Greenbrier Historical Society Museum & Library host its annual “September Book Sale” to benefit the library and museum.
There are 4 rooms packed full of hardbacks and paperbacks including:
Fiction (westerns, mystery/suspense, action/adventure, Star Wars, Star Trek, romance and “chick lit”), and Non-Fiction such as history, biography, health and wellness, religion, cookbooks, house & garden, children’s books, lots more.
The Book Sale runs from Sept. 4 through Sept 28 during open hours on Wed/Thurs/Friday 10 AM to 4 PM and Sat. 10 AM to 1 PM. “Autumn in the Brier” happens on Sept 14 with craft booths, Bake Sale, Silent Auction, plate lunches, sandwiches and fun.
Located on W. College Street across from City Hall. The museum phone number is 615-643-8461.
Are You Having a Personal Yard Sale? Is Your Neighborhood having multiple yard sales? Look for the banner you see below every Thursday On Smokey’s Facebook page and post your sale in a comment
Look for this banner every Thursday On Smokey’s Facebook page and post your sale in a comment
September 19: Baby Shower for Robertson County new or expectant families
DATE: Thursday September 19, 2019 TIME: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM LOCATION: Robertson County Family YMCA
Septemeber 19: Goodlettsville- Music At The Farmers Market, Mark your calendars!!! You don’t want to miss this one! Kids activities too!
September 21: 1st ANNUAL CAR SHOW – Hosted by Solid Rock Baptist Church of Greenbrier
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 10 AM – 4 PM at Solid Rock Baptist Church of Greenbrier located at 2327 Old Greenbrier Pike, Greenbrier, TN
Our mission is to better engage the community while fundraising for our children and youth programs. This event is free for the public, and is children friendly! There will be several jump houses, with lots of fun children activities in our “Kid Fun Zone!”, vendor booths, awesome food, and LOTS of incredible items to be raffled off!!! Best of all there is going to be tons of Cars, Trucks, Jeeps and Motorcycles to check out!!!!
If you’re interested in placing your vehicle in the show: Register Here Want a vendor booth?: Register Here “Details for the Cars, Trucks, Jeeps and Motorcycles & Booths will be given in the Registration Links.”
September 21: Fall Carnival Ebenezer Baptist Church
Saturday, September 21 from 2-4PM. Carnival games, tattoos, balloons, Nachos and lots of fun!
Ebenezer Baptist Church: 6028 Ebenezer Road, Greenbrier, TN. For more info call (615) 643-0637
September 21: White House Area Chamber of Commerce – Farm to Table Dinner
We are so excited to be partnering with both White House Heritage High School and White House High School’s FFA programs to be hosting our Inaugural Farm to Table Dinner on Septemeber 21st from 6pm to 9pm. All proceeds benefit the Future Farmers of America at Heritage & White House High School. You can purchase your tickets online, at the Chamber, or from either FFA program. #DiscoverWhiteHouse #PickTN #SupportYourLocalFarmers #F2T2019
Tickets are $75 per person and are available at the Chamber office or either FFA program. Tickets can also be purchased online. We hope you can join us on this night for some good fellowship, great music, a beautiful atmosphere and even better food! #DiscoverWhiteHouse #SupportYourLocalFarmers #FFA #FutureFarmersofAmerica #WhiteHouseHighSchool #WhiteHouseHeritageHighSchool #PickTN
September 21: Portland, TN Parks & Recreation – Trash and Treasure Sale Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 7 AM – 12 PM
The Portland Parks Dept. will sponsor their fall Trash and Treasure sale on Saturday, September 21, 2019, from 7am-12 noon at Richland Park located at 321 America’s Way. The cost is $20 a parking space and you can sell anything you like as long as it is legal. For more information, contact the park office at 615-325-6464 or visit our website at www.cityofportlandtn.gov.
On September 22: First Annual Robertson/Montgomery county sickle cell support group awareness event
The Robertson/Montgomery county sickle cell support group Partnered along with Sickle cell Foundation of Tn is having its first annual awareness event.
The event is held from 3pm until 6pm. at 2518 Memorial Blvd, Springfield, TN (Holiday Inn Express) Please come to help support this event.
September 24: Robertson County UT Extension – Weaning & Marketing Workshop
Where: KY-TN Livestock Market, 9169 Russellville Road, Guthrie, KY 42234
When: Tuesday, September 24, 2019, 5:30 p.m.
