September 2016

Found 10 blog entries for September 2016.

October

The 20th Annual Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival

Nashville is a fantastic place to live because it is a melting pot of many cultures, and the Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival is a great event that showcases all of the culture that Nashville has to offer. The free festival will feature a variety of music and dance performances on 5 different stages as well as food vendors that will be offering exotic tastes from around the globe. The world market will be filled with booths that will not only have imported and hand-made items from around the world, but also information on various non-profits and services that benefit our community around the world. Happening on October 1st from 10am-6pm at Centennial Park.

 

Gallatin’s Main Street

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Gorgeous brand new home on Woodmont Boulevard in Green Hills with 3,554 square feet and 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Each room is spacious and has its own en suite bathroom. The best part about this home is how close it is to shops, restaurants, boutiques and very easy access to the interstates. This home has a large attention to detail and comes with high end finishes in all rooms. Listed for $799,900 by Chad Sain and Matthew Read from Parks in the Gulch. Find more about this listing here.

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5k In and around Nashville, TN, there are a plethora of foot races held every year, ranging from children’s 1Ks to Nashville’s Ultra Marathon. For those runners who are looking to stay or get fit by entering 5Ks, there are plenty of those, too. In fact, if you’re currently using the “Couch to 5K” program to lose weight or improve your health, Nashville is definitely the right place for you. Below, we’ve included some of Nashville’s most famous and well-known 5K runs to get you started, but there are so many more.

 

Nashville Oktoberfest 5K Bier Run

As the second biggest 5K race in Tennessee, this race coincides with the popular and annual Nashville Oktoberfest. The festival boasts three days of entertainment for everyone in the family, so if

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Stunning 5 bedroom and 4 full bathroom, new construction home in a picturesque setting on quiet street. This home sits gracefully on a spacious, wide lot with porte-cochere & a private, fenced back yard. This house has wonderful entertaining areas like a family room, bonus room, media room, office and study. The master bedroom comes complete with high ceilings and abundant natural light. Listed for $1,300,000 by Mary Beth Thomas and John Brittle from Parks in the Gulch. Find out more about this listing here.

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parksinnash If you are thinking of moving to middle Tennessee and you have young children,  it would naturally make your life a lot easier if your new home was located in close proximity to a park. Young couples who are thinking of starting a family in the near future may also want to consider the advantages of having a playground for your soon-to-be little ones within walking distance.

 

Living close to a park is ideal for anyone who loves the outdoors. With a park nearby, you’ll be able to take leisurely walks anytime you want. You will also have a safe place to exercise if you like to do so in the fresh, outside air.

 

Finding a house close to a park in middle Tennessee isn’t hard to do since it is such a beautiful geographic location. There…
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Located in Williamson County, this exquisite 4 bedroom/4.5 bathroom custom built home comes with a 1 bedroom/1.5 bathroom guest house. This home has a backyard made for endless fun with a screened-in porch, pool with a waterfall, outdoor kitchen, hot tub, fire pit, and a soccer field….that’s right a soccer field, all on 2.25 acres of land! This dream home comes complete with a brand new kitchen with top of the line renovations and appliances. Listed for $1,299,000 by Sarah Beth Litzenberg from Parks on Main. Find out more about this listing here.

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Sports Complex If you are trying to stay healthy and active while enjoying the outdoors in Middle Tennessee, you can benefit from learning about the various sports complexes in the area. A sports complex isn’t just a fitness center, but is comprised of a number of sports facilities that may include: a football stadium, a track and field center, a baseball field, basketball courts, tennis courts, a swimming pool a gymnasium, walking trails, dog parks and more.

 

Additionally, some sports complexes have great places for gatherings like covered pavilions, picnic tables, and outdoor grills available for use. For your guidance, we’ve compiled some information about several of the best sports complexes in middle Tennessee, listed below:

 

Centennial

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The lakes and rivers in Middle Tennessee boast some of the most beautiful and serene views in all of the state. And thanks to the abundance of lakes and rivers in the area, there are many recreational activities available to residents and visitors. From kayaking on the Cumberland River, to hiking around Radnor Lake, there is so much to discover!

 

Radnor Lake

Located just 10 minutes South of Nashville in Brentwood, TN., lays Radnor Lake State Park, a park that offers many hiking trails and the overwhelmingly beautiful, 85-acre lake. Hikers can walk the four unpaved trails that surround the lake and enjoy wilderness native to Middle Tennessee such as river otters, beavers, bobcats and white-tailed deer.

 

Cumberland River

At 695 miles

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As a parent of young children, you’re naturally always on the lookout for new ways to keep them entertained. Kids typically have boundless energy that they need an outlet for – and if you don’t provide them with one, they may end up creating mischief to have fun while you’re not looking. Needless to say, you’ll thank yourself later for planning fun activities when your children are engaged, safe and out of harm’s way.

 

If you’re lucky enough to have your own backyard space, choose from this awesome list of activities that won’t cost you a bundle of money:

     

  • Outdoor finger (or brush) painting
     

  • Gardening for kids
     

  • Picnicking 
     

  • Scavenger hunt
     

  • DIY Art camp – set up easels and have your kids
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September around Middle Tennessee is jammed packed with amazing concerts, festivals, and even the state fair! Take a look at whats ahead for the month to come.

 

Southern Living #NashvilleNow Weekend

Southern Living has chosen to feature the city of Nashville to celebrate their 50th anniversary! The magazine has set up a weekend at local restaurants, bars, boutiques and art galleries to show you all of the latest happenings in Music City. You can purchase individual tickets to each event happening all over the city like the craft beer and hot chicken tasting, a honky tonk crawl, a blues brunch and more! Find out the other events and how to purchase tickets here. Takes place September 2nd-5th.

 

Taste of Hendersonville

Make sure to come

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