Cookeville, Tennessee and the Upper Cumberland
The Strawberry Patch Fall Market
September 5th – 8th · Hartsville, Tennessee
Check out the 2019 TSP Fall Market at Starlite Farm in Hartsville, Tn
Thursday Sept 5th | 5 – 8PM
Friday Sept 6th | 9 – 4PM
Saturday Sept 7th | 9 -4PM
You will find over 60 curated artists+creators+pickers offering vintage and handmade goodies plus Live Music+savory food trucks+inspiration overload.
Starlite Farm sets the mood just right for you to have an intimate shopping experience with your favorite people. Voted “1 of 7 flea markets not to miss” by Country Living Magazine in 2015 and recently named “Reader’s Favorite-Best Outdoor Markets” by Flea Market Style Magazine. Once you visit TSP, you will be hooked! Visit thestrawberrypatchtn.com for more info!
Jig Head Lake Party at Edgar Evins Marina
September 6th · Silver Point, Tennessee
End summer with a fun lake party with Jig Head Brewing Company and The Smoky Nights on beautiful Center Hill Lake. Great music, beer, food, and fun at The Galley at Edgar Evins Marina.
RESERVE YOUR FREE RAFFLE TICKET for a chance to win free beer. Ticket not required for admission.
September 6 – 7th · Cookeville, Tennessee
Who doesn’t love 90s country? Do not miss Diamond Rio playing at the 2019 Fall FunFest! Fall FunFest is a community event held annually and includes live music, arts, craft and other merchandise vendors, delicious food, and fun for all ages!
Corks & Forks
September 7th · Jamestown, Tennessee
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and come out for a great autumn evening!
Get your bluegrass fix with music from Cody Hull and his band.
As always, there will be great wine, wine slushies, craft beer, and hard cider paired with Italian cuisine available from Simply Fresh all available for purchase.
Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the gate, and designated drivers are free.
Valid ID must be presented for alcohol.
The fest will be located at Highland Manor Winery, 2965 South York Highway, Jamestown – Tennessee’s Oldest Winery.
No outside food or drinks allowed.
September 8 – 9th · Cookeville, Tennessee
SHE IS is a two-night event happening at LIFE CHURCH on September 8th & 9th, 2019.
This gathering will empower women as they encounter God together through powerful worship and His word. Amongst sisters, mothers, daughters, and friends, guests will be inspired to walk in the freedom of His calling, and purpose for His daughters. When we experience the goodness and grace of our Father, we are encouraged in our identity and propelled into our divine destiny in Him! That is what this event is about.
Come and experience this amazing two-night event that will reawaken dreams and summon women into their rightful identity.
Songwriter Evening at Wildwood Resort
September 14th · Granville, Tennessee
Check out Newbird on the Water, an evening of song and stories with Dylan Altman and Philip White at the beautiful Wildwood Resort. This event is open to the public and all Wildwood guests. There is a $15 cover charge, with all proceeds going to the song writers. You are welcome to arrive early, enjoy a lunch or dinner in one of our waterfront restaurants, stroll the grounds, rent a kayak, sail away in a pontoon, enjoy the views of the river and soak in the sunset. A full bar will be available during the show and our restaurants will be open all evening as well.
3rd Year Anniversary Block Party
September 14th · Cookeville, Tennessee
Red Silo will be Celebrating Three Years of being open!! Please them for their annual block party! Live music, tons of giveaways, games, and special Beer Releases! Free Smoked Hot DOGS!!
4th Annual Fairfield Glade Music Festival
September 14th · Crossville, Tennessee
Mark your calendar for the 4th annual Fairfield Glade Music Festival on Sep 14, 2019 at the Square (corner of Peavine and Stonehenge). The event is a major fundraiser for the FG Rotary Club. The money that is raised provides the funding for Rotary to support scholarship programs, local non-profits and other charitable organizations and causes throughout our community and the world. Advance tickets for $10 are available. A special thanks to our major sponsor, Dave Kirk Automotive.
Blue Mother Tupelo (blues, southern soul and roots rock) will perform at 12:30 followed by Devan Jones and Uptown Stomp (rhythm and blues of the 40’s/50s, traditional jazz, big band swing, West coast and Chicago blues) at 2:00.
This is a rain or shine event. Bring your lawn chair. Adult beverages and food will be available for purchase. There are various levels of sponsorships available, so if interested in discussing those opportunities, please call or text Jack Williamsat 931-210-0543 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Couples Homemade Pasta Class
September 6th & 21st · Cookeville, Tennessee
It’s fall and you know what that means – time to plan some cool dates for you and yours.
Have you ever thought how fun it would be to learn together in the kitchen? Well, now is your chance! Learn how fast and easy it is to prepare a minimum of 2, made from scratch pasta dishes. You will learn how to turn simple eggs, flour, oil and water into something amazing. Two is always better in the kitchen, so let’s get cooking. This hands-on class includes various samples and leftovers to take home to share with others.
