A "Big Weekend" Ahead!

We have a big weekend ahead--don't miss any of the great events!

Live theatre wraps-up with "The King and I" at the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts. Phone 615-904-ARTS (2787) to make reservations.

At the Arts Center of Cannon County in neighboring Woodbury, "Shrek, The Musical" does its swan song this weekend as well. Phone 615-563-ARTS (2787).

Farm-fresh produce Friday morning from 7:00AM to noon at the Farmer's Market. This is at the Lane Agri-Park, 315 John R. Rice Boulevard.

Then a cruise-in Friday night from 5:00 to 9:00PM in the parking lot beside Belk Department Store in the Avenue of Murfreesboro. That's free to attend.

The Mid-State Iris Association's "IRIS PLANT SALE" is Saturday morning from 7:00AM to noon at Martin's Home and Garden at 1020 NW Broad Street.

Another early event, the "8th ANNUAL BYRON MOTLEY HERO GOLF TOURNAMENT" begins at 7:00 o'clock Saturday morning at the Old Fort Park Golf Course (108 Golf Lane). Proceeds benefit the endowment Scholarship at MTSU that honors the late Murfreesboro Police Captain Byron Motley. Make checks payable to JPJ Foundation (926 Scepter Dr.; Murfreesboro 37129). For more information, call Joseph Peebles at 615-893-3986.

Main Street's "Saturday Marketplace" around the historic Rutherford County Courthouse is Saturday morning from 8:00AM until noon. Meet your friends, get farm fresh goods, eggs, honey, baked items and more.

On top of all this, the St. Clair Street Senior Center at 325 St. Clair Street has a dance at 7:00 Saturday night. It features the Bill Sleeter trio. Admission is $5 at the door. This is for persons age 60+.

Step back in time and enjoy VINTAGE BASEBALL at the Sam Davis Home in Smyrna. It's free, and the first game is at noon.

Murfreesboro City Schools invites everyone to Reeves Rogers School, Greenland Drive, for an 2:00 to 4:00PM Sunday afternoon open house. Much renovation there, along with a new mascot. A mustang horse name "Thunder". Hmm, right across the street is MTSU with a horse named "Lightning". Wow--"Thunder" and "Lightning" are looking to stir a storm of support. By the way, the ribbon cutting is at 2:00PM.

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