MOVIE IN THE PARK
Pinkerton Park, Franklin
Friday, May 31

Bring lawn chairs and blankets for an outdoor screening of Ralph Breaks the Internet.

NASHVILLE SOUNDS STAR WARS WEEKEND
First Tennessee Park, Nashville
Friday, May 31 - Saturday, June 1

The Sounds challenge the New Orleans Baby Cakes. On Friday, the first 2,500 fans will receive a lightsaber. Saturday's game features character appearances.

The Nashville Symphony, Nashville Ballet and Filmmaker Duncan Copp present a
brand-new multimedia production of "Carmina Burana."

CARMINA BURANA
Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville
Friday, May 31 - Sunday, June 2

This multimedia experience features updated choreography from Nashville Ballet, an original film by Duncan Copp and musical performances by the Nashville Symphony and Chorus along with the Blair Children's Chorus.

JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
Jamison Theater, Franklin
Friday, May 31 - Sunday, June 2

Studio Tenn presents the biblical story of Joseph and his coat of many colors.

SHREK THE MUSICAL
Hendersonville Performing Arts Company, Hendersonville
Friday, May 31 - Sunday, June 2

An ogre becomes an unlikely hero who finds himself on life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking donkey and a feisty princess.

THE WIZARD OF OZ
Franklin Theatre, Franklin
Friday, May 31

Act Too Players present the non-musical version of the whimsical tale of a young girl who's whisked away to magical land.

THE BABY FAIR RUTHERFORD
Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital, Murfreesboro
Saturday, June 1

Rutherford Parent, Saint Thomas Health & Ascension proudly present the second annual Baby Fair Rutherford. It's the place to be if you're a new or expectant parent. Tour the birthing facility, participate in new-parent classes, meet local vendors with products & services for new families, win prizes and more.

The Baby Fair Rutherford is Saturday, June 1. It's the place to be for new and
expectant parents in Rutherford County.

GALLATIN RECON RUN
Gallatin Civic Center, Gallatin
Saturday, June 1

This family 5K adventure run and obstacle course through wooded areas, mud pits and climbing walls benefits Sumner County CASA.

STATEHOOD DAY
Tennessee State Museum, Nashville
Saturday, June 1

Educational talks, family history scavenger hunts, birthday cake, live music and more in celebration of the day Tennessee was admitted to the Union in 1796. Activities also take place at the Tennessee State Library and Archives along with Bicentennial Mall State Park.

IMAGINACON
Gallatin Public Library, Gallatin
Saturday, June 1

This mini-con celebrates all-things fandom, featuring guests, panel discussions, merchandise vendors, competitions and more.

KIDS CONSTRUCTION FESTIVAL
Lucky Ladd Farms, Eagleville
Saturday, June 1

Kids can help Digger Dan operate a real excavator, move sand and explore farm and construction equipment. Plus, play life-size Jenga and build with giant Lincoln Logs.

Children can explore all sorts of farm and construction vehicles during the Kids
Construction Festival at Lucky Ladd Farms on Saturday.

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM SONG & STORYTIME: THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR'S BIRTHDAY PARTY
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville
Saturday, June 1

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Eric Carle's classic children's book with songs, art projects and a reading of the book. After the program, have fun exploring the exhibits.

MAIN STREET PORCH FEST
Hazel Path Mansion, Hendersonville
Saturday, June 1

Lots of live bands playing many genres of music, arts and crafts, food trucks, a Kids' Zone and more.

MUSIC COUNTRY GRAND PRIX
Brownland Farm, Franklin
Saturday, June 1

This equestrian show jumping competition benefits Saddle Up! Kids can participate in the "People Prix" and jump their way through an obstacle course on their own two feet.

Kids can have fun jumping over obstacles during
the "People Prix" portion of the Music Country Grand
Prix Saturday at Franklin's Brownland Farm.

SIMPLY SMYRNA CELEBRATION
Train Depot, Smyrna
Saturday, June 1

Live music, local vendors, food, wine tasting and children's activities.

