The Scouted Calendar: March 2018March is just around the corner, which means spring is on the horizon, and our Scouted cities are bustling with activity as the new season draws nearer. From an orchid festival in Cleveland to the opening of a fascinating new exhibit on First Ladies at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, here’s what we’re looking forward to next month.

Boise, Idaho

From March 21-25, downtown Boise will welcome a wide variety of musicians and bands from around the globe for this year’s Treefort Music Festival. In addition to an exciting lineup of musicians, the festival will feature local breweries and food, as well as activities for festivalgoers of all ages. (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Boise by following TSG Boise on Instagram.)

Cleveland, Ohio

Through March 11, The Cleveland Botanical Garden is celebrating Orchid Mania by displaying different variations and beautiful arrangements of the exotic flower. Show highlights include “Fashion Meets Botanicals,” a fashion show featuring botanically-inspired garments, and beautifully created exhibits of more than a thousand orchid flowers that are sure to brighten a winter afternoon. (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Cleveland here.)

Dallas, Texas

Opening on March 1, First Ladies: Style of Influence at the George W. Bush Presidential Center will explore topics of how former first ladies have used their unique position to advance social and political initiatives and how the role has changed over time. The exhibit will examine the impact of women including Laura Bush, Barbara Bush, Jackie Kennedy, Michelle Obama, Dolley Madison, and Eleanor Roosevelt. (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Dallas here.)

Greenville, South Carolina

Florists, cake artists, fashion experts, event rentals specialists, and more luminaries from the local wedding industry will come together for the TSG Greenville-hosted event, The Scouted Wedding, which will take place at Hotel Domestique on Sunday, March 18. The event will kick off with a fashion show, followed by an opportunity for guests to explore three uniquely styled rooms displaying creative new wedding trends, and end with a champagne toast. A portion of the proceeds for the ticketed event will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate. (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Greenville here.)

Hunt Country, Virginia

Equestrians will want to plan a trip to The National Sporting Library & Museum before March 18 to see the exhibit The Horse and the Camera: From the Judith and Jo Tartt, Jr. Photography Collection before it closes. On loan from a private collection, this exhibit captures the fascination photographers have had with capturing the beauty of equine movements since the invention of the camera. By offering a timeline of photos from over the course of a century, guests will experience the development of both photography and horsemanship over the time period. (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Hunt Country here.)

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole will host Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Film Tour on March 14, and it is a must-attend for any avid outdoorsman or woman. Now in its 12th year, this year’s films will focus on the stories and characters of the fly fishing community all over the world, ranging from Wyoming to Greenland. Attendees should plan to get there in time to enjoy a pre-event social and fly-fishing raffle prizes.  (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Jackson Hole here.)

Miami, Florida

Seafood lovers, mark your calendars for March 25 for the 14th Annual Deering Seafood Festival. Held in the Deering Estate’s historic courtyard, the festival will feature the best of Florida’s fresh seafood as well as celebrity chef cooking demos from some of South Florida’s finest restaurants. Live entertainment will also take place throughout the day, and there will be plenty of activities for children. (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Miami here.)

Nashville, Tennessee

Celebrate the arrival of spring with Cheekwood in Bloom. Kicking off March 17-18, the estate invites visitors to enjoy more than 150,000 blooming bulbs as well as the return of the Beer Garden and food trucks on Saturdays and Sundays, a new flower house, and five weekends of family-friendly activities. (Find local recommendations for what to do and see in Nashville here.)