Free Virtual Story Times with Nashville Ballet (ideal for ages 3-8)
Link to sign up: http://bit.ly/3pJYu55
The Singing Tortoise: Saturday, Feb. 27 and Saturday, March 13 at 10:30 a.m. CST
Travel overseas with a Nashville Ballet Teaching Artist and learn the importance of keeping your word in this classic African folktale.
Peter Pan: Saturday, March 6 and Saturday, March 20 at 10: 30 a.m. CST
Join our Nashville Ballet Teaching Artists on an adventure to Neverland to hear how Peter and Tink escaped the devious Captain Hook. Flutter like fairies, make mischief as a Lost Boy and become the menacing Tick Tock Croc, through this interactive story time that teaches dances from Nashville Ballet’s own production of Peter Pan! For all those young in age or even at heart, come dressed in your PJs for this timeless story time adventure. Appropriate for all ages and adults that never grew up.
Free Inside the Ballet Lecture Series (perfect for older kids and adults)
Link to register: https://bit.ly/3dFkNX5
Join some of the artists of Nashville Ballet for a lecture series that takes participants behind the scenes of upcoming performances! Creative experts will lead engaging discussions to illustrate how your favorite works are brought to life on stage. This series is perfect for ballet lovers and inquisitive minds alike! This is a FREE event, but advance registration is required. -Tuesday, March 16, 2021 – Allison Zamorski, Rehearsal Director
-Thursday, March 18, 2021 – Paul Vasterling, Nashville Ballet Artistic Director and Choreographer, and Mitchel Korn, Senior Lecturer of Music and Education at the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt
Attitude Part I Virtual Premiere (the perfect date night!)
March 5-7 Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here:https://bit.ly/2M985ViLearn more:nashvilleballet.com/attitude-2021Christopher Stuart’s smash-hit Johnny Cash ballet Under the Lights returns to the stage in Attitude Part I March 5-7! Accompanying this fan-favorite performance is renowned choreographer Jennifer Archibald’s Superstitions, featuring an original score by Cristina Spinei. Don’t miss your chance to see these beloved performances, back by popular demand, in Nashville Ballet’s two-part virtual series: Attitude!
Picasso. Figures, an exhibition from the incomparable collection of the Musée national Picasso-Paris, offers an in-depth look at Pablo Picasso’s career-long fascination with the human figure as a means of expressing a range of subjects and emotions. Featuring approximately 75 paintings, works on paper, and sculptures, Picasso. Figures makes its sole U.S. appearance in Nashville in the Frist’s Ingram Gallery from February 5 through May 2, 2021. Advance timed entry tickets for this exhibition are available. Reserve your tickets here.
For the third year, Cheekwood is excited to present Orchids in the Mansion, an exhibit that celebrates orchids and other tropical foliage with colorful and creative displays arranged throughout the Mansion’s historic rooms. The exhibit will be open to the public beginning Saturday, Jan. 30, and will run through Sunday, Feb. 28.
There will also be a Virtual Lecture series to discuss this year’s displays and at-home orchid care. The first, “Orchids 101 Online Workshop,” will take place Saturday, Feb. 6 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. and will cover foundational information for growing common orchids year-round. The second lecture, “Orchid Repotting Online Workshop,” will take place Saturday, Feb. 13 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. and will share the essential steps for repotting orchids. Advanced registration is required for both lectures, which cost $15 for non-members and $12 for members. Learn more and register at www.cheekwood.org/calendar.
Admission to this exhibit, which will be open Tuesday through Sunday, 9 a.m. till 5 p.m., is included with the purchase of a “Gardens & Mansion Access” ticket, which must be purchased in advance online at cheekwood.org. Admission for members is free and must be reserved in advance online.
Winterfest is happening at Gaylord Opryland now through March 21st! Activities include: At Pinetop outdoor village, there’s plenty of space for enjoying oversized winter light displays, live performances, tubing, ice skating and lessons, ice bumper cars, winter warmer beverages plus an all-new, live Fire & Ice Skating Show featuring champion skaters, big jumps, fast spins and awe-inspiring throws and lifts. Jack Frost’s Frigid Finds Scavenger Hunt where kids and adults become real-life explorers as they navigate the resort for clues to earn a special prize. Travel down our scenic indoor river for the Winter Riverboat Ride in the 4.5 acre Delta atrium ∙ The Wildlife Rescue Experience presented by bubly™ guides guests throughout the resort to track down endangered species and help ensure that they are monitored for their protection. The free adventure highlights indigenous animals from Colorado and, with the magic of augmented reality, brings them to life before the participants’ eyes. Private carriage rides The resort’s famous Magnolia lawn holiday lights display will remain in place through March 21 for a wintry evening stroll ∙ Other free activities include a movie theatre, Winter Animal Encounters, selfie spots, and self-guided hotel tours
HQ’s Beercade Suessville on 2nd,” will take place through early March of 2021. This interactive pop-up will feature magical installations created by a set designer from Seussical the Musical. There will be a new menu of eccentric cocktails, in which HQ Beercade will donate 10% of select drinks sold to the Nashville Neighbors Fund to support the victims of the Christmas Day bombing of Downtown Nashville. The pop-up will be open Monday through Friday from 4:00pm to 6:00pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11:00am to 1:00pm. All ages are welcome. Admission is $5