Calendar

COMMUNITY
Ongoing happenings…
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.

Summer Golf Lessons provided by Patricia “Pat” Gregory for children, ages 9-18 and Adults.  For more information or to sign up, email patmgreg@aol.com.

People Ready now hiring Warehouse & Manufacturing: 1683 Gall-atin Pike N. 615-865-6261; 1347 KY Hwy 185, Bowling Green, KY 270-393-2270; 4116 Nolensville Pike, 615-781-6111.

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.

June 1-Ras Wiz, Lacy, and DJ Vital Signs LIVE at The End, 2219 Elliston Place from 6 p.m.-11:45 p.m.  Tickets available at tickets.aftonshows.com <http://tickets.aftonshows.com> .  First collaborative effort since 2009 from the duo and bringing along DJ Vital Signs on the Ones and Twos!

June 3-Meeting Nashville Chapter of the Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society.  Guest speaker speaks on research of African Americas that have passed for white, “Passing for White:  Researching the Invisible Color Line.”  For more information visit www.aahgsnashville.org

June 4-It Factor Fashion Show at 9Bar/Lounge, 1141 Bell Road, Antioch, TN.  For tickets and information, visit www.lovenoise.net

June 10-Summer Wine on the Rails, 220 Willow St. from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Hosted by Muddyroots music Nash-ville.   For tickets and information visit www.eventbrite.com.

June 12-July 22-2017 Freedom School to be held at Clark Memorial UMC (grades K-4), Dixon Memorial Church (grades K-4) and Gordon Memorial UMC (grades 5-8).  For more information call 615-497-1398 or email: nash villefreedomshcools@gmail.com.

June 16-17–16th Annual Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival-Bridging the Gap Mixer on Friday night (6/17) on the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge from 7 p.m.-1 a.m.  The festival is Saturday (6/17) at the Bicentennial Capital Mall Amphitheater, 600 James Robertson Pkwy. from 12 noon-10 p.m.  For ticket and information contact <http://www.nashvillejazzandbluesfest.com>

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.

July 9-Jill Scott at Ryman Auditorium, 116 5th Ave. from 8 p.m.-11 p.m.  Tickets available at <www.ticketmaster.com>

August 6-Mary J. Blige:  Strength of a Woman Tour with Lalah Hathaway at Metro Nashville Municipal Auditorium, 417 4th Ave. N. at 8 p.m.  For tickets at <www.ticketmaster.com>

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.

Chattanooga Market, 1829 Carter Street.  For more information call 423-648-2496 or visit info@chattanoogamarket.org

Explore more at tnvacation.com/calendar.

CHURCH

NOTICE:  We are asking that you send in dates for your church activities, particularly date, time, location and theme of scheduled Vacation Bible School!  Email information to npnews@comcast.net.

Ongoing
Wednesdays-Hour of Power Services at Clark Memorial UMC, 1014 14th Ave. N.  at 12Noon with lunch served at 12:30.  For more information call 615-329-4464.  The Rev. Dr. Herbert Lester, Jr. is the Senior Pastor.

Weekly–Wednesday noon worship services at Corinthian MBC, 3301 33rd Ave. N., prayer, praise, preaching & lunch at 12:00 noon.  The Rev. Enoch Fuzz is the pastor.

June 3-NOAH One-Day Training “A workshop on Faith based community organizing at SEIU Local 205, 521 Central Ave. (off Nolensville Rd. near Thompson Lane) from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.  For tickets and other information visit <http://222.noahtn.org>

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 TN 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.

June 5-9-Vacation Bible School at Clark Memorial UMC, 1014 14th Ave. N. nightly from 5 p.m.-8:30 p.m.  Theme:  Super God Super Me Super Possibility!  For registration information call 615-329-4464.

June 7-9-Tour of Biblical Proportion in Cincinnati, Ohio is a planned trip to the Ark Encounter & Creation Museum.  If interested in the adventure contact J. Washington at washingtonj2634@aol.com or inbox for more details.

June 10 – Mature Adult Ministry and Nurture & Membership Care ministries hosts “Aging Gracefully” at Clark Memorial UMC, 1014 14th Ave. N. from 12 noon-2 p.m.   (refreshments provided) Topics of information:  Cremation, Independent Living, Reverse Mortgage, Assisted Living.

June 12-July 21–Freedom Schools.  For locations and more information call G. Burton 615-497-1398; ornashvillefreedomschools@gmail.com or visit <http:// nashvillefreedomschools.org/> .

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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