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FEBRUARY 2020

HendersonvilleLifestyle.com

Love and Happiness

SPRING HAVEN MANSION HENDERSONVILLE’S HIDDEN GEM

EXPLORE VIRTUAL REALITY AT ADVENTURE ALLEY


LIFESTYLE LETTER

FEBRUARY 2020 PUBLISHER

Lynn Bowles | lynn.bowles@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Rick Murray | rick.murray@lifestylepubs.com

All You Need is Love WELCOME TO FEBRUARY 2020 AND THE SHORTEST MONTH OF THE YEAR.  

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However, this year February is one day longer because 2020 is a leap year. So, what

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

is a leap year? A leap year occurs once every four years when an extra day is added

Rick Murray

to the calendar. This day is needed as a corrective measure because the Earth does not orbit the sun in precisely 365 days (it actually takes 365.25 days.) 

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Rick Murray

February is also the month of love, with Valentine’s Day falling on Friday, Feb. 14. So, this month we thought about a romantic road trip to a hidden gem right here in Hendersonville. We also have a story about a place where you can just have lots of fun with that special person or kids in your life.  And don’t forget to read our special Parting Thought, that tells the story of how Hendersonville and the surrounding communities came together in love and prayers for a fallen officer.    So, Hendersonville, while you fill your home with chocolate truffles and roses this month, remember to fill your heart, too. Find what makes you feel alive—and don’t forget to share it with us. 

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Proverbs 3:5-6 Hendersonville Lifestyle™ is published monthly by Lifestyle Publications LLC. It is distributed via the US Postal Service to some of the Hendersonville areas’ most affluent neighborhoods. Articles and advertisements do not necessarily reflect Lifestyle Publications’ opinions. No portion of this magazine may be reproduced in any form without written consent. Lifestyle Publications does not assume responsibility for statements made by advertisers or editorial contributors. Information in Hendersonville Lifestyle™ is gathered from sources considered to be reliable, but the accuracy of all information cannot be guaranteed.


INSIDE THE ISSUE FEBRUARY 2020 FEATURES 14 Explore Virtual Reality at Adventure Alley State-of-the-Art Entertainment in the City by the Lake

18 Spring Haven Mansion Hendersonville’s Hidden Gem History Comes Alive for Your Perfect Getaway, Wedding or Special Event

22 “How To” in 2020 Start Your Journey into New Crafts and Hobbies with these Great Reads

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34 A Grateful Community Says Goodbye to a Local Hero Hendersonville Comes Together to Support its First Responders

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

8

Good Times

12

Around Town

14

Locally Owned

18

Road Trip

22 Page Turners 24 Renovate & Refine 31

Realty Report

32 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Parting Thoughts


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GOOD TIMES 1.

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3.

Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce Holiday Open House The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual holiday open house on Dec. 12.

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1. Samantha Barnett and Amanda Foster are enjoying themselves at the open house. | 2. Greg Wilson and Jenna Hunter enjoy a moment. | 3. Larry and Arlene Cunningham pose with Andrew Felder. | 4. Food and fun were abundant at the open house. | 5. Chamber friends enjoying the open house. | 6. Kevin Jones and Kori Langford are having a good time.

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2.

3.

Sumner Realtors Hold Board and Officer Installation Ceremony Sumner Realtors held its board and officer installation ceremony at the Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club on Dec. 6.

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1. Sumner Realtors presents Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County with a donation check. | 2. Former Congressman Diane Black gives the oath of office to board members. | 3. Outgoing President Wendy Suttle gives new President Shellie Tucker an award. | 4. Past President Wendy Suttle addresses the crowd. | 5. Former Congressman Diane Black addresses the realtors. | 6. Newly-installed President Shellie Tucker addresses her fellow realtors.

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GOOD TIMES 1.

2.

3.

Hendersonville Christmas Parade The annual HolidayFest Christmas Parade was held on West Main St. in Hendersonville on Dec. 8.

