The annual Watermelon Festival at Lucky Ladd Farms in Eagleville is Saturday! Sink your teeth into a fresh slice, and enjoy a variety of water activities and contests like seed spitting, melon eating, melon toss and the popular watermelon crawl. Click the links below for more fun in your area.
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Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: The Hendersonville Cruise-In is Friday night!
The Nashville Symphony performs “Disney in Concert” Saturday at Ascend Amphitheater. Four vocalists perform while you see movie clips and hear songs from “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin,” “The Lion King,” “Frozen” and others.
Larger-than-life snails, meerkats, bears, crocodiles and other critters take over the Cheekwood landscape starting Saturday. They’re part of the “Cracking Art” exhibit hailing all the way from Milan, Italy! There’s a LOT MORE fun this weekend, too. Click your county below.
Kids can enjoy a day of angling action without licenses or fees during the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency’s 2018 Free Kids’ Fishing Rodeos. The free fishing takes place at 11 different bodies of water across Middle Tennessee. Plus, check out more fun in your area at the links below:
It’s Dog’s Day at The Hermitage on Saturday, June 2! Bring your furry family member for a day of canine coolness with vendors, live music, kids’ activities, pet adoption opportunities and more family fun.
Happy Memorial Weekend! Enjoy it with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: The Nashville Symphony performs “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” in concert. Watch the fourth installment of the movie series in HD on a giant screen above the Schermerhorn stage while the orchestra plays the score live!
Ahoy, Mateys! It’s Pirate Invastion Weekend at the Tennessee Renaissance Festival. The swashbuckling good time includes children’s pirate costume contests both days! HUZZAH!!!
Enjoy the weekend with your kids at one of these festivities. Pictured above: Hendersonville Performing Arts Center presents “Honk!”
The 77th running of the Iroquois Steeplechase takes place on Saturday at Percy Warner Park. This social event of the season benefits the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Kids 12 & younger are free this year, and they can compete for a $100 prize in the stick horse race.