Music performances and new exhibtions in this week’s Tennessee tourism round up

1405611891000-made-in-tennesseeBy Amanda Stravinsky   

Jan. 22

Hendersonville – Sip wine, beer, or a cocktail as you paint step-by-step with a performing artist at Paint Nite at Kohana Japanese Restaurant.

Jan. 23

Nashville – Grammy Award-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter will make his debut performance 8 p.m. at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Tickets start at $25.

Murfreesboro – Take part in a Winter Evening Exhibit showing of the wedding dresses on display 4-8 p.m. at Oaklands Historic House Museum.

Jan. 23-24

Red Boiling Springs – Spend the night with ghosts as paranormal researcher and author Chad Morin serves as a guide during Ghost Hunt Weekend at the haunted Thomas House Hotel.

Jan. 24

Memphis – Dreams can come true at the Winter Fantasy Tea where princesses and other special guests will attend noon to 1 p.m. at The Children’s Museum of Memphis.

Upper Cumberland – Patrons can sample Tennessee spirits along the Wine, Shine, & Stein Tours at DelMonaco Winery, Calfkiller Brewery, and Short Mountain Distillery. Tickets are $35.

Spring City – The David Benedict and Michael Moore Duo will bring beautiful music to the Tennessee Valley Theatre.

Jan. 24-25

Shelbyville – See dirt bikes zip and slide around the course during the Tennessee Indoor MX Championship at Calsonic Arena.

Jan. 26

Jonesborough – Hands-on classes in clay, pottery, and ceramics will be conducted at the McKinney Center. For more information, call Theresa Hammons, McKinney Center director, at 423-753-0562.

Jan. 27

Nashville – Discover what anthropologists discovered in a cemetery on zoo property 6:30 p.m. at the Nashville Zoo.

Jan. 30-Feb. 1

Nashville – The 25th annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville will feature Diane Keaton, a southern garden tour by Garden & Gun, Blackberry Farm’s Kreis Beall with Suzanne Kasler and a design panel with some of the top designers at the Music City Center.


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