GOODfest and Fall Market

The 2021 GOODfest and Fall Market will be held on Saturday, October 16 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm outdoors at Moss-Wright Park. The public is invited to this FREE event located at 745 Caldwell Drive. This day of fun is designed to enjoy the fall season, spend time with friends and family, shop local …

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Nashville Area Farmers' Markets

2021 Guide to Farmers Markets in Nashville

Summer brings fresh produce to Nashville and the arrival of weekly Farmers Markets all over Nashville and Middle Tennessee.  (Cheatham, Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson). Want to pick your own produce instead? We will have an up-to-date list of farms in Middle Tennessee to go picking too! . Cheatham County Ashland City Farmers Market (Map) Season …

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Trick or Treat in Nashville

Trick or Treat Halloween Events – October 31

If your 2020 plans include trick or treating, use this list to find some fun options for your family! Also, check out this list of restaurants where kids can eat for free on Halloween.    

kids eat free on halloween in Nashville

Kids Eat Free on Halloween in Nashville

Before you head out to trick-or-treat, take your little goblins out for a free meal! There are lots of restaurants offering kids eat free deals for Halloween. There are even some deals that you can use this weekend. Kids Eat Free on Halloween (October 31) Rainforest Cafe – Receive a FREE Kid’s Meal with each …

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Family Friendly Halloween Festivals

Family Friendly Halloween Festivals

The fall season is usually packed with Halloween festivals and special fun events in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Hopefully 2020 will still have some Halloween fun! Many of these events include trick or treating so check the details before you head out and make sure you are costume ready! Don’t forget your bucket, plastic pumpkin …

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Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat in Middle Tennessee

Trunk or Treat events in Middle Tennessee are a fun part of the Halloween season. These events are generally hosted by churches or other community groups but they are open to the public and almost always free to attend. Trunk or Treat can be a great option for families with very young children. It gives …

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