This was so fun, because we went into collective clothing two days in a row and found so many things we loved.
The book store next to it, along with blue skies are good finds on this street.
Here, you will find antiques, gifts, furniture, original art and name brand clothing.
Take a break at one of the many charming eateries or simply relax as you watch the people go by.
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.
Spend a day in downtown Cleveland, where unique shops and local boutiques abound. You pay a set price, and then you eat whatever the chefs feel like making.Bonus - you don't find out what you're eating until the meal is over. It's fun especially if you're interested in art, which, lucky for me, my partner in crime is.It features some pretty sweet views as well and is easily accessible from the walking bridge!