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October 2017 Guide to Family Events In Nashville

Whew! It’s going to be a busy month in Music City. October is arguably the best month of the year, and there is no shortage of things to do in Nashville! If we missed your favorite Fall Fest/event/ghost tour, PLEASE add it in the comments. Also make sure to check these sites for a complete […]

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Happy Fall, Y’all! :: 2017 Guide to Pumpkin Patches in The Nashville Area!

It’s that time again! Can you believe it?! We’re back with our yearly round up of Nashville-area pumpkin patches! Our list has been edited to reflect which farms are no longer offering a pumpkin patch, as well as who is new to the line-up! AS ALWAYS with these guides—please remember that many of these businesses […]

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March 2017 Guide to Family Events in Nashville

Looking for things to do as a family or with the kids this month? Our guide to March — a list of family events happenings in and around Nashville for the month — is here! Don’t forget to click on the links to see if registration or tickets are required. And, as always, if you know […]

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February 2017 Guide To Family Events In Nashville!

Don’t miss out — we’ve got our monthly round-up of Nashville area family events for February 2017! Please be aware that some of these events do require prior registration and/or ticket purchase, so be sure to check the websites for more details! February 1st: Family Science Labs – Adventure Science Center February 2nd – 23rd: Dramatic Play […]

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Creating a Thankfulness Tree

Last year, I started the tradition of creating a Thankfulness Tree. I love this craft because it makes the home look more “Thanksgiving-ish” and creates a huge visual reminder to be thankful. Plus, this project is quite easy even for the non-crafter to do!  One brisk October morning, I headed out my front door on the […]

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