1. Natchez Trace Hiking
WHAT: Needing a stroll through the woods to fight the cold dark winter? Join Outdoor Murfreesboro this Sunday for a 1.6 mile hike at the Natchez Trace on the Old Trace Garrison Creek Loop Trail.
Registration is required. This trail is rated as “moderate” due to some elevation change and rocky, uneven terrain. This event is for ages 10 and older, departing the wilderness station at 9 am. Fee is $15.
If you can’t make it to this hike, there’s a whole series throughout the month of February.
Contact for more information: Arti Mullins, 615-217-3017, email@example.com. Register online here! If you’ve never registered, you’ll need to make an account.
WHEN: Saturday, January 26 from 9am – 5pm
WHERE: Natchez Trace on the Old Trace Garrison Creek Loop Trail
2. Rock Your Yoga
WHAT: Join K Brandon Parsons and Tru360Fit Smyrna for a one hour power yoga session on Sunday.
Bring your mat, towel, water, and be ready to ROCK! Expect to hear artists like Disturbed, HELLYEAH, Red Sun Rising, and many more. *Must have minimum of 7 participants for class to be held. Tickets can be bought at the Eventbrite site here.
WHEN: Sunday, January 27, 4pm – 5pm
WHERE: Tru 360 Fit, 291 Sam Ridley Parkway East #200, Smyrna
3. Tie the Knot Murfreesboro
WHAT: Tie the Knot Wedding Show is excited to present brides and grooms with the best local wedding vendors in the Middle Tennessee area! Join us for an afternoon filled with bridal fashion, catering and cake samples, and the opportunity to meet the best planners, photographers, DJs, and more!
Admission is free.
Pre-Registration is suggested, but not required. Click here to register.
WHEN: Sunday, January 27, 12pm – 4pm
WHERE: Cheval Manor Weddings & Events, 7052 W Gum Rd, Murfreesboro
4. SEBRA Extreme Bull Riding National Finals
WHAT: The Full Force Diesel SEBRA Extreme Bull Riding & Cowgirls Barrel Racing National Finals, presented by The Alley on Main, comes to Murfreesboro for two nights of edge of your seat action! Come watch the top Cowboys & Cowgirls of the SEBRA Association compete for year end championships! Both nights include Bull Riding & Cowgirls Barrel Racing along with lots of laughter from the world renowned rodeo clown barrel man, Craig Miller.
Friday night is $5 Kids night, ages 11 & under, supporting the Boys & Girls Club of Rutherford County.
Purchase tickets in advance: $8 for children (11 years and under), $15 for general admission (12 years and older). Prices at the door are $10 for children (11 years and under), $20 for general admission (12 years and older). Reserved seating tickets cost more. Visit their website for more info.
WHEN: Friday, January 25 & Saturday, January 26
WHERE: Tennessee Miller Coliseum, 304 W Thompson Ln, Murfreesboro
5. Caffeine and Classics January 2019
WHAT: Caffeine and Classics, Streetside Classic’s monthly automotive gathering, takes place on the final Saturday of every month from 9am until 12pm. Caffeine and Classics is a fun and spirited event featuring complementary coffee, donuts and the company of fellow car enthusiasts. As always, all makes and models are welcome!
WHEN: Saturday, January 26, 9am – 12pm
WHERE: Streetside Classics – Nashville, 6000 Reliance Drive, La Vergne