· Feeding the Weaned Calf
· Marketing 101
· Live Animal Grading Demonstration
· Live Animal Vaccination Demonstration
· “Guess the Weight” Contest (Mineral Feeder Donated by Montgomery Farmers Co-op)
MEAL: A sponsored meal begins at 5:30 pm. Please RSVP to Robertson County Extension, 615-384-7936 by Sept 19 to reserve your meal (FarmCredit and Zoetis).
BQA: Beef Quality Assurance Training for those who need it after the Weaning Workshop. It takes about 45 minutes, and bring a check payable to “TCA” for $40 (TCA Members $20).
For more info call: Office: 615-384-7936
Greenbrier Community Bonfire Night Set for Sept. 24 from 5pm – 7:30pm at Greenbrier City Hall.
September 27: A message from the Robertson County Offers after Hours Passport Fair
The after Hours Passport fair is set for September 27 from 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM at 511 Brown St in Springfield. If you are looking to get your passport, but can’t get to our office by closing time, this is your opportunity! Passports will be back in time for your Thanksgiving trip. For questions call 615-384-5895. Photos $10. Be sure you have a check or money order.
September 27: White House, TN – Join the fun at the second annual Fall Family Block Party (White House Chamber)
White House, TN – It’s almost fall! Join us Friday, September 27th from 3:30 PM to 9:00 PM at 105 College Street White House, TN for our 2019 Fall Family Block Party.
Come and enjoy the fall farmers market, bike parade, vendors, a costume contest, vendors, inflatables where you can jump all night for just $5, food trucks and the showing of Hocus Pocus at dark at this FREE event.
Registration for the bike parade begins at 5:00 PM in the roundabout located between White House City Hall and the Library. The actual parade will begin at 5:20 PM.
There will even be prizes for the best-decorated bikes!
If you have any questions regarding the bike parade prior to parade day, please call the Parks and Recreation Department at 615-672-4350 EXT: 2114.
To get in the fall spirit even more, we will be having a costume contest again this year. This is for all ages and there will be prizes! Pre-judging will be at the Chamber tent with categories for children through adult. Come dressed in your favorite Halloween costume!
Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, friends and families and mark your calendars for this exciting fall event! We can’t wait to see you there. For more information on the Fall Family Block Party contact the White House Area Chamber of Commerce at 615-672-3937.
September 28: FREE Quilt Show – Mathews Memorial Methodist church
Approximately 125 quilts on display and quilt techniques will be demonstrated.
Mathews Memorial Methodist church on 300 Anderson Lane, Madison, TN will have a FREE quilt show on Saturday, September 28, 10:00 to 3:00.
Lunch is available for $6.00. For more information call (615) 417-1879.
October 2nd: Enjoy coffee and conversation with the Springfield Police Dept.
National Coffee with a Cop Day is set for Wednesday, October 2nd from 8AM – 9AM. The mission of Coffee with a Cop is to break down the barriers between police officers and the citizens they serve.
Building relationships. One cup at a time.
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other.
Enjoy coffee and conversation with the Springfield Police Dept. at the McDonald’s located 2113 Memorial Blvd & the Springfield Walmart location at 3360 Tom Austin Hwy.
October 3-6: UT Extension-Robertson County to Robertson County TN 4-H Target SMART Camp moved to the fall this year…
October 3-6, 2019. “Target Smart camp is so educational and fun. We want to encourage any eligible youth and volunteers to go.” Check out this promotional video to learn more. For all the details click here
October 4-5: (Portland, TN) Tennessee’s Best Kept Secret – Portland’s “Days Gone By Museum” & Annual Harvest Fest
Days Gone By Museum – 122 Davis Street, Portland
From the moment I first saw this fabulous Museum, my first thought was, “why haven’t I heard of this special Treasure before?” I would say fully 80-90% of all Tennessean’s, even locals, have never heard of “The DAYS GONE BY MUSEUM” let alone their ANNUAL HARVEST FEST!
Founded by Joey and Kathleen Collin’s of Portland Tennessee, this Rare Gem of a Museum was and is their Dream. They wanted to build a collection that would epitomize the Ingenuity of Our Forefathers who through a great deal of “Blood, Sweat, and Tears” catapulted our Nation into the (114)Greatest Country on Earth! Their Dream was to create an atmosphere for Children and Families to Learn, with Pride, of the sacrifices it took to give us the Blessings we have in our Country today.
Their Museum emphasizes this throughout, beginning with the hand tools of the 1700’s, while highlighting, emphasizing, if you will, the great inventions of the Industrial Revolution and beyond!
Under One Roof!!!
