02Mar6:00 pmPottery Uncorked

03Mar5:30 pm6:30 pmPublic Show: "Light Years from Andromeda"

03Mar6:00 pm8:30 pmCreate At Crown: Easter Bunnies Paint Party

04Mar10:00 am11:00 amStory Time

04Mar1:30 pm2:30 pmPublic Show: "Seasonal Stargazing"

05Mar(Mar 5)6:00 pm07(Mar 7)11:59 pmLive & Local Music

06Mar(Mar 6)8:00 am08(Mar 8)8:00 amJackson Action SUPER NIT

06Mar1:30 pm2:30 pmPublic Show: "Light Years from Andromeda"

07Mar10:00 am4:00 pmWeed Wrangle at Pinson Mounds

07Mar(Mar 7)2:00 pm08(Mar 8)4:00 pmAuditions for "Driving Miss Daisy"

07Mar5:00 pm3rd Annual Hub City Fight Night

07Mar6:00 pm8:30 pmYou're my Super Hero- Mother and Son Date Night

07Mar8:30 pm4:00 pmJackson Area Beekeepers Association Short Course

10Mar5:30 pm6:30 pmPublic Show: "MarsQuest"

10Mar5:30 pm7:30 pmLip Sync Night

12Mar(Mar 12)8:00 am14(Mar 14)8:00 pmSarah Beth Whitehead Memorial High School Softball Tournament

12Mar(Mar 12)9:00 am13(Mar 13)9:00 pmThe Jackson Teen Theatre - "The Good Doctor"

12Mar(Mar 12)6:00 pm14(Mar 14)11:59 amLive & Local Music

13Mar(Mar 13)8:00 am15(Mar 15)8:00 pmCollision Specialists Play Ball Spring Classic (AA/Open)

13Mar1:30 pm2:30 pmPublic Show: MarsQuest

13Mar3:45 pm4:45 pmKids' After School Special Planetarium Show: "Astronaut"

13Mar7:00 pm10:00 pmSt. Patrick's Dance Party

13Mar(Mar 13)7:30 pm17(Mar 17)9:00 pmYou Can't Take It With You

14Mar7:00 am11:00 am5th Annual Cowboy Canter

14Mar10:00 am4:30 pmCasey Jones’ 157th Birthday Celebration

14Mar3:00 pm5:00 pmFree Women's Self Defense Seminar

14Mar4:00 pm6:00 pmTent Camping 101

14Mar5:00 pm9:00 pmCrawfish & Brews

15Mar8:00 am8:00 pmCollision Specialists FASA St. Patty's Day Slam Softball Tournament

15Mar2:00 pm4:00 pmBridal Boutique 2020

17Mar5:00 pm10:00 pmSt. Patrick’s Day@ Hub City Brewing

17Mar5:30 pm6:30 pmPublic Show: "Seasonal Stargazing"

17Mar5:30 pm10:00 pmSt Patrick’s Day Downtown Bar Crawl

18Mar10:30 am11:30 pmSpring Break Lego at the Library

19Mar(Mar 19)8:00 am22(Mar 22)9:00 pmAmerican Kennel Club Dog Show

20Mar7:30 pm10:00 pmRon Jewell in "Mark Twain At-Large"

21Mar(Mar 21)5:30 pm22(Mar 22)2:00 pmGlinda’s Tea Party

21Mar(Mar 21)7:00 pm22(Mar 22)4:00 pmDorothy in the Emerald City

26Mar6:00 pm9:00 pmQuail Forever Banquet - Chickasaw Chapter

28Mar10:00 am4:00 pmSpring Fling

28Mar12:00 pm6:00 pmBest of the West Food Truck Festival

31Mar4:00 pm7:00 pmNo Show Social


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Attraction Updates

Updated 2:50 PM - Mar. 24, 2020 Attractions in the area are working to follow guidelines currently in place. Below is a list of updates that we are aware of at the moment. We will be updating it as we get more information, so check back regularly.   West TN Delta Heritage Center / Tina […]

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Travel Resources

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Joy-O RV Park
Chickasaw State Park
Parkers Crossroads RV Park
Parkway Village RV
Natchez Trace State Park

McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport provides flights with Air Choice One direct service to Atlanta and St. Louis  

Outdoors & Sports


"Plan Your Visit" to learn more about Jackson and West Tennessee's sites.

Whether it's a game at The Ballpark to see the Arizona Diamondbacks' AA affiliate, Jackson Generals, or exploring one of our 12 parks covering 800 acres, outdoor recreation and sports offer something for the entire family.

