Free issues to do in Nashville this weekend: Gardening competition, Musicians Nook and extra – The Tennessean

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Mary Hance poses in the studio May 6, 1998, for her new Ms. Cheap column photo that will run in The Tennessean, where she moved to after the closing of the Nashville Banner.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance shows off some of her $1 finds in the studio June 20, 2000.

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An illustration done May 15, 2002, for a Ms. Cheap story to kick off Earth Day about donating things to recycle.

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Mary Hance works at her desk at The Tennessean on Jan. 7, 2005.

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Ms. Cheap's new workspace at The Tennessean is clutter-free after her move and an extended session with a professional organizer Jan. 12, 2005.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance poses in the pool May 20, 2005, for her upcoming summer guide.

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The Tennessean's Mary Hance, right, bargains with an employee at Our Thrift Store in Spring Hill on June 22, 2005, as reporter Sue McClure takes notes.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance poses in the studio Sept. 8, 2005, for a column on energy conservation.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance poses in the studio Nov. 18, 2005, for her upcoming holiday guide.

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Ms. Cheap (Mary Hance) poses for a photo to invite readers to enter her Cheapest of the Cheap contest Feb. 28, 2006.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance works with her new apprentice Robert Overall III at The Tennessean's office May 25, 2006.

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Mary Hance gets comfortable in one of the whirlpool tubs at the Habitat for Humanity HomeStore on July 17, 2006, for a story on most frequently asked questions of Ms. Cheap.

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Mary Hance visits the free rock pile at Jones Stones in Nashville on July 17, 2006, for a story on most frequently asked questions of Ms. Cheap.

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Lady of luxury Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, gets the royal treatment as she has a manicure and pedicure at Tennessee Technology Center on White Bridge Road on July 18, 2006. Troy Dailey handles the feet while Jordon Fish takes care of the hands.

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Ms. Cheap wrote a column in 2006 about 25 things you can do to make Christmas more meaningful.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance gets a visit from friends at Lorikeet Landing, an aviary at the Nashville Zoo, on Jan. 15, 2007.

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Mary Hance holds all her summer fun supplies in Centennial Park on May 16, 2007.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance poses with her daughter Anna at the Paul Mitchell Beauty School in Antioch on Aug. 6, 2007.

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Mary Hance, left, congratulates Michele Creter, the first-place winner in the Cheapest of the Cheap contest, on April 30, 2008.

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With her snacks, coupons, lists, gift cards and coffee, Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance, in the studio Nov. 18, 2008, shows that she's ready to go shopping on Black Friday.

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Mary Hance, in the studio May 12, 2009, shows that she is ready for summer fun.

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Ms. Cheap poses for the cover of her fall 2009 guide.

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Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, poses with a penny in the studio Sept. 30, 2009. She was promoting her Penny Drive, during which she asks readers for their pennies for Second Harvest Food Bank.

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Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, poses with a handful of pennies in the studio Sept. 30, 2009, to promote her Penny Drive, during which she asks readers for their pennies for Second Harvest Food Bank.

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Mary Hance sits on Santa's lap at Santa's Wonderland of the Bass Pro Shop in Opry Mills on Nov. 23,  2009.

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Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, get ready for free baseball in the studio Feb. 18, 2010.

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Mary Hance poses in the studio Nov. 12, 2010, with Centennial Youth Ballet dancers Laurel Hoover, left, Lauren Curtsinger, in the back, and Mary Turnage for the group's

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance gets ready Nov. 12, 2010, for A Tuba Christmas, a free Christmas concert with more than 100 tubas playing Christmas carols at First Baptist Church in downtown Nashville.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance poses at the Gentry Farm on Oct. 22, 2012.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance poses at the Gentry Farm on Oct. 22, 2012, for the cover of her fall preview.

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Finished collection cans for Ms. Cheap's annual Penny Drive sit during a work session at Second Harvest in Nashville on Oct. 24, 2012.