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1. The Sprouse family rides in the parade. | 2. Parade participants handed out lots of candy along the route. | 3. The Hendersonville Band of Gold performs. | 4. The Beech Buccaneer Band performs. | 5. Parade grand marshals Cherish Lee and Charlene Tilton wave to the crowd. | 6. The HolidayFest Queen and King, Cindy and Derek Kimbro, are having fun in the parade.

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"Deck the Hulls" Christmas Boat Parade The 5th annual Sumner County “Deck the Hulls” Christmas Boat Parade was held on Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville, TN on Dec. 14.

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6.

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1. Tennessee Jack II shows its colors. | 2. The overall boat parade winner, In Production makes a pass. | 3. Colorful boats attracted a large crowd to the parade. | 4. Spectrum makes a pass. | 5. Spectrum shows its colors. | 6. Santa Claus waves from In Production.

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AROUND TOWN Classic, the Hendersonville Half-Marathon and the Indian Lake Loop. Following the races, several people jumped into the cold 45° outdoor pool as part of the annual Polar Plunge.

VOL STATE FALL GRADUATION Students, family, and well-wishers filled the Pickel Field House on Dec. 14 to celebrate Volunteer State Community College fall commencement. Dennis Powers, class of 1973, gave the Alumni Association welcome. He is the college's Distinguished Alumnus of the Year. Former Pittsburgh Steelers and University of

TRISTAR HENDERSONVILLE ANNOUNCES NEW YEAR'S BABY 2020

Tennessee football punter, Craig Colquitt, was the

The Birth Center at TriStar Hendersonville wel-

commencement speaker. The two-time Super Bowl

comed the birth of baby Paisley to parents Kelsi

champion reminded the graduates that “the oppor-

Balliache and Jacob Brewer at 1:19 p.m. on Jan. 1.

tunities come from how you decide your own life.”

“Welcoming babies into the world is one of the greatest joys of working in maternity services,” said Jan Alexander, director of women’s services. “There is an extra sense of excitement and promise that comes with the delivery of the first baby of the New Year. The TriStar Hendersonville team is overjoyed to be a part of this family’s special day.”

GOODLETTSVILLE YULEFEST The annual Goodlettsville Yulefest celebration was held at Historic Manskers Station on Dec. 7. The event attracted hundreds of visitors from Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky who came to experience period Christmas decorations, music, carriage rides and refreshments. A wide variety of activities were held in the Bowen

FROSTBITE 5K AND 10K RACES AND POLAR PLUNGE

House, Manskers Fort and the Visitors Center.

On Saturday, Dec. 28, nearly 400 runners competed in the 17th annual Frostbite 5K and 10K

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races held at the Sumner County Family YMCA in

We are always accepting submissions for announce-

Hendersonville. The Frostbite races make up the

ments you’d like to see included in our Around Town

fourth and final leg of the Hendersonville Race

section. Submissions are accepted via the Contact

Series, which also includes the Memorial Day

Us tab at HendersonvilleLifestyle.com.

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LOCALLY OWNED

EXPLORE VIRTUAL REALITY

Tori Krisle fights a virtual opponent in Hologate.

AT ADVENTURE ALLEY STATE-OF-THE-ART ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY BY THE LAKE

ONE OF THE BIGGEST TRENDS IN ENTERTAINMENT TODAY IS VIRTUAL REALITY (VR) GAMING. Featuring high resolution 3D imagery, realistic surround sound and physical motion support, VR games provide fully-immersive entertainment that has to be experienced to be believed. VR systems have become very common at theme parks around the country, including Disney World and Six Flags. Offering superb VR technology, these destinations attract thousands of visitors each year who want to enjoy the ultimate entertainment experience. However, travel and accommodations for theme parks can be very costly, especially for families. Fortunately, Hendersonville folks do not need to take an expensive trip to experience VR. Instead, they can just take a short drive down West Main Street to Adventure Alley, home of some of the most advanced VR games around. Formerly the Holder Family Fun Center, Adventure Alley is Hendersonville’s ultimate entertainment destination for people of all ages. Along with VR systems, Adventure Alley also offers many other fun activities, including bowling, laser tag, bumper cars, go-karts, bungee jumping and arcade games. “We started exploring VR opportunities in late 2018, and we came to realize that this was the future of entertainment,” says Adventure Alley owner, Barbara Holder. “We did a lot of research into the technology, including attending industry trade shows.” 14