BIG BAND DANCE
Centennial Park Event Shelter, Nashville
Saturday, June 1

It's the first Big Band Dance of 2019! Learn to swing dance with live music by Music City Swing. Two food trucks will be on site: Gypsy Crepe Co. and Bradley's Curbside Creamery. You can bring a cooler, too.

ARENA POLO
The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, Franklin
Saturday, June 1

Enjoy 2019's first arena polo match hosted by Franklin Polo. It's the USA vs Mexico.

FINS, GEARS & FEET KIDS' TRIATHLON (REGISTER)
Indoor Sports Complex, Brentwood
Sunday, June 2

Ages 5 - 14 can swim, bike and run in age-appropriate groups. All participants get a T-shirt and medal. Registration code: 14756.

INTER NASHVILLE FC SOCCER
International Soccer Complex, Antioch
Sunday, June 2

Versus the Emerald Force Soccer Club.

MORE FUN TO CONSIDER THIS WEEKEND

DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURES
Stardust Drive-In, Watertown

There's nothing quite like the nostalgic drive-in experience, and Stardust always delivers double-headers on both of its screens. That's right, the price of admission ($8.50 adults, $6.60 ages 6 - 11, free 5 & younger) gets you TWO first-run flicks. This weekend, Screen 1 will show Disney's Aladdin followed by Avengers: Endgame. Screen 2 will show John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum followed by Long Shot. The box office at the gate opens at 6:30 p.m. First feature starts at 8:20 p.m., the second starts at 10:45 p.m. If you go, plan to arrive early because the carline gets really long.

EXPLORE STORYBOOK HOUSES
Cheekwood, Nashville

Cheekwood brings to life select classic children's book illustrators via a collection of whimsical house structures that kids can climb on, explore and interact with. Read Nashville Parent Mom Reporter Ginessa Pikes' review.

Simeon and Eden Pikes have fun atop the "We Are Wild" structure that's part of the
"Storybook Houses" exhibit at Cheekwood.

EXPERIENCE ALADDIN IN 4DX
Regal Opry Mills, Nashville

Going to the movies is a lot more fun with the 4DX experience in which the seats move (up, down, forward, back, side to side) and there are weather effects (lightning, rain, wind and snow). Read Nashville Parent Associate Editor Kiera Ashford's review.

DISCOVER THE SOUND OF SCIENCE
Adventure Science Center, Nashville

Kids love exploring all the hands-on exhibits at Adventure Science Center. On Saturday, the center presents Super Science Saturday: Sound of Science. From fiery pyrotechnics to banana pianos to musical lightning, this science showcase promises to rock and roll. In Sudekum Planetarium on Saturday, you can experience the following shows: The Secrets of Gravity (11 a.m. & 2 p.m.); Nightwatch (12 & 3 p.m.); We Are Astronomers (1 p.m.); Michael Jackson Laser Show (4 p.m.); and Mesmerica (5:45, 7:15 & 8:45 p.m.).

ENJOY FREE MUSIC AT MUSICIANS CORNER
Centennial Park, Nashville

In addition to live bands performing, children can enjoy different Kidsville activities. Friday night runs from 5 - 9 p.m. featuring music by Jess Jocoy, Sarah Zuniga, Quinn DeVeaux, Hush Kids and Lera Lynn. Saturday is from 12 - 6 p.m. featuring McKenzie Lockhart, Justin Lloyd, The Pressure Kids, Ro Myra, Teddy & The Rough Riders, Tom Mackell, Lilly Hiatt, Brooke Alexx and Joshua Hedley.

TAKE THE ARCHITECTURE TOUR AT THE FRIST
Frist Art Museum, Nashville

Discover the museum's fascinating architectural history (the building used to be the downtown Post Office) during a FREE tour at 4:30 p.m. — a certified American Sign Language Interpreter is also provided with the tour. Bring the kids even earlier so they can enjoy hands-on creative fun in the stellar Martin ArtQuest Gallery. If you do go early, adult admission is $15; ages 18 and younger are free.

SEE ALL EVENTS THIS WEEKEND