The 5th Annual Ride 2 Thrive event will take place April 8, 2017 from 11AM until 3PM at the Cleveland Park, 925 North 6th Street, Nashville, 37207.
This is a kid-friendly community event that provides free health screenings and resource information and referrals for low-income families.
There will be plenty of activities for the little ones in the “Kids Corner Family Zone” including face painting and a jumpy house.
Women can also receive a mammogram provided by the Saint Thomas Mobile Mammogram. Everyone will be able to indulge in the free food, door prizes and music. There will also be sessions teaching families how to cook a healthy meal.
The theme of this event in the spirit of East Nashville is “Bridging the Gap, in our Home, in our Communities and in our City.”
This event is sponsored by: Metro Social Services, Nashville Black Police Association-Nashville Chapter, Tennessee Bikers Education Association, Metro Parks and Recreation, Piccadilly Restaurants, Save-A-Lot food stores and Salvation Army Family Resource Center.
For more information call (615) 862-6432.