You will find at least 100 working, rare, and pristine Antique Tractors. (including the rarest of all tractors) You will discover Antique Wagons, and Buggies, over 100 Antique Cars and Trucks including the very earliest made to the Classics (Ever see a 1931 Pierce Arrow or Cadillac Limousine? You will here!) Observe every piece of Farm Equipment from: Hand Tools, Antique Bailers, Threshing (Harvesting) Machines, Combines, even Antique Fire Engines and Beer Wagons! A Collection of every Maytag Engine and Washing Machine ever Made! Did you know that they even have Washers with attachments to make Homemade Ice Cream and Vacuum floors! Also featured are 1,000’s of Antique Toys, including a working antique toy saw mill and Antique Playground Equipment! An Antique Photography Center is here, featuring many Field and other Antique Cameras plus a Developing Room where you can learn how the early glass plate negatives were developed. There are over 4,000 plate glass negatives here, many of the Civil War, and over 5,000 black and white photos of Tennessee from the mid-1800’s to 1953. See Antique printing presses and theater projection equipment and Hundreds of other unique and one of a kind Antiques. Complete collections of everything imaginable is in this Museum, but it doesn’t end inside, outside you will have a chance to see, and tour Vintage Aircraft from Private to WWII to Jet Airplanes.
In order to share together our Countries Bountiful Blessings, Joey and Kathleen initiated the HARVEST FEST in order to coincide with the ANNUAL ANTIQUE TRACTOR & THRESHING SHOW.
It will be a Fun Filled Family Weekend Affair that allows you to Learn about our History while enjoying Live Demonstrations, Family Participation Events, Live Entertainment, Arts & Crafts, Food Vendors, Produce and So Much More!
The HARVEST FEST will be held this 1st Weekend of October 2019 on Friday/Saturday, Oct 4th and 5th from 8am to 8pm each day. The FEST includes Tours of the Museum, Exhibitors with everything from Steam Engines, to an Antique Saw Mill. Watch while your kids participate in Apple Cider Pressing, Homemade Ice Cream making, Sorghum demonstrations, Corn Shelling and More!
Come and join in, enjoy the Festivities! Parking is Free * Admission is only $5 per person, 10yrs and under are Free!
You can find much more about these Festivities, including Pictures and a Schedule of Events by going to their Website —> Click Here
October 5: “White House on Fire benefit Concert” For the White House Community Volunteer Fire Dept.
Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 11 AM – 11 PM at the WL Anderson Sports Complex 2760 Highway 31 W, White House, TN
Benefit Concert for White House, TN Volunteer Fire Department, and Salute to Military and Emergency Service Responders Everywhere!
(White House, TN)…On the heels of an exciting and successful 2018 event, White House On Fire (WHOF) returns Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 with an even bigger stage, bigger venue, bigger lineup, and overall bigger event. WHOF 2019 will be held at the W.L. ANDERSON SPORTS COMPLEX, located at 2760 Old Hwy 31 in White House, TN.
Gates Open at 11am. Music begins at 12 noon, and concludes at 11pm with a newly added fireworks display to wrap up the all-day and night festivities. This year’s fundraiser event culminates with the same great Rocktober Celebration concert as last year with a 70’s-rock tribute show by the Classic Rock Allstars , and the ultimate 80’s hairband tribute show by Hollywood Blvd .
October 13: Springfield’s Depot To Host “Fall Fiesta Dinner Party” for Bransford!
Join us for a Fall Fiesta Dinner Party on October 13th from 5-9 pm PM at the Depot Bar & Grill located at 1007 S Main St, Springfield, TN! MARK YOUR CALENDARS – this event sold out in less than three hours last time!
Depot is BACK and hosting another incredible fundraising dinner for Bransford Community Center! This time, we are TRIPLING the amount of tickets available to the public and having several food stations! For tickets click here.
Enjoy a delicious array of food, mix and mingle as you please both in the restaurant and on the patio, and have a wonderful time while helping us make Bransford Community Center a reality!
Tickets will be $75 per person and include all food stations, soft drinks and one margarita per ticket. A cash bar will also be available.
Food stations and menu (Items may change as we get closer to the date and we’ll keep you updated here!):
Homemade tamales Carnitas Taco station Pork & black bean stew or posole Yucatan pickled red onions Quesadillas Mango salsa carnitas Homemade guacamole
October 15: Community Band plans “Fall Fanfare” Concert
The Robertson County Community Band will present a “Fall Fanfare” concert on Tuesday, October 15th at the White House Senior Center located at 105 College Street in White House. The concert will begin at 7:00 pm and is free. Refreshments will be served during intermission.
