Someone You Should Know….

We wanted to take an opportunity to introduce you to our friend Evie. Not only is Evie an awesome photographer, but she has been so gracious by lending her talents to us in support of our blog and the Called Women's Conference. We appreciate Evie's talent so much and really value the ways she has helped and supported our mission - so, we figured we should share her with the rest of you…. Find out a little more about Evie, who is the woman behind Evie Lynn Photography, you won't be disappointed!

What do you enjoy most about photography?

I love meeting new people and I always find it so interesting on how I can already be connected with someone I haven’t met simply because we have a mutual friend or we figure out we know a lot of the same people! It really is a small world! I can get a real sense of a family dynamic just by watching them interact together and that’s probably my most enjoyable thing is to capture a connection or feeling in a moment.

Family photos require coordinating which stresses Moms out - any tips to make this easier?

It does require some coordination for sure but I’m always here to help make it less stressful! Pintrest can be a great inspiration for finding clothing options, clients can adapt what they find and like to include things they already have on hand. Family photography has changed and everyone doesn’t need to be matching! Choose a color scheme, go to the closets and coordinate colors! Accessorizing is a great way to throw in coordinating colors too!
One big thing is just to RELAX and be yourself!! If mom is stressed, the kids can usually sense that and be a little on edge too. I try to talk and get to know everyone a little before we start shooting to help ease those jitters. Kids will be silly and usually always unpredictable but thats what I love and the best images can come when they feel comfortable enough to be themselves in front of the camera.

We have a wonderful city with gorgeous backdrops all over town which you take great advantage of. If you could shoot anywhere in the world where would it be? 

Oh gosh, I think I would have to say Hawaii!! There are many other places that come to mind but I have been there and seeing all the endless beauty it has to offer really left an impact on me! The beaches, mountains, jungles, cities and so much more certainly offers so many inspiring places for photo shoots! I don’t think I could ever get bored there!!

You know we are Southern gals, so you have to give us your favorite southern saying.

Well, there are many! As a northern girl (from Michigan), after moving to TN, I'd have to say “fix in to” has always made me giggle and I never thought I would EVER hear myself say it. Never say never! lol It’s been said!

We had a lot of fun shooting with Evie and she did a great job drawing the kids in, keeping things relaxed and capturing real life. I don't know about you, but for me, that's a pretty awesome combo. As a photographer myself, I (Kacey) really appreciate that Evie was able to capture us - not the super posed us, but the real us. I can look at these photos years from now and know that we had a good time that day. Find out how to book your session with Evie by visiting Evie Lynn Photography!

Here are a few from our session….



A CALLED Generation - Called Women's Conference 2014

Wow. Around this same time last year The Lord started working on Emily and I, both in different ways and we had NO IDEA. See, Emily and I only knew one another through social media and we had never met in person. Then one day I get an invite to a Noonday Collection Trunk Show at Emily's house. Fine, fine, I'll admit it - I was going to check out the jewelry, but also to check out sister's house in person. I knew she had great style so, I couldn't pass this sneak peek up. ;) We bonded over jewelry and quickly learned we both shared a love for community - locally and world wide, connecting with people, and shopping with companies who inspire and give back. Little did I know that what I thought was just a fun night with mutual friends would be the start of a new friendship between Emily & I. On our first lunch out, we decided to start our sweet girl Oh Magnolia AND start working on a women's conference we felt our community so badly needed. You know, because that is TOTALLY normal. The conversation went something like this:

Emily: "Nice to see you!"
Me: "You too."
Emily: "What are you planning on doing in 2014?"
Me: "I have no idea but….."
Emily: "But what?"
Me: "You're gonna look at me like I have three heads but The Lord has been giving me ideas for a women's conference."
Emily: "Well, you're gonna think I'm crazy too because I think we should start a blog and put on a women's conference."
Me: "OK, let's do it. Does this place have Pesto?"

The rest is history…

Fast forward a few months and we were in official planning stages of the first CALLED Women's Conference.

