By the time the people of Nashville flip their calendars to November, they are ready to begin celebrating all that they are thankful for. This is a month that commemorates veterans, that allows Americans to be grateful for the freedoms they enjoy and the abundant blessings that they have, and that encourages people to connect with one another.
In Nashville TN, both residents and visitors alike will find that there is plenty to do in November. These are some of the top events to consider:
Sip TN Wine Festival
For the second year in a row, the Sip TN Wine Festival aims to provide local residents and tourists with an extensive sampling of the best wines available in the state. The festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on November 10 at the Nashville Farmer's Market on Rosa Parks Boulevard. The event will feature more than 20 different wineries, all of which are based out of Tennessee. Tickets cost $45 per person, and the cost includes four different seminars and classes as well as live music, handmade artisan crafts and gourmet food selections.
Veterans Day Parade in Downtown Nashville
On November 12, Nashville will once again honor and commemorate those who have served in the military with its annual Veterans Day Parade. The parade begins at 11 a.m., and the route stretches and winds throughout Downtown Nashville giving hundreds of people the opportunity to enjoy the parade and pay respect to the veterans who have worked hard for freedom. Those who wish to watch the parade are encouraged to arrive early in the morning in order to set up a chair and secure a spot that offers a good view of the parade as it goes by.
32nd Annual Music Row Turkey Bowl
The Music Row Turkey Bowl is an annual event for the Nashville music industry. Music industry co-ed football teams get together for some friendly competition as well as a great cause. Proceeds from the event benefit Nashville Firefighters for Operation Warm, which is a charity organization that provides American-made winter coats to children in need in the local community. The event lasts from 7:15 a.m. to 3 p.m. on November 18. Teams who wish to participate need to pay a $600 fee, while onlookers can come enjoy the camaraderie and complimentary food and beverages. There also will be a canned food drive at the event, with all donations going to the Second Harvest Food Bank.
3rd Annual Handmade Nashville Holiday Market
Those who want to find unique local goods for those on their holiday gift list this year will love the 3rd Annual Handmade Nashville Holiday Market. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on November 24 at Red Caboose Park. Every vendor who is selling items at this event must feature handmade crafts. There are no direct sales items permitted at this event. In addition to having dozens of vendors featuring authentic goods, there also will be several food trucks at the event for those who want a delicious meal.
In November, it's time to enjoy the year's harvest and to prepare for the upcoming chaos of the holiday season. These Nashville events will allow those who live in the city and those who are just stopping by to experience the best of what the city has to offer.
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