340 Hester Dr.
White House, TN 37188
Phone: (615) 672-8850
Fax: (615) 672-5335
340 Hester Dr., White House, TN, US, 37188
- Phone: (615) 672-8850
- Fax: (615) 672-5335
Stage One Twelve is an eclectic event space that stages several concerts, plays and other events. With state-of-art lights and sound systems, all the events conducted here are very interesting to watch. If you are looking for a place to go for an evening full of fun and great music, Stage One Twelve is ideal for you.
In 1974, a little country grocery store was the site of a weekly jam session. Musicians would come from miles around to "pick a little" on the guitar and sing favorite tunes. The Jam Session evolved into what is now a favorite family-style restaurant. Tresa Street and her band performs on Friday nights and Bob Payne and his band perform on Saturday nights. You can be the first to listen to upcoming new talent on Tuesday nights since the microphone is open to amateurs. No alcohol served and smoking is prohibited, but bring your appetite. The pork barbecue and chicken are some of the best around. Long Hollow Jamboree & Restaurant is only 11 miles north of Nashville.
Long Hollow Baptist Church is one of the largest congregations in the Nashville area. With two campuses, one in Hendersonville and one in Gallatin, Long Hollow serves the largest community of Southern Baptists in Sumner County. The church offers a wide selection of programs, counseling, outreach and educational opportunities for children, youth, adults and seniors. While the Sunday services are located in large amphitheater arenas, the church grows spiritually and as a church body through small, in-home discipleship groups. Long Hollow offers vacation bible school and church camp options for children and youth and hosts a variety of uplifting community events for adults. Sermons can be heard and watched on the church's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Living to Go Church operates two campuses in the Goodlettsville and Hendersonville communities. The Rivergate campus offers guests a contemporary worship style, while the Hendersonville campus provides a classic service under the leadership of the Reverend Paul Baggett. Pastor Baggett also operates a website and ministry called The Happy Pastor. Living to Go Church serves the greater Nashville community through the use of the Hendersonville campus for the Actors Point Theatre Company. Information on worship times and dinner theater tickets are available on the church website and the actors' company website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
With stores such as Talbots, Coldwater Creek, Ann Taylor Loft, Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works, Cache, Gymboree, Justice for Kids, this outdoor mall offers customers all the best shopping in a very appealing setting. The streets are lined with sidewalks and streetlamps and the center square includes a grassy lawn, park benches, a kid-friendly fountain, and a complete sound system which offers a musical backdrop for shoppers. A few restaurants, a local ice cream parlor, a Barnes and Noble and a Regal Cinema Multiplex compliment the shops and offer more options for guests to this outdoor shopping experience. Located just northeast of Nashville, this shopping area will become the epicenter of a new development plan called Indian Lake Village.
Holder Family Fun Center offers guests a 24-hour recreational getaway. While the main activity is bowling, this indoor fun center also includes billiards, darts, an arcade and a snack bar. The 11th Frame Lounge bar area inside the center is reserved for ages 21 and over and offers live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays, a weekly writer's night, a poker tournament and weekly karaoke. Monthly bowling specials and league information are listed on the center's website and Facebook page. Group rates, party packages and reloadable arcade cards are also available. -Lynn-nore Chittom
The Hendersonville Church of Christ is one of the largest churches in the Hendersonville community. Serving most of Hendersonville and Goodlettsville, this church provides Christian programs and religious education for children, youth, young adults, singles, couples, and senior adults. The church also operates an annexed area that serves as the location for a variety of youth activities and many educational meetings. Summer camp options for tweens and teens are provided at the church's camp location, Whispering Pines. This church also provides a preschool and kindergarten program with an excellent reputation for graduating students with high achievement records. The church facilities are also occasionally used for community events. -Lynn-nore Chittom
This multiplex has 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website. So join in with your friends to watch the latest flicks!
Live racing on the only all-turf throughbred racing track in America takes place in September, with Simulcast wagering year-round. There is a restaurant on site, as well as, rooms for private parties, receptions, or reunions.
Cornerstone Church is the largest Assemblies of God church in the greater Nashville area. A Purpose-Driven church, Cornerstone offers educational ministries for children, youth, young adults, men, women, and seniors. The church provides a childcare option for Nashville families through the ministry of Cornerstone Christian Preschool. Members and guest are invited to join Cornerstone's many outreach options for men and women including a bowling league and motorcycle club. Cornerstone is well known for its Independence Day celebration featuring indoor fireworks and a laser light show. The facilities of this church are used throughout the year for a variety of local events. Service times are listed on the church website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Meals go better with entertainment, and you'll get your fill of great food and fun at this clever diner and cabaret—shows feature singers and dancers from the old Opryland Theme Park. Country music, pop anthems and swing music find their way onto the playbill. Breakfast shows are staged on select days and last about an hour and a half. Dinner shows begin at 6:30pm and run the same length. Nightlife is also available for holding parties, functions and reunions.
One of the best ways to enjoy a concert is to hear it in a natural setting, enveloped in a wooded area, cut-off from the chaos of urban life. The Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel offers just such an experience for music lovers. Located on the historic Fontanel Mansion & Farm, the former home of country music legend Barbara Mandrell, this venue sits surrounded by beautiful woods in the Whites Creek valley. And, one would not have to endure any hassles to get here, because it lies only a few minutes' drive away from downtown Nashville. With a capacity of 4500, The Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel is the premier venue for concerts of its kind in the area. See the website to know more.