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Posted by on Thursday, November 26, 2015 in Culture, Food, Music, Nashville.

Two weeks ago I went to Nashvember, a Nashville craft festival sponsored by Project 615, a local Christian apparel company. There were a bunch of different vendors there, from ones selling children’s designer apparel to local cookie companies! It was super nice to explore a part of Nashville I’ve never visited (it seems that whenever I discover one cute neighborhood another one pops up!) — the festival was only a 10 minute drive from campus!

The beautiful Jeni's Ice Cream Truck :)

One of the best things about festivals like this (and this one I went to the week before that!) down in Nashville, is that there are always amazing food trucks involved. Food trucks aren’t super big where I’m from, so coming here and finding that there is a truck for literally every type of food imaginable is so exciting!

Unconventional truck shops! (Nashville is kind of obsessed with trucks that aren't trucks -- I've seen some crazy ones in the past couple weeks)

I ended up buying some organic peppermint goat milk soap for my little sister (she’s a major soap aficionado, of all things) and had a great afternoon of window-shopping, live music, and great weather! Thanks Nashville!

There was a plethora of jewelry and clothing stands, as well as an organic handmade soap vendor, and one selling cheesecake in little mason jars!

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