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Weird weather forecast: Watch out! It might rain iguanas! Weather forecasters in the state of Florida (U.S.) aren’t kidding when they make this prediction. A cold snap in the area that usually is warm can stun these reptiles. If they are in a tree when that happens, the creatures could fall out. But locals know not to worry about the health of the iguanas that lie on the ground after falling from their perches. Once the temperature
warms up, they are able to move again, and they get up and walk away.
Going squirrely: Those who live in neighborhoods frequented by squirrels know that the little critters like to gather nuts. But a couple from Allegheny Country, Pennsylvania (U.S.), were shocked to discover that the rodents near their home were stashing nuts under the hood of their SUV. They could smell something burning when they started the car. Upon further investigation, they found over 200 walnuts and wads of grass under the hood. Luckily, the grass was damp, so it didn’t catch fire. The pair cleaned up the mess and took the vehicle to their mechanic, who gave them the “all clear.”

Cucumber holdup: Staff members in a shop in Glasgow, Scotland, needn’t have been frightened of a robber who came into the premises. He was armed only with a cucumber, which he had covered with a black sock. The would-be thief was Gary Rough, and he tried to get the staff to give him cash. But before his demand was granted, an off-duty police officer who was in the store noticed that something was going on and
came to the rescue. Rough ended up being arrested. The judge was not impressed and gave the thief jail time for his crime.
Good Peruvian eats: People in London, England, who crave a bit of Peruvian cuisine would be wise to try out the bottomless brunch at Coya Mayfair, a restaurant in the city’s West End. First, guests are greeted with colorful decor and the music of Peru, and then they are served the wonderful food. Dishes include crocantes and guacamole, which is freshly made right at the table, ceviche, and vegan options like grilled corn with lime and chili butter. People who attend this brunch need lots of free time, as it takes all afternoon to get through
the many courses.

“A courteous person will always make everyone around him feel at his best and most alive.” —Helen M. Luke
“My body and mind are going in the same direction but not at the same speed.” —Margaret Randall

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BBB YOGA Nashville | Recurring Sundays 9:30am – 11:30am
Come to yoga class and distant socializing on Sunday mornings at the State Capitol Grounds!

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Taste of Madison

Thursday, November 5, 2020 | This will be a drive-through event, in the Rivergate Mall parking lot (near the food court), where the public attending can drive up to a registration tent, then go to tent to tent in a line, staying in their cars, visiting businesses.

Community Drum Circle – All Ages and All Stages Welcome
Shelby Park | Sunday, November 8, 2020 at 3 PM CST – 5 PM CST
LOCATION: Under the trees in the field next to the baseball diamond facing the train tracks on the high trestle bridge.

 

Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair Nashville
oneC1TY| Saturday, November 7, 2020 at 10 AM CST – 4 PM CST
https://www.craftybastards.com/2020-fall

Nashville Cars n’ Coffee
Nashville Cars n’ Coffee is the first Saturday of every month from 8:00am-11:00am at 633 Frazier Dr (AMC Cinemas Parking lot) Franklin, TN, 37064.

Shoppes in the Valley 2020
Valley View Camp | Saturday, November 7, 2020 at 9 AM CST – 3 PM CST
This is a family event full of shopping and food trucks. Please join us for the 4th year of Shoppes in the Valley.
For vendor information please email Kimberly at [email protected]

Holiday Market at the Mansion
Two Rivers Mansion | Nov 6 at 9 AM CST – Nov 7 at 4 PM CST
Join us for a socially distanced outdoor artisan and craft market at the Holiday Market at the Mansion Presented by CedarStone Bank! Hosted by Donelson Chamber of Commerce

 

Food Truck Feast in East Nashville – FALL SEASON
400 Davidson St, Nashville, TN 37213 | Saturday’s 11:00AM- 5:00PM

Monkey business: The only wild monkey found in Europe is the macaque of Gibraltar, off the southern coast of Spain. Macaques are thought to originally have come from Morocco. They can be a bit of a nuisance to the residents because they can be aggressive.
Mineral man: A test that measures the hardness of minerals is the Mohs Hardness Test. On the Mohs Hardness Scale, talc is a one, quartz is a seven, and diamond is a 10. The test is named after its German inventor, Friedrich Mohs. 
Currencies: There are many currencies around the world, including the Mexican peso, the Japanese yen, the lek in Albania, and the ruble in Belarus. In Canada, it’s the Canadian dollar, and in the United States people use the U.S. dollar. 
Space travelers: In 1961, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was the first person to travel to outer space. He rode the spacecraft Vostok 1. His countrywoman, Valentina Tereshkova, was the first woman to do so in 1963, aboard Vostok 6. 
Which fat? Saturated fat in food isn’t healthy. It’s solid at room temperature and can raise blood cholesterol.
Unsaturated fat is liquid at room temperature. This type of fat can help lower cholesterol levels in the blood.

  • Three states of age: youth, middle age, and “you’re looking fine!”
  • What did the CD player say to the band leader? “Put me in, coach. I’m ready to play.”
  • Parent: “I’ve got to teach you the value of a dollar!”
    Child: “You have! That’s why I asked you to loan me 10.”
  • What did Paul Revere say when he finished his famous ride? “Whoa!”
  • Judge: “Are you guilty or not guilty?”
    Defendant: “That’s for me to know and you to find out.”

1. What was the name of Don Quixote’s horse?
2. The Temple of the Sun can be found in what country?
3. Forage crops are grown primarily for what?
4. A tamale is traditionally cooked encased in what?
5. In the world of finance, what is an IPO?

See answers at bottom of page.

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Trivia Answers
1. Rocinante 2. Peru 3. Livestock 4. Corn husk 5. Initial public offering

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