The West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex offers baseball and softball enthusiasts approximately 70 acres of fields adjacent to the Jackson Generals Ballpark. The facility includes a total of 17 fields used for regional and national baseball and softball tournaments, clinics and collegiate tournaments. The season runs from March - October.


When you visit Jackson you are within an hour or two drive to numerous state parks, including Shiloh National Military Park; Reelfoot Lake, which America’s bald eagle calls home in winter; and Chickasaw State Park and Natchez Trace State Park with their rustic trails and picnic areas. Paris Landing State Park and Pickwick State Park — northeast and southeast respectively from Jackson — sit on the scenic Tennessee River and offer boating, golf courses, lodging and other recreational activities. The Hatchie River National Wildlife Refuge remains the longest continuous stretch of naturally meandering river in the lower Mississippi River Valley.

History & Civil War

"Plan Your Visit" to learn more about Jackson and West Tennessee's sites.

To begin to tell the stories of the Civil War and the impact on the communities, well let's just say, we're still uncovering them. From Shiloh National Military Park to the Denmark Presbyterian Church, Jackson and West Tennessee saw tremendous activity over the course of the war.  

Yet, out of the ashes of war, Tennesseans black and white built a new society where slavery was abolished and citizenship redefined. As such, Congress has designated the state as the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area. Tennessee's landscape contains many powerful reminders of the Civil War from battlefields and monuments in places such as Shiloh and Chattanooga, to the sites along the Civil War Trails stretching from Memphis to the Tri-Cities. See the maps of the time, the flags that led the regiments, and the timeline of events that forever changed the physical, social, and economic face of Tennessee.  

Visit for a look at the State of Tennessee in it's entirety or select "Plan Your Visit" to learn more about Jackson and West Tennessee's sites.  

Sue Shelton White "One of Tennessee’s most effective suffragists, and West Tennessee native was one of the first women court reporters in the state in 1907. White joined the woman suffrage movement and helped organize the Jackson Equal Suffrage League in 1911. While working to increase support for suffrage in Tennessee, she served as recording secretary for the Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association beginning in 1913. She later came to believe that the policies and methods of the more activist National Woman’s Party (NWP) were more effective and changed her allegiance in 1918." - to learn more visit the website and facebook page.

Arts & Culture

"Plan Your Visit" to learn more about Jackson and West Tennessee's sites.

The variety of arts, theater and music may surprise you — but Jackson has a long history as the entertainment center of West Tennessee, and the growing number of students and professionals keep it vibrant.

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Can you hear it? It's the beat you can only find in Jackson, halfway between Memphis' Beale Street and Nashville's Broadway in the heart of the Americana Music Triangle. This is where Elvis cut his teeth with Carl Perkins and Rock-A-Billy was born. Blues music flowed throughout the cotton fields of the region and today's talent is an exciting cross between the numerous genres of the region.

The Americana Music Triangle connects you to the people, places and stories of the world's number one music destination!

Jackson’s AMP at the West Tennessee The outdoor amphitheater next to the West Tennessee Farmer’s Market hosts free concerts by local and regional artists and movies on a large screen from May to October. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic basket for an evening under the stars. Vendors sell food at many of the events.

Carl Perkins’ Grave Music legend and rockabilly pioneer Carl Perkins is buried in Jackson’s Ridgecrest Cemetery. When he died Jan. 19, 1998, people traveled from around the world to attend his funeral. Beatles guitarist George Harrison played Perkins’ song, “Your True Love,” during the funeral.

Carnegie Tennessee Legends of Music Museum Built in 1903 as a free library, the Carnegie Center now holds the rich history of Jackson’s musical past. It highlights the lives of local artists like Carl Perkins, Wink Martindale and Sonny Boy Williamson, the location of the first Hard Rock Cafe in the United States by founder and Jackson native Isaac Tigrett, and Jackson’s role in rock’n’roll and the birth of rockabilly.

The Jackson Area Plectral Society’s Jam Session at Casey Jones Village The Jackson Area Plectral Society holds a free jam session of old-time music from 6-9pm every Thursday.

The Ned McWherter Cultural Arts Center Attached to Jackson’s former City Hall, The Ned is the center of arts attractions downtown. You’ll find art shows, Jackson Theatre Guild productions and performers from across the country.

