By Michelle Price
UCBJ Managing Editor
UPPER CUMBERLAND – This weekend you have a choice between movies, live music, live theater or just enjoying the great outdoors. Whatever you do, get out and enjoy our beautiful region. For a complete list of events statewide, visit tnvacation.com/calendar.
Cookeville – The Oakley STEM Center at TTU invites you to STEM at the Movies from 6-8 p.m. This event is free, open to the community and perfect for students 3rd– 8thgrade. Registration is required and can be done here.
Cookeville – Red Silo brings local favorite Jeff Crouch to the stage from 8-10 p.m.
Crossville– Grinder House Coffee Shop Presents “In the House” 6 p.m. a live singer-songwriter show with a performance by Derryl Perry.
Cookeville – Red Silo brings back to the stage Ben Drury live from 8-10 p.m.
Cookeville – Kick off Black history Month by Celebrating Local Black History at the Biz Foundry from 8–10 a.m. Hear from local trailblazers as they discuss their place in history and in shaping the future of our growing, vibrant and diverse community.
Granville – Nick Chandler & Delivered takes the stage at Sutton Ole Time Music Hour at T.B. Sutton General Store. Tickets are $20 for the show and a Southern dinner.
Granville – Avery Trace takes the stage at Sutton Ole Time Music Hour at T.B. Sutton General Store. Tickets are $20 for the show and a Southern dinner.
McMinnville – Main street McMinnville presents Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music the smash musical that has been around the world finally arrives at the Park Theater. For ticket information visit mainstreetmcminnville.org.
Cookeville – Vintage Planet and Lane Motor Museum travel to the Cookeville History Museum with their Micro Cars exhibit. The exhibit runs from Jan. 26 through March 23. The exhibit is free to the public.
Crossville – Take a journey out of the zoo and onto the stage with your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends as the Cumberland County Playhouse presents Madagascar. The adventure runs from Feb. 2 – March 1. Showtimes and tickets are available here.
For more information, contact Ruth Dyal, executive director for the Upper Cumberland Tourism Association, at 931-537-6347 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.