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AquaScarium guests will get extra treat this year

Families who arrive early for the Tennessee Aquarium’s AquaScarium VII Halloween party will get an extra special treat - the chance to see someone walk a line suspended between the Aquarium’s peaks.

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Centertown Fall Festival generates fun and funds

Centertown Fall Festival generates fun and funds

Community and family involvement plays a huge part in any fundraising attempt, especially school fundraisers. Centertown Elementary is blessed with a very supportive community, and a group of parents and family members that supply extensive support.

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Tennessee Aquarium offers high-wire thrills

Families who arrive early for the Tennessee Aquarium’s AquaScarium VII Halloween party will get an extra special treat -- the chance to see someone walk a line suspended between the aquarium’s peaks.

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Pumpkinfest returns to Franklin's Main Street

Franklin’s favorite fall celebration is returning to Main Street this month, and this time it’s bigger and better than ever.

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Down on the farm

Down on the farm

Students at Warren County High School got a hands-on experience with agriculture when the Warren County chapter of the Future Farmers of America held an Agriculture Appreciation Day.

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Callie Durham to wed Oct. 18

Callie Brooke Durham is set to wed Philip Brent Hitchcock on Oct. 18 in McMinnville. The bride-elect is the daughter of Tommy and Darlene Bryant, and the parents of the prospective bridegroom are Glenn and Vickie Mitchell.

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Once upon a tea

Once upon a tea

Beatrix Potter is best known for her beloved stories and watercolor illustrations of naughty Peter Rabbit and all his animal friends.

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Chronic condition seminar registration

Are you living with a chronic condition such as heart disease, arthritis, asthma, depression, diabetes, cancer, or others?  If so, you might be interested in the free Living Well with Chronic Conditions seminar.

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'Titans of the Last Ice Age 3D' at aquarium

Hockey fans may already be aware that giant saber-toothed cats once roamed Tennessee. In May of 1971, workers unearthed a prehistoric cave system in downtown Nashville that contained the fossilized remains of Smilodon Fatalis, an extinct species in the tiger family that contained huge fangs. Radiocarbon dating techniques indicated that this specimen was alive around 9,500 years ago at the very end of the last ice age. Today the Nashville Predators feature the toothy prehistoric cat as the iconic symbol of the team each time they take to the ice.

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'Spamalot' coming Oct. 17

The Arts Center of Cannon County is presenting Monty Python’s “Spamalot” Oct. 17 – 26 .

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Register for annual Fall Color Cruise

Imagine an afternoon excursion on a pontoon boat cruising beautiful Center Hill Lake in early November, the water reflecting the blue of the sky, and trees ablaze with color along the banks. This is the idyllic scenario that has inspired the annual Fall Color Cruise sponsored by the Friends of Edgar Evins State Park, and park employees. No one can guarantee perfect weather every year but we can anticipate everyone having a good time!

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Autumn Street Fair 2014

Autumn Street Fair 2014

A definite nip in the air was felt Saturday for the 20th Autumn Street Fair in downtown McMinnville. Over 200 booth vendors scurried to get set up, and then to keep it together as gusts of wind wreaked havoc on their displays. The day was organized and presented by the Leadership McMinnville class.

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