LIL' LEARNING LANE: HAPPY BIRTHDAY CITROEN!
Lane Motor Museum, Nashville
Friday, Feb. 28

Learn all about birthdays and Citroen, the famous French car manufacturer on its special 100th birthday celebration.

THE TROUBLE WITH LOVE AND OTHER CASES OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY
Springhouse Theatre, Smyrna
Friday, Feb. 28 - Sunday, March 1

A romantic comedy adapted from She Stoops to Conquer.

31ST ANNUAL NASHVILLE LAWN AND GARDEN SHOW
The Fairgrounds, Nashville
Friday, Feb. 28 - Sunday, March 1

Explore the changing trends of modern cityscapes, suburban and rural gardens, community initiatives, container and waterwise gardens, organic foods, sustainability and more. Plus, there are 250 vendor booths and children's activities.

MARY POPPINS JR.
Father Ryan Center for the Arts, Nashville
Friday, Feb. 28 - Sunday, March 1

Bravo Creative Arts Center presents Cameron Macintosh's musical about the magical nanny featuring beloved song and dance numbers.

MATILDA THE MUSICAL
Hendersonville Performing Arts Company
Friday, Feb. 28 - Sunday, March 1

The musical that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better life.

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER
TPAC's Jackson Hall, Nashville
Friday, Feb. 28 - Saturday, Feb. 29

The legendary African-American dance company from New York presents three Nashville premieres (The Call, EN and Lazarus) along with two crowd-pleasing favorites, Cry and Revelations. Read Chad Young's preview.

TWISTER CONFERENCE FOR GIRLS (REGISTER)
Adventure Science Center, Nashville
Saturday, Feb. 29

Women working in STEM careers present this professional conference for high school girls to explore a variety of STEM topics.

STORYBOOK BREAKFAST (REGISTER)
Overall Creek Elementary, Murfreesboro
Saturday, Feb. 29

The Rutherford County Imagination Library Books From Birth hosts this fundraising event that features a Chick-fil-A breakfast, character appearances and other kids' activities.

TEDDY BEAR CLINIC
Nashville Zoo
Saturday, Feb. 29 - Sunday, March 1

Children can bring their favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal for a routine checkup by the zoo's veterinary staff.

LITTLE RED'S MOST UNUSUAL DAY
Edmondson Pike Library, Nashville
Saturday, Feb. 29

Nashville Opera presents John Davies' rollicking retelling of Red Riding Hood in a unique musical form.

PUPPET TRUCK ON TOUR: LORRAINE
Southeast Branch Library, Antioch
Saturday, Feb. 29

Set in the Tennessee hills, this brand new musical marionette show introduces us to Lorraine and her Pa Paw who love to play music and sing songs. When a big storm rolls in and their instruments are nowhere to be found, can Lorraine find the music inside herself to get through the fearsome thunder and rain?

CAT VIDEO FEST
Belcourt Theatre, Nashville
Saturday, Feb. 29 - Sunday, March 1

This screening is a compilation of the latest, best cat videos culled from unique submissions along with sourced animations, music videos and classic Internet powerhouses. A portion of the proceeds benefits local cat charities.

HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
Nashville Children's Theatre
Saturday, Feb. 29 - Sunday, March 1

Based on the real life of Hans Christian Andersen, this world premiere musical, featuring a score by legendary Broadway composer Frank Loesser and an original libretto by Timothy Allen McDonald, follows Hans’ journey from poor storyteller to becoming one of the most celebrated writers of all time.

FATHER/DAUGHTER SOCK HOP (REGISTER)
Williamson County Recreation Complex, Nolensville
Saturday, Feb. 29

Girls and their dads can enjoy a night of dancing while a DJ plays the latest hits and provides games. Plus, refreshments and a photo to commemorate the evening.

NASHVILLE SC SOCCER
Nissan Stadium, Nashville
Saturday, Feb. 29

It's the first home game of the season! Cheer on Nashville SC when they take on Atlanta United FC.

ODDLY PUDDLE IS FROM INNER SPACE
The Theater Bug, Nashville
Saturday, Feb. 29 - Sunday, March 1

Oddly Puddle is the story of a non-verbal child with special needs, finding his voice in a world that doesn't always make sense. Oddly Puddle is from inner space, it's a lot like outer space, except you can only tell he's different on the inside. While the audience is able to hear Oddly's thoughts, the characters in his life cannot. Through Oddly's journey, The Theater Bug aims to promote advocacy and empathy for children with special needs who can comprehend far more than they can communicate. Oddly Puddle is presented in partnership with Courtney's Corner, an organization dedicated to empowering individuals with special needs to step into the spotlight and shine through the integration of the creative arts.

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