OAKLANDS EXHIBIT OPENING
Oaklands Mansion, Murfreesboro
Friday, Jan. 17

Wedding Dresses Through the Decades is an exhibit of vintage gowns from the past 100 years on display along with brides' photos and stories from their wedding day. The exhibit runs through March 1.

NATIONAL POPCORN DAY
Sam Davis Home, Smyrna
Friday, Jan. 17

Explore fun ways to craft with popcorn.

FAMILY FRIDAY WITH SCIENCE GUYS
Little Art House, Nashville
Friday, Jan. 17

Explore the science of sound and waves followed by an art project.

DISNEY'S ALADDIN KIDS
Franklin Theatre, Franklin
Friday, Jan. 17 - Sunday, Jan. 19

Act Too Players take you to Agrabah for the adventure of the street rat who became a prince.

ZOOLUMINATION: CHINESE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
Nashville Zoo, Nashville
Friday, Jan. 17 - Sunday, Jan. 19

The country's largest Chinese lantern festival features more than 500 displays spread across the zoo's 60 acres. The displays include zoo animals and a 200-foot-long dragon.

SHAKESPEARE REVIEW
The Theater Bug, Nashville
Friday, Jan. 17 - Saturday, Jan. 18

Twenty-three young performers present a showcase of Shakespeare’s most popular plays as well as music by Nashville’s own Queens of Noise.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Center for the Arts, Murfreesboro
Friday, Jan. 17 - Sunday, Jan. 19

The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. 

MACBETH
Belmont's Troutt Theater, Nashville
Friday, Jan. 17 - Sunday, Jan. 19

Nashville Shakespeare Festival's production of the Bard’s most famous tragedy is set in an unforgiving, post-apocalyptic world.

HAMILTON - FINAL WEEKEND!
TPAC's Jackson Hall, Nashville
Friday, Jan. 17 - Sunday, Jan. 19

The hit musical about America's founding father. Remaining tickets are limited. There's a digital lottery for $10 tickets (40 per show; two ticket limit per person). Get lottery info HERE. Read Chad Young's review HERE.

NASHVILLE AUTO FEST
The Fairgrounds, Nashville
Saturday, Jan. 18 - Sunday, Jan. 19

This vehicle extravaganza includes a car show and swap meet.

FAMILY MOVIE MORNING
Linebaugh Public Library, Murfreesboro
Saturday, Jan. 18

Enjoy a screening of Abominable.

DOOLITTLE SENSORY SCREENING
NCG Cinema, Gallatin
Saturday, Jan. 18

See the new Doolittle movie in a sensory-friendly environment. No previews, lights not so dim, softer sound, and kids can run around and make all the noise they want!

NASHVILLE WELLNESS FEST
The Fairgrounds, Nashville
Saturday, Jan. 18

More than 100 vendors, cooking demonstrations, workshops and entertainment. Children's activities include a virtual reality booth.

FAMILY PROGRAM: VELVET ELVIS PAINTING
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville
Saturday, Jan. 18

Explore the history of the velvet painting medium and create your own black velvet painting using pastels and black light paint.

FIT & HEALTHY FAMILY FAIR
RiverGate Mall, Goodlettsville
Saturday, Jan. 18

Discover local businesses that invest daily in the health of families and want to share their knowledge with you.

SECRET SOLDIERS: CIVIL WAR HEROINES IN DISGUISE
Nashville Children's Theatre, Nashville
Saturday, Jan. 18

A conflict arises in a Civil War hospital when a nurse discovers that injured Private Lyons Wakeman is actually Sarah Wakeman, a woman. Should the hospital registry be changed creating proof that women can fight in battle? Or should it stay intact so Sarah can receive her earned pension and her family avoid shame? The play is based on more than 250 military accounts of women who fought as Union soldiers. The audience votes at each performance on how the show should end.

WINTER HOUSE CONCERT
Historic Rock Castle, Hendersonville
Saturday, Jan. 18

The Lovers and Dave & Kristin Pahanish perform.

FATHER/DAUGHTER SOCK HOP
Longview Recreation Center, Spring Hill
Saturday, Jan. 18

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.

THE DAY
TPAC's Polk Theater, Nashville
Saturday, Jan. 18

This collaborative work by cellist Maya Beiser, dancer Wendy Whelan, choreographer Lucinda Childs and composer David Lang explores life after death. Presented by OZ Arts.

INTO THE WOODS
Franklin Theatre, Franklin
Sunday, Jan. 19

Fairytale characters cross paths in this musical about wishes, family and the choices we make. An Act Too Players production.

A NEW YEAR OF GAMING
Mathnasium of Green Hills, Nashville
Sunday, Jan. 19

Drop off the kids for an evening of games and snacks.

TENNESSEE TITANS WATCH PARTY
Lower Broadway, Nashville
Sunday, Jan. 19

Rally with fellow Tennessee Titans fans this Sunday by heading to downtown Nashville for an outdoor Titans party on Lower Broadway. There will be two giant screens to view the AFC Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs at 2:05 p.m. Festivities begin at 11 a.m. with live music by Jason Eskridge and Sixwire, giveaways and other activities. The Titans cheerleaders and drum line will make an appearance. Food trucks will be on site, and water, soda and beer will be on sale. You can bring blankets and collapsible chairs. Security measures will be in palce at entrances. Large bags or backpacks are not permitted.

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