*Sumner Trails Chapter of Tennessee Trails Association will lead a 2.5- mile foot trail hike at Fontanel Mansion property at 4125 Whites Creek Pike in Nashville. This hike is rated Easy with one slight climb. After the hike, we will have lunch at the restaurant on site. Meet for carpooling at Kroger Glenbrook parking lot at 9:15 a.m. or meet at Fontanel at 10 a.m. For further info, contact Sally at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*The HHS Golden Girls are doing a Bunny Pancake Breakfast the old lobby and cafeteria from 8:30-11:30 a.m. The tickets are $6 dollars each which includes pancakes and Easter Egg Hunt. Tickets will be available to purchase at the event for carnival games and prizes and photo with Easter Bunny. There will be a silent auction as well. This is an event fundraiser for the GG booster club.
*Sumner County Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 240 will have their Monthly meeting. All Vietnam veterans and Vietnam Era veterans are welcome. We are here to support all veterans. The meeting will be held at the Hendersonville VFW Post 9851; 6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. meeting time. For more information please call Louis at (615) 308 4460.
*Key to the City - Ladies will be playing Hand and Foot. Come enjoy a few hours of cards! The fun begins at 10:00 a.m. New members and guests are encouraged to attend. Hand and Foot is an easy game to learn. Call Carol @ 452-7602 for details.
*Key to the City - Ladies will be heating up the card tables playing Bunco at 7 p.m. Bunco is a social dice game - easy to play, easy to learn. Ladies of Sumner County, please come and join the Key ladies in having lots of laughs and good times. Call Shannon @ 270-929-5807.
*Hendersonville's Explorastory storytelling guild announces that topic for 6:45p.m. meeting at the Rock Castle visitor's center will be 'April Fool's Day Pranks, Jokes and Other Funny Stories.' The public is invited to attend and tell their stories. There is no charge for this event
*Park Place Retirement Community's Senior Health & Wellness Fair, 9 a.m. - noon; 45+ senior focused vendors and three workshops: 9 a.m. - Kathy Johnson-Warner, social worker, Senior Helpers, Topic: Parkinson 's disease; 10 a.m. - Ralph Williams, Doctor of Pharmacy, Hendersonville Health Mart, Topic: Diabetes; 11a.m. - Dr. Tom Miller, geriatric physician, Miller Health Group, Topic: Dementia. Open to the public, free health screenings, door prizes. Call Carol Maynard, (615) 822-6002 for more details.
*Key to the City members will host its May meeting at Bluegrass Country Club. April's guest speaker will be Kayce Johnson presenting a short synopsis of her 2,189-mile trek across the Appalachian Mountains. Social time begins at 11:00 a.m. followed by a buffet luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon cost is $21. Call Pam @ 417-7643 for reservations (by March 30th) or for additional information. Guests are welcome and are encouraged to come and learn about the KEY and its service work and other fun activities.
*GodWhy Church, 100 God Why Court., Hendersonville, will host Breakfast with the Bunny from 8 to11a.m. Pancakes, games, crafts, pictures with the bunny, silent basket auction and an Egg Hunt. Adult Egg Grab also available. Cost is $5; $10 including the adult egg hunt. Tons of prizes and a chance to win an Apple Watch. All funds support our youth ministry. Fun for all ages.
*Sumner Trails Chapter of Tennessee Trails Association will lead a 2-mile hike at
the Harpeth River State Historical Park. This foot trail follows alongside the Harpeth River, passing through an area known as "The Narrows." Here, the Harpeth River in a 5-mile bend nearly curves back on itself. Highlights include a panoramic view of the surrounding area, and a man-made tunnel that goes about 100 yards through the bluff at the narrowest point. We usually see a lot of wildflowers so bring your wildflower book. Meet for carpooling at First Presbyterian Church in Hendersonville at 9 a.m. For further info contact River Rat Al @email@example.com
* Key to the City - "Bookmarks" begins at 10 a.m. at the Hendersonville Library. This book club is unique - everyone brings the books or e-books she has read and presents her review(s) to those present. It is a wonderful way to get perspectives on a variety of books. The best part - we exchange books with one another. Another added benefit - a lot of laughs are shared. All Sumner County ladies are invited to participate. Call Rose at 447-5945.