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Gift bags wait to be handed out during Ms. Cheap's Cheapest of the Cheap contest winners luncheon at Fleming's Prime Steak House and Wine Bar on May 4, 2013.

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Elizabeth Miller, left, and her mother, Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, are excited May 6, 2013, about the arrival of their daughter and granddaughter, respectively, this summer.

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Ms. Cheap's Mary Hance poses in the studio May 22, 2013, for the cover of her summer fun package.

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Cathi Aycock, right, works on the hair of fellow reporter Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, in the studio Oct. 12, 2013, for their new column photos.

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Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, poses for a new column photo in the studio Oct. 12, 2013.

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Mary Hance's Ms. Cheap goes outdoors Nov. 1, 2013, for her fall cover.

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Mary Hance poses Feb. 26, 2014, for the 20-year anniversary of her Ms. Cheap column.

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Mary Hance greets her loyal readers during the 20th anniversary celebration of her Ms. Cheap column at the Frist Art Museum on March 19, 2014.

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Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, laughs with excitement as she and Jennifer Clemens come out of the latest addition at Nashville Shores,

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Mary Hance, better known as Ms. Cheap of The Tennessean, left, talks with Erik Lindsey during the Meet The Tennessean event at Emma's Bistro in Nashville on Oct. 13, 2015.

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Mary Hance's Ms. Cheap, who posed with donated T-shirts at The Tennessean's office June 21, 2016, is all smiles after so many T-shirts were donated in her drive for Room in the Inn.

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Mary Hance's Ms. Cheap has collected lots of

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Mary Hance's Ms. Cheap poses with collected T-shirts for Room in the Inn on June 23, 2016.

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NewsChannel 5's Meryll Rose, left, and The Tennessean's Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, tape a story for

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Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, is happily buried in T-shirts that were donated for Ms. Cheap's T-shirt drive for Room in the Inn on June 18, 2017.

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Mary Hance's Ms. Cheap, here Oct. 10, 2018, is ready to give tips that will make Halloween a much less scary shopping experience.

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The new label for the collection cans of the Ms. Cheap Penny Drive is shown Nov. 4, 2018. The drive has raised more than $477,000 since 2009 to help feed hungry children, seniors and families in Middle Tennessee.

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Mary Hance, aka Ms. Cheap, feeds a zebra some exotic pet food at the Tennessee Safari Park on Nov. 25, 2018.

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This mid-Might weekend is chock stuffed with free enjoyable for gardeners, hockey followers, music lovers and naturalists.  

City Gardening Pageant

The Grasp Gardeners of Davidson County’s free City Gardening Pageant, with 100 exhibitors and a plant sale, is Saturday at the Grasp Gardeners demonstration backyard at Ellington Agricultural Heart.

That is the seventh yr for this competition, which organizers say is “a one-stop store for these seeking to begin or make adjustments to a backyard.” 

The Grasp Gardeners of Davidson County’s free City Gardening Pageant is Saturday at Ellington Agricultural Heart. (Picture: Jennifer Telford)

The competition contains audio system and classes on the best way to amend soil, the best way to construct yard greenhouses, methods to revive roses, container gardening, pest management, beekeeping, chickens and composting.

There may even be a “backyard heart” with 1000’s of affordably priced herbs, perennials, pollinators and vegetable crops.

Plus, you may take a look at the chef tent the place you may watch demonstrations with regionally grown produce. There may even be a kids’s tent with face portray and different actions. The free occasion is 9 a.m.-Four p.m. at 5201 Marchant Drive.  

Particulars: mgofdc.org/ugf

Smashville Celebration

A Smashville celebration is about for midday to Four p.m. Saturday at Bridgestone Enviornment, the place followers can paint the ice and revel in stay music, video games, locker room excursions and a few cut price buying within the Nashville Predators Workforce Retailer. The occasion is free and there may be even free lunch from Delaware North.   

