The Nashville Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department offers cultural programs through the year. We also co-host events with other groups. Contact us with your ideas.
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. 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.
- December 14, 2019 : Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer
Thanks to a grant from the Nash Arts Council that partially funded the project, the town hosted its first music series in 2017. The series was successful and was continued in 2018.The series is held at Stoney Creek Environmental Park and features bands from around the area and from around the state. Concerts will be held on Saturday nights from 5:00-10:00. They feature music, lawn games and food and beer from local vendors. They are fun, relaxing family events. The series kicked off this year on April 27, with Quick Fix and Matty Begs and wrapped up on September 21, 2019 with performances by Meredith Davis Johnson and Charlie.
Please check the calendar for future dates.
Nashville Elementary School participated in One Book, One School event. This is the second year that they have done this event. This year we made it not only One Book, One School, but also One Community. Every student, teacher, and staff member at Nashville Elementary School received a copy of the book and was encouraged to read it through the event. They purchased an additional 100 copies for the community. Town employees read the book along with the school. Local businesses that pertained to the book's topic were invited to come and participate. The Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department and the Police Department hosted block parties for the event.
The Town is set to host its' 2nd Annual Christmas Light Competition.
- Deadline for entry is Friday, December 13th at 5:00 p.m.
- 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.
- All homes and businesses within Town Limits are welcome to participate.
- Entry is free.
- An entry form must be completed in order to be judged.
Categories Being Judged
- 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)
- Anything goes (no specific theme, but WOW)