Harvest Jamboree

BRENTWOOD HARVEST JAMBOREE

Sunday, October 2, 2022

4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Brentwood Harvest Jamboree is an afternoon of fun for the whole family with music, free food, and some of your favorite carnival games! We're also proud to support The Branch of Nashville, a food bank in Southeast Nashville helping families by offering English Language classes and emergency food support.

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Help us collect items for The Branch of Nashville Food Bank by bringing pantry-stable items to Harvest Jamboree! Most-needed items are peanut butter, dried beans, dried pasta and pasta sauce, flour, sugar, cereal, and cooking oil.

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Charlotte Varnum

4-4:45 p.m.

Charlotte Varnum is a Nashville-based artist who writes and performs original music influenced heavily by the mid-century soul and rock she was raised on, as well as the great story-telling lyrics of folk and country. She is fresh off of the release of her second EP, The Time Machine EP, where she explores those musical influences through the decades.

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the people's orchestra of nashville

4:45-5:30 p.m.

Founded during the pandemic for the sheer love of making music together, The People’s Orchestra of Nashville began as a ‘reading orchestra’ and has evolved into a performing ensemble. The PON explores a diverse repertoire covering standard symphonic, operatic, ballet and pops repertoire, and is open to college students, freelancers, teachers, professors, and working professionals who have a background in music. It is a community-based ensemble focused on creating musical collaboration amongst people from many different walks of life. The PON is led by Music Director and Conductor Joshua Shepherd. He brings to this role two decades of experience as violinist, violist, vocalist, and conductor in both the classical and commercial music industry. Shepherd holds a D.M.A. in viola performance from the University of Miami and a M.M. in conducting and viola performance from the University of South Florida.

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mason caviness

5:45-6:30 p.m.

Mason Caviness hails from the dry flatlands of west Texas, but his music is anything but desolate. Drawing on experiences of pain, loss, redemption, and joy, Mason sees songwriting as therapy; a running tally of processing and reflecting, evolution and stillness. He released the single "Music to My Ears" in May 2022, a song born out of a 5 year hiatus from music. "I gave myself a chance to put the dream away, to just try and figure out how to be a healthy person, maybe for the first time ever.” His follow up single, "Bound to Be", was released in July 2022, a song written from the prospective of a father to a son. His debut album is set to release Spring 2023.

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CORKY'S BBQ

Chopped pork and chopped chicken sandwiches

Baked beans, cole slaw, and potato salad

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SWIRLY TURTLE HAWAIIAN SHAVED ICE

Original flavors: banana, blue dragon (fruit punch), blue raspberry, bubblegum, bug juice (strawberry-banana), cotton candy, grape, green apple, lemon lime, orange cream, piña colada, root beer, strawberry, tiger's blood, wild cherry, watermelon

All natural flavors: blue raspberry, cherry, cotton candy, lemon lime, mango, orange, piña colada, pineapple, pink lemon sour, strawberry, tiger's blood, watermelon

Turtle Bait: snowcap topping or scoop of vanilla ice cream

Brentwood United Methodist Church is close to many local restaurants, so if our food options don't work for your family, feel free to bring a picnic dinner to enjoy!
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pastor dunk tank

presented by staff parish relations committee
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cake walk

treats presented by fishes & loaves ministry
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ring toss

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bean bag toss

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gone fishing

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the duck pond

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3-legged race

between musical acts
Milk bottle game at fair

milk bottle throwdown

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football throw

presented by student ministry

Kids can enjoy some inflatables just for them! This area will be safely fenced off from the rest of the activities.

Parent supervision strongly encouraged when using inflatables. Monitors will oversee all bounce houses during the event.
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Barnyard Bounce House

For ages 4 and younger

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Cars Bounce House

For ages 7 and younger

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Classic Space Walk

For ages 7 and younger

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Dual Lane Rock Climb Slide

For all ages

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All Star Jump & Slide

For all ages

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Obstacle Course

For all ages

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  • What is Harvest Jamboree?

    Harvest Jamboree is an afternoon of fun for the whole family at Brentwood United Methodist Church. Born out of a desire for a space to bring the whole community together, Harvest Jamboree will feature food from local restaurants, music by local artists, and your favorite carnival games.

  • I don't attend Brentwood United Methodist Church. Can I come to Harvest Jamboree?

    Absolutely! While this event is hosted on our church campus, and many of the games and activities will be hosted by our ministries, Harvest Jamboree is open to the public. We can't wait for you to join in the fun!

  • How much are tickets?

    Harvest Jamboree is a free event to the public! Booth games and inflatables are also free to the public.

  • How can I help with Harvest Jamboree?

    We would love your help to make this afternoon even better! We have a few ways you can volunteer with set up, clean up, and at different booths. Contact Rev. Adam Jones to learn more.