Nashville Earth Day Festival
2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
Nashville Parks Foundation invites you to the 17th annual Nashville Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 18th at Centennial Park. This year once again features exhibits and hands-on activities aimed at educating Nashvillians about protecting our environment and living green. With over a hundred family-friendly booths, hosted by community groups, environmental organizations and government agencies. Stay tuned for the headliner for 2020’s festival. Learn more on the Event Website or read the Event Press Release.
Plan To Play
Nashville Parks Foundation is the local supporting partner of Plan to Play, a year-long master planning process by Metro Parks. Plan to Play will chart a course for sustainable growth and expansion of Nashville’s park system for the next decade. Your input is critical. Visit the link below to stay up-to-date on future meeting dates, learn more about the plan and how to get involved. Please also take the time to complete the online survey and submit any comments.
For more information, visit Plan to Play
Riverfront Park Sound Meters
In Spring 2016, Nashville Parks Foundation funded the acquisition of sound meters for use by Metro Parks to monitor the volume of events at the Ascend Amphitheater. The meters are tied directly to the sound board at the amphitheater, where sound engineers are required to adjust sound volume to ensure constant compliance with applicable noise ordinances. This effort, along with changes to the timing of sound checks, will help ensure the amphitheater is a good neighbor to nearby residences and businesses.