Nashville Curiosities Collective presents ROTTEN REVIVAL. Our first annual summer marketplace featuring geeky, nerdy, kitschy, unusual, weird and all around awesome handmade vendors. No entry fee, and $15 wristbands gets you unlimited beer during the event from the bar located in the Reserve event space!
Strange things for cool people; Cool things for strange people!
Join us at our first ever Full Moon Marketplace! Celebrating magick makers, risk takers, and our favorite weirdos, we've collected the best that Nashville has to offer under one roof.
Bearded Iris Brewing will be open - so grab a beer and get your ghouls together for a fantastically fun full moon!
Nashville Curiosities Collective presents Merry Mayhem! Merry Mayhem will be our first annual winter marketplace featuring geeky, nerdy, kitschy, unusual weird and all around awesome handmade vendors! The show will be at Fat Bottom Brewing (and yes the bar will be open!) This is a free event, and Fat Bottom Brewing will be offering $15 wristbands that get you unlimited beer from the bar located in The Reserve event space for the whole day!
On October 7th, 2017, the farm becomes a dog park with an incredible, clean river. Paws on the South Harpeth is a reinvention of an annual event held for the past seven years at South Harpeth Organic Farm in Franklin, TN. This year, the beneficiaries are the "underdogs". A small group of hard working animal rescue groups from Tennessee to Michigan. These organizations donate their time, their own money, and operate on limited resources dedicated to saving dogs, cats, horses, and wild critters. This year, the beneficiaries are Critter Cavalry, Hickman Humane Society, Keely's Friends Dog Rescue, Lifehouse Animal Refuge and Rehabilitation, Paws Up Outreach, Paws in Peril, R.A.R.E. Rural Animal Rescue Effort, River Edge Horse Farm Rescue, T.C.B. Kennels and Walden's Puddle . All organizations are 501(c3). Donated food and supplies will be provided to the hard core non-501(c3) individuals who are out there countless hours feeding, watering, and medicating neglected animals-every single day, all year long.
Hundreds of people have enjoyed a day on the river over the past seven years, and we invite you to return on October 7, 2017. Paws on the South Harpeth features six great bands, hay rides, food & drink, vendors, exhibitors, kayaking, art, and of course rescues: horses and adoptable pets. It is both a kid friendly and animal friendly event. Please bring your pet for a few fun filled hours on the farm.
Ten dollar ($10) admission. Kids under 10 are free.