I think sometimes in our instant gratification culture, we fail to see the small things that lead up to the big things. Whatever is "big" in your story, whatever that means to you. It wasn't one BIG thing that happened to allow us to serve our community with a Women's Conference. It was a lot of little, teeny, tiny baby steps that led up to it finally coming to fruition. It took Emily & I saying "yes,"it took the support of our church Christian Life, it took rallying the support of local business owners, it took friends who were willing to volunteer. But you know what? The more we said "yes," the more God opened doors we didn't even expect until Saturday, September 27th arrived and that was that. The day we had been working toward was finally here.

Do you know what I loved most about that day? We had SO MANY different denominations represented in that room where approximately 350 women were. We laughed together, we may have shed a few tears together, and we laid down our hardships in front of the Cross together. How AMAZING would it be if every day, we as Believers, focused on the love we have for Jesus and the Kingdom instead of getting caught up in where we see things differently? How much more could we advance the Kingdom? If we all did our little part?

 *All photos courtesy of Evie Lynn Photography*

We are so grateful for everyone who supported this vision - The Christian Life Pastoral Team, our Speakers - Christy Sanford, Annie F. Downs, and Debi Russell. Our volunteers, community sponsors, vendors,  and every woman who came to spend a morning with us. Thank you. We could not have done it without you. Want to know a little secret? We are already planning for the conference next year! While we plan, we may even have a few more surprises for you…you'll just have to wait and see. ;)


"The Nesting Place" - my story of contentment

This Halloween will be the 10 year anniversary of my husband moving in to this wonderful place we call home. This September I will have lived in our fabulous home 8 years and when I stop to think of all the things that have changed - furniture and the furniture arrangements, paint colors (no more builder's beige!), the pictures on the walls, etc. - it's actually pretty darn accurate with the seasons of life that we have been through together. You see, we never planned on being here more than 3-5 years. This 2000 square foot house on an acre lot at the end of a cul de sac was a "starter home" in our eyes because at 23 and 25 when we got married and the real estate market was booming all we saw was bigger and better. Now, at 31 and 33 and with a 2 year old son, we see simple and together. But, to be honest, the last few weeks I have had some major issues with contentment and was reverting back to my "bigger and better" days. Days I don't particularly love to revisit.

Just in case you read that last paragraph and thought about what a selfish brat I am to even think of moving, let me explain. 2000 square feet for 3 people is not small and I know many of you dream about that size home. I will admit that moving into this house as a 23 year old newlywed was quite a bit for me to handle. I came from living paycheck to paycheck with not much budge room and as a very young bride who saw money and things everywhere I looked, I ended up putting very unrealistic expectations on myself and my husband of how I thought our home should look and how we should be living while we were here. I allowed this home and our things to define me...(that is not an easy sentence to type). And boy, did we pay for it. And while that is a whole other time and story that I am not going to go into detail about in this post, just know that, sadly, this is not my first time to deal with not being content.

My husband is a kick butt real estate agent and has been for over 12 years. He has a gift of helping others along with the confidence and knowledge to get the job done. I joined him and my father in law last year in the office 2 days a week to help and really enjoy watching him at work. But with this has also come the plethora of beautiful houses - huge bonus rooms with bathrooms upstairs, walk in pantries, kitchens that may make me want to cook every meal and can fit a beautiful farm table, and a blank slate of all.the.things. I could do to make this house a home that would make us oh so happy! (right? right?!). Before I knew it I began convincing myself that I have looked at these walls for too long, that I wanted a kitchen where I can fit my dream table, I wanted a bathroom upstairs so we can use it as a guest room and not a storage unit like it seems it is now, and well, maybe even a sunroom! I want, I want, I want. But my real issue? It's obvious that I was not content. And I was certainly not being a good steward of what I DO have. facepalm.

Last week when I finished the book The Nesting Place by The Nester my attitude was changed. The last chapter was titled "contentment" and couldn't have come at a better time. Funny thing is I started the book weeks ago and then put it down and started my most recent "not content/miserable in this house" journey only to pick it back up to this very chapter:

Well, shoot. If that didn't get me in the gut. Lord, you know just what I need and when I need it, don't you?

