Nashville Homeschool Sale (Curriculum and More!!)

Nashville HOmeschool Curriculum SaleSummer is almost here and it’s time to swap out the curriculum you are about to finish up and purchase the curriculum you are going to need for next year. The Nashville Homeschool and Educator Sale is a three day education consignment sale that offers everything you could need for teaching students.  And it is my FAVORITE sale!!

Save money for next year’s curriculum or earn some extra money by selling your used items.  You can register as a consignor on the Nashville Homeschool and Educator site.

WHERE: West End Community Church (Upper Level Gym)
235 White Bridge Rd, Nashville, TN 37209
*Park in Upper Parking Lot and Enter at the Main Entrance

WHEN: Friday May 8th 8am-12:30pm, 1/2 price 1pm-3pm.
That’s when the already amazing deals become even more fabulous!

MORE INFO: Visit the Nashville HomeSchool and Educator Site HERE for all the details.

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Father’s Day Weekend: Buy Any Frosty, Donate $.50 To Help Foster Children

wendy's frosty

This is so cool! Buy any frosty from June 14 – 15, 2014 and Wendy’s will donate $.50 to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption to help children in foster care find families.  They even have a frosty on their $.99 Menu, so you can give back without breaking the bank!

You can also buy a Frosty key tag for $1 and score a Free Jr. Frosty dessert with each purchase all summer long just by showing your tag!

FREE Train History Event this Weekend

Train History Festival

The Train History Festival is coming to Montgomery Bell State Park (in Dickson County) this weekend! We’re taking the kids, and I think it is going to be so much fun.

WHEN: January 19th and 20th, 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

WHERE: Montgomery Bell State Park
The Inn & Conference Center
1000 Hotel Avenue
Burns, TN 37029

COST: FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

WHAT YOU’LL DO:  Attendees will see model trains, learn about how trains work, and learn about the significance of trains in history. Parking is free, and there will be drawings and door prizes, including a special drawing for a HO train set, engineer hats, train whistles, and more.

For additional information contact: Park Ranger Eric Runkle 615-797-9051 or Eric.Runkle@tn.gov.