Gulch Movie Night in Noble Park x Karate Kid

Bring your own blanket, pillow, chairs, and make yourself comfortable while enjoying Karate Kid and complimentary desserts and soft drinks from Gumbo Bros. Beer and wine will be available for purchase. Admission is free Noble Park: 333 11th Ave South

Middle Tennessee County Fairs

It’s summertime and that means it’s time for Middle Tennessee County Fairs! There are lots of options all over the area. I’m sure there is at least one close to you. Make plans to see animals, ride the rides and don’t forget the food! My reigning favorite is Fried Coke, but I’m hoping that these new French …

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Way Back Wednesday: The Amazing Codes

Want to be a spy? In the 18th and 19th, Century ciphering disks and flags were used to communicate in secret codes. Make your own cipher disk and break codes to find the hidden treasure throughout Historic Mansker’s Station. Class is for ages 3rd – 8th grade. $12 per student. Due to limited class size …

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Way Back Wednesday: The Amazing Codes

Want to be a spy? In the 18th and 19th, Century ciphering disks and flags were used to communicate in secret codes. Make your own cipher disk and break codes to find the hidden treasure throughout Historic Mansker’s Station. Class is for ages 3rd – 8th grade. $12 per student. Due to limited class size …

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Way Back Wednesday: Basic Knot Tying and Fire-Starting

Tying knots is one of the most important survival skills. Knowledge of different knotting techniques helps with fishing, first aid, crossing water, and scaling mountains or trees. You will learn some basic knots and how to start a fire using flint and steel and today’s Ferro rods. Class is for ages 3rd – 8th grade. …

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Way Back Wednesday: Basic Knot Tying and Fire-Starting

Tying knots is one of the most important survival skills. Knowledge of different knotting techniques helps with fishing, first aid, crossing water, and scaling mountains or trees. You will learn some basic knots and how to start a fire using flint and steel and today’s Ferro rods. Class is for ages 3rd – 8th grade. …

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