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ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY RICK MURRAY


In addition to virtual reality, Adventure Alley offers many different attractions, including spin bumper cars.

Jamison Gieter and Delaney Coster enjoy an arcade game at Adventure Alley.

Jaxson Brown and Tori Krisle compete in Hologate.

VR games, such as Hologate, provide audio-visual systems that let non-players follow the action.

After completing her due diligence, Barbara determined that the time was right to take the plunge into the VR world. “Once we committed to VR, we began our rebranding process,” says Barbara. “We changed our name, and we adopted a new logo – ‘Adventure Alley – We make fun a Virtual Reality.’” CONTINUED >

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LOCALLY OWNED (CONTINUED)

Tori Krisle and Jaxson Brown are enjoying a fun ride on Virtual Rabbids.

Adventure

Alley’s

first

VR

purchase

was

Hologate, created by industry leader Creative Works. Hologate is a high-tech system that features multiple gaming scenarios. Its multiplayer support makes it ideal for group gatherings such as birthday parties and team building. “When we purchased Hologate, it came with only one game installed,” says Barbara. “However, Creative Works has added six new games over the past year, and they are continuing to create new experiences.” After seeing the success of Hologate, the Adventure Alley team continued to expand their VR offerings. In short order, they added two new attractions – Virtual Rabbids, a two-player, three course system, and VR Pods, which offer over 100 roller-coaster ride experiences. As with Hologate, these systems also proved to be very popular. In late 2019, Adventure Alley decided to purchase its most advanced virtual reality system yet, called Blitz. Blitz is an intense multiplayer racing simulation that offers multiple course and vehicle selections. “Blitz features cutting-edge technology that provides the ultimate gaming experience,” says Barbara. “It cost over $200,000.” Looking ahead to the future, Barbara is confident that virtual reality is the new reality. ADVENTURE ALLEY 460 West Main St., Hendersonville 615.590.4386 AdventureAlley.com 16

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Hendersonville Lifestyle publisher Lynn Bowles tries his hand at Blitz, the newest virtual reality attraction at Adventure Alley.


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ROAD TRIP

HISTORY COMES ALIVE FOR YOUR PERFECT GETAWAY, WEDDING OR SPECIAL EVENT

ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY RICK MURRAY Spring Haven Mansion sits on slightly over 3 acres of grounds.

S P R I N G H AV E N MANSIONHENDERSONVILLE’S HIDDEN GEM

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Technically, Spring Haven’s overnight guest facilities are strictly lodging, in that breakfast is not served on-site. However, that difference does not seem to bother guests. “Although we don’t do the breakfast part, we are centrally located so that we are no more than a couple of miles from all of the major dining locations in Hendersonville and Gallatin,” says Tammie. “We reguThe Historic Cabin was built in 1800 and features bedrooms, a large living area and a kitchen. It has the capacity to sleep up to 6 people.

larly refer our clients to local eateries, including Café 393, Red Rooster and Myers Front Porch. Spring Haven’s lodging capability makes it the only historical event venue in Hendersonville where clients can have their events and stay overnight on the grounds.

NESTLED IN A QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD, JUST

“We can sleep nine on the property – six in the

A FEW HUNDRED YARDS FROM OLD HICKORY

historic cabin and three more in the mansion suite,”

LAKE, LIES ONE OF THE BEST KEPT SECRETS IN

says Tammie. “Sleeping outside is also a possibility.

