Last Chance to see David Ewing's "A Day At The Fair"
David Ewing's "A Day At The Fair"
Only a few days left to see this incredible exhibit. Open through July 10th, see a celebration of the Tennessee Centennial Exhibition with artifacts chosen from the David Ewing collection.
The exhibit gives modern-day travelers a feel for what it must have been like to visit the Tennessee Centennial Exposition over a hundred years ago.
Musicians Corner Announces Summer 2016 Lineup
Musicians Corner Summer 2016 Lineup
Saturday, August 6 -
SunTrust Mainstage: The Blind Boys of Alabama, AJ Ghent Band, Matt Brown
Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage: Bentley Caldwell, Handsome & Gretyl
Saturday, August 13 -
SunTrust Mainstage: Lera Lynn, Jon McLaughlin, The Sisterhood, The Daybreaks
Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage: Megan Davies, Ashlee K. Thomas
Saturday, August 20 -
SunTrust Mainstage: Holly Williams, Tony Lucca, Christian Lopez Band, Mocha
Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage: J. Whaley, Brandy Zdan
Saturday, August 27 -
SunTrust Mainstage: TBA, Ruby Amanfu, Robbie Fulks, The Bundys
Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage: Carey Ott
Saturday, September 3 -
Suntrust Mainstage: TBA, Andrew Ripp, Gigtown Contest Winner, Vanderbilt Melodores
Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage: Kiya Lacey, Ty Cooper
The Parthenon Speakers Bureau
A presentation by the Parthenon Speakers Bureau is perfect for civic meetings, garden clubs, and other small groups. For a minimum $25 donation to the Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial Park,
you will receive an educational program from a trained volunteer. Your donation helps support The Conservancy's programming and outreach in the community.
To schedule a program call the Parthenon at 615.862.8431 or email the details of your request to email@example.com
View the Speaker's Bureau Brochure
The Tennessean's Ms. Cheap Takes An Architecture Tour of the Parthenon
Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, recently enjoyed one of the Parthenon's free architecture tours, and wrote about it in the Tennessean. Hance was delighted to get an inside look and a deeper understanding of one of her favorite places in Nashville.
"We want to be informative but we also want [visitors] to have a good experience," said her tour guide, Jo-Ann Heidenreich. "We particularly want to bring Nashvillians back who have not been here since they were little."
Hance notes that "the Parthenon is a treasure and just $6 to get in, which by the way has been the price for at least eight years." Read the article here.
Architecture Tours are held every third weekend at 10 a.m. Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, and are free with Parthenon admission. For questions call 615-862-8431.