Sept. 6

Resurrection: A Journey Tribute returns to Tullahoma for a free concert, beginning at 7 p.m. in Frazier McEwen Park. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, family and friends to see this recreation of an ‘80s-era Journey concert. Concessions and band merchandise will be available.

Sept. 7 - 28

Frist Architecture Tour. Visiting downtown Nashville on a Saturday night? Start your evening with the popular tour of the Frist Art Museum’s historic 1934 art deco building, led by volunteer docents. Built during the Great Depression as the city’s central post office, this architectural treasure reopened as an art museum in April 2001. Free. 4:30-5:30 p.m. Meet in the Frist Art Museum’s Grand Lobby. Also Sept. 14, 21 and 28. For more, visit FristArtMuseum.org/tours.

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Sept. 10

The Southern Wheels ‘N’ Motion Car Club’s monthly Charity Car Cruise-In. Proceeds from on-site events such as face painting and games benefit a local charity. Hosted monthly by Chick-fil-A Tullahoma, this free event will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. at Chick-fil-A, 1708 N. Jackson St.  Cruise-ins are always free and include lots of classic cars and classic music.

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Sept. 13 & 14

The AOPA (Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association) Fly-In returns to the Tullahoma Regional Airport for an aviation-filled weekend that includes aircraft displays, scores of exhibits and a calendar full of seminars and fun.  Throughout the day Friday, free seminars and paid ground school workshops will take place. AOPA President Mark Baker will present an 11 a.m. Pilot Town Hall meeting as area food trucks arrive to sell an array of lunch items until 2 p.m. The Exhibit Hall happy hour begins at 4 p.m., followed by a flight line cookout presented by Jeppesen. Evening highlights include a short takeoff and landing invitational demonstration and a drone aerial night show produced by The Great Lakes Drone Co. On Saturday, they’ll do it all again, with the STOL invitational taking place at noon. The fly-in concludes Saturday at 4 p.m.

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Sept. 14

The ever popular Ultimate Oldies Rock ‘n Roll Show will return to the South Jackson Civic Center with its most popular show, the “Best of the 50s & 60s” at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults in advance, $22 at the door, $18 for students in advance and $20 at the door.

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Sept. 20

The Arts Center of Cannon County presents “Clue, the Musical,” opening Friday, Sept. 20, and running through Oct. 5. The interactive musical-comedy based on the Hasbro game will never end the same twice. Draw the cards, follow the clues and find out who the killer is! A different ending each night! Rated PG. Tickets are $15. Discounts apply for students, seniors and groups. Call 615-563-2787 or buy online at artscenterofcc.com.  

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Sept. 21

Meet local artists Joanna Seiber and Cyndee Kissel from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Celtic Cup coffee house. Both have oil paintings on display at the coffee house, 106 N. Anderson St., throughout the month of September.

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Sept. 23

The City of Tullahoma hosts a reception for new AEDC commander Col. Jeff Geraghty and his wife, Nora, at 5 p.m. in the city board room of the Tullahoma Municipal Building (City Hall) prior to the regular meeting of the board of mayor and aldermen.   

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Sept. 27 & 28

The 41A Music Festival returns to downtown Tullahoma for its 10th year.  Artists this year include Bad Monkey, Mary Katherine Williams and The Reckless on Friday; Chase Clanton & Vintage Vibes, Salem Creek, Stagger Moon, The Boogie Nights and Rubik’s Groove on Saturday. For more information, including a complete lineup, find 41A Music Festival on Facebook. The free event is a significant source of fundraising for the Highland Rim Kiwanis Club, which uses the proceeds from donations and food and beverage sales to support children’s charities in the area. 

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Sept. 28

Classic Car Cruise-In at Family Fun Day from 2 – 5 p.m. Saturday on the Motlow State Community College Moore county campus.  All vehicles welcome; no entry fee. Dash plaques to the first 50 cars registered. The event, celebrating Motlow’s 50th anniversary, will include music, food, giveaways and a “kid’s korner.” For more information, call 931-393-1692. Email MotlowFoundation@mscc.edu.

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Sept. 27

Two new exhibitions open at the Frist Art Center in Nashville: “Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists” and “OSGEMEOS: In between.”  Join the Frist at noon for a free first-come, first-seated discussion about “In between” with the twin artists known as OSGEMEOS and chief curator Mark Scala. At 6:30 p.m., join the museum for a panel discussion of “Hearts of our People” with the exhibition’s co-curators and members of the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s Native Exhibition Advisory Board. Visit FristArtMuseum.org for more information. “Monsters & Myths: Surrealism and War in the 1930s and 1940s” will close Sept. 29.

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Sept. 28

“Gone with the Wind,” an anniversary movie screening of the civil war epic will begin at 7 p.m. at the South Jackson Civic Center. Tickets are $10.

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Tracy City Street Rodders and the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce present the 7th Annual Mountain Rod Run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at Monteagle City Hall, 16 Dixie Lee Highway, in Monteagle. The event features a chili cook-off and car show.  Car and bike entry fee is $10. Proceeds benefit a local charity. Contact Jeff Burnett at 931-235-8204; Fred Baggenstoss at 931-235-1760 or Brad Sanders at 931-308-6606.

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Through Oct. 3

“Don’t Dress for Dinner” continues through Oct. 3, presented by Cumberland County Playhouse. From the playwright of “Boeing Boeing” (Marc Camoletti) comes this equally hysterical comedy. Bernard is planning a romantic weekend with his chic Parisian mistress in his charming converted French farmhouse, whilst his wife, Jacqueline, is away. What could possibly go wrong? Prepare for an evening of hilarious confusion at breakneck speed. Adventure Theatre. Rated PG. Runs through Oct. 3. Tickets can be purchased at ccplayhouse.com or by calling the box office at 931-484-5000.