* Key to the City's Creative Crafters will be making a spring craft. Guests are welcome. Call Pat @ 812-6862 and come join the fun and creativity!
* Key to the City's Hand and Foot gals are meeting from 10-2. Come play cards and enjoy a potluck lunch! Lessons provided to those wanting to learn. Playing cards is a great opportunity to spend the morning having fun and learning. Guests are welcome. For more information, call Carol @ 452-7602.
*Sumner Trails Chapter of Tennessee Trails Association will lead a 3.5-mile hike on the White House Greenway. This hike will be on paved trail and is rated Easy. Meet for carpooling at
Kroger in Glenbrook in the parking lot at 9:30 a.m., or at the Tyree Springs Road trailhead adjacent to White House High School around 10:15 a.m. For further info contact Sally at (615) 218-1086.
*Sumner Teen Center will host a spring open house and fundraiser - Burger Battle 2017. It will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sumner Teen Center. Contestants will compete to grill their best burger using any meat, vegetables or toppings they prefer. There will be a judge's favorite prize and the overall winner will be the contestant who raises the most $1 votes. The event will also feature an auction. Tickets are available through Event Brite, STC's website and Facebook and from all STC Board of Directors and staff for $15 or two for $25. Contact Dustin Hamby at 615-530-8248 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Key to the City Potluck Supper Club starts at 6 p.m. Enjoy casual dining where you will feel at home while savoring wonderful home cooked food. Members and guests enjoy not only good food but also fellowship and they get to know each other better over a casual meal. Guests are welcome. Come alone or bring a friend. Call Elaine @ 579-9862 for details and location.
*The City of Hendersonville presents Earth Day Event - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Event activities will include tree planting, games, crafts & activities, environmental & earth friendly education. Food and drinks will be available. City Hall - 101 Maple Drive North, Hendersonville.
*Volunteer State Community College will be joined by a small orchestra and students from Portland High School for a performance of Schubert Mass in G Choral Concert at 3 p.m. It will take place at Wemyss Auditorium on the Vol State campus at 1480 Nashville Pike in Gallatin. Admission is a suggested $5 donation with proceeds funding student scholarships. For more info, call 615-230-3302.
*Key to the City is sponsoring its Second Annual Paint Party! Why? Because it's fun and a FUNdraiser for local Sumner County charities. Cost is $25 which includes all supplies needed to paint and a bite to eat. Bring your own smock. Go home with good memories and a masterpiece! Call Chris @ 230-6450 or Vickie @ 451-3540 for time, location and details. Limited seats are available so reserve now!
* The members of Key to the City invite all Sumner County ladies, whether you are new to the area or are an "old timer" to attend a Friendship Coffee. Friends are treasured; if you want to become a part of a special group of ladies, this is your chance. The friendship coffee is a great time to make new friends and enjoy time with old friends. The Key members would love to see you for coffee at 10:00 a.m. For additional details, call Jeanie @ 824-2344.
April 28, 29, 30
*Hendersonville High School Theater Department presents Seussical the Musical. Fri. - 7:00 p.m., Sat. -7:00 and Sun.- 2:30 p.m. Tickets- $10, children 10 and under -$5.
Citizens asked to take survey
*The Mayor and Board of Aldermen of Hendersonville have begun a process called Hendersonville Horizons to plan for the future of the city. The first step in the process is to conduct a survey of residents. The survey is available online at hendersonvillehorizons.org or paper copies can be obtained at the city hall, chamber of commerce office, or the public library. The survey should only take five minutes to complete and can be completed anonymously. The deadline for filling out the survey is April 10. The survey results will lead to recommendations from the Steering Committee to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen at a public meeting.
*Free care-giver support group is for you, at the Hickory Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center, 162 Indian Lake Blvd., the third Thursday of each month from 6-8pm. Contact Dawn Elledge for more information to (615) 831-3167.