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2017 VBS Roundup

For many, summer is a chance to create wonderful, lasting memories for your kiddos. However, it’s also a long stretch of time to come up with ideas on how to entertain those sweet children. Vacation Bible School is something must of us have grown up—with or at least familiar with—and it’s a great way to […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Summer in Nashville

Summer in Tennessee has most definitely arrived, and we are ready to enjoy! We want this to be your Ultimate Guide to Summer in Nashville. From our pool and splashpad guide with tons of local spots to cool off to our lists of summer projects to do with your kids, area outings, guides to beaches and swimming holes, family [...]
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Nashville Guide to Father’s Day Gifts — That Won’t Hide in His Closet

Father’s Day is coming. Although I love the fathers in my life dearly, it seems all of them either have everything they want, have no room for anything else, or are straight up picky.  So here’s what my already stressed brain wants to do for Father’s Day gifts: nothing. Okay, not nothing. But I may just […]

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Farmers Market Round-Up for Tennessee {2017}

In Nashville, summer time means fresh, locally-grown fruits and veggies in abundance! We’re in prime Farmers’ Market season, y’all. Use our round-up of Tennessee Markets—conveniently divided up by county—to find your local market. (Hours included when available.) Want more info before your market day? Feel free to contact your local farmers market ahead of time. Not sure what to buy? Check what’s […]

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Summer in Splashville: Pool and Splashpad Roundup

Summer is my favorite season. It’s the season of ice cream treats, summer movies, summer camp, and some truly fantastic farmers markets in Nashville. I have always been a waterbug—a girl who should have been born much closer to the beach. I’ll take 90 degrees over 30 any day. But dang, it gets hot here. Recall last year’s eternal summer? When […]

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