Things to Do This Weekend: April 13-15

Nashville always has something going on but the events listed below you just cannot miss! 

April 13 – Highballs and Hydrangeas at Cheekwood

Highballs & Hydrangeas is a chic Friday night cocktail fling for Nashville’s young, hip, art-loving crowd that introduces them to the contemporary side of Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art. Things to Do This Weekend in Nashville

April 13-15  –  Annual Bloom & Garden Expo

Bloom ‘n’ Garden is a one-stop-shop for all things gardening, and is a must see for casual and serious gardeners alike. The Expo features around 20 unique gardens with displays of water features, fountains, stonework, and art alongside beautiful landscapes. Over 100 vendor and exhibit booths will provide unique garden accessories, tools, and handmade crafts. Hundreds of plants will be available from knowledgeable vendors who are more than happy to answer questions about planting times, methods, maintenance and much more.

April 15 – Free Family Day Festival at the Frist

Enjoy a day of discovery and creativity, filled with art activities, live music, and exciting demonstrations. Bring your family and friends to share in a day filled with art and imagination! Exhibitions highlighted during the free day include To See as Artists See: American Art from The Phillips Collection; Fairy Tales, Monsters, and the Genetic Imagination; and Answers to Questions: John Wood and Paul Harrison.

Cumberland Park opens Sunday on riverfront

Last minute work is still being done on Nashville's newest park Cumberland Park which opens this Sunday April 15. The recreational/environmental project is years in the making and features spray fountains, rain curtains, rock climbing wall concert stage wakling trails and a massive lawn for lounging around. Photo Credit: Shelley Mays for The Tennessean

April 15 – Cumberland Park Opens Downtown

Events when the Cumberland Park on the East Bank opens with a ribbon cutting at 1:30 p.m. include:

  • 1:45 p.m. — Nashville School of the Arts Pop Ensemble
  • 2:15 p.m. — Nashville Public Library Puppet Truck presents “Mother Goose”
  • 4 p.m. — Nashville Children’s Theatre presents the opening scene of “Click Clack Moo: Cows that Type.”

Parking is available in the LP Field Parking lot, with the focus of activities being at the East Bank’s Cumberland Park next to the white Bridge Building beside the Shelby Park Pedestrian Bridge.

About Sutton Lipman

Sutton Lipman Costanza is a native Nashvillian and a second generation REALTOR. She is excited and proud to be a part of The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty team. Sutton graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from The George Washington University. Before selling real estate, she worked at Centerstone, a community-based behavioral health care organization in Nashville. In her free time, Sutton enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, practicing Spanish, knitting and playing tennis. or 615.438.6149
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