I can honestly say that with fresh eyes I looked at this last chapter and even went back to read some parts again. I was again reminded that life isn't going to be perfect when I move into a bigger or different home. The world won't be all sunshine and lollipops when I get to look out new windows every day, or open said windows to hear the birds chirping and nothing else. Moving to the country where it's quiet won't make me happy, moving into the city to be closer to all the fun kid things won't make me a better mama, moving into a different neighborhood won't solve my problems of not being social enough with others, and moving into a new home won't make me want to entertain more. I need to do these things now, where I am, with what I have. If I need to ask God to open doors and to make me brave to do the things I need to do, then so be it. I will do them with a joyful and thankful heart.
With the encouragement from these pages I stopped to take inventory of what things would honestly make the next couple of years that we have left in this house feel like a fresh slate. We are long overdue for a paint job - so we will paint. I may even go wild and add gold polka dots in the laundry room because, why not?! I rearranged the living room furniture and it now feels much cozier. I made a huge gallery wall above the couch where I will hang more family pictures and Finley's artwork because that is what I enjoy seeing each day. And no, there won't be a huge sunroom or a walk in pantry or a bathroom upstairs. But, I also won't be wasting my time wanting for more while my life is happening right in front of me. 

NOTE : I wrote this entry about a month or so ago and I hesitated for a long time to post it. Then THIS wonderful blog came out that I loved and can't help but share with you because I needed it oh so badly. It was so timely because a couple of weeks ago (at the last minute) I decided to open the doors of my home to women and their children to look at the wonderful Noonday collection for this fall and winter. Toys and kids were everywhere, food was plenty, women were gathering together, and we were in full blown community. And I loved every minute of it. I NEEDED it. To have the rooms filled with love while we supported women all over the world who worked so hard on the jewelry displayed and while I had the chance to support my friends who have taken bold steps to provide for their family through Matilda Jane and Noonday it was clear to me what my heart was missing along with my struggles above. And that was COMMUNITY. 

I still have plans to freshen up a few things (and say goodbye to things that we no longer find useful so that others can enjoy them) and then throw the doors back open for baby showers, birthday dinners, and playdates. I am doing my best to be intentional about having a thankful heart for the food in the fridge and cabinets, for the ability to have a home where we are all safe and can pray together each night to the God that gives us each other, and to remind myself daily that this home is our gift from Him to use for His glory. I will take my eyes off of what I don't have and put them back on what I do have and what HE has given me to help others. Because, that is where I will find contentment. 
**If you want more information about The Nesting Place book check out Myquilliyn's blog here. And remember her famous quote - "it doesn't have to be perfect to be beautiful!"

CALLED Women's Conference 2014 - Murfreesboro, TN

We are happy to announce the CALLED Women's Conference - a morning of celebrating women made for a purpose! This FREE women's event hosted by Oh Magnolia & Christian Life Church will feature Author of Let's All Be Brave, Annie F. Downs, Christy Sanford with Greenhouse Ministries, and Debi Russell with Branches Recovery Center. Our speakers will encourage and equip women to live out their God given callings bravely. From college students to grandmothers, this event is for all women!

***Registration is required, please click here to reserve your FREE spot!***

Follow along on our FACEBOOK page, too!

Feel free to email us with any questions! We can't wait to see you there!

What I did with "WHY"….

A person. People. Sometimes, they test you. They test me - my limits, my patience, my tolerance. Yet, LOVE has been an overwhelming theme for me lately, in my family, with my friends, with my church. Love has met me in most conversations and when I am being irritated or feeling challenged - love - is what comes to mind, like a sword of defense to every negative thought. God is doing a work in me.

In the last year I have walked through a couple of very difficult situations.  At one point, like some I imagine, I asked God "why?" WHY? I couldn't even articulate beyond this simple three letter word. When hard times hit - no matter the situation - don't we all wonder that on some level?  I asked God this question with a heart searching for wisdom, direction, and understanding. And I had to keep asking… I didn't get any immediate answers. I had to keep asking - keep seeking - keep OBEYING.

It's been a little over a year since I began asking my simple one word question and just now has He given me a glimpse of understanding and I wanted to share it with you in hopes it may encourage you in whatever you may be facing….

Through the sadness, He has taught me to communicate and to trust in Him. Through the hurt, He has shown me compassion. Through the struggle, He has given me a desire to help advance the Kingdom through women like never before.

