Peace from imglop.comThere will be lots going on Wednesday, July 15, for our folk in Music City. Get involved and help turn Tennessee purple. A recommendation: Always contact the organizer in advance to ensure plans have not changed.

  • At 5 pm, West End United Methodist Church offers “A Place at the Table,” its weekly community dinner and movie/lecture series, catered by Martha Stamps. Dinner cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children. The farm table opens at 5 pm, dinner is served at 6 pm, and the film is slated to begin at 6:45 pm. Get details and reserve your spot by calling the church at 615-321-8500 before 11:30 am Wednesday. West End United Methodist Church is at 2200 West End Ave., Nashville 37203.  Entrance is on 23rd Avenue.
  • Speak your piece, be it poetry, prose, manifestos or political rants: Arts group NashVelocity  presents A Night of Free Speech, an uncensored open mike event hosted by Honest Lewis from 6-9 pm Wednesday. Speaking slots of 5-7 minutes long are scheduled on a first come, first read basis. Early sign-in begins at 5:30 pm. NashVelocityHQ is at 1205 N. 8th St., near Cleveland Community Center. Street parking is available; carpooling is encouraged.
  • Nashville Peace and Justice Center, a community based coalition of organizations and individuals working to promote equity and to create a peaceful, just, and sustainable society through reflection, education, and nonviolent action, holds a board meeting to discuss the pacifist group’s policies Wednesday, July 15. Per the NJPC Facebook events calendar, the gathering takes place at 6:30 pm in the basement of  the Friends Meeting House, 530 26th Ave. N., in Nashville. Go, and talk about peace with people of peace. For info, call 615-321-2266.



Add Your Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.