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Community Dinner Night
at Sycamore Baptist Church
Wednesday, March 11
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 7165 Sycamore Creek Road, Woodbury. The menu includes a spaghetti dinner either on a dine-in or carrry-out basis. Cost is a donation only. All proceeds support the new fellowship hall building fund.
Bradyville Neighborhood Watch
Saturday, March 14
The Bradyville Neighborhood Watch will meet Saturday, March 14, 11:00 a.m. at the Bradyville Church of Christ. Everyone is welcome. Our speaker will be Sheriff Darrell Young. Stay and enjoy refreshments and fellowship afterwards.
For further information, call Director Anna Pittman at 765-7571.
Blue Porch Cafe
Saturday, March 14
The Blue Porch Restaurant located at 1424 John Bragg Hwy. will introduce a new feature event "Date Night" which will be held monthly on these dates: March 14, April. 18, June 20, Aug. 29, Sept. 26 and Oct. 31, 2015, date night will not be held in May, July, Nov. or Dec. The date night will include music, adult beverages, appetizers, salad and entrée. Reservations are needed and they are limited to 30, contact The Blue Porch at 615-563-6565.
Bonnaroo Works Applications
Close March 15
The Bonnaroo Works Fund (BWF), the charitable arm of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, is accepting online applications for the 2015 grant cycle beginning today. The Fund gives back to communities that need it the most by awarding funding to arts, education and environmental nonprofits. Those interested should visit http://bonnarooworksfund.org for more information or apply directly online at https://app.wizehive.com/appform/menu/Bonnaroo. The deadline is March 15, 2015, and grants will be announced in May 2015.
"It's that exciting time again," said Nina Miller, BWF executive director. "We encourage qualifying non-profits to share their goals and needs, and we look forward to making a significant impact on those that are the best fit for the Bonnaroo Works Fund." Established in 2009, BWF supports arts, education and environmental nonprofit organizations at the local, regional and national level with an emphasis on local reinvestment. Since the inception of Bonnaroo, more than $7 million has been awarded to worthy causes.
Two dollars from every Bonnaroo ticket supports BWF. The fund is also bolstered by 100 percent of the entry fees from the Bonnaroo 5K Run, the Soundwaves initiative, and proceeds from silent auctions held throughout the year. Bonnaroo supporters also contribute online and volunteer their time for special projects before and after the festival.
Bonnaroo Works Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a component of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (www.cfmt.org), a Tennessee-based community foundation working to bring good people and good causes together by ensuring the excellent stewardship of lasting charitable funds and the wise investment of grants.
Benefit Spaghetti Dinner for Sharon Rauls
Saturday, March 21
A Benefit Spaghetti Dinner will be held for Sharon Rauls on Saturday, March 21 from 4:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the Cannon Community Church, 203 Murfreesboro Road, Woodbury. Tickets are $10.00 each.
Call Rita at 615-542-0396 for more information.
This dinner will help offset some of the medical bills since Sharon became ill in December. Dinner also includes drink and homemade desserts.
Come on out and fellowship with us!
Support group for mothers who have a child
Monday, April 6
Cannon Community Church
First Monday of every month 6:00 P.M. Support group for mothers who have lost a child. The next meeting will be held Monday, April 6 at Cannon Community Church located at 209 Murfreesboro Road in Woodbury. Contact number 615-904-4115.
Country Music Jam Session Pocahontas Community Center
1st and 3rd Fridays
A country music jam sessions is set for the first and third Fridays of each month at the Pocahontas Community Center, 1441 Pocahontas Road, Morrison. Musicians sign up at 5:30 and the music starts at 6pm. Open to the public, spectators and dancers are welcome. Admission is free. For more info call Ray at 615-765-7835 or John 931-588-1229.
March 20 - April 4
Arts Center of Cannon County
Tarzan tells the story of an infant boy shipwrecked off the coast of Africa; the young son of an English couple is taken in and raised by a tribe of gorillas to manhood. The young boy strives for acceptance by his ape father while grappling with his uniqueness. When a human expedition enters their territory, Tarzan - now a man - encounters strangers like himself for the first time. Tarzan features music and lyrics by pop icon Phil Collins including "Two Worlds", "Trashing' the Camp", and the Grammy and Oscar winning song, "You'll Be in My Heart." Tickets are available at the Arts Center.
Tennessee Mafia Jug Band
April 18 at Arts Center of Cannon County
From the pastoral hills, hollers, shopping malls and interstate highways of Goodlettsville Tennessee, home of Bill Monroe, Bashful Brother Oswald, Stringbean, Grandpa Jones, Keith Whitley and some living country music performers, comes the most entertaining "blast from the past" since Lester Moran and the Cadillac Cowboys. They're the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band - five guys and a scrubboard, with roots like wisdom teeth. Tickets are available at the Arts Center.
Ceramic Exhibit and Sale
The Berger Gallery
Arts Center of Cannon County
Susan DeMay and Donna Rizzo present an exhibit and sale of their ceramics in The Berger Gallery at the Arts Center of Cannon County from March 9th through April 30th. Their works not only incorporate the usual idea of pottery as a functional art form, but also the notion that clay works are expressive art works.
The Berger Gallery is located inside The Arts Center of Cannon County and is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission to the exhibit is free.