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“Many folks associate Rebecca Farm with eventing in the summer, so we’re thrilled to try something new, and bring a different kind of sporting event to Rebecca Farm in the winter,” Broussard shares.
“Not only is skijoring a unique sport in itself, it is so much fun to watch.” Derived from the Norwegian word skikjøring meaning “ski driving,” skijoring is a winter sport that combines skiing and horseback riding.
Musicians Corner takes place at Centennial Park on Friday nights and Saturdays through June and again in August and September. The 23nd annual RC-Moon Pie Festival, celebrating the South's first "fast food," is 9 a.m. June 17 in Bell Buckle, the little railroad village 55 miles from Nashville. King Magnet School, and Kirkpatrick Sprayground is at 620 S. Metro's Regional Community Centers at Hadley, Coleman, Hartman, Mc Cabe, Sevier, Southeast and East parks have free indoor walking tracks and gymnasiums, as well as affordable fitness classes and workout centers. Cheap's columns can be found at tennessean.com/mscheap.
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Take a picnic, buy a bottle (or not) and enjoy good, live outdoor music. Arrington Vineyards, 6211 Patton Rd., in Arrington, Tenn., has "Music in the Vines" concerts from 4-8 p.m. on June 3, and a Geocaching 101 class and hunt at 2 p.m. every Saturday in June for ages 13 and up, and an "Owl Prowl" from - 9 p.m. This 680-acre Civil War battlefield in Murfreesboro has a visitor center where you can get a map and enjoy a self-guided tour. And in August there are three concerts In business since 1879, Hatch was the printer of choice for "Grand Ole Opry" stars for many decades. Bands include: Missy Garnett & Pistols on June 9; Hoffman on Aug. There are also weekly prize drawings and tons of fun events, including puppet shows, magic shows, science days, storytelling and more.