Calendar

COMMUNITY

Vendors and entertainment information for Fisk Food & Music Festival on July 1st with scheduled artists, Lindsey Webster, The Hamilton Brothers, Kevin Whalum, Les Sabler, Dr. Mark Williams and many others.  Interested vendors and artists, contact 615-329-8754.

Tuesdays and Thursdays-Job hiring events held each week at American Job Center, 665 Mainstream Drive.  A Variety of jobs available along with other support for job seekers, such as resume writing workshops, job search assistance, unemployment claims, computer an internet access, printing and fax and other areas of help where needed.  To see job listings, submit resumes, email patricia.stuart@tn.gov.

March 25-Mobile Wellness for Pets, Nashville Pet Products-Hermitage, 4066 Andrew Jackson Parkway, Hermitage, TN 37076 at 10am to 2pm; Saturday March 25, 2017, Nashville Pet Products – Bellevue, 7085 Old Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37221 at 9am to 1pm

March 25–Seminar on Aging Gracefully hosted by the Mature Adult Ministry and Nurture and Membership Committee at Clark Memorial UMC, 1014, 14th Ave. N., at 12 noon.  Topics to be discussed will be health insurance (need and options), assisted living facilities, alive hospice, identity theft, legal shield and more.  For more information contact B. Thompson, H. Houston, M. Pepper at Clark, 615-329-4464.

March 25–Free CPR Training at Kairos Community AME Church, 413 Veritas Street from 4-5 pm.  Participants will receive a free CPR Anytime Kit.  Instructor:  Dr. Katherine Y. Brown, Learn CPR America. For more information, visit eventbrite.com Free CPR Training.  Sponsors are Kairos Community AME Church and Mt. Pisgah UMC.

March 31-April 8–”Yellowman” presented by Destiny Theater Experience at Darkhouse Theater, 4610 Charlotte Ave. For dates, times and prices, contact “Yellowman” is a multi-character memory play about an African American woman who dreams of life beyond the confines of her small-town Soutehern upbringing and the light-skinned man whose fate is tragically interwined with hers  The play explores the negative associations surrounding male blackness as well as he effect these racial stereotypes have on black women.  For information visit Facebook The Destiny Theatre Experience

April 4–Kendra Gives Back Party to benefit Nashville Freedom School Partnership at Kendra Scott Hill Center, Green Hills, 4025 Hillbroro Pike, Suite 505 from 6-8p.m.  Design your spring jewelry…enjoy sips, sweets and jewels.  For more information check Kendra Scott Hill-Green Hills on Facebook #KSNashville Twitter and Instagram.

April 6–The Pro TRAC presents Display Live, a tribute showcase of Usher and Aaliyah featuring local dancers, choreographers, musicians and singers at Massey Performing Arts Center, 1922 BElmont Blvd., Doors open at 7:45 p.m.  For ticket information contact 615-697-9479.

April 21-Over the Edge Nashville at Omni Hotel, 250 5th Ave. S., 9am-5pm.  Over The Edge is an urban rappelling event where supporters register and raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Once they hit the fundraising goal, they secure their spot on the wall to rappel the 269-foot tall Omni Nashville Hotel. For ticket information, visit <www.overtheedgenashville.com>

April 29-A Night With Sho Baraka and special guest, Rashad Tha Poet hosted by Urban Soul Cafe.  Live music, storytelling, comedy and house party at 7 p.m. at The Studio Nashville, 3315 Charlotte Ave.  For ticket information visit urbansoulcafe@gmail. com or call 615-642-9141.

May 20-Nashville Wine and Food Festival at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, 600 James Robertson Pkwy from 12 noon-4 p.m.  4th Annual event that celebrates local chefs and cuisine paired with superb wines and great music.   Showcasing over 50 different wineries and all the best restaurants around town.  Live music, seminars with wine, beer, spirits and food experts and more.  For more information and tickets visit eventbrite.

July 1-Fisk Food & Music Festival from 2-9p.m.  Features Lindsey Webster, Kevin Whalum, The Hamilton Brothers, Les Sabler, Dr. Mark Williams, Kid Zone, more…For vendor information call 615-329-8754.

Immersion Retreat–Renewing personal space and Harmony through Art, Music and Nature. Daily art and craft workshops and mini retreats include art and craft projects, stress release activities, light exercises, urban hikes, urban gardening and meditations.  Free.  Mon-Fri 9 am-1pm; Mon, Wed, Thur 5:30pm-7pm.  To reserve a spot call 615-416-0338 or 615-290-5509 or visit www.immersionretreat.org.

Watch for enrollment or recertification of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits and/or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits coming to Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center.  For questions call 615-324-9668.

AREA

Memphis – The new AutoZone Dome Sharpe Planetarium is now open and showing Firefall, Astronaut, Seasonal Stargazing, and One World One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure at Pink Palace Family of Museums.

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CHURCH

Through June 28–Wellness Wednesdays “Your Resource for Aging Well” Nashville General Hospital in collaboration with West End Home Foundation and the Serving Tennessee Seniors Grant, administered by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has partnered with 4 local churches to host Wellness Wednesday for Seniors!  Free Health Care services provided:  Screenings of Blood Pressure, Glucose, Cholesterol, Immunizations–11 am-1pm.

March 25–Free CPR Training at Kairos Community AME Church, 413 Veritas Street from 4-5 pm.  Participants will receive a free CPR Anytime Kit.  Instructor:  Dr. Katherine Y. Brown, Learn CPR America. For more information, visit eventbrite.com Free CPR Training.  Sponsors are Kairos Community AME Church and Mt. Pisgah UMC.

April 4–Kendra Gives Back Party to benefit Nashville Freedom School Partnership at Kendra Scott Hill Center, Green Hills, 4025 Hillbroro Pike, Suite 505 from 6-8p.m.  Design your spring jewelry…enjoy sips, sweets and jewels.  For more information check Kendra Scott Hill-Green Hills on Facebook #KSNashville Twitter and Instagram.

Schrader Lane Church of Christ, 1234 Schrader Lane, Nashville

Through May 23–Christian Community Services, Inc. (CCSI) need volunteers!   The CCSI Mentoring Towards Independence (MTI) program began in September at Schrader Lane Church of Christ, 1224 Schrader Lane.  couples or females who will “walk with menthes” providing encouragement and support for the 9 month program which will meet for 26 Tuesday nights from 6:00-8:15 p.m.  Food team members are needed to prepare a hot nutritious meal to apps. 110 program participant families and volunteers. and one food team leader is needed who will prepare the menu, shop for the food supplies and coordinate the work and the food team once each month.  For more information, call R. Turner at 615-297-4024 or email rturner@ccinashville.org.

June 12-July 21–Freedom Schools.  For locations and more information call G. Burton 615-497-1398 or nashvillefreedomschools@gmail.com or visit nashvillefreedomschools.org.

Weekly–Midweek Midday service on Wednesdays at Clark Memorial UMC, 1014 14th Ave. N. each Wednesday at 12:00 noon with lunch served at 12:30 p.m.  Lectionary Study at 10:00 am with the pastor. For more information call 615-329-4464.  The Rev. Dr. Herbert Lester, Jr. is the Senior Pastor.

The PRIDE wants to share your special days…community activities, choir anniversary, pastor’s anniversary, homecoming, youth day, revival, special guests and all other occasions that your church invites the public to participate.  Please send church calendar information to npnews@comcast.net.




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