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 The memorial service that concludes The Hermitage’s Black History Month celebration is a time-honored tradition at The Hermitage. Join others as they celebrate the lives of all those who were forced to endure slavery, both at The Hermitage and throughout the country.

Following music and special remarks in The Hermitage Chapel, participants will be invited to lay 150 flowers upon the memorial outside, with each flower representing a member of The Hermitage’s enslaved community. The program is free to the public but does not include admission to The Hermitage.

The Venue

Since The Hermitage opened as a museum in 1889 nearly 15 million people have crossed its threshold. At the Andrew Jackson Visitor Center, you purchase your tickets and can watch a

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For the first time in many years, the Adventure Science Center will host a fundraiser to support science enrichment programs and the general operational fund of the Science Center. The Scientia Soirée—named for the Latin word for science—is not another black tie event! It will be an energy-filled evening including robots, LED light shows, delicious infused food stations and a surprise or two.

Please consider sponsoring the event, which will help reinforce the Science Center’s mission to ignite curiosity and inspire the lifelong discovery of science. Our young visitors not only discover an interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) on their visits to the Science Center, but many have grown up to become material scientists, electrical,

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Radiant Health Institute hosts its first “Radiant Retreat” all-day workshop on Saturday, February 28, 2015, from 10am-5pm at 429 Event Space at 4522 Granny White Pike, Nashville, Tennessee (37204).  Also, a “Radiant Fair” will take place at the same location at the same time and includes multiple vendor booths. The fair is open to the public and free to attend.

Retreat attendees participate in hour-long classes from some of Nashville's experts in Naam Yoga, Kemetic Yoga, Breathwork, Sacred Circle, Astrology, Intuition, Kemetic Science, Essential Oils and more. Vendors include holistic healers, energy workers, massage therapists, clothing manufacturers, healthy food suppliers, jewelry makers, body products, candles, consciousness organizations,

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Nashville Junior Chamber is proud to present the Third Annual Wine and Dine! Join us for cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, a Live Date Auction featuring Nashville's most eligible singles and a Silent Auction.

The price of admission includes two drink tickets, and proceeds from Wine and Dine will go directly to Special Olympics Tennessee!

During the live auction you will be able to to bid on Nashville's best, brightest and most beautiful ladies and gentlemen. Whether it's Nashville's finest restaurants or most exciting excursions you're after - you're sure to snag a good time with a lovely date.

Please note that capacity is limited for the Horton Group and this event ALWAYS sells out. Be sure to get your tickets now to guarantee admission! The price of

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The Shelby Bottoms Nature Center is currently hosting a fantastic art exhibit, Quilts and Culture: The Art, Tradition and History of Quilt Making. The center piece for the exhibit is the Freedom Quilt created by the children of East Nashville Hope Exchange, a nonprofit organization operating out of St. Ann’s Episcopal Church. East Nashville Hope Exchange works to strengthen literacy skills of at-risk children in East Nashville. Throughout the year, ENHE organizes workshops, events, and projects for these students and their families that support school year learning and help family members support their children in reaching grade-level reading skills.

In 2014, one ENHE summer project was the creation of a Freedom Quilt inspired by the book “Sweet Clara and

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Looking for the perfect honeymoon or a lovers’ getaway? Honeymoons by Allure Quest Travel Experience invites brides-to-be to discover the possible difference great planning makes! This is paradise created for two people in love.

Join them on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 9 a.m-noon at the new Southeast Community Center in Antioch, TN. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Discover what makes Sandals and Beaches the most sought-after all-inclusive destinations in the Caribbean. With white sand beaches, scrumptious dining experiences, opulent accommodations, unlimited beverages and butler service, it's no secret why couples choose Sandals ... and families love with Beaches.

Various other wedding vendors will also be available ... representing photography,

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Season-tickets are on sale now and start as low as $15 per game. Half season-ticket packages start at just $25 per game and 13 Game Flex Plans allow fans to customize their ticket package while enjoying season-ticket holder benefits. Great interest-free payment plans are currently available for all Nashville Predators season-ticket packages.

At six home games this season, all fans in attendance will receive a bobble head. Fans can collect the full Predators player series by attending all six designated games. A full promotional schedule, along with the dates of the bobble head nights, will be available at a later date.

Single game tickets will go on sale in conjunction with the Nashville Predators Open House on July 12. 

The Game

Things don't

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Mississippi native Charlie Worsham co-wrote and co-produced the eleven songs on his debut album, Rubberband, including the singles “Could It Be” and “Want Me Too.” His songs have been recorded by Dierks Bentley and Gary Allan and as an instrumentalist, Worsham has contributed to albums by Bentley and Eric Church. Songwriters perform in an intimate setting and invite questions from the audience.  Performances are every Saturday at 11:30 a.m., and are held in the museum's Ford Theater.

Charlie Worsham

A talented young musician, the Mississippi Senate recognized Worsham in 1999 for his outstanding musical accomplishments, as well as being "a model student who makes straight A's". Worsham attended Grenada High School, and then Berklee College of Music

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Surprise your Valentine with an excursion train ride on a restored classic 1950s era American streamlined stainless steel passenger train on a 168 mile round trip! Enjoy wine tasting right in your car during the trip to the DelMonaco Winery! There will be door prizes given away on the train en route to the winery!

There will be winery tours, live music, more wine tasting and food available at the winery! Order your tickets now before the trip is sold out! Plus, a souvenir DelMonaco Winery wine glass is included for each ticket purchased. Because of the nature of this trip, you must be 21 years old or older to ride the train.

Del Monaco Wine

DelMonaco Winery and Vineyards is a small, family - run business, in the heart of middle Tennessee. David

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East Nashville's, Mr. Bond and the Science Guys are planning their 2nd annual “Science Spectacular” to benefit three worthy East Nashville organizations. One Saturday of each month from February through May, 2015, a free science show will be held at a different venue in East Nashville.

Attendees will be encouraged but not required to make a donation to the charity of the month while being treated to a show full of exciting experiments. Attendees will also have a chance to participate and perform some hands-on experiments themselves.

The monthly science shows will help raise funds for Shelby Park Nature Center, Salvation Army and EastCAN (Caring Action Network).

Mr. Bond and the Science Guys

Mr. Bond, Science Guy (a.k.a. Keith Trehy) has

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