Go Green Middle Tennessee!
Head on over to the Farmer's Market in McMinnville today for FREE watermelon day. You'll get the homegrown fruit at no charge, along with LIVE entertainment and FREE recipe books. The Farmer's Market is downtown by the water tower.
The Grammy Award winning gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama are performing LIVE and FREE at Musician's Corner. These FREE weekly concerts start back up September 1 at Centennial Park in Nashville. The Blind Boys of Alabama were formed at an Alabama school for the blind back in 1939. The concert starts at 3pm and ends at 6pm next Saturday.
There's a great FREE class for middle schoolers at the Franklin Recreation Complex on Hillsboro Road today. It's called Time Tango: Middle School Survival Dance. Instructors will go over how to handle tests, homework, free time and more to prepare middle schoolers for success in and out of school. The FREE class is one hour from 10-11am.
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Earth Day 2012 Living Green & Healthy
The Nashville community will celebrate the eleventh annual Nashville Earth Day Festival onSaturday, April 21, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Centennial Park.This years theme, Living Green & Healthy will help the community take another step toward Mayor Karl Deans goal of making Nashville the greenest city in the Southeast.The event is free and open to all ages.
The Nashville Earth Day Festivalhas been held in Centennial Park for the past 11 years and has grown to over 10,000 people in attendance.
The event will feature many exhibits and activities aimed at educating Middle Tennesseans about protecting our environment. With nearly a hundred family-friendly booths, hosted bycommunity groups, environmental organizations and government agencies, will offer fun and exciting hands-on activities for all ages.