As part of the event, residents were encouraged to sit on porches and play music, to find a way to entertain neighbors or to walk through the neighborhood and wave from a safe distance.
Dozens of neighbors took part in the event, which started on a resident's Facebook page, according to an announcement from Southern Land Company, the developer of Westhaven.
While Greater Nashville residents are encouraged to go outside while practicing social distancing, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends staying at least six feet away from others and avoiding shaking hands to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. See more recommendations on how to prevent spreading coronavirus here.
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