Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Santa makes his debut at the Streets of Indian Lake in Hendersonville during Light Up Night on Friday.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Have fun roasting marshmallows following the guided night hike at Bowie Park in Fairview.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: It’s opening weekend of “Cirque Dreams Holidaze” at the Grand Ole Opry House, part of Gaylord Opryland Resort’s 2018 “A Country Christmas” celebration.
Oh, the fun of Christmas on the silver screen! It all kicks off with “Elf” on Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Catherine Birdsong stars as “Ariel” in the new Nashville Children’s Theatre production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” It’s opening weekend, so head out and enjoy live theater with your kids. Plus, find more great events in your area at the links below.
It’s “Celebrate Reading” day at Nashville Zoo on Saturday. Follow the story map to hear a different children’s book read every half hour at various stops around the zoo. The zoo offers complimentary attraction tickets (limit four per person) to anyone donating new or “like new” children’s book.
The 35th Annual Pumpkinfest takes place Saturday on the streets of downtown Franklin. The free fun includes a full city block of children’s activities. Plus, lots of vendors, live entertainment, extreme pumpkin carving demonstrations and lots more!
Mom Reporter Ginessa Pikes says the wide range of fun activities make the trip worth it!
A day of FREE family fun hits The Avenue Murfreesboro during Rutherford Parent’s annual Fall Kids Fest. Costumed kids ages 6 months – 10 years can participate in costume parades for prizes, enjoy live music by Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers, trick-or-treat around the event, visit local vendor booths, win door prizes, bounce on inflatables and grab a free pumpkin (while supplies last). It’s from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Lots of activities at Franklin’s landmark pumpkin patch happening through Oct. 29.