**Public Notice **    The public is hereby notified of a Special Called Meeting of the Nashville Town Council on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM in Town Council Chambers.  This meeting will be held for the purpose of:  Consideration of participation in the Downtown Strong Initiative; Closed Session for personnel and for real estate.  The public is invited to attend.

**Public Notice**     The Town Council of the Town of Nashville will  hold a   Public Hearing  on  Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7:00 pm in Town Council Chambers at which  time the council will hear public comments on   the application from the  Nashville Chamber of Commerce   for the 23rd Annual Nashville Blooming Festival from May 8-11, 2019,  on the application from the Sudan's Shriner's for a Ceremonial Parade  on May 18, 2019, and on  the application from the Church on the Rise for a Color Run 5k  on October 12, 2019.


Cultural Resources

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The Nashville Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department offers  cultural programming throughout the year.  We also co-host events with other groups and non-profits so contact us with your ideas.

1st Annual Town of Nashville Christmas Light Competition

All homes and businesses within town limits are welcome to participate. Entry is free, homeowners/businesses just need to fill out an entry form in order to be judged.


  • Anything Goes (no specific theme, but WOW)
  • Religious (best display with a religious theme)
  • Nostalgic (most old-fashioned, best reminds-me-of-my-childhood display)
  • Clark Griswold (excessive use of outdoor lighting and decorations)

Each of the four categories will be judged in the two divisions residential and business.

Deadline for entry is Friday, December 14 @ 5:00 PM

Judging will be based on “curb appeal” as viewed from the street only.

 People and/or live animals are not allowed to be part of the display

You can register ONLINE or by downloading registration form and returning it to Town Hall.

Town of Nashville Light Competition Entry Form


Self Guided Historic Nashville Buildings & Homes Walking Tour

The areas along Washington and Church Streets offer some of the oldest structures within Nashville today.  This two page self guided walking tour brochure, covers 5 city blocks, and provides information about various buildings and homes dating back to the late 19th    and turn of the 20th  Century. You can access the guide through the link above or by clicking on the map below. 

walking tour map

Creekside Music Series

 Thanks to a grant from NC Arts Council and Nash Arts that partially funded the project, the town hosted its first music series in 2017.  The series was held at Stoney Creek Environmental Park and featured bands from around the area and from around the state.   Concerts were held on Friday nights from 6:30-8:30 and featured music, lawn games and food and beer from local vendors.  They are fun, relaxing family events. 

This project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.

Creekside Music Series 2018 Schedule

 Movie Under the Stars

The town offers family friendly outdoor movies during the spring and fall.  Most movies have an event an additional event preceding the showing of the movie.  This year's movie schedule can be seen below. All movies start at sundown.  Bring a picnic, a blanket, and chairs and come on out and enjoy an evening under the stars with your family.