Family Firsts

Warner Park Nature Center 7311 Highway 100, Nashville

Age level: All ages Online registration is open You see the first toad. I see the first butterfly. Spring has arrived! Let’s investigate the pond, forest and field to see what firsts of the season we find. Leader: Melissa Donahue


Fishing with Outdoor Murfreesboro

Manson Pike Trailhead 1208 Searcy St., Murfreesboro

Saturday, March 27, 2021 Meet us at the Manson Pike Trailhead for some fishy adventures! We will provide fishing poles/bait and engage in some catch-and-release! Licenses aren’t required for under 13. Registration is required by calling 615-217-3017 or emailing so that we don’t run out of fishing poles! Ages: 5-12 March 27, 2021 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 ...

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NorthField’s Easter Egg Hunt & More

Northfield Church 2100 Nashville Pk, Gallatin

We are looking forward to another awesome Easter celebration at NorthField! This free family event is open to the community. Our event includes: - Easter Egg Hunts available for Birth to 5th Grade and people with special needs. Times will vary. - Petting Zoo and Pony Rides - Easter Jam Show & Easter Bunny Photos ...

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South East Nashville Easter Egg Hunt

Southeast Branch - Nashville Public Library 5260 Hickory Hollow Pkwy, Nashville

The Southeast Nashville Egg Hunt & Festival Event is a FREE community event for the families of Southeast Nashville . We offer live entertainment , special activity's for children , bazaar/market , and of course egghunt's with the Easter Bunny and his friends. The 17th Annual Southeast Nashville Egg Hunt & Festival Event will be ...

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Touch a Truck @ Adventure Science Center

Adventure Science Center 800 Fort Negley Boulevard, Nashville

Our wildly-popular annual event will take place on three different Saturdays: March 20 & 27 and April 3. Children (and adults!) will have a chance to see and touch heavy machinery utilized in the construction industry and speak with the people who operate them. Working with Go Build Tennessee, we will have a variety of ...

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Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park 600 James Robertson Parkway, Nashville

MARCH 27 11:00am to 12:00pm Meet at: Park Amphitheater Price: $0.00 / Attendee $20.00 / Attendee + 1 Bicentennial Mall Picnic Blanket $5.00 / Donation $10.00 / Donation $20.00 / Donation   REGISTER FOR EVENT “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.”— Dr. ...

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Flatrock Easter Egg Hop

Flatrock Community Church 2020 Lindell Ave, Nashville

Join us for an Easter event! To minimize contact, we will be doing an Easter Egg HOP which will be set up like a trunk-or-treat where kids will be able to collect candy-filled eggs. We will have hot dogs & chips for free  Would love to see you there! All are welcome   MAP


Civil Warriors to Suffragists @ Stones River National Battlefield

Stones River National Battlefield 1563 North Thompson Lane, Murfreesboro

Join a ranger for a talk focused on the shifting roles of women during the Civil War and how those changes fueled the Women's Suffrage Movement. Reservations are required and must be made using the Eventbrite link. No walk-ons permitted. Group size limited 10 people. All participants over two years old must wear a face ...

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Wildflower Walk and Campfire

Sharp Springs Park 1000 Espey Drive, Smyrna

Date:03/27/2021 3:30 PM - 6:30 PM  Location:Sharp Springs Park 311 Jefferson Pike Smyrna, Tennessee 37167 Add to my Calendar March 27th                  Public Program                     Wildflower Walk and Campfire Join us for a wildflower walk to welcome Spring! SOAC staff will discuss a variety of wildflowers seen in Tennessee and the importance of these plants to our pollinators. At ...

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