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Friday, 03 June 2016
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Welcome to the weekend! Music City is hopping with plenty of opportunities to experience music and arts, so grab some friends and start making plans now. As a bonus, several of these options are FREE!

Beauty and the Beast
Now Sunday
TPAC
Tickets: http://www.tpac.org

 

FRIDAY, June 3

Music at the Frist: Stone Soup
6-8 p.m.,  FREE
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
MORE INFO 


Music City Marketplace Grand Opening
8 a.m. 6 p.m.,  FREE
150 4th Ave. N
Tour the new visitors center in Downtown Nashville! Enjoy free refreshments as you shop for Nashville-unique gifts and grab brochures that will help you explore more of this fabulous city.
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Nashville Sounds Baseball and Fireworks
7:05 p.m.
First Tennessee Park
Sounds vs. Round Rock Express
TICKETS 


Nashville Symphony Community Concert
8 p.m., FREE
Bicentennial Mall-600 James Robertson Parkway
MORE INFO

 

SATURDAY, June 4
 

The Music of John Williams with the Nashville Symphony
8 p.m.
Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater-310 1st Ave. S
TICKETS 


West Side Story
2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
TICKETS 


Architecture Tour of the Frist
4:30 p.m., FREE
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
MORE INFO


First Saturday Art Crawl
6-9 p.m., FREE
Downtown Nashville
Several art galleries open their doors and serve free refreshments as you stroll downtown and enjoy local art! Look for the Gray Line Trolley to get you around town.
MORE INFO

 

SUNDAY, June 5

Acoustic Brunch
8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
Hard Rock Café-100 Broadway
Enjoy a specialty menu and free live music!
MORE INFO

 

MONDAY, June 6

Interview and Performance with Blake Shelton
3:00-4:15 p.m.
Country Music Hall of Fame
TICKETS 

 

THURSDAY JUNE 9TH   SUNDAY JUNE 12TH

CMA Music Festival
http://www.Cmaworld.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted on 06/03/2016 11:53 AM by Jarod
Tuesday, 10 May 2016
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Last week I gave you 5 tips for a smooth moving day

As moving day gets closer, use these 7 packing and organization tips to make the big day go more smoothly:

1. Use clothing, towels, and blankets as your "bubble wrap." You'll save money and kill two birds with one stone by moving out more of your stuff at once. Use Styrofoam plates to separate your china before you put it all in boxes.

2. Use suitcases, baskets, laundry bins, and plastic kitchen containers as your boxes.

3. Move your furniture drawers as-is. You can wrap them with the contents inside with blankets or plastic wrap.

4. As you disassemble items, place the screws and other pieces in a plastic bag, and then tape the bag to the item so they are easy to find when you're ready to re-assemble.

5. Pack one box with essentials that you will need your first night in the house with things such as paper towels, bath towels, paper plates, tools, and cleaning supplies. Label this box clearly so you can find it easily, or put it in your vehicle.

6. Pack one large suitcase or a gym bag for each person with a change of clothes, toiletry items, and medications. Make sure those are packed in your vehicle so they don't end up on the moving truck.

7. Label everything clearly on the top and side of each box or container. Include the room the box should land in. If you want to go an extra step, create an inventory list for each box or color code the labels. You will be so glad you did this once you arrive!

Don't let moving stress you out! You have a new home waiting for you, so it will all be worth it! Call me and I'll help you through the entire process.

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Posted on 05/10/2016 1:15 PM by Kari Slusser
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