photo credit: InterNASHional Food Crawl
Labor Day is around is the corner and there are still opportunities to enjoy yourself, socially distant of course. Each of these activities can will leave enlightened, inspired, cultured and your stomach full.
The Nashville Civil Rights Movement Walking & Driving Tour is a self-guided adventure you can take solo, with a few friends or family. Published by Historic Nashville Inc., the tour gives participants a look into key places that played a role in the Civil Rights Movement. You can click here to view tour stops stops and also view a detailed day in the life of one family who took the tour together.
The InternNASHional Food Crawl is a foodie and international explorers dream. Bringing together the best cultural driven cuisine from around the world right here in Nashville in a new virtual experience, for this year. It was started 7 years ago as a way to showcase the depth of Nashville’s diverse food scene and immigrant community. This year highlights include a Persian Picnic Basket by Louisa Shafia with handcrafted ice cream flavors by Lokelani Alabanza of Saturated and an ending Brunch Box event at The Horn cafe.
The creators of mimdmilk are bringing A.R. (augmented reality) elements to various murals around the city, bringing Nashville to life in a new and exciting way. Each mission is strategically structured for outdoors to support local businesses and spread positivity—all while adhering to COVID-19 safety guidelines. The scavenger hunt encourages Nashville to look beyond what the eyes can see and to embrace what makes this city so special: our community.
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