Particulars: bridgestonearena.com/occasions

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Musicians Nook is a music centered, household pleasant garden social gathering and live performance collection at Centennial Park. (Picture: Samuel M. Simpkins / The Tennessean)

Musicians Nook

The Musicians Nook free garden events proceed this weekend with music and family-friendly enjoyable from 5-9 p.m. Friday and midday to six p.m. Saturday.

The lineup contains: Sierra Corridor, Kyshona, Austin Plaine, Giri & Uma Peters, and Katie Ruvane on Friday; and Parker Millsap, Brandy Zdan, &Extra (Chill Moody & Donn T) , Viva Mexico and Savannah Sgro on Saturday.

Impressed by Audio system Nook in London, the Musicians Nook collection provides a Music Metropolis twist and presents 22 free occasions yearly in Might, June and September within the southwest nook of Centennial Park.

Since its inception in 2010, Musicians Nook has showcased over 1,500 artists, together with legends akin to Emmylou Harris, Chris Stapleton, Vince Gill, The Blind Boys of Alabama and Preservation Corridor Jazz Band. It’s a program of the Centennial Park Conservancy.

Particulars: musicianscornernashville.com

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Puppets play ‘The Tempest’

Wishing Chair Productions presents the story of the wizard named Prospero who stirs up a raging storm on an enchanted island with the assistance of a magical fairy. This can be a kid-friendly model of the Shakespeare play, “The Tempest,” that includes Tom Tichenor’s marionettes. Present instances are 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday on the Essential Library at 615 Church St. in downtown Nashville. Free admission.  

Particulars: library.nashville.org

‘Contact a Truck’ in Franklin

Franklin’s free “Contact a Truck” occasion, the place kids can discover every kind of vehicles and heavy gear is 5-9 p.m. Friday at Jim Warren Park.

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Particulars: franklintn.gov

Hike and Howl

Shelby Bottoms Nature Heart has a full moon evening hike at eight p.m. Saturday, adopted by a pickin’ social gathering on the again porch. Register at shelbybottomsnature@nashville.gov, or name 615-862-8539.  

► Extra weekend issues to do: Choose your personal berries at these Center Tennessee farms

Head to Sumner Crest Vineyard in Portland for the annual Seaside Bash social gathering. (Picture: Jennifer Easton/ Employees)

Seaside Bash

Sumner Crest Vineyard, 5306 Outdated Freeway 52 in Portland, has its annual Seaside Bash island-themed live performance that includes the Margarita Seaside Band, wine tastings and household enjoyable from 7-10 p.m. Saturday. Convey chairs and blankets. No outdoors wine.

Particulars: sumnercrestwinery.com or 615-325-4086

World Turtle Day

Rejoice World Turtle Day from Three-5 p.m. Saturday in Murfreesboro with a hike that may has stops at turtle stations the place you may be taught concerning the totally different species. There will probably be stay music, native distributors, video games, puppet exhibits and crafts. The free occasion is on the Wilderness Station is in Barfield Crescent Park.

The park additionally has free animal encounters at 1:30  p.m. on Saturdays this month, the place you will get a mini lesson on varied animals that decision Tennessee dwelling. 

Particulars: 615-217-3017

Library ebook gross sales

The Buddies of Hermitage Library will maintain a used ebook, CD and DVD sale on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to  Four:30 p.m.; Sunday from 2-Four p.m. and on Monday from 10 a.m. to Four:30 p.m. on the Hermitage Library, 3700 James Kay Lane, at Central Pike in Hermitage. Most objects are 50 cents to $1.50.

Buddies of Williamson County Library’s ebook sale is Friday by way of Sunday on the library at 1314 Columbia Ave. in Franklin. Costs vary from 50 cents to $5. Hours are 9 a.m. to Four:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and 1-Four:30 p.m. Sunday, when there’s a $5 bag sale.

Attain Ms. Low-cost at 615-259-8282 or mscheap@tennessean.com. Comply with her on Fb at fb.com/mscheap, and at Tennessean.com/mscheap, and on Twitter @Ms_Cheap, and catch her each Thursday at 11 a.m. on WTVF-Channel 5’s “Discuss of the City.”

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