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20. Nash Spring Bash

Today at Centennial Park #nashspringbash

365 Days of Music City

Today, head on over to Centennial Park for Nash Spring Bash, an awesome festival featuring some of Nashville’s best vendors. There will be a ton of local fashion merchants (see below for list) displaying their goods and offering you the chance to find a style that is truly Nashville. Not only that, but Nashville Food Trucks like The Grilled Cheeserie, Itty Bitty Donuts, Bacon Nation, and more will offer the food for the day. AND, of course, there will be live music performed by The Pressure Kids, Carly moffa, Joel Levi, Lyndsey Crawford, and Forest Fire Gospel Choir. It’s a Nashville event filled with Nashville things that equals the perfect Nashville day. Join the fun.

List of Vendors:

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Blush Boutiques
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Hey Wanderer
Fashionable
Margaret Grace Design
The Well
Top knot vintage
Exile International
m.florita jewelery
L.O.C.A.L
Sweet Sleep
One Man
and more!

Just in case you missed…

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Monthly Events: Talk & Tour

The Salvation Army-Nashville

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If you’re a fan of free lunch, stories that pull on your heartstrings, programs that inspire, and making new friends, then we highly recommend you join us for our Talk & Tour where you can take part in all of these things.

Talk & Tour happens every third Thursday of the month, and in our efforts to raise awareness of the programs of The Salvation Army, we offer a tour of our facilities and a broad overview of our programs.

We have met some great friends through Talk & Tour, and have been privileged to create new relationships and partnerships that have allowed us all to do some great work together for Nashville.

For our donors, this is a great way for you to see just what your money is supporting. You will get to meet and hear from clients who have benefited from our Transitional Housing, our Life Skills Learning…

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We Are (Still) Nashville

I Love Team Green! 💚

The AdventureBlog

During the spring and summer, Nashville is blooming with community service opportunities. The enthusiasm and pride that our city takes in improving one another’s quality of life is without a doubt one of the reasons we became the “It City.” The big question is, how do you choose which service projects to commit your time to? Team Green Adventures is no stranger to the world of Nashville non-profits. We work closely with nearly every non-profit that puts an emphasis on improving our environment, feeding the hungry, and building lifetime skills for both volunteers and beneficiaries. This week’s blog spotlights some of our favorite non-profits and community projects we’ll team up on throughout the year!

SKILL BUILDING

Building: Habitat for Humanity
We work with both the Williamson-Maury County and Davidson County Habitat for Humanity programs. All Habitat for Humanity homes are built using LEED-certified practices. Families who receive these…

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Notable Nashvillians: Beth Inglish’s Guide To Artober

#ArtOberNashville

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It’s going to be an artful October, Nashville.

Our city is undoubtedly a pioneer of the arts. Whether you are a regular Picasso or you learned all you know about painting from Paint By Numbers and/or the majestically fro’d Bob Ross (because, as Bob says, “we don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents”), we know you’re going to get something awesome out of Artober. What is Artober, you ask? Only the coolest month-long celebration of arts and culture in the world (we might be biased, but it’s true). Artists from all walks of life and various mediums (visual, performance, etc.) are coming together to deliver some expertly curated events, held in conjunction with National Arts & Humanities Month. So what makes Nashville’s art scene the best?

To get the inside scoop, we chatted with Beth Inglish, Nashville lady and artist extraordinaire! From her work with Mending Hearts on a community…

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Wannado October? Your Guide To Nashville’s First Month Of Fall

My Favorite time of year in Nashville

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It’s no secret: we’re pumped for fall.

Just like the enthusiastic gentleman/creature above, thinking about cool weather, breaking out our turtlenecks, carving jack-o-lanterns, and most importantly choosing our Halloween costumes has us in a fall frenzy. We’ve been perusing all our local coffee shops for their seasonal lattes, sending out our preemptive pumpkin patch evites to our 25 closest friends; basically being on the constant lookout for all things cozy. We know it can be hard in a city this awesome to find all the things you love, so we thought we’d do some of the leg work for you. We got so excited thinking about October, we almost spilled our pumpkin spice latte. Here are some of the highlights if you want to:

Have A Musical Moment

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LEGENDS:

10/4: Sometimes we forget that some of the founders of rock n’ roll are still among us. Come see the legendary…

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