Wedgewood/Houston Art Crawl This Saturday!

 

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Wedgewood / Houston Art Crawl, Fist Saturday of each month.

Zeitgeist-art

Zeitgeist-art

I know it’s the Labor Day Weekend, but this Saturday evening is also the Wedgewood / Houston artcrawl!

Wedgewood / Houston (nicknamed WeHo) neighborhood is a close cluster of strong artisan relationships and has functioned as a historic home for many artist studios. Every month they open their doors to Nashvillians to experience a free art and music walk. The walk begins at 6:00 PM on the first Saturday of every month. Just minutes from downtown, and walking distance from the old Nashville Sounds stadium, WeHo has dozens of venues, commercial galleries, artist-run studios, and coworking spaces exhibiting groundbreaking art each month.

Bits and Pieces

Packing Plant, Bits and Pieces

After experiencing this great little adventure a couple times, I am hooked. I honestly look forward to the first Saturday of each month. The vibe is very chill, very creative, and very open. Each artist stop along the way not only features the artists work, but also their style and sometimes the artists are even there doing the actual work. Wine, beer and other beverages are available for free at each stop as well.

This is a great date night activity or group activity . . . just know that more than 8 people and you will definitely get separated. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to expand their artistic side, explore art in all forms and be around creative Nashvillians!

 

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Yazoo (yeah- zoo), TN’s First Craft Brewery

Yazoo Beer, Dos Perros

Yazoo Brewery, Since 2003

When it’s a hot Saturday in June, what better way to spend it than taking a brewery tour at Yazoo Brewery and enjoying different libations that the house has to offer?

 

Yazoo’s owner Linus Hall opened the doors of Yazoo in October 2003. What was once a young UVA student’s passion for brewing that sprung from a Home-brewing kit purchased from the back of a 1993 Rolling Stones Magazine was now a business.

I love Yazoo. The first time I tried a Dos


I was hooked. I will choose Yazoo over pretty much any other beer when I’m in TN. Keepin’ it local, ya know. But Dos Perros isn’t all they have. Varietals include, but aren’t limited to: Yazoo Pale Ale, Spring Wheat, Hefeweizen, Sly Rye Porter, Hop Projects, Gerst and the Tennessee’s first ever legal high-gravity al, Yazoo Sue. Aptly named after the famous Johnny Cash, it’s dark and strong, just like ‘The Man in Black’.

The first space Yazoo occupied was in Marathon Music works, but they soon outgrew the small space and now take up residence in the Gulch, 910 Division Street to be exact. The brew tours have grown from a one room, one stop tour to a 45 minute multi-stop tour, and it’s great.

Yazoo doesn’t serve entrees, only light app fare and pretzels. However, there is usually a food truck parked at the front door on Friday and Saturday. So, stop by today – you won’t be disappointed!

Cheers!

Yazoo Brewery Tour Guide

Yazoo Brewery Tour Guide

 

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