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The Only Local Guide To Food And Farms In Middle Tennessee - Spring 2017
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  • Thu
    01
    Jun
    2017

    Farm Day at Glen Leven Farm

    5-7 p.m.Glen Leven Farm, 4000 Franklin Pike, Nashville

    Grab your blanket and favorite picnic snack and join The Land Trust for Tennessee for a special early evening event at Glen Leven Farm,  a historic 65-acre oasis located four miles from downtown Nashville.

    During your visit, relax out on the lawn and connect with nature at this one-of-a kind working landscape, which is not regularly open to the public. Guests are invited to plant a Tennessee wildflower, sample raw honey from the Glen Leven Farm Honey Bee Sanctuary, breathe deeply in a certified arboretum and more. The Hermitage Hotel’s Double H Farms will also lead tours of its garden where it grows food for Capitol Grille and Jackalope Brewery will demonstrate how it grows local hops on the property.

    The event is free to all ages, and there is a $10 suggested donation per vehicle to support The Land Trust for Tennessee. Service animals, only, please as this is a working farm.

    http://landtrusttn.org/eveningatglenleven/

  • Sat
    03
    Jun
    2017

    Williamson County Master Gardeners Annual Garden Fair

    Ag-Expo Park, Franklin

    Perennials, annuals and native plants. Artisan crafts and gifts.

    http://www.wcmga.net/fundraisers

  • Sat
    03
    Jun
    2017

    Red Boiling Springs Folk Medicine Festival

    9 a.m.-5 p.m.Downtown Red Boiling Springs

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    The goal of the Red Boiling Springs Folk Medicine Festival is pass on knowledge, skills and traditions that ensure the survival of folk activities; from old time medicine and natural healing arts to arts and crafts that demonstrate the traditional, handmade way of not only creating art but useful housefold items.

  • Sat
    17
    Jun
    2017

    Taste of Music City

    5-9 p.m.Downtown Nashville, Public Square Park, Nashville

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    One of Nashville’s largest food and drink events is celebrating its 15th anniversary with the biggest all-inclusive tasting session yet covering downtown’s Public Square Park. Multiple tents will house chefs and restaurants offering delicious samples of their fabulous fare, and wine, beer and cocktails will also be available to wash it all down. For a lovely summer evening of food and fun, don’t miss the Taste of Music City!

    Tickets http://www.tasteofmusiccity.com/

  • Sat
    08
    Jul
    2017

    Middle Tennessee Iris Society Annual Sale

    Ellington Agricultural Center, Ed Jones Auditorium, Nashville

    The sale takes place in early July, since this is the best time to divide irises. Tons of beautiful cultivars and modern varieties, as well as a limited selection of historic irises.