HENDERSONVILLE – HISTORIC SPRING HAVEN

We have a bride in an upcoming wedding who wants

MANSION. Steeped in history and charm, the gor-

to glamp in an elegant tent outside near the barn with

geous two-story home sits on just over 3 acres of

a bridal party of 20.”

tree-enshrouded grounds. Along with the mansion,

Coming

from

corporate

backgrounds,

neither

the property also includes a cabin, a natural spring

Tammie nor Danny had ever managed an event venue.

house and a large barn.

However, they were undeterred.

Spring Haven Mansion was constructed in the

“We decided to jump into the deep end, feet first and

early 1800s by Polly Wagnon and her husband, John,

start swimming,” says Tammy. “We knew that we were

who was a close friend and personal physician of

making an enormous leap of faith in buying the prop-

Andrew Jackson. Jackson was a frequent visitor to

erty, but we always believed that it was the right thing

the property, and the subsequent construction of his

to do, and that Spring Haven would work out fine for us.

home, the Hermitage, reflected many of the design elements of Spring Haven.

Today, Tammie and Danny are working hard to make Spring Haven the place to go for all types of events.

Today, along with its historic significance, Spring

“We can handle all sorts of inside and outside occa-

Haven is rapidly becoming one of the area’s premier

sions, including meetings, dinners, showers, birthday/

event venues and romantic getaway destinations.

anniversary parties, weddings and family gatherings,”

Owners Tammie and Danny Sutherland purchased the

says Tammie. “We are set up to take care of most any

property in 2018, fulfilling a lifelong dream.

kind of corporate or social gathering.”

“We had always dreamed of owning a bed-and-

In previous years, other owners hosted similar types of

breakfast, and when Spring Haven went up for sale, we

events at Spring Haven. However, the Sutherlands want

jumped at the opportunity,” says Tammie.

to take the guest experience up a notch.

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ROAD TRIP (CONTINUED) One of the two bedrooms in the Historic Spring Haven Cabin.

“Lots of great occasions have been hosted here before, but I want to bring a new level of elegance going forward,” says Tammie. “I want our clients to think style and class when they are considering Spring Haven for their venue.” Early on, the Sutherlands decided to take a “slow walk” approach toward marketing in order to make sure that they had the right combination of offerings and pricing. “Promotion was not a high priority at first,” says Danny. “We were new to the business, and we wanted to make sure that we were ready to handle the business once we turned up the marketing intensity.” However, the Sutherlands plan on expanding their marketing efforts during 2020, taking a regional, as opposed to local approach. “We are less than 25 miles from the downtown Nashville Riverfront, one of the hottest destinations in the country,” says Tammie. “We want to let out-oftown brides know that they can come and revel in the “It” city, but still have their wedding and reception at Spring Haven. Like most venues, weddings and engagements are very important elements of business for Spring Haven. Currently, Spring Haven offers three different wedding packages, including the Heritage, the Circa 1825 and the Magnolia Luxe. Each of these offerings is highly customizable, allowing Spring Haven to meet the needs of most bridal parties. Package prices start at $12,500 and up, depending upon selected options. Event scheduling for Spring Haven can be made through inquiries at the venue website or by phone. Overnight getaways can be booked online at either VRBO or AIRBNB. Despite the stress of managing a growing business, the Sutherlands take it all in stride. “Owning and managing Spring Haven is a dream,” says Tammie with a smile. “In my heart, I am just a farm girl who gets to throw fancy parties.” CONTACT INFORMATION SPRING HAVEN MANSION 545 E. Main St., Hendersonville 615.826.9702 SpringHavenEvents.com

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F U L LY- E Q U I P P E D K I TC H E N S

FOR GUESTS Both the mansion and the cabin feature small, fully-equipped kitchens that are available for overnight guests. For those not wanting to prepare their own meals, Spring Haven is located within a few minutes of dozens of Hendersonville and Gallatin restaurants.

