Magical Middle Tennessee

Real Estate Agent with The Marilyn Group, Fridrich & Clark Realty 287207

I have been reflecting on what a genuinely super place Middle Tennessee is in the summer. With an average July high of 88 F and low of 68 F, Middle Tennessee’s midsummer nights are breezy and the mornings are refreshing and crisp. July starts off with The Smithville Fiddlers’ Jamboree, which brings in over 100,000 visitors to one of the top rated Bluegrass, Folk and Appalachian Music Competitions in the States. Next comes the Nashville Fourth of July celebration at Riverfront Park, an annual Nashville Tradition where many Middle Tennesseans gather on the banks of the Cumberland River to watch fireworks with their families. The Uncle Dave Macon Days Festival, beginning the Thursday after the 4th of July, honors the memory of Uncle Dave Macon, one of the Grand Ole Opry’s first superstars. Bobby Macon, Uncle Dave's Grandson was a friend and neighbor.  On the second Saturday of July the Scarritt-Bennett Center holds the Celebration of Cultures, which includes an international market, dancing and entertainment for the entire family. The Chet Atkins Appreciation Society, one of the largest guitar-related fan clubs in the world, also holds its annual convention the second week of July. The Belle Meade Plantation holds Sunday evening “Concerts on the Lawn” where jazz and blues concerts are appreciated in a historic setting. Glad that I am a Realtor who can help folks buy and sell in magical Middle Tennessee.

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