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Trick or Treating in Nashville

Autumn is in full swing, and Halloween is just around the corner. For families with children planning to trick or treat, consider the following neighborhoods for maximum fun and candy hauls. Also, take a look at these safety tips to ensure everyone has a happy Halloween.

The Best Nashville Neighborhoods to Trick or Treat In

Halloween is almost here, and many area families are searching for the best neighborhoods for trick-or-treating. Never fear—we found several locations that will certainly deliver with plenty of treats for those young and old.

Belle Meade Plantation

One location you don't want to miss this Halloween season is the Belle Meade Plantation. This extraordinary estate is a fantastic place to take a mansion tour any time of the

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4 Must-See March Events in Nashville, TN

Winter is finally fading, and that means Nashvillians can finally get outdoors and enjoy warm weather and fun activities—both indoors and out. If you're in Nashville and are looking for something fun to do this month, here are a few must-see March events in Nashville this year.

I Love the 90s Bash Bar Crawl

Date: March 28, 2020 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Address: Starting at Dawghouse Saloon, 1522 Demonbruen, Nashville, TN 37203

Celebrate your childhood as an adult by joining the I Love the 90s Bash Bar Crawl. Have drinks with old and new friends while dressed up in your favorite 90s gear. To participate, register on the day of at the Dawghouse Saloon. Once you've registered, you'll get a slap bracelet to complete your outfit and a

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4 Must-See February Events in Nashville, TN

Love is in the air in Nashville with Valentine's Day right around the corner. Valentine's Day is a great excuse to get out of the house and find an exciting date night hot spot, whether you like museums, antique shopping, or live music. If you're looking for something to do out on the town in Nashville this February, check out one of these great events in Nashville, TN.

The Nashville Show 2020

Dates: February 13-15, 2020

Address: The Fairgrounds Nashville, 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203

The Nashville Show is a gathering spot for America's favorite vendors and those that are looking for a unique new addition to their home. Now in its 30th year, this event hosts a variety of vendors of goods, from antiques and collection items to home

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4 Must-See Nashville Events Happening This January

Nashville is host to a number of fantastic events and interesting things to do. Below is a short list of unique events taking place this month, from post-apocalyptic Shakespeare to a restaurant festival with food trucks.

Winter Shakespeare: "Macbeth"

Dates: January 9–12, 14–19, and 21–26

Address: Theater Complex, 2112 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212

The Nashville Shakespeare Festival features interesting modern twists on Shakespeare classics, and this year's Winter Shakespeare: "Macbeth" is no exception. Performing at Belmont University's Troutt Theatre, director David Wilkerson has reimagined the Scottish Play for a bleak post-apocalyptic setting, with dark and weathered costumes to match. Come watch this new take on the classic tragedy

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Where to Ice Skate in Nashville, TN

Tennessee may not be known for its hockey teams or figure skaters, but that doesn't mean there aren't places to skate, learn, play, and compete in the rink. We chose to highlight 4 great ice skating options around the city to help you find the best Nashville ice rink.

Centennial Sportxplex

Address: Centennial Sportxplex, 222 25th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37203

Centennial Sportsplex has two full-sized rinks for year-round indoor ice skating. Whether you're looking for recreational skating, birthday parties, or organized sports, they have many options available. The Centennial hosts both youth and adult hockey leagues, as well as open hockey sessions for $10 each (open hockey sessions are 18+). Public skating sessions cost $7 for 13+ years old, $6

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Where to Go in November in Nashville

Nashville in November celebrates the city's core influences and welcomes people from all corners of the metropolis to take part in celebrations that will shape the end of the year. (These events just might define the course of next year's events too.) To get a better idea of what's happening in and around town, use these suggestions as a jumping-off point to make this a month no one will soon forget.

TASTE Nashville

At TASTE of Nashville, attendees have a chance to sample the offerings of some of Nasvhille's most notorious chefs and bartenders. Part of Nashville's claim-to-fame is the unique food the city has in store for its locals and visitors alike. From traditional BBQ to experimental fusion, foodies aren't afraid of taking risks. There will

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The Best Halloween Events in Nashville, TN

Halloween is a holiday that appeals to people of all ages. The youngest celebrants enjoy choosing a new costume and showing it off to their friends and family during parades, parties and Trick-or-Treating. Those who are young at heart still appreciate having the opportunity to pretend to be someone else for the day, and to have a great night out with their friends.

In Nashville, here are some of the best Halloween events for locals and visitors of all ages:

Halloween at the Mansion

Come to Two Rivers Mansion this year on October 26 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. to participate in the Halloween tradition in luxury! Featuring pumpkin painting, hay rides, a costume contest, and more, Halloween at the Mansion is sure to be a great event for all ages.

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4 Ultra-Fun Nashville Events to Attend in September

With the arrival of September comes a wide variety of awesome things to do in Nashville, Tennessee. By attending these events, residents can wind down from all their summer activities and welcome the fall season in style. Tourists can plan to pop in as well to see what everyone loves most about fall in Nashville, TN. To get everyone started, here are several of the most popular events to attend in September.

Green Hills Park Festival

Beginning at 5pm on September 14th, everyone can come down to the Green Hills Park Festival to eat from their favorite food trucks, participate in fun competitions, and watch a movie under the stars. A silent auction will also be held during the event, giving everyone a chance to bring home something special.


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Where to Go in Nashville in August

Nashville has some of the hottest events any month of the year, but August might just take first place for the literal definition of the term. The long days and plentiful sun make it easy to let loose and really feel the spirit of the summer. Thankfully, this city is full of people who want to make it easier to kick off those heels. Those planning out their summers in advance will want to keep the following Nashville, TN August events on their radar.

Tomato Art Fest

With so much color in the many tomato varieties of the world, it's a wonder we need a festival to celebrate their artistic qualities. Guests will find some exceptionally creative works at the Tomato Art Fest, along with food, contests, and music. Visitors can try their hand in a

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The Best Charities in Nashville

Giving or volunteering your time to help someone who is in need can be so rewarding. The Nashville/Tennessee area has a multitude of non-profit organizations and charities. Here are some of the organizations based in this area.


Al Thomas and his wife began 12Giving, because they wanted to integrate a way of giving back through the businesses that they own. Currently, they own the Sperry's Restaurant and co-own Sam's Sports Grill. There charitable accomplishments began locally, and the Thomas's hoped it would continue to advance across the nation.

The concept of 12Giving, is for local restaurants choose a menu item, and give the revenue off that item to a designate a charity. The menu item and charity would change each month. This is a

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