• September 2017
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Saturday Mornings at the Shop: A Musical Tradition Lives On Through the Decades

To some, Saturday mornings at Murfreesboro Vacuum Cleaner and Sewing Center may appear like an ordinary business day. Although the shop is open until 2 p.m. each Saturday, owner Kenneth Leonard Jr. gathers in the back with family and friends all morning to play a blend of bluegrass, country and gospel. The musical tradition began […]

The Sights and Sounds of the 2017 Greenway Art Festival: Community Art Fest Returns to Old Fort Park on Sept. 16

On Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., artists and art enthusiasts alike will gather at the trail at Old Fort Park for the annual Greenway Art Festival. Throughout the day, selected artists will display and sell their artwork under shady trees along Spring Branch Creek. The one-day festival, sponsored by the Friends […]

Climb Murfreesboro; Float Alchemy; Vine Street Consignment; Vine Studios; Fountains at the Gateway

Climb Nashville is planning to retrofit the old Hastings building on Memorial Boulevard into Climb Murfreesboro, the company reported last month. Opening in spring 2018, Climb Murfreesboro will offer 45-foot climbing walls, bouldering areas for free climbing, workout and cardio equipment, and yoga. Tom Frye with Baker Story McDonald Properties said that he wants the […]

Wine With a Purpose: Sept. 16 Event Benefits Local Power of Pink Breast Cancer Support Group

Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation will hold its sixth annual Wine Around the Square event on Saturday, Sept. 16, from 6–9 p.m. The event, set around the Murfreesboro Public Square, will benefit the Power of Pink, a division of the Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation that provides mammography for underinsured and uninsured women in Rutherford County, including […]

Everybody Drum Some Presents Next Community Rhythm Event on Sept. 22

Murfreesboro percussion collective Everybody Drum Some continues its tradition of ringing in the changing seasons with a community rhythm event on Friday, Sept. 22. The group drumming session kicks off at 6 p.m. at Murfreesboro Civic Plaza near Linebaugh Library, at the intersection of Vine and Church Streets. Ross Lester and his drumming disciples keep […]

Yoga in Murfreesboro: Yoga Can Help Alleviate Muscle Soreness, Improve Flexibility and Control

September is national yoga month, an ideal time to take a look at some of the activities around the Murfreesboro community and learn how you can get involved. Have you ever asked yourself, while flipping through Instagram or seeing commercials of individuals in unique handstands and awkward positions that leave you in amazement, what is […]

September Community Events

Through Sept. 20 – MTSU Todd Art Gallery Art Show MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery presents a 30-year celebration of Department of Art alums from 1982 to 2012 through Sept. 20. The exhibit features ceramics, graphic design, painting, printmaking, sculpture, book arts, letterpress and photography. This is free and open to the public; the MTSU Todd […]

The Southern Shame, Orion

The Southern Shame, a Middle Tennessee outlaw-country three-piece, has played local spots like The Boro Bar & Grill numerous times since forming in 2006. Frontman/producer Jason Fox, percussionist Tracy Ratzlaff and bassist Andy Wortman dropped the living-room-recorded EP, Orion, in the summer of 2017, which features a mix of accessible influences packed into an acoustic […]

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