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Oct
7
Sat
First Saturday Art Crawl @ Art Galleries in the Nashville Area
Oct 7 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The First Saturday Art crawl is a monthly event during which Nashville Art Galleries allow participants free admission to their latest exhibits. Over twenty venues participate in the Art Crawl with many also hosting receptions. The first Saturday Art Crawl is a great time to enjoy the art and culture that downtown Nashville has to offer.

Oct
8
Sun
Nashville Oktoberfest Dachshund Derby
Oct 8 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

What’s an Oktoberfest without Wieners?! A family favorite at the Nashville Oktoberfest is the annual Wiener Dog races! Officially known as the Dachshund Derby, this event pits heats adorable Dachshunds competing to the finish line down our 50′ track. To the victor go the spoils! Winning dogs in each racing category are awarded a coveted Oktoberfest Dachshund Derby medal.

Undoubtedly the cutest race in the southeast!

http://thenashvilleoktoberfest.com/dogtoberfest/

Oct
11
Wed
The Bourbon Social @ Central Kentucky
Oct 11 – Oct 15 all-day

“Celebrating America’s native spirit, and the people, places, and things that make it so tasty. PLUS, exploring other taste makers who are using Bourbon and Whiskey (by liquid, barrel, or otherwise) to continue the tradition of this Kentucky specialty.” Learn More Here: http://www.thebourbonsocial.com/home-1/

Oct
13
Fri
The Bourbon Chase Relay @ A 200-mile relay race along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail
Oct 13 – Oct 14 all-day

“The Bourbon Chase celebrates the best of Kentucky. It is a 200-mile journey across the Bluegrass State – through our historic bourbon distilleries, across our majestic horse country, and into our enchanting small towns.”

Learn More Here: https://www.bourbonchase.com/

 

Oct
21
Sat
Boudin Cook-Off
Oct 21 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

You can’t think Louisiana without imagining the numerous delicacies Cajuns enjoy. For the past decade, one of those dishes has drawn hundreds to Parc Sans Souci in Downtown Lafayette for a celebration and competition all centered around one thing: boudin.

First dreamt up by Robert Carriker, history professor at University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette’s Boudin Cook-Off was established as a means of showcasing the talents of boudin makers from across the state. Now in its 10th year, the list of participants has grown, and those looking to sample the delectable dish will have the chance to try boudin from across the state.

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