Only two weekends remain for “Art Nashville”, a free exhibit at Haynes Galleries. This exhibit features Nashville’s most acclaimed contemporary realists.
The featured artists include: photography from John Guider and John Baeder, paintings by Richard Greathouse and Amanda Hope Cook, Alan LeQuire’s sculptures, Jody Thompson’s miniature paintings and portraits by world-renown and French born Count Bernard de Claviere who now resides in Nashville. The exhibit runs through August 15.
Haynes Galleries is located on the Music Row Roundabout at 1600 Division Street, Suite 140.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by appointment.
1964 The Tribute (presented without orchestra)
One Nashville show only: 8 p.m., Friday, August 7 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
For over 50 years millions of people around the globe and across multiple generations have become Beatles fans. Since the 1980’s audiences have enjoyed this show and, along the way, Rolling Stone Magazine called it “The Best Beatles Tribute on Earth”.
This show incorporates songs prior to the Sgt. Pepper era and recreates an early 1960’s Beatles concert complete with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles and onstage banter.
August 6 – 8, Nashville and Middle Tennessee will host a series of events honoring 27 Medal of Honor recipients. The events will include Town Hall Forums open to the public Friday morning, August 6 at First Baptist Church, Lipscomb University and Volunteer State Community College.
Friday evening there will be a special Grand Ole Opry Show honoring the Medal of Honor.
The three-days of events will be punctuated Saturday, August 8 with a “Heroes Honoring Heroes” parade. The parade will host the largest gathering of Medal of Honor Recipients in the history of Middle Tennessee. It will begin at 8:30 a.m. at 10th Avenue and proceed down Broadway, and eventually conclude at 2nd Avenue. The parade will be followed by a full day Military Display Street Fair including a special 50th Vietnam War Anniversary Commemoration.
You can find a full schedule of events for the weekend on the Nashville Salutes website.
Saturday, August 8, 7 – 11 p.m., at Carnton Plantation in Franklin.
Beckoning back to the 1920’s when the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages was illegal in the USA this casual evening at Carnton Plantation offers guests the opportunity to taste local whiskeys and moonshines. In addition to these Williamson County inspired beverages the evening’s fare is made complete with an authentic southern supper and rousing musical entertainment.
The Carnton Plantation was founded in 1826 by former Nashville mayor – Randal McGavock, (1768 – 1843) and was home to one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War.
Tickets are $50 per person or $75 for a couple. All proceeds from this fundraiser go toward the maintenance of The Carter House and Carnton Plantation.
Reservations are required, and you can reserve your spot now.
StandUp Paddling (SUP) Tour
Take a 2 – 3 hour stand up paddling (SUP) tour of Nashville’s Cumberland River with Big Willie’s Action Sports.
The fun begins when you meet the “Willie Wagon” at Downtown Nashville’s Riverfront Park.
You’ll then be transported to Shelby Park and use the gentle current of the Cumberland River to glide past beautiful vistas and scenes of downtown Nashville.
The entire tour runs $65 per person, but if you have a group of five or more friends that drops to only $55 per person to take in views of the city you won’t find anywhere else. Don’t worry if you’ve never paddle boarded before, they provide lessons before you begin and make it a great afternoon for beginners and experienced paddle boarders alike.
With how nice the weather is predicted to be this weekend, you may want to reserve your spot now!