Madison may be a quiet little suburb of Nashville, but that doesn’t mean you have to live a quiet life if you live here. Sure, it’s nice to have some peace and quiet, but we all need a little social interaction to keep us sane sometimes. Luckily, there are plenty of upcoming Madison events with which to pack your social calendar. Whether you’re looking for a pub crawl with pals or an outdoor festival filled with local vendors, Madison has something for everyone. So if you want to mingle in Madison, here are a few great options.
The Pub Crawl
On September 10th, from noon to 4pm, hop on the Old Town Trolley for a day filled with high-spirited fun. Not only is this a great way to mingle with new people, but The Pub Crawl is also perfect for those that want to get to know their town a little bit better. Throughout the day, you’ll enjoy fun and games on the trolly in between stops at several Madison hot spots for samples and snacks. The Pub Crawl is a fun way to see the sights while also enjoying what the local Madison restaurants have to offer.
Good Neighbor Day Festival
Do you love supporting local businesses? Are you interested in meeting new people in your town? Well, have I got a day for you. Come out to Cedar Hill Park on Saturday, September 24th, from 10am to 3pm for the 8th annual Good Neighbor Day Festival. Dedicated to celebrating the importance of being a good neighbor, this Madison event will have music, food, and fun for all ages. The kids can wear themselves out in the bounce houses in the Fun Zone while the adults can browse local vendors. And don’t forget about the Good Neighbor Day Parade that will honor healthcare workers and first responders.
Taste of Madison
Do you have a famous chili recipe that all your friends and family swear is THE absolute best? Do you just love chili, and does the idea of gorging yourself on several different kinds bring you great joy? Then I have the Madison event for you! On September 27th at Rivergate Mall will be the next annual Taste of Madison and Business Fair. This year’s food fun will be a chili cookoff with three divisions: Professional (chefs, restaurants, etc.), Business (non-culinary businesses), and Community Open (neighborhood groups, individuals). There will be other food vendors and business vendors to check out and even a Touch-a-Truck event for the kids to get up close and personal with different Metro Nashville Police vehicles. Just like the Good Neighbor Day Festival, the Taste of Madison event is a great way to meet your neighbors and other local businesses.
Whether you’ve lived in Madison your whole life or are new to the area, finding places to mingle in Madison isn’t as hard as one might think. Get to know your neighbors and local businesses. Supporting your community benefits everyone. If you’re not a Madison resident, but looking to move into the area, drop me a message. I’ll be more than happy to help with any Madison real estate needs you may have!