchants as they become art galleries for local artists.

WHEN: Friday, June 7, 6 p

WHERE: Downtown Main Street, Franklin

3. Gardens of Columbia Tour

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 WHAT: The James K. Polk Memorial Association is presenting the Gardens of Columbia on June 7 and 8. Those in attendance will be invited on a self-guided tour of six different gardens in historic downtown Columbia including the President Polk Home and Museum and Athenaeum.

Tickets include floral demonstrations and afternoon tea at the Polk Home. Demonstrations will be held at 10 am on June 7 by Connie Hardin and Maggie Olsen and on June 8 by Dusty from Jackson Blume Studio. Visit www.jameskpolk.com for tickets or call the visitor’s center at 931.388.2354 for more information.

WHEN: Friday, June 7 – Saturday, June 8

WHERE: James K Polk, 301 West 7th Street, Columbia

4. CMA Fest 2019 

CMA Fest


WHAT: It’s safe to say as I talked to a fan from England on Thursday, fans from around the globe are here in Nashville to celebrate country music. With hours of free music and experiences, you can discover a new artist or see how the welcomes fans to our city.

WHEN: Friday- Sunday, June 7-9, 10 a – midnight

WHERE: Broadway, Nashville

5. Star Party at Bowie Park 

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WHAT: Free Public Star Party. Telescopes will be setup for everyone to enjoy the view. You’ll be looking at the stars and constellations of late spring, the Moon, and a just clearing the trees Jupiter. Everyone is welcome, you do not need to be a member or own a telescope.

WHEN: Friday, June 7, 9 p

WHERE: Bowie Park, 7211 Bowie Lake Road, Fairview