Williamson Weekend: 7 Things to Do Memorial Weekend

1. The Rambling at Southall

WHAT: There’s one chance this weekend on Sunday, May 26  to try the most talked about dining experience in Franklin. The outdoor setting among the greenhouses in a field next to a blue barn with a meal prepared by Chef Tyler Brown makes for an unforgettable event. There are multiple courses served and complimentary wine and beer. Get there early to play a game of cornhole and enjoy the sunset, you can thank us later.

Find your tickets here.

WHEN: Sunday, May 26, 7pm

WHERE: Southall, 1994 Carters Creek Pike, Franklin

2. Memorial Day Splash at Port Royal Park

WHAT: Spring Hill is hosting a Memorial Day Celebration at the Port Royal Splash Pad.

Lou Galterio will begin the event by singing the National Anthem and Spring Hill HarMonix will perform at 9am. The splash pad opens at 10am.

More here.

WHEN: Monday, May 27, 9am – 1pm

WHERE: Port Royal Park, 4285 Port Royal Rd, Spring Hill

3. An Evening of Magic with Justin Flom

WHAT: Experience An Evening of Magic at Analog with one of the biggest magicians in the world, Justin Flom on Friday, May 24. Justin will bring a fresh performance to Analog with two shows per night featuring new tricks and his signature illusions that have been viewed over 2 billion times worldwide. Inspired by the classics with a keen eye towards creating the future of magic, you never know what or who you will see in a Justin Flom show.  Feeling some dinner before the show? WestEnd Kitchen & Bar is excited to welcome fans of celebrity magician Justin Flom with a special An Evening of Magic dinner package. The package includes one entrée, one glass of house wine or beer, valet parking plus two general admission tickets to the show. Shows at 7pm (all ages) and 10:30pm (21+).

Find tickets here. 

WHEN: Friday, May 24, 7pm (all ages show) & 10:30pm (21+)

WHERE: Hutton Hotel, 1808 West End Avenue, Nashville

4. Pickin in the Park

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WHAT: The annual Spring Hill Pickin’ in the Park music series, sponsored by Spring Hill Parks and Recreation, is back. The first event of the season is at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 25.

It will kick off with a live music line-up that includes, Jamie Meyer, Marta Albarracin, Kaylyn Pace, Elvis Shrugged, Robert Smith + Wesson, Melody Guy, and Madison Nolan.
Bring your lawn chairs, picnic blankets, and baskets and prepare for fun and entertainment.
A food truck will be on site and the event is open to the public.

More here.

WHEN: Saturday, May 25, 5pm – 8pm

WHERE: Harvey Park, 4001 Miles Johnson Parkway, Spring Hill

5. An Evening with Rory Feek

WHAT: Rory Feek returns this weekend with concerts all weekend long. A few tickets remain to the shows that begin on Friday, May 24 evening and continue through Sunday, May 26 evening. All shows will take place on Feek’s farm at the concert hall on his farm.

Find show tickets here. 

WHEN: May 24-26, Doors open at 6pm, Show starts at 7pm

WHERE: 4544 Highway 431, Columbia

6. Zzzoofari Slumber

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WHAT: Zzzoofari Slumber is an overnight camp session for families and escorted children where you check-in on Saturday, May 25.  Recommended for kids ages 4 – 12 years old. Enjoy a variety of activities during the evening and a full breakfast the next morning.

Find registration details here. 

WHEN: Saturday, May 25, activities begin at 4pm

WHERE: 3777 Nolensville Pike, Nashville

7. 20th Annual Memorial Day Dash 5K

WHAT: The 20th Annual Memorial Day Dash 5K, presented by the Metro Nashville Historical Commission. The race begins at 7:30 a.m. on Memorial Day, with a gently rolling course that includes some of the city’s most significant and scenic historic sites.

Starting from the Adventure Science Center and winding through Fort Negley and the Nashville City Cemetery. Proceeds benefit the ongoing restoration and interpretation efforts of the Nashville City Cemetery Association.

The Memorial Day Dash 5K begins and ends at the Adventure Science Center, located at 800 Fort Negley Boulevard. Packet pickup opens at 6 a.m., and the race begins at 7:30.

Walk-ups are welcome, but participants are encouraged to register in advance online here. Registration is $35. The ceremonial firing of a musket starts the race, thanks to the Sons of the American Revolution.

WHEN: Monday, May 27, packet pickup begins at 6am, race begins at 7:30am

WHERE: 800 Fort Negley Boulevard, Nashville

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