Programs & Events


The La Vergne Parks and Recreation Department offers programs throughout the year for citizens of all ages. In addition to activities sponsored by the Department, recreation programs also include pee wee and little league baseball; youth football; and in-line hockey. Those leagues are self-contained but work in partnership with the Department.
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La Vergne Youth Baseball and Softball League

Tennessee Strikers Opens in new windowThe 2019 baseball and softball Fall season began in August and most teams are practicing 2 - 3 times per week. Opening day is on September 4th and there will be games played that day.  The regular season runs through the 3rd week in October. We currently have full rosters on multiple teams.

Players between 3 and 16 years old have the opportunity to practice in baseball and softball in a variety of levels. Available programs include baseball and softball 6U, 8U, 10U, 12U, as well as softball 14U and 16U. Registration is $40 for any level. Registration includes a shirt, hat, pants and belt for each player. Registration is open to anyone wanting to participate in the ball league.

  1. Sat Oct. 5

    Old Timers Festival and Parade
    Old Timers Festival for 2019 is scheduled for October 5. We will have the traditional parade on Saturday morning, following a full day of fun and entertainment.
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  2. Fri Oct. 18

    Howl at the Moon 5k
    Athletes, fitness fans, and motivated people of all ages will be participating in the annual Howl at the Moon 5k Run. There are 12 age divisions ranging from young runners to senior citizens. Awards will be given to the top 3 finishers in each category, to the first male and female overall, and the first male and female master finishers. For more information, contact our Parks and Rec Department at 615-793-3224.
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  1. Sat Oct. 26

    Goblins and Goodies at the Park
    The annual candy trail is a favorite event sponsored by the city and includes games and a hike through the park to “trick or treat” from local organizations and businesses.
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  2. Mon Nov. 11

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