Before the walk of this year, I was comfortable. Knowing what I know, doing what I do, pressing in how I press in, serving how I serve. Was I doing anything wrong? Bad? No. BUT God was able to take circumstances that I wish were different, and grow me in ways I couldn't have done before. In ways I cannot deny or be distracted from. I know my place in the Body of Christ is to serve women and I was doing that. But now, I have a desire on my heart like never before to help women discover the transforming Power of Jesus. Through these trials I've been strengthened.

"3 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade. This inheritance is kept in heaven for you, who through faith are shielded by God’s power until the coming of the salvation that is ready to be revealedin the last time. In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith—of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire—may result in praise, glory and honorwhen Jesus Christ is revealed. Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy, for you are receiving the end result of your faith, the salvation of your souls." 1 Peter 1:3-9

My "why?" has changed to "what next?" and I couldn't be in a better place. That doesn't mean that I'm not dealing with the continuance of the hardship - but it does mean that I can do it knowing for CERTAIN "that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28

I may not know your personal circumstance, your person or people who may be testing you - but I do know we all face difficult situations whether it be with family, friendships, finances, your job, or all of the above. What I do know dear friend, is that God is ALWAYS working something out in us and through the situation we are in. Approach Him in prayer, with a teachable and tender heart and ask Him to show you what you need to know and where you need to go. He will show you everything in due time and it will all be worked out for the good according to His purpose. These are His Promises to us, stand firm in them and do not waver

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CALLED Women's Conference - Middle Tennessee

The time is finally here for us to fill you in on something we have been working on for quite some time...

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting, along with our home church Christian Life and local community sponsors, the Called Women's Conference!

Now, we know the word "Conference" is the type of word that (let's be honest) can leave you desiring a little more…so let us challenge you to not think conference, but think CONNECTING, COMMUNITY, ENCOURAGEMENT and EQUIPPING. We have been burdened for quite some time to put together an event that will encourage and equip women of all ages to walk fully in their salvation so that they/we can LIVE OUT their/our God given CALLING.

"He called you out of darkness into His beautiful light." 
1 Peter 2:9 

Author Annie F. Downs is going to be one of our wonderful speakers. She will remind us all that we are all made on purpose and that we are made to be BRAVE by our Heavenly Father. How encouraging is THAT?! We will also have Christy Sanford from Greenhouse Ministries and Debi Russell from Branches Recovery Center speak about our callings and how to live fully in the salvation given to us from our wonderful maker.

We are beyond excited to be able to offer an event that is focused on women as a whole - whether you're a college student, a mom, a wife, a grandma, or all of the above - this event is for YOU!

***The cost to attend this event is FREE, but we do ask that you register online at***

Mama: The Gorilla Glue

We have a saying in our house - dubbed by our longtime friend Czaplenski (everyone needs a Czaplenski in their lives) - it's "gorilla glue." When someone in the family is the one holding it all together, being the peacemaker, making things work despite the circumstances - they are the gorilla glue. B & I look at each other and just say those two words and call it out. It's a compliment, I promise. Although, it may not always feel like it…

As Mamas, I think that especially during the Summer months our gorilla glue abilities are seriously tested. I can at least say for myself I know this is true, and if I'm not careful, all I will remember about this Summer is how many times I refereed my children, how many times I had to ask them to stop "Mommying me to death," how I may have let a friend down, hurt a family member's feelings, how there's simply just NOT ENOUGH OF ME to keep a house clean with five tornadoes living here….I mean the list could go on. I wonder, do you ever let yourself feel like this too? If so, I have earth shattering news…

There isn't enough of you to go around, you're not strong enough to handle everyone's problems, and here's the catcher - you aren't meant to be. Jesus said "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." In Matthew 11:28 Jesus is giving us a direct command - He is telling us again to seek Him, to give Him our burdens and he will give us REST. Can we all all do a collective *SIGH* of relief? Thank you Jesus! 

