Look Ahead to November

November Newsletter

Taste of Nashville

A night to celebrate Nashville’s premier culinary destinations will be on November 4th from 7pm-12am. This food festival will feature Nashville’s best restaurants, bars, desert-makers, distillers, brewers, and more. The Taste of Nashville is the longest running food festival in the area and benefits the Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, W.O Smith Music School, and more. Support Nashville’s youth by coming out to eat and drink. You can purchase tickets here.

 

Brunch & Bid

Gather for the 16th Annual Brunch and Bid for an afternoon of delicious food, silent and live auctions and special appearances from Tennessee’s School for the Blind’s choir and santa! 100% of the proceeds go to the Tennessee’s School for the Blind. Held on November 16th at the Courtyard Marriott in Mt. Juliet from 11:30am-1:30pm.

 

Nashville International Auto Show

Car enthusiast? The Nashville International Auto Show will be held at the Music City Center from November 18th-20th and will be featuring over 350 vehicles. The best part is, you can test drive over 50 different cars! There will be everything from domestic to exotic vehicles. Product specialists will be there to answer any questions with no sales pressure. This is fun for the whole family and kids get in free.

 

Acorn Festival

On November 19th, Oaklands Mansion will host a local and national Indie Rock and Folk music festival. For just $10, you can see Rye Baby, Mountains Like Wax, Boy Named Banjo, The Hardin Draw, and Frontier Ruckus. Tickets and more information can be found here.

 

Music City Yoga Festival

Come out to the Music City Yoga Festival on November 19th to celebrate yoga with like-minded people. Teachers from all over will be hosting yoga sessions to help improve your skill sets, body, and mind. In addition to plenty of yoga, there will be food trucks, live music, vendors, a silent auction and more. Find out more information here.

 

Other events include:

First Friday Art Scene Downtown Franklin on November 4th

2016 Turkey Run on November 5th

Wine Down Main Street on November 5th

Crafty Bastards on November 5th

A Country Christmas starts November 11th

Nolensville Veterans Day Parade on November 12th

Holiday Lights at Cheekwood starts November 25th

Made South Holiday Market on November 28th

 

 

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