Wilson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

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1. Farmhouse Living Fair

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Saturday, October 2- Sunday, October 3
945 E Baddour Pkway, Lebanon, TN
Farm Bureau Exposition

The Farmhouse Living Fair of Tennessee is coming to the Nashville area and will be held at the Wilson County/Lebanon Fairgrounds, Fiddler’s Grove Historical Village, and Expo Center for one of the largest gatherings of its kind! Visitors from all over come to hunt and gather traditional antiques, primitives, vintage & vintage-inspired goods and the latest trends in home interior & garden design: Farmhouse, French Country, Industrial, Cottage, Rustic, Mid Century Modern, and Urban Farmhouse, just to name a few.

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

2. Hippie Living Fair

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Saturday, October 2- Sunday, October 3
945 E Baddour Pkway, Lebanon, TN

Three days of music on three stages filled with some of the  best tribute and jam bands across the globe! Vintage campers, skoolies, vardos, VWs, and Primitive Tent Campers from all over will be traveling for an experience like no other. It’s an one-of-a-kind experience with interactive installations throughout the campgrounds. The market will feature mid-century modern, retro, bohemian, and period vintage items, and in addition, you will find traditional antiques, primitives, repurposed items from reclaimed material, architectural salvage, hand-crafted furniture, metal works, curiosities and oddities, and more!

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

3. Gallatin Main Street Festival

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Saturday, October 2, 10:00am-5:00pm
Public Square, Gallatin, TN

Main Street Festival is an annual event in downtown Gallatin. It is one of the oldest events in Gallatin, but despite that, it has grown in size to over 200 vendors and in excess of 30,000 visitors! The Main Street Festival is a rain or shine event. Gallatin’s Annual Main Street Festival is in it’s 38th year and has become a destination the first Saturday in October for not only the community but for our vendors. There will be over 200 arts, crafts, non-profit and a few commercial vendors; as well as local entertainment performing throughout the day on two stages. There is a large children’s area and a food and eating area for those who would like something to eat or just sit and enjoy the event!

For more information, click here.

4. Circle P Ranch

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563 E Main St, Mt. Juliet, TN
Every Weekend in October, 9am-5:00pm

Circle P Ranch is hosting its 2nd Annual Pumpkin Patch starting Friday, October 1. They will have bounce houses, snacks, corn mazes, live music and more. During the fall season, the woods at the ranch turn into Raven’s Hollow. They are spooky, but welcoming of all ages. The pumpkin patch will be open to the public  every weekend in October. Tickets can be purchased at the gates for $10/person ages 6 and up.

For more information, click here.

5. Tennessee Honey Festival

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Sunday, October 3, 10:00am-5:00pm
600 James Robertson Pkway, Nashville, TN
Bicentennial Capitol Mall

The Tennessee Honey Festival was founded in 2017 by U.S. Pest Protection President & CEO, Erica Brister, and was brought to life in 2018 with the inaugural Tennessee Honey Festival which gained attention all across America with its unique flare of bringing together honey lovers and beekeepers. The Tennessee Honey Festival is an annual traveling honey festival, created to celebrate local honey and bring the community together with honey, art, music, education and inspiration. Every year there over 10,000 event attendees and 100+ vendors, including honey-themed products & local honey from acclaimed honey artisans, renowned honey inspired food & beverage merchants, live music & headlining entertainment acts, interactive bee-keeping classes & exhibits, such as Williams Honey Farm‘s Mobile Interactive Bee-Yard, arts & craft bee-hive painting, and much more!

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

 

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