What could be better than a weekend with a free Westminster-style dog show, a huge shoe “blowout,” a sale of Sheryl Crow’s clothing and three free art crawls?

Plus daylight saving time will kick in to give us more daylight in the afternoons to do fun outdoorsy activities.  Big Brands shoe blowout sale

A Big Brands shoe “blowout” sale, with more than 10,000 pairs of shoes for adults and children at 40%-75% off, is Friday, Saturday and Sunday in a warehouse at 2703 Eugenia Ave., off Thompson Lane. Sale organizers Darla and Daniel Atkins, who sell shoes through seven eBay stores, have two in-person warehouse sales a year.

The featured brands include Nike, Vans, Converse and Adidas as well as Birkenstock, Allbirds and Sperry. The shoes, which are mostly shelf pulls, returns and overstocks, are arranged by size, some in boxes and some displayed on shelves. Hours are 9 a.M. To 4 p.M. All three days. Only cash, Venmo or CashApp accepted.

Darla Atkins shows off the large shelves of shoes in the warehouse where the big blowout shoe sale will be this weekend.

Darla Atkins shows off the large shelves of shoes in the warehouse where the big blowout shoe sale will be this weekend. (Photo: Mary Hance / The Tennessean)Sheryl Crow clothing sale 

I’m not sure how affordable the prices will be, but Sheryl Crow is having a sale of her clothes, shoes, purses and accessories this weekend, with proceeds going to South Nashville Teen.

The sale takes place at 21st Century Bookstore, 2809 12th Ave. S. Hours are 3-6 p.M. Friday and 10 a.M.-6 p.M. Saturday. Crow will also play an acoustic set at 2 p.M. Saturday. 

More: Sheryl Crow is selling her old clothes, playing concert in Nashville’s 12 South neighborhoodFree dog show

The Nashville Kennel Club/Tullahoma Kennel Club’s AKC Country Music Cluster Dog Show is Thursday through Sunday at the Williamson County Ag/Expo Park, 4215 Long Lane in Franklin. Admission is free to this Westminster-style show, which is expected to bring in almost 2,000 dogs and as many as 200 breeds. 

The breeds are divided into seven groups: sporting, hound, working, terrier, toy, non-sporting and herding. Each entered dog competes against other dogs in their respective breeds, and the winners of each breed then compete against all other breed winners in their assigned group. The seven group winners then compete for Best in Show. 

There will be Rhodesian ridgebacks, American whippets, Great Danes, Siberian huskies and Chihuahuas at this interactive show, where you can not only see the dogs competing, being groomed and played with, but gather information about the various breeds.

Avian waits his turn at the 2018 Country Music Cluster Dog Show at the Williamson County Ag/Expo Park in Franklin.

Avian waits his turn at the 2018 Country Music Cluster Dog Show at the Williamson County Ag/Expo Park in Franklin. (Photo: Price Chambers / For The Tennessean)Kite festival

Williamson County Parks and Recreation is partnering with Chicago Kite to host a free kite festival from 11 a.M. To 4 p.M. Sunday at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Road, Franklin. This first-time festival features dozens of kinds of kites, including stunt kites, and some reaching 100 feet in the air, as well as a Family Fly Zone where you can fly your own kite. The festival will also include family activities, music and other entertainment.

Meharry Medical College’s Center for Women’s Health Research is hosting the International Women’s Day Health Summit from 8:30 to 11 a.M. Saturday in Meharry’s Cal Turner Family Center for Student Education, at 1005 Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Blvd.

 The program will include:Keynote remarks: Alice Randall, “The Wind Done Gone” author and songwriterA panel moderated by Jacky Akbari, managing principal of Worthington Advisory, including Zulfat Suara, Metro Council member; Juliana Ospina Cano, director of Conexión Américas; Dr. Adrienne Battle, interim MNPS director; and Dr. Linda Norman, dean of Vanderbilt’s School of Nursing.

Meharry’s Center for Women’s Health Research is one of the nation’s first research centers devoted exclusively to understanding why women of color are at greater risk of certain diseases and strives to improve the health of all women. 

The Saturday event is free, but you need a reservation. Art crawls

The Franklin Art Scene’s March art gallery tour in downtown Franklin is 6-9 p.M. Friday. This is the final month for the Passport Program, where you can grab a passport at any of the sites and have it stamped along the way while touring the various galleries. Visitors with eight or more site visit stamps will be entered in a drawing for a $100 gift card to Gray’s on Main and two movie tickets to the Franklin Theatre. Franklin Art Scene’s “tour of the arts” is held on the first Friday of each month.

The First Saturday Art Crawl in downtown Nashville is a chance to explore the Fifth Avenue galleries and as many as 20 other downtown Nashville galleries. There is a free shuttle that will take you around, and most of the galleries have free snacks and wine.  

Arts & Music at Wedgewood-Houston offers great art and receptions in several locations in this emerging neighborhood at 6 p.M. On the first Saturday. 

Wishing Chair Productions puppeteers will present “Ellingtown” at 10:30 and 11:30 a.M. Friday and Saturday and on March 13 and 14 in the children’s theater at the main library, 615 Church St. This free musical puppet show, which is presented in cooperation with the Nashville Jazz Workshop, takes you on a musical journey with master of jazz Duke Ellington. All ages.

Monday is Family Day at Frist Art Museum when one adult admission covers your entire family. 

These monthly days (the second Monday of each month) include trilingual storytime in English, Spanish and American Sign Language, family tours with ASL interpretation, and special activities at the Martin ArtQuest Gallery between 10 a.M. And 2 p.M. 

There are even some family day discounts: 15% off the children’s menu in the cafe and 10% off children’s items in the gift shop.

 The Vanderbilt University Orchestra will perform at 8 p.M. Thursday, March 12, with Vanderbilt University Singers in a concert that will also feature the KV 265 Science Through Art initiative. 

The concert in Ingram Hall at the Blair School of Music is a collaborative program, which also includes the departments of Physics & Astronomy, Cinema & Media Arts, and the Curb Center. It spotlights Solaris, Borealis, “Wondrous Light” by John Estacio, with video projections by Salgado. The evening also includes a collaboration with the Vanderbilt University Singers for Ravel’s Daphnis Suite No. 1 and 2. This will also be Blair’s first sensory-inclusive concert, with resources and equipment available for patrons who are on the autism spectrum and/or have sensory-processing differences.

Details: blair.Vanderbilt.EduHome Remodeling Expo discount

The Nashville Home + Remodeling Expo will be at Music City Center on March 13-15, and there is a $3 off Ms. Cheap discount with the code MSCHEAP. The show features exhibits, experts (including Brett Tutor of “Trading Spaces”) and the latest trends in home improvement and remodeling. 

Attendees get free parking at Nissan Stadium and free shuttle service to and from the show with online ticket purchase.

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