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G U E S T Q U A R T E R S F E AT U R E S I T T I N G A R E A S W I T H F I R E P L AC E S Guest quarters are equipped with fireplaces and cozy sitting areas that are perfect for romantic getaways. Featuring rustic decorations that reflect the property’s history, the rooms are also equipped with modern conveniences that will make every guest feel at home.

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THE MANSION’S DINING ROOM The mansion features an elegant dining room that is perfect for hosting upscale parties and events. Fine place settings, serving dishes and utensils are available to put a special touch on any dining occasion.

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S P R I N G H AV E N ’ S C OV E R E D PAT I O A N D G R O U N D S A R E P E R F E C T FOR LARGE EVENTS Spring Haven features a large covered patio that is ideal for outside events. Along with the patio, tents can also be set up to provide additional covered space for larger numbers of guests.

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PAGE TURNERS CRAFT OR HOBBY. With cold winter weather ever-present outside, there is no better time to begin the pursuit of what could become a lifelong passion. These days, there are a variety of ways to learn a new hobby, including classes at local community centers, following Pinterest pages and watching “How To” videos on YouTube. However, one of the most time-tested ways of learning new skills is reading books on the desired subjects. This month, Hendersonville Lifestyle wants to help you begin your crafty journey by introducing you to a few books about four popular pastimes. Each of these books is available at local and online booksellers, including Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com.

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The Beginner’s Photography Guide This book is the ideal starting point for budding photographers. All elements of imaging are covered, included exposure and lighting. It is also a great reference for experienced shutterbugs. ISBN: 9781465477385

The Needlepoint Book, Jo Ippolito Christensen ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY RICK MURRAY

“ H o w To ” i n 2 0 2 0

START YOUR JOURNEY INTO NEW CRAFTS AND HOBBIES WITH THESE GREAT READS 22

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RENOVATE & REFINE

OUT WITH THE

NEW IN WITH THE

old WE’RE SHARING TIPS, TRICKS + UNIQUE WAYS TO INCORPORATE YOUR ANTIQUE ITEMS INTO YOUR HOME

ANTIQUES ARE MAKING A COMEBACK. Whether you’re an antique aficionada, a thrifty thrifter or new to the whole concept of vintage revival; whether it’s a hand-me-down, a thrift-store-find or just something cool you stumbled upon at an estate sale; endless opportunities exist to effortlessly incorporate retro, vintage, antique or whatever-you-want-to-call-them items into different parts of your modern home.

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item

WHAT IT IS Antique Chest STYLE IT Coffee Table PRO TIP Revive solid-wood pieces with little actual value by refinishing the wood to your liking.

Don’t be afraid to do something different, and don’t take things too seriously. If the piece you’re working with doesn’t have any real value, you have so many options to liven it up, including paint, finish and hardware.

Make your piece multi-purpose by turning the lid into a game table or by storing your cocktail accessories inside for an easy-access mini bar!

Spread the vintage love. Use antiques strategically and as accent pieces to keep your overall aesthetic from coming off as too dated.

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RENOVATE & REFINE (CONTINUED)

tips

ITEM

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Repurpose old tins, mugs, teacups or storage containers into succulent gardens. Because succulents have shallow root systems, they can survive (and thrive!) in smaller spaces.

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WHAT IT IS

PRO TIP

Antique Bicycle

Incorporate multiple

STYLE IT

plants through the use

Plant Stand

of various baskets.


WHAT IT IS Vintage books + tchotchkes

PRO TIP Display vintage books (or vintage-looking books!) as a visual focal point on nightstands, shelves + coffee tables.

item

STYLE IT Bookends

Create the most impact by displaying (not hiding!) items that carry the best stories or sentimental value. We love the use of incorporating these smaller figurines as bookends and paperweights.

Make it art. Don’t be afraid to display unique pieces as wall art. Consider creating a gallery wall that mixes vintage photographs, prints, mirrors and china.

