February 2019 Guide To Family Events In Nashville!


Christmas was over a month ago, but we still have a ways to go before it’s Spring. Shake off the Winter blues by getting out of the house this month! Here is what’s happening around the Nashville area during the shortest month of the year! 


The Nashville Predators

Adventure Science Center 

February 2nd: Super Science Saturday
February 2nd: Interactive Media Opens
February 2nd: Print It: Become An Action Figure
February 3rd & 5th: Print It: Build A Bot Workshop
February 4th: Early Explorers
February 7th & 10th: Design It: Paper Circuits
February 7th: Way Late Playdate (21+ ONLY)
February 9th & 23rd: Twister Community Event
February 9th: Second Saturday: Extended Hours
February 9th: Design It: DIY Video Games
February 10th: Romance In The Stars
February 11th: Early Explorers
February 12th: Teacher PD: Picture Perfect Science
February 14th: Romance In The Stars
February 18th: Early Explorers
February 18th: Teacher PD: Full STEAM Ahead
February 18th: President’s Day Camp
February 19th & 23rd: Make It: 3D Perler Art
February 21st: Make It: Conductive Sewing
February 23rd: Member Morning
February 23rd: Family Fun Labs: Build It
February 25th: Early Explorers

Bridgestone Arena 

February 8th: Toby Mac
February 17th: Charlie Wilson
February 22nd: Dierks Bentley
February 23rd: Fangtastic 5k
February 24th: Sesame Street Live
February 27th: Fleetwood Mac

Country Music Hall Of Fame 

The Country Music Hall Of Fame is a busy place! In addition to the events listed here, make sure to check out the dates for their exhibits, Creative Zones, and concerts

February 2nd: Family Program: Chinese New Year Rattles
February 2nd, 6th: Family Program: Songwriting Tune Up
February 2nd: Hatch Show Print Block Party
February 3rd: Family Program: Make Letterpress Art with Hatch Show Print
February 9th: Family Program: Songwriting 101
February 16th: Valentine’s Program: Hand-tooled leather Valentines
February 18th: Out Of School Days: Art Of Guitar
February 23rd: Family Program: Beginner Banjo

Festivals, Block Parties, Concerts, and Special Events 

February 5th: Sushi Rolling Class at Sunda New Asian
February 16th: Hot Chocolate 5k/15k
February 22nd – 24th: Nashville Flea Market at The Fairgrounds

Frist Art Museum 

In addition to these events, check out the list of exhibits and concerts

February 11th: Family Monday
February 18th: Senior Mondays
February 21st: Workshop: Drop-In Drawing

Grand Ole Opry

Remember to check out the lineup at this historic venue, y’all! 

The Nashville Ballet

February 2nd: Interactive Media Opening
February 8th: Lucy Negro Redux
February 9th: Jump, Frog, Jump at Plaza Mariachi
February 17th: Sensory friendly performance of Jump, Frog, Jump

Nashville Symphony 

February 1st and 2nd: Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Schumann
February 7th – 10th: The Music of John Williams with The Nashville Symphony
February 9th: Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Music
February 11th: National Geographic Series: Point Of No Return
February 14th and 15th: Valentine’s with Chris Botti
February 17th: A Hilarious Concert of Classical Favorites
February 19th: The Elliston Trio performs Dvorák
February 21st – 23rd: Beethoven’s Seventh

Nashville Zoo

February 10th: Great Backyard Bird Count
February 16th: Love Birds Valentine’s Enrichment Program
February 23rd: Teddy Bear Clinic

Ryman Auditorium 

February 1st & 2nd: Tedeschi Trucks Band
February 5th: Dcappella 
February 7th & 8th: St. Paul and The Broken Bones
February 9th & 10th: Dawes: Passwords Tour
February 13th – 16th: Brothers Osborne
February 17th: Switchfoot
February 19th: Tesla
February 20th: Sarah McLachlan
February 21st: I’m With Her
February 22nd & 23rd: Blackberry Smoke
February 24th & 25th: Rainbow Kitten Surprise
February 27th – March 2nd: Kasey Musgraves


February 2nd: The Glen Miller Orchestra
February 7th – 24th: Topdog/Underdog
February 7th: Nashville House Concerts
February 8th – 10th: Lucy Negro Redux
Febraury 8th – 10th: The Wizard of Oz
February 12th – 17th: A Bronx Tale
February 21st: Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
February 28th: Celtic Women: Ancient Land

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Torrey Swan
When I moved to Nashville when I was 11, I never knew how deep my roots would run here! I attended Belmont University (Go Bruins!) where I met my husband David. We were married in 2008, and 4 months later, he was off to Iraq for a year. A couple of years after he returned home, we had our first daughter, Madeline, who is a lively redhead that keeps us on our toes! Any and all rumors you've ever heard about the nature of redheads are in fact true. Our second little girl, Violet, was born in July of this year and is the sweetest little addition. Before having children, I worked as a pediatric nurse for 7 years, and last year worked at two Williamson County high schools as a Health Science teacher. I will once again be staying home with the birth of our second daughter. I am new to the world of blogging, but look forward to the experience of getting to share stories, tips and advice with other local moms!


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