The city was having an Earth Day Celebration in Centennial Park yesterday. We decided to check it out. The girls had to have a snow cone as soon as we got out of the car.
We saw the Parthenon in the distance. It was very cool, made you feel like you were in Greece.
Story could hear the live music in the distance and she was digging it!
A festival is not complete without roasted corn! These two little vultures didn't want to share with me:-( Next time, I'm getting my own!
We sat near the back and listened to Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek for a while. The girls play Daddy's violin, so they enjoyed watching her play the fiddle.
When they got bored with the music we headed over to check out the Parthenon. The girls LOVED running around it!
Lyric and Cadence posed for a picture, but Story wasn't interested in it.
Daddy jumped in this one, but Story still wasn't interested! (BTW- that is not my purse he is holding, it happens to be the six year old's)
We headed back over to the music. Daddy was VERY excited about seeing Bela Fleck (in case you didn't know, like me, he is one of the best banjo players in the world).
Lyric enjoyed watching this chick hula hoop we have about 47 pictures of her to prove it.
Cadence danced and danced to the banjo. She is a banjo player herself, you know?
We had a corn on the cob, but a festival really isn't complete without funnel cake!
Lyric stuffed her face.
Cadence stuffed her face and nose-not really just a little powdered sugar.
Story gobbled it up!
Sweet sisters took a break from the dancing to pose with a hug.
Cadence needed a better view of the band.
We enjoyed our first festival in Nashville!
Although, we did get lost on our way home. Cadence called Grammy and Mimi J, "We lost and can't find our home!"
We did eventually find our way home before anyone lost it too bad in the backseat.