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RENOVATE & REFINE (CONTINUED)

simple ways face lif t

1

2

CHANGE UP THE HARDWARE

REFINISH, RESURFACE + REPAINT

3

REUPHOLSTER THE CUSHIONS + PILLOWS

4 REPURPOSE

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REALTY REPORT

REALTY REPORT

NEIGHBORHOOD

HENDERSONVILLE

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

738 Canter Lane - Lot 448

$420,000

$420,000

100

36

4

3

625 Lingering Way

$421,900

$419,900

100

48

4

3

1078 Mansker Farm Blvd

$428,500

$420,000

98

7

4

4

577 Lingering Way - Lot 401

$432,138

$431,018

100

0

3

3

1009 Somerset Downs Blvd

$439,000

$435,000

99

30

4

5

435 Norman Way #15

$440,051

$444,396

101

0

4

3

557 Nottingham Ave

$440,990

$441,310

100

0

4

3

716 Canter Lane - Lot 453

$448,620

$448,620

100

0

4

3

333 Crooked Creek Lane

$459,900

$446,500

97

49

4

3

1550 Centerpoint Road

$464,900

$426,950

92

6

4

4

2020 Hawkwell Cir

$469,900

$470,750

100

255

4

3

1019 Carolyn Cir

$469,900

$469,900

100

7

4

4

1106 Anderson Rd

$474,900

$452,500

95

62

5

3

216 Lotus Court

$478,000

$475,000

99

37

4

3

1002 Redwood Way

$482,900

$472,000

98

32

4

4

131 Timber Hills Rd

$499,900

$457,500

92

9

3

2

121 Ridgemar Trl

$500,000

$490,000

98

27

3

3

1041 Island Brook Dr

$520,000

$520,000

100

0

5

5

1018 Island Brook Dr

$524,900

$514,900

98

125

5

4

115 Misty Way #313

$525,600

$525,600

100

0

4

3

307 TARTAN CT

$534,950

$534,950

100

12

4

3

418 Archer Way West

$535,000

$535,000

100

40

4

3

1046 Dorset Dr

$559,900

$560,000

100

15

4

5

2266 New Hope Rd

$659,900

$647,000

98

11

4

4

1022 Jenkins Ln

$865,000

$865,000

100

37

4

4

Realtracs MLS statistics from 12/1/19 through 12/30/19 DOM - Days on Market

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LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

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NASHVILLE ANIME BALL STELLAR 2020

WINTER HOUSE CONCERT AT ROCK CASTLE - ADAM & I

BASIC OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

Presented by Spangler Entertainment

Historic Rock Castle invites guests to

Grab your camera and join David

and held at CenterStage Events in beau-

share in one of the most unique and

Duplessis and Ranger Smith for

tiful Gallatin, TN, it will be a night of fun!

exclusive events in Music City.

a morning walk through the park!

Featuring a professional DJ, high tech

Concert guests arrive to the oldest

You’ll learn about the basic principles

lighting, decor, arcade games, photo

home in Middle Tennessee to par-

and concepts of nature and  wildlife

booth, artists, vendors, and friendly cos-

ticipate in an evening of song and

photography while also enjoying the

play competition and lots of dancing! For

story. The event includes heavy hors

wonderful winter weather!

all ages (12 and under must be accompa-

d'oeuvres, craft beer and white wine.

This workshop is designed for begin-

nied by an adult). Tickets $10.

Tickets $50 per person. This event

ner photographers. Please bring your

is 21+.

DSLR and lenses. Reserve your spot

250 Hancock Street, Gallatin

14 EAST NASHVILLE NIGHT MARKET 400 Davidson St., Nashville

The East Nashville Night Market

Historic Rock Castle

today! Tickets $40.

