You probably don’t remember, but back in the 1920s eight bricking buildings, covering 56,000 square feet, once housed the commercial steam laundry company Whiteway Cleaners. In the 2000s, Manuel Zeitlin Architects were able to design the space envisioned by their partners in the Edgehill Village community. Today, Edgehill Village is a bustling community gathering place with a variety of restaurants, shops, and businesses.
Let’s Celebrate as ONE!
ONE (Organized Neighbors of Edgehill) is a local non-profit that “…works to improve the quality of life for all of the diverse people in the Edgehill community…” Specifically, by developing leaders and encouraging collaboration between community businesses, churches, and governments, ONE aims to address the needs of its local residents. The mission of ONE also includes serving as a model and resource for neighboring communities in promoting economic and racial diversity amongst its residents.
Let’s ROCK with Edgehill!
In just two days, Edgehill Rocks is back! Edgehill Rocks is an outdoor music and food festival benefitting the Organized Neighbors of Edgehill. This year’s event is being held on Saturday, April 7th from 10am-4pm. You’ll find the crowd at Villa Place, in the heart of the Edgehill community.
Entertainment for this year’s event includes performances by Great Peacock, The Melting Pot Band, The Beltones, Swing Dance Nashville, Carly Rogers, The School of Rock Franklin/Nashville, Watson Grove Music Ministry, and more! Bring your kids, there will also be plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy between sets, including story time, science experiments, and more!
Bring your appetite! This year’s list of vendors is mouth-watering and features Nashville favorites The Grilled Cheeserie, Daddy’s Dogs, and others. While you’re enjoying some of the local fare, browse the marketplace for some unique handmade gifts.
All in all, a day full of fun, food, and entertainment in support of a great, local cause! We hope to see you there!