Two weeks ago I attended the 3rd Annual Nashvember at Track One hosted by Project 615 to benefit Room in the Inn. Room In The Inn’s mission is to provide programs that emphasize human development and recovery through education, self-help and work for those who call the streets of Nashville home. It was free to attend and a family-friendly environment. The event had several local food trucks parked outside, dozens of Nashville’s greatest vendors and artisans, and live music hosted by Whiskey Jam out back.
Project 615 is a really cool Nashville apparel company that is dedicated to helping the homeless in the community. They have a storefront in East Nashville and I’ve purchased some of my favorite favorite t-shirts from there.
There were so many wonderful vendors in attendance. I had a blast walking around with my friends Carli and Julie and checking out all of the artwork. Here is a small glimpse into what we saw:
I loved Ranger Station. They have homemade candles with some of the best masculine, woodsy, smokey scents I’ve ever smelled. The best part? After you’ve burned through the entire candle, the glass makes a perfectly fine whiskey glass with a darling little engraving on the bottom with their logo on it.
We really enjoyed The Fountain of Juice. Their beverages are unpasteurized, raw, and vegan and the recipes are cold-pressed with all nutritious ingredients. They had several different samples of some of their juices for patrons to try. I grabbed the turmeric elixir and loved it. They also offered bottles of their juices, which you can also purchase at their storefront at the Nashville Farmers’ Market.
After stopping at all of the local artisan booths, we stepped outside to catch a little bit of live music hosted by Whiskey Jam and then grabbed some food truck eats.
If you live in the Nashville area, be sure to be on the lookout for details of next year’s event!
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