The Community Band will perform well-known favorites including “The Planets”, “Sea Songs”, “Country Gardens”, “An Irish Rhapsody”, “The Sound of the Tijuana Brass”, and a medley of songs made famous by Henry Mancini – including “Baby Elephant Walk”.
The Robertson County Community Band, in its fourteenth season, is always looking for new members. For more information about the concert, joining the band, or sponsorship, please call Janet McClain at (615) 384-2015. McClain can also be contacted at email@example.com
We invite everyone in White House, Springfield and surrounding communities to come enjoy a “Fall Fanfare” with us! Check out our schedule of events online
October 20: Free Community Event: Trunk-or-Treat/ Chili & Hot Dog Dinner – Hosted by Solid Rock Baptist Church of Greenbrier
Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 5 PM – 8 PM at the Solid Rock Baptist Church of Greenbrier located at 2327 Old Greenbrier Pike, Greenbrier, TN
Trunk-or-Treat is a FREE & Fun Family Event. We will be serving a Chili & Hot Dog Dinner from 5-7PM and the kids will be able to Trick-or-Treat from car trunks in our parking lot as well as games set up in our Sanctuary from 5-8PM.
This is a great event for your WHOLE Family as we don’t charge for anything. We’d love to have you join us!
October 22: Annual Fire Department Community Breakfast – Hosted by White House Area Chamber of Commerce and City of White House Fire Dept.
Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 8 AM – 10 AM at the City Of White House Fire Dept. Station 2 – 120 Business Park Dr, White House, TN
Join us for breakfast with your local firemen on Tuesday, October 22nd at 8:00 AM. Tour the facility, meet your City of White House Fire Dept., build your network and enjoy a delicious breakfast from our partners at Bojangles’! We hope you all can join us. #DiscoverWhiteHouse
Food Pantry – Bethlehem Baptist Church is now open WEDNESDAYS 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Please come to Building B to sign in. Hwy 76 entrance.
Last Thursday of Each Month: Local Writers Group – Word Weavers Robertson County – from 12:00pm-2:00pm at Stokes Brown Public Library in Springfield, TN.
Are you a local writer who’d like to connect with like minded creatives in your area? Would you like to receive feedback on your work and be a part of a group where you can grow as a writer? If so, please join us for our monthly writers critique group meeting held the last Thursday of each month from 12:00pm-2:00pm at Stokes Brown Public Library in Springfield, TN.
For more information contact Callie Daruk (615) 308-5638 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Word Weavers is a monthly critique group dedicated to providing a forum for Christian writers to critique one another’s work in a face-to-face format. Writers of all levels are welcome. To sign up please visit https://word-weavers.com/
Robertson County Senior Center: Activites, classes, trips etc…
Wednesdays at 12:30PM Chair Yoga – Get Fit while you sit
RC Senior Center: 601 S Locust St, Springfield, Tennessee 37172. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm. Mission: Our mission is to promote independence, wellness, and advocacy for 50+ adults, their caregivers, and their families.
We offer activities like pot-luck suppers, health fairs, breakfast trips, exercise classes, bingo, corn hole tournaments, crochet and knitting classes, music, Bluegrass nights, Friday night dances and appreciation events. The calendar is always full of events, road trips and opportunities to gather and have fellowship with old friends and new ones.
CHECK OUT OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER FOR ALL EVENTS AT THE SENIOR CENTER CLICK HERE
Byrum-Porter Senior Center In Orlinda: Activites, classes, trips etc…
Lots of events, activities, dance lessons and tours planned.
Exercise/Yoga Classes. Come and check us out at the Byrum Porter Sr Center in Orlinda, Tn. Exercise offered 5 times a week. (Two Evening Classes) and YOGA twice a week. All classes are free and open to all ages. Certified teacher Sheri Link
Follow us on Facebook or check out our new website or call 615-654-3161 for more information. Check out our monthly newsletter for all the events this month.
The Byrum-Porter Harmonicas for Health program can help you:
Learn how to have better control of your breathing Exercise the muscles that help pull air in and push air out of the lungs Strengthen abdominal muscles for a more effective cough Boost self-confidence, relieve stress Socialize with others and have fun
Reported benefits include: decreased shortness of breath, increased sputum mobilization and increased quality of life.
Byrum-Porter will begin a 5 week program to learn to play beginning Tuesday, May 8th. It will be weekly for 5 weeks on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. This program is sponsored by the NorthCrest Medical Center.
Byrum-Porter has a limited supply of Harmonicas to sell so sign up for this class now and buy a new Harmonica for $2. Call 615-654-3161 and sign up for this free fun and health class.
Follow us on Facebook or check out our new website or call 615-654-3161 for more information.
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