Feb. 6: Climbing the walls and making early Valentine's Day plans
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Today seems like as good a day as any to check out the handmade goods over at East Nashville's Hey Rooster General Store. This tiny brick-and-mortar is full of wonderful handcrafted ephemera, candles, bath and body products and lots of other goodies that might tickle your fancy on a cold, winter day.
If you're tired of hibernating and want to burn off some of this pent-up energy, you could get your workout on over at the new Climb Nashville facility, which is located off of Eastland Avenue in East Nashville, next door to Ugly Mugs Coffee. Scaling a 20-foot wall can really boost your confidence!
Kristin Llamas' "The Socratic Dialogues" will be on display at the Parthenon museum through Feb. 9. Kristin Llamas This evening, from 7-8 p.m., local artist Kristin Llamas will be speaking at the Parthenon art museum's Artist Symposium about her exhibit, "The Socratic Dialogues." The discussion is free and open to the public, and we think you'll find it incredibly interesting! Her large-scale paintings are the result of a three-year project in which she interviewed locals, asking questions that Greek philosopher Socrates also asked 1,500 years ago. Read our article for more information.
Have you got Valentine's weekend plans yet? Who cares if you're single? Go out and celebrate with your friends. Hell, we're from Nashville — we're just looking for an excuse to party! Now, just a reminder to you fellas, go ahead and book reservations now; everything will sell out by next weekend.
On the night of February 15th, Join 12th & Broad for our February signature event, Sweet-heART night at the Nashville Ballet. We're hosting an evening of inventive craft cocktails, artwork from local creatives and mouthwatering desserts from 10 Nashville bakeries, all leading up to a performance of Nashville Ballet's "Attitude," set to the music of the iconic Johnny Cash and performed by Nashville duo Sugar and the Hi-Lows.