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  • Thu
    21
    Feb
    2019
    Sat
    23
    Feb
    2019

    PickTN Conference

    All DayCool Springs Marriott, Franklin, TN

    The Pick TN Conference is a 501c3 educational event made up of eight TN Producer Associations:

    These eight associations come together to offer educational classes, a vibrant trade show and networking opportunities for producers to better their business.

    Check out the schedule and registration at https://picktnconference.com/

  • Sun
    03
    Mar
    2019

    5th Annual CSA Day

    10 a.m.-2 p.m.Nashville Farmers' Market, 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville

    Learn about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) offerings, shop with local and regional farmers and artisans, enjoy cooking demonstrations, food trucks and live music.

    Free to the public!

     

  • Sun
    03
    Mar
    2019

    Nashville Lawn and Garden Show-Changing Times, Changing Gardens

    All DayThe Fairgrounds, 500 Wedgewood Ave., Nashville, TN

    Nashville’s most beloved gardening event will celebrate 30 years with Changing Times, Changing Gardens, a Show designed to reflect the changing landscapes of Middle Tennessee. The 2019 Nashville Lawn and Garden Show, scheduled for February 28 – March 3 at The Fairgrounds Nashville, will focus on the changing trends and realities of modern cityscapes, suburban and rural gardens, community initiatives, container and waterwise gardens, organic foods, sustainability, and more.

    “As Nashville has gone from a small city to the ‘It City’, the way folks in and around Nashville garden and think about planting flowers and trees has also changed,” said Randall Lantz, co-manager of the Nashville Lawn and Garden Show. “With that in mind, we also wanted to make a change to better reflect the changing times and changing gardens in our area. People want to learn to grow organic vegetables on their patio or balcony. People are thinking about where their food comes from and ways to better conserve our resources. This year’s Nashville Lawn and Garden Show will provide inspiration and learning opportunities that focus on these ideas.”

    The Nashville Lawn and Garden show has inspired generations of plant lovers with its live, indoor garden spaces. Creatively constructed patios, pergolas, water features, landscapes and containers of bright flowers serve as motivation for green thumbs – and those who would like to learn. Workshops focused on gardening in smaller spaces and lectures on teaching attendees to be successful growing plants are free with paid admission to the Show. Shoppers enjoy more than 250 vendor booths filled with garden décor, plants, flowers, lawn equipment, farmhouse crafts, and more. Food trucks will be on-site for a great variety of dining options.

    As Tennessee’s largest and most popular annual gardening event, the Show welcomes more than 15,000 visitors to delight in an early breath of spring. The fully handicapped-accessible Nashville Lawn and Garden Show is hosted at The Fairgrounds Nashville.

    http://nashvillelawnandgardenshow.com/

  • Fri
    03
    May
    2019
    Mon
    06
    May
    2019

    48th Annual Spring Tennessee Craft Fair

    All DayCentennial Park, Nashville

    Join the Nashville tradition of celebrating and supporting American handmade craft at this premier event on the lawn in Centennial Park. Shop one-of-a-kind, finely crafted artwork directly from the juried, award-winning artists. A unique feature of Tennessee Craft Fairs requires artists to be on-site. While shopping, you’ll meet the artists, learn what inspires them and how they take raw materials like clay, wood, metal and glass and transform them into fine craft.

    In addition to the array of high quality craft, visitors enjoy fun hands-on activities in our Kids’ Tent, food from area vendors and demonstrations from artisans aimed to educate as they create pieces in front of your eyes.

    https://tennesseecraft.org

  • Sat
    04
    May
    2019
    Sat
    11
    May
    2019

    78th Annual Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival

    All dayPortland, TN

    78th Annual Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival
    This year's theme is "Berried Treasure."

    Enjoy live music, over 125 food, craft & information vendors, contests, inflatables & activities for kids, carnival, 5K walk/run and more! The parade will be at 4:00pm followed by a free concert at 6:30pm featuring Lee Gibson on the Market Street stage. Fireworks will follow the concert in the downtown Portland area.

    Visit www.middletnstrawberryfestival.com for more information including a schedule of events, registration forms, directions and more. Information on the website will be updated as the event gets closer.

    History:
    In the early 1900's Portland's big industry was "strawberries". In addition to the large number of farms and agricultural businesses growing the country’s finest berries, there was a creating factory, a fruit processing plant, a canning factory, and a freezing facility producing strawberries for Breyers Ice Cream and other national brands.

    During the peak of the strawberry business Portland would ship out 30 railroad cars a day. Portland started hosting the Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival in 1941, and that tradition continues today. Each year in mid-May the festival brings 30,000+ people together to celebrate the importance of the strawberry industry to Portland’s heritage.

    Portland has become more industrialized over the past few decades, but we still have several local strawberry farmers who bring strawberries to sell at the Festival & have pick-your-own farms available in the area. We can't predict what the strawberry crop will look like each year as the weather plays a huge factor in the size of the strawberry crop, but our community still celebrates together each May the importance strawberries have on our town's heritage.

    We hope you will join us this year to celebrate! The Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival provides an opportunity for people to travel to Portland to enjoy the events, the food, the community and the small-town feel of Portland with family & friends.

  • Sat
    18
    May
    2019

    2019 Urban Gardening Festival

    9-4 p.m.Ellington Agricultural Center, Demo Garden, Nashville, TN

    Every year, rain or shine, on the third Saturday of May the Master Gardeners of Davidson County host the Urban Gardening Festival. They welcome the public to learn more about a wide variety of gardening methods and techniques while also engaging with local artisans, exhibitors, growers, markets, producers, and other organizations from across the Greater Nashville and Middle Tennessee areas.

    http://www.mgofdc.org/

  • Sat
    01
    Jun
    2019

    Health, Fitness and Wellness Fest

    All dayVanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center, Nashville, TN

    The Nashville Health & Wellness Fest—Music City’s new health, fitness and wellness event—is coming to the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center on June 1, 2019.

    Developed by the Nashville Health & Wellness Magazine, the Fest will open with a high-octane demo by Erin Oprea, fitness trainer for Carrie Underwood and author of “The 4x4 Diet”, plus other industry speakers, interactive workshops and more than 200 exhibitors.

    Main stage events and workshops will include a variety of fun wellness topics, such as a Puppy Pilates session by the Nashville Humane Society. Other workshops will be led by Thistle Farms Founder Becca Stevens; Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor Paris Goodyear-Brown; Chef Charity Morgan; Yoga Instructor Lauren Zoeller; Motivational Speaker Cortney Edmondson; the Alzheimer’s Association; the Heimerdinger Foundation; Harmonized Brain Centers and more to be announced.

    https://nashvillehealthandwellnessfest.com/