Watch the total lunar eclipse at Warner Park, tour Belle Forest Cave in West Meade and more

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This weekend, you'll find nature events aplenty, whether it be watching a total lunar eclipse, touring a cave located in West Meade or attending a community trash pick-up (complete with a free pint of beer for those interested). Just be sure to check the forecast before heading out — Nashville will see a drop by more than 40 degrees from Saturday's high to Sunday's low.

Other events include inauguration activities for Governor-elect Bill Lee, a concert with one half of a popular '60s folk duo and more. But before we get into the details of this weekend, don't forget to vote in our new poll — we want to know your favorite local doughnut shop.

Know of an event we should include next week? Let us know at [email protected]. Here's our list for the weekend of Jan. 19-20. Enjoy.

Winter Cave and Arboretum Tour at Belle Forest Cave

When: Saturday, 10 a.m.-noon

Where: The Belle Forest Cave, Old Hickory Boulevard

The Belle Forest Cave & Arboretum lies on a four-acre property covered primarily by mature forests, featuring an old springhouse leading to an extensive cave populated by bats and three tributaries to the Harpeth River. On this tour, you will learn how to identify the many species of trees found in the arboretum. This hike is short but moderate, so wear sturdy shoes, weather-appropriate attire, and consider bringing a water bottle and a hiking stick.

Event is free for members of TennGreen and $10 for non-members. Registration is required here.

Red Headed Stranger x John Lewis at Butcher & Bee

When: Saturday, 5-11 p.m.

Where: 902 Main St.

Pitmaster and Tex-Mex maestro John Lewis, of Lewis Barbecue in Charleston, will visit Nashville for a collaborative menu highlighting the foods of Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado. Chef Bryan Lee Weaver will be preview tacos and more from the forthcoming East Nashville spot, Red Headed Stranger.

If you love smoked meats and Hatch green chiles, mark your calendar. Reservations are recommended and can be made here or by calling 615-226-3322.

Inauguration Ceremony of Governor-Elect Bill Lee

When: Saturday, 11 a.m.

Where: Legislative Plaza, 301 6th Ave. N

Governor-elect Bill Lee will take the oath of office at a ceremony convening on Legislative Plaza at 11 a.m. Saturday. The oath will be administered by Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Jeffrey S. Bivins. Following the ceremony, there will be free tours of the Tennessee State Capitol. On Sunday, you can tour the Governor's Mansion in Oak Hill at 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

See the full schedule of events during Lee's inaugural weekend here. 

Experience the Total Lunar Eclipse in Warner Park

When: Sunday, 8 p.m.-midnight

Where: 7311 Highway 100

Show up at the Nature Center anytime between 8 p.m. and midnight for telescopic views, hot drinks, a campfire and night hikes. Here's where you can register.

Free Teacher-In-Training Community Class at CorePower Yoga

When: Sunday, 1-2 p.m.

Where: 3990 Hillsboro Pike

This class is taught by "teachers-in-training" as part of the CorePower Yoga Teacher Training and Extensions programs. Set to inspiring tunes, this foundation-building class will work every muscle through movement and breath at a moderate, but intuitive pace. The class will be each Sunday through Feb. 10.

Art Garfunkel at Ryman Auditorium

When: Sunday, 7:30 p.m.

Where: 116 5th Ave. N

Art Garfunkel — one half of the '60s folk duo Simon & Garfunkel — is headed back to Nashville. The singer's Jan. 20 show at the Ryman Auditorium marks three years since he last performed at the famed venue. Tickets for his Nashville show start at $45 and can be found here. Full details at the link below.

Pick-Up for a Pint with Bearded Iris Brewing

When: Sunday, 12-2 p.m.

Where: 101 Van Buren St

In partnership with Metropolitan Nashville Department of Public Works, Turnip Green Creative Reuse and Bearded Iris Brewing are hosting the second Pick-Up for a Pint in the Bearded Iris neighborhood. The event begins at noon with a litter pick-up around the property followed by sorting and diverting of litter from the landfill. At 1 p.m., enjoy a free pint inside and participate in a a reuse art activity highlighting a community commitment to keep Nashville beautiful.