Sumner Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend


Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are 5 events in and near Sumner County!

1Autism Awareness Event

autisum awareness event


Friday, April 20
Hendersonville Public Library
140 Saundersville Road, Hendersonville

Come out and hear from many agencies who will be present to talk about resources available in Sumner County!

2Kids DIY Fairy Garden Box Workshop

fairy garden box


Sunday, April 21
Board & Brush Hendersonville
366 W Main St, Suite 6, Hendersonville

Unleash your imagination and creativity at Board & Brush’s Kids’ DIY Fairy Garden Box Workshop! This workshop includes a wooden box project and fairy garden accessories. All materials will be provided and children will receive step-by-step instructions to create a project that encourages imaginative play and creativity. Pre-registration is required. Accessories may vary.

No coupons accepted for this workshop.

Register here.

32024 Bridal Show

bridal show gallatin


Sunday, April 21
11am – 3pm
The Emerald Union
112 Public Sq, Gallatin

Whether you’re looking for wedding inspiration, seeking advice, or simply want to have a great time, this event is the perfect opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals. We’re thrilled to announce our exclusive Prize Giveaway, where you could win the ultimate celebration package worth $5,000!

Don’t miss out on this incredible event! Mark your calendars, gather your bride tribe, and don’t miss the chance to bring your celebration dreams to life!

4Mom & Baby Care Drive

mom and baby care drive

Now through April 26

Create positive change in our community by providing essential personal care items to support United Way of Sumner County Agencies who serve moms and babies. Did you know that a one-week supply of diapers can cost around $20 and the average family will spend $1,000/year on diapers and close to $500/year on wipes? In addition, the average woman spends about $10 on feminine hygiene products per month, adding up to about $5,000 over her lifetime!

47% of families reported diaper need in 2023 and, according to the National Diaper Bank, “1 in 2 U.S. families cannot afford enough diapers to keep their infant or child clean, dry, and healthy. These babies are more vulnerable to painful rashes and urinary tract infections and have more trips to the doctor. 3 in 5 parents miss work or school because they can’t afford the diapers required to leave their baby in Childcare.”

A recent Harvard Public Health reported that women often have to choose between buying diapers for their babies or feminine products for themselves because they can’t afford both.

With the rising costs of gas, groceries, and toiletries, families are struggling, now more than ever, to cover the costs of basic care items like diapers, wipes, and feminine products which are vital to personal health. But YOU can help!

United Way is collecting diapers, wipes, feminine products, and personal care items for Moms and Babies from April 1 – April 26 to be distributed to their United Way Partner Agencies who serve moms and babies.

Clear here for more information on items needed and drop off locations.


5Rooted in Grace @ Puckett’s Hendersonville

rooted in grace

Saturday, April 20
6pm – 7:30pm
1039 Glenbrook Way, Hendersonville

The members of Rooted in Grace are Madeleine, Sophia, William, and Annaliese. They are gifted vocalists, multi-instrumentalists, and prodigious performers — who just happen to be siblings as well. The musical instincts and stage presence of this up-and-coming band leave audiences in awe. In any single show you’ll hear rock, pop, gospel, country, and folk music performed at the highest technical levels – but it’s their musical maturity and engaging personalities on stage that bring standing ovations.

Show at 6:00 pm, no cover, tips appreciated, BOOK ONLINE or call 865-285-0155 for dinner reservations.

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