What to Do with Your Kids in Nashville This Fall

  1. Christy says:

    Great information! Thanks so much for putting it all in one place!

  2. heather says:

    Really love this list, but if you could set your blog so that the links would open in a new window, that would have made looking through it a lot easier… Thank you!

  3. Kristy McFarlin Chudley says:

    When you head down to the Banana Pudding Festival, but sure to stop to eat at one or more of our favorite places in Hickman County – Snappy Pizza, The Fish Camp (delicious catfish), or the Beacon Light Tea Room. The Beacon Light was established in 1936 and Lon Loveless (of the Loveless Cafe) was one of the early proprietors. My family refers to it as the “original” Loveless Cafe. 🙂 They still serve incredible country ham, biscuits, and homemade preserves (as well as other favorites). We try to hit at least one of those on every trip from Knoxville.

    • suburbanturmoil says:

      Kristy, I just drove past The Beacon Light on the way back from Camp Nacome over the weekend and it was PACKED. I said something to my husband about it and he told me he’s eaten there several times and it’s great. I can’t wait to try it!

  4. Eliza says:

    Also, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts has a free Artful Tales program on Sunday, October 19th from 2-3. Kids get to listen to a storyteller then do an art project that goes along with it. Usually the story and project go along with whatever art exhibit they have at the time. It is so much fun and great for younger children!

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