John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson’s Grave Blairs Chapel C.M.E. Cemetery, Blairs Chapel Road John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson was the first great blues harmonica player — easily one of the most important of the pre-war era. He made the harmonica a worthy lead instrument and opened the door for many famous players, such as Little Walter, Billy Boy Arnold and Junior Wells.


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"Plan Your Visit" to learn more about Jackson and West Tennessee's sites.

People visiting Jackson find there is a lot to like. When Country connected to the Blues in Jackson the sound was heard around the world and Rock-A-Billy was born. Jackson is where baseball players, beauty queens, heroes, and legends are all connected. Jackson offers great place to stay, great places to eat, great places to shop, fun things to do, and interesting things to learn.

The variety of arts, theater and music may surprise you, but Jackson has a long history as the entertainment center of West Tennessee. As you would expect in a city of 60,000 serving a region of over 500,000, with this many facets, Jackson offers a pleasing variety of neighborhoods, churches and religious activities, and many places to relax and get away - or to get some fresh air and exercise. People who've moved to Jackson tell us that once you live here you'll always want to stay.  


Find the perfect hotel. Identify the right set of attractions. Create a balanced list of restaurant options for every taste and budget. Most important, design a complete travel experience that will be appealing to every visitor. The job of the group tour operator can be challenging, and no one knows that better than Visit Jackson TN!

The ultimate liaison, Visit Jackson TN can help you save time, money and create a memorable visitor experience by connecting you to hotels, attractions and restaurants. You don’t need to make the calls or send out the leads, we do it for you.

Visit Jackson TN can also assist with numerous other services, including but not limited to:

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Quarantine Fitness

March 26, 2020

Updated 12:15 PM, March 26, 2020

While gyms are currently closed for health and safety purposes, it's not impossible to stay active. In fact, gyms around town are making it easier than ever to get in a good workout, and you don't even need to leave home to do it! If you've wanted to get started on a fitness routine, now's a great time! These gyms are offering options for all types of workouts and all different fitness levels. Check them out, you might even find a new favorite class!  

LIFT Wellness Center

Offering online workout and yoga classes via zoom Check their Facebook page to see what classes are coming up - they are in the events section  

Gold's Gym

Doing Facebook live videos and posting workout ideas Also check out this website for GOLD'S GYM ON-DEMAND VIDEO WORKOUTS: Facebook:  

Jackson Sport and Fitness

Offering a full schedule of Facebook live classes (videos can still be viewed later) and YouTube classes! Facebook: YouTube:  

D-180 Fitness

Posting at-home workouts and videos  

Pure Barre

Private Facebook group for members  - providing live stream classes Two weeks access to private Facebook group available for non-members for $39.99  

Total Fitness Kickboxing

Facebook live workout sessions  

Planet Fitness

United We Move - Facebook live workout series -Every day at 7:00PM -If you miss it live, videos will be available on their free app  

Atlas Fitness

Posting workout plans and videos on Facebook Hosting a Check-In Challenge, person with the most "check-ins" wins a prize pack from lots of local businesses  *You don't have to be a member to win*  

Anytime Fitness

Facebook lives every weekday at 8:30AM & recorded workout videos Complete video playlist: Facebook page:  

Barbell Beauties + She Shed Fitness

Collaborating to bring you a Home Women's Fitness Group for live workouts Monday - Friday for $20 Message them on Facebook to join the group  

Arrow Athletics

Comeunity Zoom Athletic Classes *Beginning March 30* Schedule Available by March 29   *Gyms listed are ones offering at-home workout options that are available to the public. This list will be updated as we get more information.* If you have information you would like to be included, please send it to

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Jackson TN Weekends

There is a lot to do in Jackson and West Tennessee, but here is a great place to start. We have picked out enough things for you to have the best weekend ever in Jackson! If you are looking for more information, please request our visitors guide.

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Americana Music Triangle

Where History Made Music. Then Music Made History. The Americana Music Triangle connects you to the people, places and stories of the world’s number one music destination.

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Walking Tall Trail

Rockabilly, rails and legendary trails. Explore Southwest Tennessee’s charming small towns, mom-and-pop eateries, courthouse squares and barbecue gems. Dig a little deeper and you’ll uncover the fascinating stories, people, and places that have shaped American history and culture.

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Cotton Junction Trail

Teapots to sweet spots. Get ready for a rural journey through Northwest Tennessee, named for the hypnotic beauty of the region’s signature cotton fields in early fall. It’s dotted with amazing stories, historic landmarks, and unique sights.

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