What to Do this Weekend: Oct 4-6, 2013


First, congratulations to everyone who WON CHER TICKETS this week from Mix 929!
   Cher will be at Bridgestone Arena March 31st. Tickets officially go on sale today (Friday) ... at noon. www.ticketmaster.com
          Musicians' Corner is Saturday afternoon, noon to 5, Centennial Park. Free live music and a Mix 929 KIDSVILLE tent with lots of fun things for the kids to do! www.musicianscornernashville.com
          Also at Centennial tomorrow (Sat, Oct 5), the "Celebrate Nashville" Cultural Festival. Music, food, song and dance, children’s activities, and educational exhibits, all highlighting and celebrating the many different cultures in Nashville. Draws close to 60,000 people a year. www.celebratenashville.org
          Take the kids -- and your camera --  for a fun day at Lucky Ladd Farms, just south of Nashville. Corn maze, pumpkin patch, Tennessee's largest petting zoo, wagon rides,  gemstone mining and more! Kroger Plus card holders get discounts. www.mix929.com

          Today and tomorrow (Fri and Sat), come celebrate "Fall Fest" at The Hermitage. Music, food, art and history. www.thehermitage.com

         NOTE: In case you were wondering: the Nashville Zoo is NOT affected by the partial government shutdown. The Zoo is a local non-profit, and is open for business. www.NashvilleZoo.org  
          At Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, it's "Cheekwood Harvest Month" (thru Oct 31st), with a pumpkin patch, scarecrows, live music, tours and family activities. www.Cheekwood.org

          Disney On Ice, Princesses and Heroes, is at Bridgestone through Sunday(Oct 6).  www.BridgestoneArena.com

         For the little ones, there's the Puppet Truck Show at the Bellevue Public Library, Saturday, 10am. www.nowplayingnashville.com

         At the Nashville Children's Theater, see the play "A Wrinkle in Time" through Sunday. www.nashvilleChildrensTheatre.org