Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 AM
Woulda Coulda Shoulda
Meeting Professionals International Tennessee Chapter – Please join us for breakfast to meet the 2018 Gala Co-Chairs and help them plan a successful event for our MPI Chapter in 2018! Come ready to share with the team all your “woulda, coulda, shoulda” for the Gala – you know each of you have a good story or two to share! Look forward to seeing you all there and enjoy a good cup of coffee with our MPI Friends! Hosted by: 2018 Gala Chairs Kelli Myers - Gartner David Fischette - Go West Creative
Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
Mud Paint + Nature Brushes Nashville Homeschool Calendar
Green Elephant Arts – Beaman Park - We will meet at the Nature Center. We will be hiking, so please only bring little ones if you are babywearing. Please bring water bottles. Each child will be given a nature bag for our hike. Throughout the hike, we will be on a scavenger hunt to find items to create paintbrushes. Once we arrive in the vicinity of the creek, we will stop to create our brushes and dig for mud to make our mud paint! We will use our brushes and mud paint to create nature masterpieces! Each child will have a nature painting to take home. This workshop is a partnership between Green Elephant + Nashville Homeschool Calendar. All registration takes place on the NHC website.
Monday Sep 25 @ 10:30 AM
Music For Seniors Concert at NJW
Nashville Jazz Workshop – As part of its monthly FREE Daytime Concert Series, Music For Seniors brings a concert to the Jazz Cave on Monday, September 25, 10:30-11:30 am. The event will feature guitarist Geary Moore. Music for Seniors is a nonprofit arts organization connecting area musicians with older adults in Middle Tennessee for interactive live music programming. Through its ongoing community outreach performance and its monthly concert series, free and open to the public, Music for Seniors is all about sharing live music and lighting up lives! For more information visit musicforseniors.org. R.S.V.P. 615-330-1937 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday Sep 25 @ 10:30 AM
Geary Moore Trio, Free Daytime Concert Series
Nashville Jazz Workshop – Join us for Music for Seniors' FREE Daytime Concert Series at the Jazz Cave at The Nashville Jazz Workshop. We'll be treated to the jazzy guitar sounds of the Geary Moore Trio. Seating is limited, so please be sure to RSVP at 615.330.1937 or email@example.com
Monday Sep 25 @ 1:00 PM
Weeds, Weeds, Weeds!
Williamson County Public Library System – Are those pesky weeds hogging your landscape? come to the latest program in our Garden Talk Series and learn about selective versus non-selective herbicides (and WHY IT MATTERS) and how to work with pre-and-post-emergent controls in your environment. The WCMG Speaker’s Bureau was developed in 2015 as a way to formally offer research-based educational opportunities to the residents of Williamson and surrounding counties. The mission of the Williamson County Master Gardeners Association (WCMGA) is to provide research-based, horticultural education, while promoting environmental stewardship via community volunteerism. WCMGA operates as a part of the UT/TSU Williamson County Extension Office and umbrella of the UTIA. All library programs are free and open to the public. Learn more about this event or other library program and services by calling the library at 615-595-1243 or visit the library’s web site at http://wcpltn.org. The library e-newsletter provides subscribers with library news about programs like this and more. Sign up to receive it via email by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Subscribe_Library_Bytes.
Monday Sep 25 @ 5:00 PM
David Francisco Benefit Concert and Screening
City Winery Nashville – Join Walk Bike Nashville for a special benefit concert and film screening at City Winery to celebrate and support David Francisco, a muscian struck and injured a year ago while riding his bicycle on 8th Ave South. David's life was permanently changed last April when a distracted driver ran a red light and T-boned him while he was riding his bike home from the world-renowned Blackbird Academy in Nashville where he was studying music production. The initial spinal cord injury prognosis was devastating and landed the 24-year old singer/songwriter at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta fighting to regain his ability to walk while longing with deep desire to make music again. A short film was made to document David's jouney and will be showed this evening, as well as a full concert of original songs, many which were written during this journey.