**tickets are limited and the class will be taught regardless of number sold**
regular nonalcoholic beverages will be served-please feel free to bring drinks of your choice. Glasses are available
Night at the Museums: Ghost Walk
September 20th – 21st · Cookeville, Tennessee
Do you believe in ghosts???
From 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21, spooky stories will be shared with everyone brave enough to listen to their thrilling true tales from all over Tennessee! Begin at the Cookeville History Museum, the Cookeville Depot Museum, or anywhere in between (there are 10 shadowy stops in all), and enjoy making your way down the street to the next spectral narrator.
***Please note: This is a free, family event, but be aware that some of the stories can be scary for young children. PARENTAL GUIDANCE ENCOURAGED.
Murder Mystery Tour
September 21st · Cookeville, Tennessee
Join Tour the UC on the first ever Clay County Murder Mystery!
This trip will include a stop in historic Downtown Celina to find clues and crack the case! All winners will be entered into a prize drawing!
The mystery goes from 12 pm – 4 pm, followed by karaoke, live music and dancing in the street! There will be food, a mule shuttle service to get you around to your clues, and Civil War reenactments throughout the day!
What you get with your seat purchase:
Shuttled to the Murder Mystery location.
Adult refreshments & snacks on the bus as you travel – because Hello it is a party bus!
What a great way to enjoy a Saturday! Bring your friends! 20 seats available!
All for $59+tax per person or $99+tax a couple!
Sangria & Swing Dance Lessons & Dance
September 28th · Baxter, Tennessee
Swing Dance Lessons provided by Piper Landis from 6 PM to 7 PM.
Band: Megan & Her Goody Goodies play from 7 PM to 10 PM
Tickets at the door: $15 a ticket
Blooms & Brews Craft Beer Festival 2019
September 28th · McMinnville, Tennessee
It’s time for the second annual BLOOMS & BREWS – McMinnville’s only CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL!
SAVE THE DATE for an evening in downtown McMinnville celebrating all things craft beer! This event is sponsored by Tree City Wine & Spirits and Depot Bottom Brewery.
The event time is 5:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. and V.I.P. ticket holders will get to enter the event a half-hour early at 4:30 P.M. and have access to a special V.I.P. lounge area.
Proceeds from this event will be donated to a local charity.
****This event is for those 21 and older. No one under this age will be permitted to hold a ticket. You must have a valid ID with you to be admitted at the gate. No pets or children will be allowed into the festival. This event is rain or shine and all sales are final.****
Sam Lewis at The Burlap Room
September 28th · Smithville, Tennessee
Americana Roots Rocker Sam Lewis brings his authentic bluesy vibe to The Burlap Room on Saturday, September 28th. Distinctive and Clever song writer that will melt your soul.
Sam Lewis has collaborated with everyone from Leon Russell to The Wood Brothers. Chris Stapleton dubbed him “a modern Townes Van Zandt”. He’s often labeled with some form of the word ‘soulful’ (some have even compared his voice to molasses), Lewis’ style meets at a juncture of many different genres however there’s something indescribably different and with his most recent works (Loversity), he’s discovered what most musicians spend lifetimes working for; the place where feel-good music meets vital social commentary.
Join us on the grounds of Bert Driver Nursery located near the shores of Center Hill Lake in Smithville, Tennessee.
Family Friendly, Food Trucks, Local Craft Beer, Pet Friendly, Local Artist, Local Farm Products, Fire Pits, Sand Box all located at Tennessee’s Largest Beer Garden… The Burlap Room!
Having Sam and his band perform here is a special treat… get your tickets now!
2nd Annual Brunch for the Brave
September 29th · Cookeville, Tennessee
37 Cedar Restaurant & Bar, Dry Levee Salvage, and Red Silo Brewing Company would like to invite every one to join us on Sunday, September 29th at 37 Cedar for the 2nd Annual ‘Brunch for the Brave’ Event to benefit Wounded Warrior Project.
37 Cedar Restaurant & Bar and Dry Levee Salvage together are proud to host an event benefiting an organization whose mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors. Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) has a big, audacious goal: to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history. We’re challenging ourselves, as well as our community to help WWP reach this vision, as we couldn’t do this without your help!
Select Brunch/Lunch Menu Items will be served. There will be a Silent Auction; with many amazing items donated from various local businesses.
Listen to live music by Brian Paul Rhea, The Smokey Mount’n Bandits, and The Smoky Nights.
Bring the kids to participate in various children’s activities.
Enjoy raffles/prizes and photo booth.
There will also be a corn hole tournament. (More details to come.)
All proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warriors Foundation.