15 2020 MUSIC CITY YOGA FESTIVAL Rocketown, Nashville

22 IT TAKES TWO - UNAA COMP

is a fun outdoor event on the edge

The 7th Annual Music City Yoga

of East Nashville. The event offers

Festival is an annual celebration of

Adventure Fitness Hendersonville is

shopping with local vendors, dinner

yoga, fitness, and wellness in the

sponsoring a 2-day UNAA qualifying

with Music City's finest food trucks,

Nashville area. All proceeds from the

event at their location of Feb. 22 and

live music, and beer with a beautiful

event support of Small World Yoga, a

23. Entry fee is $30 and an additional

scenic view of the Nashville skyline.

Nashville nonprofit inspiring growth,

$7.50 per teammate for the tag team

A perfect local outing, Valentine's Day

connection, and possibility by increas-

run on Sunday. For more information,

date night, or low-key tourist hang!

ing access to yoga throughout Middle

go to BeFitAF.com/two.

Free admission and parking.

Tennessee. This event is open to all ages and yoga levels. $50 admission.

15 BLACKSMITHING IN AMERICA Bledsoe Creek State Park

Join the Middle Tennessee History

16 THE ARCADIAN WILD AT HISTORIC ROCK CASTLE

Adventure Fitness Hendersonville

27 NASHVILLE LAWN AND GARDEN SHOW The Fairgrounds Nashville

Nashville’s most beloved gardening

Historic Rock Castle

event returns to The Fairgrounds

metal working and the importance

Historic Rock Castle invites guests to

Nashville in the new Expo Center

of blacksmithing in early America.

share in one of the most unique around,

Building on Feb. 27 through Mar. 1.

Live demonstrations will take place

a private concert with the Arcadian Wild.

The Show, whose proceeds benefit

on the Tennessee History Trail at

Concert guests arrive to the oldest

over two dozen community organiza-

the Cumberland Settlement station.

home in Middle Tennessee to par-

tions, will focus on the changing trends

Tickets $5 each.

ticipate in an evening of song and

of modern cityscapes, suburban and

story. The event includes heavy hors

rural gardens, community initiatives,

d'oeuvres, craft beer and white wine.

container and water-wise gardens,

Tickets $50 per person. This event

organic foods, sustainability, and more.

is 21+.

$12 Adults.

Coalition and explore the history of

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PARTING THOUGHTS

A Grateful Community

ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY RICK MURRAY

Says Goodbye to a Local Hero HENDERSONVILLE COMES TOGETHER TO SUPPORT ITS FIRST RESPONDERS “A HERO IS SOMEBODY WHO IS SELFLESS, WHO IS GENEROUS

During the early years, Spencer worked as a patrol officer. Over

IN SPIRIT, WHO JUST TRIES TO GIVE BACK AS MUCH AS POS-

time, his dedication and hard work led to increasing levels of respon-

SIBLE AND HELP PEOPLE. A HERO IS SOMEONE WHO SAVES

sibility, including a recent promotion to Master Patrol Officer.

PEOPLE AND WHO REALLY DEEPLY CARES.” —Debi Mazar Some people were born to lead a life of service. Spencer Bristol was one such individual. After graduating from Station Camp High School in 2007, Spencer entered the U.S. Navy, where he served as a corpsman until receiving an honorable discharge in 2012. After leaving the Navy, Spencer continued his service by joining the Hendersonville Police Department.

“I never saw anyone who wanted to be a police officer as much as he did,” recalls Hendersonville Police Chief Mickey Miller. Spencer’s enthusiasm and his work ethic were always on display. Everyone who met him came away with the feeling that he was going places. Unfortunately, Spencer’s bright career ended too soon, as he lost his life in the line of duty, leaving behind a wife and a three-year-old daughter.

Spencer’s passing was felt throughout Hendersonville, where the community rallied together to pay their respects. Friends and neighbors throughout the city opened up their hearts to express their support for Spencer and for all other police, fire and first responder personnel. They also opened up their pocketbooks, creating fundraisers that raised money to help support Spencer’s family. We at Hendersonville Lifestyle want to pass on our condolences to the Bristol family, and we want to express our gratitude for the generous and caring spirit that makes the City by the Lake such a special place.

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