Monday Sep 25 - Sep 28 @ 5:00 PM
Thomas Merton: Mystic & Activist
Scarritt Bennett Center – “Love is our true destiny. We do not find the meaning of life by ourselves alone – we find it with another.” Since the publication of his spiritual journey, The Seven Storey Mountain, Thomas Merton is widely read by both folks with a spiritual quest and folks with a desire to put their faith to work in the world. How can this scholarly, reclusive monk, now dead almost 50 years, guide our quest to be faithful Christians, active in God’s world today? Let us search for our individual paths together as we hear the words of Thomas Merton. Facilitator: Toby Gould is a retired United Methodist minister. Before retiring, he was Project Manager for Mission Studies for the General Board of Global Ministries. He oversaw the writing, editing and publishing of the resources for the studies. He has preached and led retreats and workshops in many churches nationwide and has spoken in many colleges and seminaries. Rev. Gould has served as pastor of churches in New York and Connecticut, most recently at Memorial United Methodist Church in White Plains, NY. He was Executive Secretary for Ministries with Persons with Handicapping Conditions for the General Board of Global Ministries, and wrote several books and articles in that field. After graduating from Syracuse University and Garrett Theological Seminary, Rev. Gould continued his studies at Northwestern University, the University of Leiden, Holland, and the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Following those years of study, Rev. Gould was an intern at the World Council of Churches with the Faith and Order Secretariat in Geneva. While in Geneva, Rev Gould helped staff the Joint Working Group between the Roman Catholic Church and the WCC. His voluntary experience includes board leadership in the fields of education and health care. In 2015, Toby was elected to the three person Selectboard in Charlemont, MA. Toby and Merri Gould live in a 200-year-old farm house in Charlemont, Massachusetts.They have a son and daughter and three wonderful grandchildren. To register: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07edxswq8w85fbbd44&oseq=&c=&ch=
Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
Conditioning Session 2
Nashville Elite Amateur Football Team – Bring plenty of water, a towel, and a working attitude! Veterans are to wear Nashville Elite apparel and rookies are to wear a white top with royal blue or lime bottoms. If you get lost, feel free to call our owner at 615-593-9965. See you there!
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Beginner Greenway Ride: Cumberland River
Walk Bike Nashville – Join Walk Bike Nashville for our weekly Beginner Greenway Ride. If you can balance and pedal on a bicycle, but need a little practice to get comfortable, come join us for this fun practice on beautiful stretches of Nashville's Greenways. This week’s starting location will be the B-Cycle station at Morgan Park. Our certified instructors will lead you through a lap or two around the greenway. This is a great follow-up to our Adult Learn to Ride classes, which teach pedaling and balance. Don’t have a bike? Don’t worry! We’ll be starting each week at various B-Cycle stations so you can rent a bike, if needed. Helmets are required for the rides. If you do not have a helmet, let us know when you register and we’ll be sure to provide one for you! If you have any questions or wonder if you are the right skill level for this ride, please contact Jessica Burton at email@example.com.
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Tyler Childers Residency
The Basement Nashville – $5 / Age 21 And Up Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7592255/basement
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
David Francisco Benefit Show & Screening of "Back to Blackbird"
City Winery Nashville – David Francisco's life was permanently changed last April when a distracted driver ran a red light and T-boned him while he was riding his bike home from the world-renowned Blackbird Academy in Nashville where he was studying music production. The initial spinal cord injury prognosis was devastating and landed the 24-year old singer/songwriter at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta fighting to regain his ability to walk while longing with deep desire to make music again. A short film was made to document David's jouney and will be showed this evening, as well as a full concert of original songs, many which were written during this journey. David's music is a combination of acoustic singer/songwriter, and R&B reminiscent of Ben Rector, John Mayer and John Legend. His songs reflect his passion for living and emotions he's felt along the way, that connect with listeners. During Grammy week this year, MusiCares honored Francisco at their Annual Gala. “David is an extraordinary young man,” said Debbie Carroll, Senior Executive Director of MusiCares. “He has faced one of the biggest challenges one could ever face." David recently has performed with Martina McBride, Steven Curtis Chapman, and shared his story live with Katy Perry. Everyone he meets becomes a friend, and all are inspired by his story and songs. Come enjoy a special evening and celebrate great music and an inspirational story. We are happy to be joined by and support our friends at Walk Bike Nashville, who will receive a portion of the proceeds from the event.
