Cookeville Tennessee Events
COOKEVILLE - The holidays will be different in Cookeville this year, but locals can still look forward to some new activities, including new activities aimed at social distancing. December 6 at Dogwood Park is scheduled for 6pm, and the CookeVILLE Community Band will open it. The band will perform from 6.30 to 7.45 pm, with a special performance by the local band, the Bluegrass Band.
All proceeds will benefit Greenways Nashville, a nonprofit dedicated to maintaining the city's public green space. Tickets for the event cost $115 and include three days of music, camping and fees. Tickets start at just $21.99 and range from $20 to $35.50 for adults and $15 to $30 for children.
Join us for a free full-length movie that we can enjoy on the West Terrace under the stars of the Cookeville Depot. Join us as we enjoy free full-length movies in the West Terrace area with stars from Cooke County, Tennessee.
If listening to music by hippies sounds like a fun idea to you, then this event is just right for you. This is a family-friendly event, so don't hesitate to bring the whole family together for a good meal and drink, live music and fun with friends and family. No matter what you do in Cookeville this Memorial Day weekend, you're sure to have a good time.
Get your entrance ticket to the museum and see what you can find at the Museum of Natural History in Cookeville over Memorial Day weekend. Bring your wish list and drop your mailbox so that Santa Claus can take you back to the North Pole at the end of the day. This form contains enough information to include you in the draw, as well as a picture of you with Santa Claus and a photo of yourself.
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Santa will be live and families are encouraged to pay attention to the funny guy's special messages. Participants will pre-register to visit Santa, take socially distanced photos, enjoy hot chocolate and post Christmas wish-lists and letters in the mailbox.
Please also note that the depot building is closed on Saturday, December 5, but the museum is open at all times. Visitors can admire the tree during opening hours and watch it grow without a mask.
If you're planning an outdoor adventure in the Upper Cumberland region, then Outdoor Experience is for you. This family-friendly farm has trivia on a variety of topics to help you navigate the maze. If you don't feel like organizing your own events, Cookeville, Tennessee, offers a range of activities for all ages. If you want to have more fun, you can go into autumn and travel through autumn.
If you want, you can do it all in one day, go for a Bee Rock hike or hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The neighbors of the West Side meet for West Side Scavenger Hunts, and the depot is home to fun family hunts. If the city planner calendar is near you, look for good business opportunities at the Westside Depot. Our franchisees have their own times and work to provide valuable services to homeowners and local businesses in the area.
Participants in an outdoor home decoration competition can register by calling 931 - 520 - 4386 to win a chance to win $100, including a mapped Christmas tour of lights. Head to the Nashville flea market to find some of the best bargains in the state. Admission is free and there are several million dollar bills for change. Head down to the Nashville Fairgrounds to see the largest flea market of its kind and see what millions of dollars in change you can find.
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Delivered free to millions of households across America each December, this calendar is a time-tested tool to help you and your family enjoy an organized stay. The calendar is full of coupons for popular local retailers, so you can save money while supporting small businesses right in your hometown. If you need something sweet while you're looking for cool murals in downtown Cookeville or strolling through the square - by - buy cream.