It’s opening weekend of “Peter Pan and Tinker Bell: A Pirate’s Christmas” at TPAC. The swashbuckling holiday panto is for all ages, and it features lots of audience participation. Find more fun things to do this weekend by clicking the links below to find what’s happening in your area.
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Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Tate Burgess stars as Buddy in Hendersonville Performing Arts Company’s “Elf Jr., The Musical.”
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Santa’s at the Rutherford County Courthouse Friday and Saturday. Photo courtesy of Shacklett’s Photography.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Join Santa for cocoa and a movie Friday night at the Williamson County Enrichment Center in Franklin.
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: John O’Hurley stars as Captain Hook in “Peter Pan and Tinker Bell: A Pirate’s Christmas.”
This weekend marks the 34th anniversary of Dickens of a Christmas in downtown Franklin! The free festival takes your family back to the Victorian era where you’ll interact with Charles Dickens’ characters, listen to carolers and live music, create crafts and more. Find even more fun this weekend in your county at the links below.
The Nashville Ballet’s annual holiday tradition, “Nashville’s Nutcracker” opens on Saturday and runs through Dec. 23. Christmas parades kick off this weekend and there’s a lot more holiday family fun to enjoy with your kids.
Head to the Loveless Barn in West Nashville for Family Friday on Nov. 23! Kids can meet Santa & Mrs. Claus and enjoy face painting and crafts. Plus, you can make a dent in your holiday gift lists by shopping local … and discover yummy recipes along the way!
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.