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Auditions Announced for the Blackbox Evening of One-Acts
Springhouse Theatre Company – Springhouse Theatre Company announces audition dates for their BlackBox One-Acts. The two shows in the evening of one-acts are Thornton Wilder’s “The Happy Journey from Trenton to Camden” directed by Teri Beck, and Louis E. Cantron’s “Where Have All the Lightning Bugs Gone” directed by Hunter Thaw. The show dates are October 26, 27, 28, and 29. Audition Information: Audition dates will be Sunday, September 24, from 5:00-7:00 P.M. and Monday, September 25, from 7:00-9:00 P.M. The location will be upstairs in the Blackbox. Headshot and resume is recommended but not required. Please come prepared with a one-minute monologue. There will also be cold readings from the scripts. About the Shows and Characters "The Happy Journey from Trenton to Camden" By: Thornton Wilder A comedy 3 men, 3 women Directed by: Teri Beck A father, mother and two of their three surviving children drive from Newark, New Jersey to Camden to visit their married daughter, who has recently lost her baby in childbirth. Their journey is punctuated by talk, laughter, memories (some mundane, some happy, some painful), and appreciation of the Now – ham and eggs, flowers, family, sunsets and the joy of being alive. In this family drama, nothing much happens, and yet everything important happens. As Ma Kirby says, “There’s nothin’ like bein’ liked by your family.” Characters THE STAGE MANAGER MA - Mrs. Kate Kirby ARTHUR - 13, her son CAROLINE - 15, her daughter PA BEULAH - 22, the Kirbys' married daughter who lives in Camden, New Jersey “Where Have All the Lightning Bugs Gone” By: Louis E. Catron Dramatic Comedy 1 male, 1 female (both high school/college age) Directed by: Hunter Thaw Written by a college playwriting instructor, this nostalgic play captures the almost unspeakably poignant wonder of love. It is popular with high school, college, and community theatres. A boy and girl meet and fall in love by discovering how to touch as people, not as sexual beings. The refreshingly innovative style makes it an ideal actors' challenge. Characters: Boy Girl For more information regarding auditions for these shows, please email Hunter Thaw: Hunterthaw@gmail.com
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:30 PM
Belmont University School of Music – Belmont Camerata opens their season on Monday, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Belmont Mansion. This concert is free and open to the public. The program features music drawn from three centuries; four composers from different countries, cultures and compositional eras; four scores written for unique, untypical instrumentation. A serendipitous union of borderless, eclectic musical synthesis. Works by Linike, Morino, Schulhoff, and Ziporyn.
Monday Sep 25 @ 7:30 PM
Belmont University School of Music – Join Belmont’s faculty chamber music ensemble as they explore music drawn from three centuries; four composers from different countries, cultures and compositional eras; four scores written for unique, untypical instrumentation. A serendipitous union of borderless, eclectic musical synthesis. Works by Linike, Morino, Schulhoff, and Ziporyn. The 7:30 p.m. concert in the Belmont Mansion is free and open to the public.
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Big Thief with Jonathan Tyler - Nashville 9/25
Mercy Lounge – Big Thief with Jonathan Tyler at Mercy Lounge Tickets: http://ticketf.ly/2r2giKa
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Noise Pollution: The Music of AC/DC w/ The Tip, Digital Brains
The Basement East – An all-star cast of Nashville musicians who’ve toured and recorded with the likes of John Fogerty, Shania Twain, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, etc. come together to perform some of the hardest hitting, deepest grooving rock n' roll songs in music history. The music of AC/DC…performed loud and proud! Featuring: Greg Mangus - vocals, Andy Bowman - vocals, Adam Shoenfeld - lead guitar, Jason Mowery - rhythm guitar, Victor Brodén - bass, Keio Stroud - drums Songs about thunder, guns, hell, cannons, booze, and sex...CHECK! Songs with relentless swagger and groove...CHECK! A Monday night that doesn't suck like a Monday night...CHECK! We haven't done this in quite a while, so we are SUPER stoked to fire things up again and help you get your rock 'n roll rocks off! Come hear Greg Mangus rip the head off of the Bon Scott-era tunes, and hear Andy Bowman wail like a banshee on the Brian Johnson-era songs! Adam Shoenfeld, Victor Brodén, Keio Stroud, and Jason Mowery will be pounding out the pocket on some monster hits and some super deep cuts that'll groove your damn undershorts off. Zachary Berry (front of house engineer for Clint Black) will be there to make sure it all sounds delicious! Come on out for a great night of rock 'n roll. Hope to see you there! 7:30pm - doors 8:00pm - Digital Brains 8:45pm - The Tip 9:30pm - Noise Pollution: The Music of AC/DC
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
THE TIME JUMPERS
