The month of May ushers in a nice collection of spring festivals and fairs for your family to enjoy. Here are the ones to put on your Things To Do list for the remainder of this month: CAPITOL DISTRICT STREET FAIR Saturday, May 21 This free outing in Morgan Park features live music, food and kids' activities benefiting Crossroads Pets. NASHVILLE FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL Saturday, May 21 This Parents' Day Out festival raises money for Nashville Symphony. It features wine, food and music at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. RICHLAND PARK MARKETFEST Saturday, May 21 More than 50 local farm, food and artisan vendors, live music, dance performances, kids' activities and more in West Nashville. [caption id="attachment_65405" align="alignright" width="460"]Spring Kidz Fest Slide Kids can enjoy inflatable slides and other activities during Rutherford Parent's Spring Kidz Fest.[/caption] RUTHERFORD PARENT'S SPRING KIDZ FEST Saturday, May 21 Spring into fun at The Avenue Murfreesboro during this free family festivity that includes lots of exhibitor booths, local children's programs, inflatable slides, games, summer camp info, giveaways and more. Stop by Rutherford Parent's booth to pick up a code for bonus points toward the grand prize Universal Orlando Resort in the Fit Family Challenge. URBAN GARDEN FESTIVAL Saturday, May 21 Connect with local artisans, gardeners and other exhibitors throughout the greater Nashville area during this free festival at the Ellington Agricultural Center. TENNESSEE RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL: PIRATE INVASION WEEKEND Saturday, May 21 - Sunday, May 22 Set sail on a swashbuckling adventure at Castle Gwynn as sword-brandishing pirates take over ... and kids can have fun participating in a pirate costume contest! TENNESSEE RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL: CELTIC WEEKEND Saturday, May 28 - Monday, May 30 It's the final weekend of the annual medieval festival, and this year, Celtic melodies echo throughout the grounds of Castle Gwynn along with games, jousting knights, contests and more. CAMP NASH MUSIC FESTIVAL Monday, May 30 This inaugural music festival at Fontanel benefits the Special Forces Charitable Trust, an organization serving veterans and their families. Live music includes Big & Rich, Thompson Square, Chuck Wicks and others, and there will also be family activities and children's games, food and more.