CALENDAR

Last updated on January 18th, 2019 at 05:35 pm

COMMUNITY
January 19-Cocoa & Discussion-Book:  Becoming by Michelle Obama at Office Park,  8120 Sawyer Brown Rd., Suite 107 from 11:30am-1:30pm.  Visit Eventbrite for more information.

January 19-Women’s March #WomensWaveTN Rally at 1 Public Square at 12 noon.  It’s time for the third annual Women’s March events across the country! Nashville will join 176 other cities in 46 states. The Nashville Plan will include political demonstrations in the morning and a huge afternoon rally with music, dance, and amazing speakers — we are building our movements, and inspiring and motivating our communities to increased engagement!

January 20-MLK Blackout Party at WKND Hang Suite, 1703 Church Street from 9pm-2am. Hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Tau Lambda and Omicron Sigma Lambda Chapters Check Event Brite for tickets.

January 21-A Dr. King event Tanya Chimwemewe Phiri from Botswana, Africa will be the speaker at St. Luke Church, 2008 Ed Temple Blvd from 2-4 pm.  This event is free and open to the public with donations accepted.

January 24-26-Breathe by Javon Johnson a play directed by Kennie Dozier of Kennie Playhouse Theatre at Fisk University, Little Theater, 998 D.B. Todd Blvd at 7:30 each night.  Check FB for more information.

January 26-Wine & Rhymes Open Mic Night:  A Tribute to Jill Scott featuring canvas painting at Carol Ann’s Home Cooking Cafe, 407 Murfreesboro Rd. from 8pm-11:30pm.  Check Eventbrite for more information.

January 29-Ladies Networking Social at Hilton Garden at Hilton Garden Inn, 305 Korean Veterans Blvd from 5:30pm-8pm.  Hosted by Nashville housewives. Enjoy a fun night out of networking, shopping and mingling at Hilton Garden Inn in Downtown Nashville!  Free to the public.  For more information visit Nashville Housewives.

February 1-The Life of Dr. King The One Man Play by Darryl Van Leer at Mt. Vernon MBC, 1000 New Providence Pass, Madison, TN at 7:00 pm. No charge, donations will be accepted.  For more information, contact F. Jackson at  615-482-8804.

February 6-Bob Marley Birthday Bash, hosted by Papa Nate Productions at 3rd & Lindsley, 818 3rd Ave. N. Music by Uzoma Obiora & the Path to Freedom, Cobalt Blue and DJ Humanity Sound and more.  For tickets and information call 615-259-9891.

February 8-Metro Council District 2 Kickoff with Candidate Yolanda Hockett, official campaign kickoff at The Lab, 624-A Jefferson Street, from 6-8pm.  For RSVP and more information call 615-394-2601.

CHURCH

Wednesdays — Bread Books & Bible at Clark Memorial UMC, 1014 14th Ave. N, Wednesdays at 6pm with potluck supper at 5:30 pm.  Bible Study and current book study, “Weapons of Math Destruction” by Cathy ONeal.  Rev. Herbert L. Lester, Jr. is the pastor.

January 20–On Sunday evening January 20th 6 Cathedral of Parise is having a special service. The service is called 100 Men. 100 Men is designed for young men and men of all ages to come together in a night of prayer and asking God to bless us as men in every area of our lives. There will be a special prayer for all women who would like to attend and stand as an intercessor for someone.

February 1-The Life of Dr. King The One Man Play by Darryl Van Leer at Mt. Vernon MBC, 1000 New Providence Pass, Madison, TN at 7:00 pm. No charge, donations will be accepted.  For more information, contact F. Jackson at  615-482-8804.

 

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