A Lebanon church plans to offer free dental and medical exams for anyone interested at its upcoming community mission day.
The inaugural Shine the Light event, held by the Keith Edmonds Foundation, saw members of the community come together to raise awareness of child abuse and celebrate survivors.
Leeville Family Fun Day, held by Wilson Bank & Trust, featured a wide variety of entertainment for the entire family.
The inaugural Shine the Light event was held by the Keith Edmonds Foundation at Cumberland University this weekend. The event celebrates survivors of child abuse and raises community awareness.
A lineup of four clean, family friendly comedians entertained the dozens of guests at the Stand Up for Veterans comedy dinner fundraiser event Thursday evening at Life Assembly Church in Mt. Juliet.
The 17th annual Bark in the Park event, held by New Leash on Life, is set for May 13 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Wilson County Fairgrounds in Lebanon.
The inaugural Batch & Bushel Showcase is a wrap. The two-day event at the Wilson County Expo Center provided Wilson County residents with a look at some of the finest local self-sustaining products and services.
Wilson County Exposition Center and the Lebanon Publishing Co. will present the Batch & Bushel Showcase on Friday and Saturday at the expo center from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day.
The inaugural Batch & Bushel Showcase will feature live local music on the Bates Ford stage throughout the event, which is Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at the Wilson County Exposition Center.
Among the many offerings of the inaugural Batch & Bushel Showcase will be a seminar by Trey Cioccia, chef at The Farm House in Nashville. The seminar will be on farm-to-table cooking.
Vendors and sponsors with the inaugural Batch & Bushel Showcase will feature a variety of resources targeted toward amateur farmers, small agricultural business owners and hobbyists in the agriculture industry.
Anne Barger of the Wilson County Schools Family Resource Center will speak to the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club on Tuesday during the club’s regular weekly meeting.
As the sun fell below the horizon on Veterans Day, 22 people walked into Lebanon in honor of those who have been wounded in the line of duty. Their trek began 32 miles away in the heart of Nashville.
Wilson County’s annual Veterans Day parade served as a tribute to veterans and their families Friday morning.