3rd & Lindsley Nashville – $ 20.00 / Age All Ages Additional Info: The TIME JUMPERS are an award winning Western Swing band from Nashville, Tennessee, with two awards from the Association of Western Artists, one from the Western Music Association and two Grammy nominations! This group of Nashville's studio elite has evolved from casual jam sessions at the Grand Ole Opry to performing on the main stage, and becoming THE Monday night destination in Nashville.Their individual recording and performing credits cover virtually the entire history of country music, ranging from Slim Whitman to Carrie Underwood, and their members have recorded extensively with artists in other genres as well, from Barbra Streisand to Megadeth.Their combination of tight arrangements, soulful singers, brilliant soloists, and an irresistibly swinging rhythm section have packed their weekly performances at Nashville's legendary Station Inn for close to ten years, drawing not only their peers, such as fellow recording musicians Glen Worf, Brent Mason, Reggie Young, Bob Moore and countless others, but an amazingly diverse array of stars, including Jimmy Dean, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Jimmy Buffet, Reba McEntire, Robert Plant, BJ Thomas, The White Stripes, Kings of Leon, Luna Halo, Norah Jones, John Rich, Robben Ford, Ronnie Dunn, Bonnie Raitt, Ronnie Milsap and Kelly Clarkson. The list goes on and on!Please note:Tickets purchased from third party sellers or ticket brokers cannot be guaranteed by 3rd and Lindsley.Please beware of ticket brokers and third party ticket sellers when purchasing tickets.Please click here to review TicketWeb's Purchase Policy. Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7314015/3rdlindsley
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Time for Three in the Lounge at City Winery Nashville
City Winery Nashville – TICKETS ARE $15 AT THE DOOR & $18 AT THE DOOR. The groundbreaking, category-shattering trio Time for Three (Tf3) transcends traditional classification, with elements of classical, country western, gypsy and jazz idioms forming a blend all its own. The members — Nicolas (Nick) Kendall, violin; Charles Yang violin; and Ranaan Meyer, double bass — carry a passion for improvisation, composing and arranging, all prime elements of the ensemble’s playing. To date, the group has performed hundreds of engagements as diverse as its music: from featured guest soloists on the Philadelphia Orchestra’s subscription series to Club Yoshi’s in San Francisco to residencies at the Kennedy Center to Christoph Eschenbach’s birthday concert at the Schleswig-Holstein Festival in Germany. Recent highlights included their Carnegie Hall debut, appearances with the Boston Pops, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, a sell-out concert at the 2014 BBC Proms, and an appearance on the ABC prime time hit show “Dancing with the Stars.” Tf3’s high-energy performances are free of conventional practices, drawing instead from the members’ differing musical backgrounds. The trio also performs its own arrangements of traditional repertoire and Ranaan Meyer provides original compositions to complement the trio’s offerings. In 2014 Time for Three released their debut Universal Music Classics album, Time for Three, which spent seven consecutive weeks in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Classical Crossover Chart. The ensemble has also embarked on a major commissioning programs to expand its unique repertoire for symphony orchestras including Concerto 4-3, written by Pulitzer-Prize winning composer Jennifer Higdon, Travels in Time for Three by Chris Brubeck in 2010, co-commissioned by the Boston Pops, the Youngstown Symphony, and eight other orchestras, and Games and Challenges by William Bolcom, commissioned by the Indianapolis Symphony. Their latest project, a three-year residency with the Sun Valley Summer Symphony, includes commissions for three new works. Time for Three premiered the first of these works, Elevation: Paradise, in Sun Valley in August, 2015 and the second, Free Souls, in July, 2016. On March 25, 2016 PBS premiered the Emmy-winning show “Time for Three in Concert” nationwide. “Time for Three in Concert” is an hour-long program in collaboration with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Universal Music Classics and WFYI Public Media, that brings together diverse artists and unique arrangements to create a one-of-a-kind concert experience. To date, the group has performed hundreds of engagements, from sell-out concerts at the 2014 BBC Proms, to Christoph Eschenbach’s birthday concert to residencies at the Kennedy Center and Sun Valley Summer Symphony to name a few. TV performances include appearing on ABC’s ‘Dancing with The Stars’, and an Emmy-winning show “Time for Three in Concert” premiered by PBS. The ensemble are currently travelling throughout Europe as a highlight act of the 2016 NOTP (Night of The Proms) tour. Vocals, Violin / Nicolas (Nick) Kendall Vocals, Violin / Charles Yang Vocals, Double Bass / Ranaan Meyer
Monday Sep 25 @ 9:10 PM
Coyly vs Tragically Hip
The Tragically Hip Nashville Men's Ice Hockey Team – We wear blue