Calendar

COMMUNITY

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.

People Ready now hiring Warehouse & Manufacturing: 1683 Gallatin 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.

School and Sports physicals and immunizations at Matthew Walker, Comprehensive Health Center, 1035 14th Ave. N. call 615-327-9400 or 230 Dover Road in Clarksville, TN call 931-920-5000.  TennCare and most insurances accepted.  Call to schedule appointments.

Every Saturday in January (1/6, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.   Advance Financial On-Site Hiring Events.  Advance Financial is experiencing significant, rapid growth and plans to add 100 new employees to the company in the coming months. Advance Financial will be hiring for retail and call center customer service, supervisor and manager roles. Potential hires are asked to bring their resume and a recent pay stub. Advance Financial, 100 Oceanside Drive, Nashville, TN 37204

February 17-Vanguard Art Show, 2nd Annual Black History Project 2, at Track One, 1211 4th Ave. S at 7 pm-11:30 pm

February 19-Valentine’s with Kem at the Schermerhorn Symphony

February 24-Black Panther Art Immersion Expierience  at Drop Ink Tattoo Parlour and Gallery, 1106 Ed Temple Blvd., 6-11 pm   For more information and tickets, visit Eventbrite.

February 24-TN Aquatics Project (TAP), Youth Diving With a Purpose (YDWP) and the International Black Film Festival of Nashville (IBFF) are patterning to present, “With Purpose, Celebrating and Discovering African American History from Sky to Sea” at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, 2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. for more information email info@ibffnashville.com

March 14-Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, at TPAC, 505 Deaderick Street from 7-10 pm.  For ticket information, contact TPAC.

March 22-Black Wealth Symposium, hosted by Urban League Professionals of Middle TN, at 50 Vantage Way, 5:30 pm (Networking); 6:00 pm Symposium.  Identify race and wealth, learn investment knowledge and act with resources and direction.  Visit Black Wealth Sympo-sium for more information.

March 23-4th Annual Financial Literacy Conference at TSU.

June 15-16 –18th annual Jefferson St. Jazz and Blues Festival

AREA

Explore more at tnvacation.com/calendar.

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.

School and Sports physicals and immunizations at Matthew Walker, Comprehensive Health Center, 1035 14th Ave. N. call 615-327-9400 or 230 Dover Road in Clarksville, TN call 931-920-5000.  TennCare and most insurances accepted.  Call to schedule appointments.

CHURCH

Saturdays-Christian Basketball Athletic League (CBAL) games at 10:00 am at Bass Street BC, 3447 Brick Church Pike. Tourna-ments will be held April 12-14th.  For more information FB Inbox Darryl Howard.

February 17-18-Elder William B. Carter celebrated at Pastor’s 2nd Anniversary at The HOuse of God Nashville, 2005 Heiman Street.  Keynote speaker will be Bishop Dr. Gilbert L. Evans, Jr., of Palatka, FL (Diocese Prelate of Michigan and Jamaica). 2/17 at 6 pm and 2/18 at 11:30 am.  For more information, FB William Carter Jr.

February 17-Get on Bus Black History Month featuring Patricia Jenkins Armstrong “Riding to Freedom” at Mt. Lebanon MBC, 222 Franklin Limestone Rd. from 10 am-12 noon.  For more information contact Min. T. Burns at 615-591-4345.  Rev. J.J. Green, pastor.

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.

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.

Leave a Reply