When I find myself overwhelmed and feeling like I'm letting everyone down, I have to do an honest assessment of how I've been handling the days. Usually, its my own fault - I've taken everything from the day IN but not let anything OUT. I've not GIVEN any of it OUT to Him

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The Psalm 55:22 continues that The Lord will "not let the righteous be shaken." When I find myself shaken - I have to check myself and turn to Him. After all, I am not the answer, He is. I don't know it all, but He does.  I am not strong enough, but He will sustain me.  I cannot fix anything for anyone, but He can

So what are we to do? When we feel like we ARE the gorilla glue for so many? I think it all boils down to knowing what our job is vs. what God's job is. It is our job to steward our position - as wife, Mama, friend, etc. But it is not our job to take on ALL of the burden and try to strive in our own strength. When we are stewarding our position well, we must always seek Him for wisdom, direction, strength and - sometimes the hardest for me - REALLY CAST - LET GO of the burden and trust that The Lord is working out all of the details for our loved ones. Whether it's your children bickering, a friend's struggle, or a situation you just don't understand...Our job is simply to be present for those we love. God's job is to handle it/fix it according to His divine plan (not my plan, your plan, only HIS plan). Whatever "it" may be.

Remember that Jesus said this my friend:

"I am the door. If anyone enters by me, he will be saved and will go in and out and find pasture. The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly." John 10:9-10 ESV (Emphasis mine)

Jesus came and died for us so that we, as believers, may have LIFE and have it ABUNDANTLY. Not half heartedly, bound up, stressed, and burdened - that is the thief's work in our life. Don't forget to remind yourself and your loved ones that we have authority and power in the name of King Jesus to live life SAVED, SET FREE, and LIVING in fruit bearing ABUNDANCE…and that's true for the gorilla glue and all. 


Friday Five July 11-13

Summer lovin, had me a blast...summer lovin, happened so fast...

Hello! Can you believe it's JULY, friends?! I truly hope you are making the most of your summer and spending it with the ones you love doing all the things you enjoy. Here are 5 events that could possibly be just what you are looking for to have some fun this weekend :

37th Annual Uncle Dave Macon Days Festival  
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7-11-2014 to 7-13-2014
Held at Cannonsburgh Village (312 South Front Street Murfreesboro, TN)
National Championships in Old-Time Banjo, Old-Time buck dancing and Old-Time Clogging. Fun for the entire family! Arts and crafts, “Motorless Parade”, children’s activities, concessions and more.
Admission will be charged -$5.00 per day (12 and under admitted free)
For more information, please call Gloria Christy at (615) 893-2369 or visit

SHREK The Musical 
look at our gorgeous friend Kerri! photo by: Jessica Storvick

July 11-26 (on stage at the Arts Center of Cannon County July 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 & 26 at 7:30PM and July 13, 19, 20 & 26 at 2:00PM.)

Believe all ogre again! Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film is the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre brought to life on stage. In a faraway kingdom turned upside down, things get ugly when an unseemly ogre — not a handsome prince — shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Throw in a donkey who won’t shut up, a bad guy with a SHORT temper, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand…and his name is Shrek. 
Click Here To Buy Tickets

Movies Under the Stars - The Little Mermaid

Movies Under the Stars - The Little Mermaid (rated G)
7-7-2014 to 7-12-2014 8:30pm (Friday and Saturday night) 
Bring your whole family (along with blankets and/or lawn chairs) to this free event and make some great memories! Begins at 8:30 p.m.
Monday: Cason Lane Trailhead
Tuesday: Cannonsburgh Village
Thursday: Siegel Neighborhood Park
Friday: Mitchell Neilson Primary
Saturday: Hobgood Elementary School.
Admission: Free
For more information, please call Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department, (615) 890-533, email, or checkout their facebook page for more great events.

Main Street Saturday Market

Main Street Saturday Market
Every Saturday until the late fall 8:00 am-12pm
Downtown Murfreesboro Public Square (specifically the Courthouse)
Vendors will be on the west, north and south side of the historic Rutherford County Courthouse offering fresh fruits, vegetables, breads, meats, and flowers. Great time to do some shopping in those great downtown stores, too!
For more information, please call (615) 895-1887 or visit

Events at The Wilderness Station
697 Barfield Crescent Rd, Murfreesboro, TN 37128 (615) 217-3017
1:30 p.m. Animal Encounters 
Meet a resident animal and learn about its characteristics. All ages.

3:00 p.m. Puppets on the Porch
All ages can enjoy wild animal puppets as they teach about their habitats and daily lives.

I hope you all enjoy your weekend!
Get out and do something fun and different - maybe even be spontaneous (as I am telling myself to do the same...) - we live in a great area with plenty of options to do just that!


