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From late September into early November, Nashville offers tons of festive opportunities during the Autumn and Halloween Season. There is an unlimited supply of Haunted Houses, Ghostly Tours, Pumpkin Patches, Fall Foliage Hikes, and Corn Mazes to be found and explored in the Middle Tennessee Area.
At this not-so-black-tie event, guests opt for zebra stripes and leopard prints over pinstripes and penguin suits as they enjoy the beauty of the Nashville Zoo at twilight. This benefit is normally held in early October.
Art After Hours, Nashville's first monthly, citywide art crawl offers a chance for art lovers to enjoy art after work (from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.) at some of Nashville's best art galleries. This fun fun event takes place on the first Thursday of each month, and "It's Free!"
What began over a decade ago as a desire to bring artists and their artwork to University School of Nashville for a school fundraiser has evolved into a nationally respected art show that attracts loyal patrons and newcomers to view work by the carefully selected group of talented emerging and established artists.
The Annual Belmont Mansion Fashion Show, held in late October, benefits the Belmont Mansion Association, a group of individuals dedicated to the preservation of the historic home of Nashville’s first fashionista, Adelicia Acklen
The Loveless Cafe host an annual Biscuits & Bluegrass fall festival every October. This festival usually runs all day long with plenty of family events, music, biscuit eating contest, and plenty of impromptu pickin' parties.
The Annual "Bouquets for Breast Cancer" champagne and strawberries reception is normally held the first week of October at Rebel Hill Florist and benefits the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition (TBCC). In addition, throughout the month of October, Rebel Hill Florist normally continues to donate a portion of their sales to TBCC through a variety of special offers.