Labor Day in Nashville 2018

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Happy Labor Day weekend mamas! Don’t you just love a three day weekend? I sure do. Three day weekends are made for fun family adventures…while still leaving an extra day to do laundry.

Besides deciding on if you are still allowed to wear white or not after this weekend, Nashville Moms Blog has complied a list of Labor Day activities in Nashville to make your weekend planning a little easier.

Michael W. Smith Free Event

Thursday, August 30th (7 pm)

Bridgestone Arena

Live On The Green

Thursday, August 30th (5:30 pm-11 pm), Friday, August 31st (5:15 pm-11 pm) and Saturday September 1st (1 pm- 11 pm)

Public Square Park

Zoovie Night ft. Zootopia

Friday, August 31st (6 pm)

Nashville Zoo

Day Out With Thomas

Saturday, September 1st Sunday, September 2nd (also 8th and 9th). Times vary and tickets are limited. 

Tennessee Central Railway

Sixth Annual Labor Day Parade and Celebration

Saturday, September 1st (9 am-3 pm)

Nashville Cumberland Park

Old School BBQ Festival

Sunday, September 2nd (2 pm-11 pm)

Riverfront Park

Arrington Vineyards: ‘Bluegrass by the barn’ 

Sunday, September 2nd (4 pm-8 pm)

Arrington Vineyards 

Nashville Sounds vs Memphis Redbirds

Monday, September 3rd (12:05 pm)

Fist Tennessee Park 

40th Annual Franklin Franklin Classic

Monday, September 3rd (7 am-11 am)

Downtown Franklin

Nashville Sounds vs Memphis Redbirds

Monday, September 3rd (12:05 pm)

Fist Tennessee Park 

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Morgan is a Franklin native who moved back to Nashville with her family. She attended the University of Mississippi where she met her husband of seven years, Benjamin. They are so excited to be back in Nashville to raise their family. Morgan has three kids, Ryder, Jett, and Olive. Morgan is a former cookie decorator and loves anything sweet. She also has a passion for decorating and crafts. On Morgan’s personal blog, My Confetti Life, she hopes to inspire moms and let them know that they are not alone in the struggle that motherhood can be.

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