Susan Swindell Day, Editor

Susan Swindell Day is the editor in chief of Nashville Parent and the mom of four amazing kids.

Free Movies at Academy Park


Who loves munching popcorn and catching a good flick on a big screen? Everybody! And it’s even better when it’s free. Get your family into the spirit of the season by taking them to”Elf” on December 15 at the Williamson County Performing Arts & Enrichment Center (Academy Park). The center offers free movies every month,… Read more »

School Snow Policies for Closures


While The Farmer’s Almanac predicts a “cold, snowy season from Tennessee west to Arizona and throughout the Rocky Mountain states all the way north to Canada,” it’s also predicting “above-normal snowfall” in the Tennessee Valley this winter. The almanac predicts a good chance for snow here as early as the first week of December as well… Read more »

Magpies Girl Holds Launch Party


Girls in their element are fun, positive, interesting and engaged. Magpies: The Girls Shoppe in Franklin is a space just for them!

Halloween Kid Treats @ Sur La Table


Sur La Table isn’t just for adults! This month, the upscale cooking retailer offers a fun and festive Halloween treats cooking class just for kids.

Delvin Farms’ Fresh Vegetables Winter CSA


When veggies taste delicious, kids may be more likely to eat them. Well, we can hope. Here’s a great way to enjoy fresh vegetables as fall moves in:     Delvin Farms, located in College Grove, offers fresh, organic vegetables in November and December through their Winter CSA. Sign up now to enjoy kale, broccoli, cauliflower,… Read more »