The Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue Department was dispatched to a house on fire located at 814 Kingwood Drive at 5:38 a.m. Sunday, April 12 (Easter).
This Sunday is Easter, and it appears that COVID-19 may challenge the turnout at area churches, but it doesn't have to impact the highest Christian celebration in the world. That is why many area churches have decided to ring their bells at 12:00 noon (Central Time). Tell WGNS about your church.
Barfield Baptist Church told WGNS that they plan to have a large Easter Egg Hunt for children all across the area at 1033 Barfield Church Road in Murfreesboro.
Barfield Baptist Church, Lucky Ladd Farms and the City of Murfreesboro all hosting Easter Egg Hunts and More!
"It's time to find your inner child and get hopping to Lucky Ladd Farms for Nashville's famous Bunny and Brew - Adult Egg Hunt," said Amy Ladd of Lucky Ladd Farms of Rutherford County.
A community Easter Egg hunt is just around the corner. The Murfreesboro Parks and Rec. Department is planning to host multiple Easter Egg Hunts at Siegel Park this Saturday from 1PM to 3PM (March 31, 2018).
A breakfast with the Easter Bunny will be held in Murfreesboro this Saturday, April the 8th along with an Easter egg hunt.
The Aquatics division of Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. held their annual Underwater Egg Hunt at Patterson Park Community Center.
The city of Murfreesboro's Easter egg hunt will take place on Saturday. There is also an Easter egg hunt in Smyrna at the Sam Davis Home.
Seven Last Words of Jesus Christ will take place on Friday April 3rd at 6:30 pm at First Baptist Church. Seven outstanding men of God will be speaking; Odie Lawrence - Prosperity Baptist Church, Darin Freeman - Tabernacle Baptist, Brandon Mason - Locust Ridge P.B., John Spurgeon...
Grab your basket and head to the Annual Easter Egg Hunt in La Vergne on Saturday, March 28.
These photos are from the Easter egg hunt that the City of Murfreesboro put together. Children from all over the community had a BLAST!
New Vision Baptist Church was one of several local churches that held family events for children in our community on Saturday…
The Parks and Recreation Department of La Vergne is planning the Annual Easter Egg Hunt just in time for spring. The festivities will take place on Saturday, April 12, at Veterans Memorial Park located at 115 Floyd Mayfield Drive.
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