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Nashville Symphony Summer Community Concert series is a perennial favorite, with seven outdoor concerts set for 2017 at various midstate parks in June. Gallatin's Third Thursdays on Main is a series of outdoor concerts held monthly June through September on the Historic Public Square. The 60-member Williamson County Community Band and the Nashville Community Concert Band have a number of free concerts indoors and outdoors. For the Nashville Community Band lineup, call 615-352-7713 or see Members bring telescopes or you can bring your own to explore the night sky. Almost every nonprofit has some activities, but the best source for volunteering is Hands On Nashville, which has a calendar full of good options for all ages and interests. Watch the Titans open practices and get some autographs in late July and early August at Saint Thomas Sports Park, 45 Great Circle Road in Metro Center. Enjoy spring college football games -- Vanderbilt's Black and Gold, TSU's Blue and White and MTSU's Blue and White game, all free.61.
These concerts draw thousands of picnickers and music lovers who enjoy a night out at the concerts. Smyrna Parks and Recreation has monthly summer Cruise-Ins with classic cars, live music, food and inflatables. Society amateur and professional astronomers are on hand to answer questions and help new star gazers. Vanderbilt's Dyer Observatory, 1000 Oman Drive, Brentwood, has "Open House Days" 9 a.m.-noon the first Tuesday of each month. "Shakespeare Allowed," a partnership between the Nashville Shakespeare Festival and the Nashville Public Library, takes place at noon on the first Saturday of every month for a reading of one play. Vanderbilt also has two annual Dore Jam fan events, one before the football season kicks off and one at the beginning of basketball season, when fans can meet the coaches and players, and enjoy some fun activities. All Belmont Bruin baseball games are free ( 615-460-6420), as are the Trevecca Nazarene Trojan games ( 615-248-1271).
Thesymphony also has an "Annual Free Day of Music" in the fall, which is a full day of music from numerous groups including a full Nashville Symphony performance in the beautiful Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Make a reservation and get a tour of the observatory and star chamber, and look through the solar telescope. The monthly flea market at the Fairgrounds Nashville is always fun to explore. Two other baseball options: The Tennessee Association of Vintage Baseball, (tennesseevintagebaseball.com), which uses 19th century baseball rules with underhand pitching and no gloves, plays at various Midstate locations through the summer; and the Nashville Old Timers Baseball Association ( which has a field at Shelby Park.63.
The symphony also has four free "On Stage" events that feature an intimate performance and conversation, with the audience sitting either on the stage or in the choir loft in Laura Turner Concert Hall. "String City: Nashville's Tradition of Music and Puppetry" will be performed at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum June 26-July 8, with daily shows at 10 and a.m., except Sunday. Family-friendly and dog-friendly Musicians Corner lawn parties take place on most Friday nights and Saturday afternoons in May, June, select Saturdays in August and September at Centennial Park, with all genres of music, children's activities, local artisans and food trucks. Jazz on the Cumberland concert series on the waterfront at Cumberland Park, 592 S. If it's hockey you like, a good chance to get a free insider look at the Nashville Predators is by catching a practice. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has a free family day program usually on the first Sunday of the month.
There is a new beginner trail at Bells Bend Outdoor Center, where you can borrow a bike to try it out. You could also enjoy a serious bike ride at the Lock 4 Bike Trail in Gallatin, where there's a 9-mile USA Cycling-sanctioned base course and a 3-mile kids course (615-822-2512).
Other good mountain biking spots are Long Hunter State Park's Jones Mill Mountain Bike Trail, a 3.5-mile loop for hiking or mountain biking (615-885-2422), and more than 20 miles of mountain bike trails at Montgomery Bell State Park (615-797-9052).96.
(It is a great way to get free Parthenon admission.) Plus bookstores, like Parnassus and Barnes & Noble, and attractions like the Frist Center for the Visual Arts and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.66. In the hot summer months, little ones love the spraygrounds. There is more water at the Don Fox Community Park, 955 Baddour Parkway, Lebanon, where there's a wading pool, water umbrellas and other fun spraying features.Nashville Public Library's Wishing Chair Productions professional puppeteer troupe performs hundreds of shows a year at the Main Library and in the community through the Puppet Truck. Shows are almost all Friday and Saturday mornings through the year at the Main Library. City of Franklin offers a number of free family days, including an Arbor Day celebration on April 22 at Pinkerton Park, Touch a Truck on May 19 at Jim Warren Park, June 3 Kids Art Festival at Pinkerton Park, Animal Show for Kids on June 14 at Pinkerton Park, Kids Water Day on July 26 at Pinkerton Park, and Family Day on Nov. In Nashville, there are three — the Watkins Park Sprayground, the Kirkpatrick Sprayground, and the largest and most elaborate - at Cumberland Park, all of which are open mid-June through August. There is also the popular Ava's Splash Pad water playground for little ones in Charlie Daniel's Park in Mt. The park also has a 2½-mile paved trail, track, exercise station and picnic tables. Kidsville at the Parthenon event takes place at 11 a.m.1, National Trails Day Hike, National Public Lands Day Hike and Black Friday Hike.On these days, all of our state parks offer a ranger-led hike for the public. If you want a flat, paved walking trail that can easily accommodate strollers and wheelchairs, the Centennial Park 1-mile trail that encircles the Parthenon is perfect.