The days are running together lately between socially distancing, “homeschooling” and trying to rebuild our city from the tornadoes. Our weekends look a little differently but there are still ways to get enjoy time with your family.
If you’re looking for an online community, great book recommendations and fun meet ups (when we are able to), come join us!
- Monday through Sunday (hours vary)
- Liberty Grace Farms
- Pack a lunch and enjoy some time on the flower farm where you can pick your own blooms. Admission is $7 per person and blooms are $1 each. Read about our experience here.
- There’s never been a better time to get outside and enjoy fresh air and any sunshine that we can. Here a few ideas on places around Middle Tennessee for hikes, nature walks and explorations.
- Radnor Lake
- Edwin Warner
- Timberland Park
- Natchez Trace-Jackson Falls, Garrison Creek
- Percy Warner
- Falls Creek Falls
- Cummins Falls
- Stillhouse Falls
- Harpeth River State Park
- *Tennessee State Parks are open are free of charge
- AR Workshop Franklin has DIY Crafting Kits that you can pick up for an at home project for kids of all ages
Summer’s Sweet Shoppe is hosting an online decorating cookie class on Tuesday, March 24th at 12 p.m. central time. The class will take place in a private Facebook group. Supplies can either be ordered via Amazon or cookie kits can be picked up locally.
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