Fall is the time for nesting in our homes as the cold winds of winter start to blow and the brittle falling leaves scatter in the breeze, scuttling across steel grey roads and browning gardens. As temperatures plummet, we wrap in blankets before the fire and give into the desire for our favorite comfort foods. Those foods that make us feel safe and warm and snuggly in the arms of family and friends. For foods that bring such good memories, we ignore the calories and dig in.
Fall is perhaps the best time to stop by Murfreesboro Main Street Saturday Market, Rutherford County Farmer’s Market, or Stones River Farmer’s Market because your family has the chance to meet and interact with farm families.
If you own one, you know it is the perfect bowl for soup, ice cream, cereal, oatmeal, or just about anything else. It is a bowl that people collect. It is a bowl that people use instead of the bowls that come with their dinner ware.
For about 55 years, the Newcomers Club of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County has welcomed new people to Middle Tennessee. The Club was originally a group of men and women that wanted to promote friendship and community service and to assist in the social, civic and cultural orientation of people new to the area.
The Boys & Girls Club has been a positive influence in our community for 30 years and that was a great reason for everyone to celebrate. The Birthday Bash was free to the whole community and was a great way to spend a Thursday evening with the family.