Saturday at The Renaissance Center offers a full day of music, theatre and art experiences as well as the thrill of the CyberSphere Digital Theatre. At 10 am Jason Ringenberg brings his popular children’s character Farmer Jason back to the Performance Hall for the third straight year. Farmer Jason’s latest CD Nature Jams is packed with rocking songs that inspire children to get active and enjoy the outdoors. Ringenberg also has announced he will be joined on stage by at least two former members of Jason and the Scorchers, the award-winning alt-country band he fronted in the 1980s and 90s. At 2:00, the Mind Enriching Theatre series presents a special public performance of Freedom Train, a play about the life of Harriet Tubman, a Maryland slave who escaped and then led hundreds of slaves to freedom in what became known as the Underground Railroad. The performance features pre-Civil War spirituals and a modern dance number as it follows Tubman from her youth to her abolitionist days. At 3 pm there will be a free reception for the center’s current art exhibits. They include Nashville artist Alan LeQuire’s Cultural Heroes sculptures, a collection of civil rights-era photos from the Nashville Library and Harold Lowe, a former photographer for The Nashville Banner and The Tennessean, the annual Little Masters Exhibit featuring artwork created by Dickson County elementary school students, Nathan Evans’ Jazz Portraits and Nan Kennedy’s Sculptural Icons. The Gaslight Dinner Theatre continues its run of Some Enchanted Evening: The Music of Rogers and Hammerstein with dinner served at 6:30. Throughout the day, the CyberSphere Digital Theatre offers shows that include a fantastic journey as undersea creatures fight to save their home in Kaluoka’hina: The Enchanted Reef, Laser Retro featuring some of the best music of the 1980s and the classic Pink Floyd’s The Wall. For more information on Saturday’s activities or to purchase tickets, call 740-5572 or visit rcenter.org.