Nashville Ballet kicks off it’s 2018-19 season with the beloved classic “Swan Lake,” featuring choreographic updates and new costumes!
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LEAPIN’ LIONS … SEA LIONS, THAT IS! They sail out of the water to make a splash as the newest attraction at the Wilson County Fair. It’s the final weekend of the fair boasting all-new rides this year, including a large assortment of ones just for little kids.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Kids get in on the fun of the annual Grape Stomp at Sumner Crest Winery. The 18th annual event takes place Saturday.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Experience “Titanic the Musical” at The Arts Center of Cannon County in Woodbury.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: It’s the final weekend of the 2018 Wilson County Fair. Enjoy all-new rides, games and tons of family fun!
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at a festivity in your area. Pictured above: OZ Family Day at OZ Arts Nashville is Saturday. This year’s celebration merges art and science with local visual artist Beth Reitmeyer in collaboration with Adventure Science Center. Kids 12 & younger are free!
The 2018 Williamson County Fair opens tomorrow and runs through Aug. 11. Kids are sure to love the new Jurassic Kingdom Dinosaur show as well as the Ma’Ceo equestrian acrobats! Plus, fun rides, cool carnival games with prizes, yummy fair food and more for all ages!
Williamson Parent’s 2018 Back-to-School Fair is Saturday, July 28 at CoolSprings Galleria. The free fair features kids’ fall fashion shows, local after-school enrichment programs, demonstrations, vendors, giveaways and more. Find more Things To Do in the county links below.
The cool Dolly Parton puppet in “String City: Nashville’s Tradition of Music and Puppetry” at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The kid-friendly show is a fun telling of country music history in an engaging, creative way. The summer installment runs through Saturday, July 14.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. The Nashville Symphony presents “Star Wars in Concert” through Sunday. See the movie that started it all, “A New Hope,” in HD while the Symphony performs John Williams’ score live.