Friday Five for June 20-22

recently saw a post on instagram where the mom listed how many summers she had left with the children pictured before they turned 18 (insert waves of emotion here). I have 16 summers left with my son at home (Lord willing) and if they are anything like the past 2 they will fly by. I know it's hot, I know you are tired, I know you get tired of playing referee sometimes but let's put that to the side and make some memories this weekend with family (and maybe if you play hard enough you will get a nap!). If you don't have kids, grab your significant other and/or your friends or do something fun by yourself. However you choose to spend the time - make the most of your summer weekend. "The days are long but the years are short" is a bittersweet truth that is always a great reminder for me :) 

There are plenty of options here in Middle Tennessee for some summer fun so check out the five that I picked :

Movies Under the Stars - 
06-21-2014 to 06-22-2014 8:30pm (Friday and Saturday night) Mulan
06-23-2014 to 06-28-2014 8:30pm Mary Poppins (my all time FAVORITE movie!)
Bring your whole family (along with blankets and/or lawn chairs) to this free event and make some great memories! Begins at 8:30 p.m.
Monday: Cason Lane Trailhead
Tuesday: Cannonsburgh Village
Thursday: Siegel Neighborhood Park
Friday: Mitchell Neilson Primary
Saturday: Hobgood Elementary School.
Admission: Free
For more information, please call Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department, (615) 890-533, email, or checkout their facebook page for more great events.


2014 RC-Moon Pie Festival and 10 MILE Run (20th Anniversary)
Saturday, June 21 | 7:00 am until 5:00 pm
One of Tennessee’s favorite 10 Mile Runs starts the day off with its beautiful hillsides encompassing the challenging, certified course. This certified run has become a major running competition with 1,000 runners entering each year vying for Moon Pie trophies. The day continues with games, contests, a parade, coronation of the RC King and Queen, Governor Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam, and the Moon Pie King and Queen, actor/musician Mark Collie and the original Miss Moon Pie Florence Hall. There will be 100 art and craft booths, live entertainment, cloggers, country and bluegrass music, and 20 food booths featuring such Southern fares as Tennessee Smoked Barbecue, hand squeezed lemonade, and deep fat fried Moon Pies! A day of fun for young and old celebrating THREE southern traditions: RC Colas, Moon Pies and Historic Bell Buckle, Tennessee - close to home but a world away. Visit the website for more information and a detailed schedule of all events.

Main Street Saturday Market
Every Saturday until the late fall 8:00 am-12pm
Downtown Murfreesboro Public Square (specifically the Courthouse)
Vendors will be on the west, north and south side of the historic Rutherford County Courthouse offering fresh fruits, vegetables, breads, meats, and flowers. Great time to do some shopping, too! Location:
For more information, please call (615) 895-1887 or visit

YMCA Corporate Dodgeball Tournament
Saturday, June 21 7:45 AM
Rutherford County Family YMCA (205 North Thompson Lane Murfreesboro, TN 37129)
The tournament will be held on June 21st with 250 participants representing local corporations and businesses. Collectively, over the past 12 years, the corporate Dodgeball tournament has raised over $250,000 to support the needs in our community through all of our outreach programs. (This is a fun spectator event for the family- especially older kids!)

Kids with Binoculars
photo from Discovery Center email (sign up to find out about events!)
Citizen Science at the Discovery Center 
Saturday, June 21 | 2:00-4:00 pm
The Discovery Center (502 S.E. Broad Street Murfeesboro. TN 37130)
Become a citizen scientist! Join us and our resident naturalists as we learn all about the Summer Solstice and other Signs of Summer! (Included with admission)

photo from Discovery Center email (sign up to find out about events!)
Member Only Night at the Discovery Center
Saturday, June 21 | 5:30 – 8:30 pm
The Discovery Center (502 S.E. Broad Street Murfeesboro. TN 37130)
Celebrate the longest day of the year with an evening of fun and excitement! We’ll have astronomy themed activities to celebrate the summer solstice and you’ll be able to explore the Discovery Center’s newest exhibit, Makerspace!
(615) 890-2300

I hope you all have a fabulously fun summer weekend! Enjoy!