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GFWC Metro Memphis Woman's Club

Fourth Thursday of every month, 6:30-8 p.m.
Community Resource Center 3475 Central, Memphis Midtown

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Volunteer community service organization for Memphis women. Monthly guest speaker, service project, and other activities. Projects include domestic violence, advocates for children, arts, and more.

"The Way"

Fridays, 6 p.m.


Rev. John Kilzer will host a service of recovery with music as a key component. For more information, visit www.stjohnsmidtown.org. (901) 726-4104

50 Years After Stonewall

Sun., June 30, 1-3 p.m.

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Commemoration of the Stonewall riots, a spontaneous demonstration by the gay community against a police raid in 1969. The events brought national attention to the movement for gay rights. 901-216-2626

Lunar Workshop: New Moon Solar Eclipse

Tue., July 2, 7-9 p.m.
Art Body Soul Studio 1024 South Yates, Memphis East Memphis

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What is happening in your subconscious mind? What are you attracting into your electromagnetic field? Cahdlah guides students through a beautiful yin yoga practice, delving into how it relates to laws of attraction, the subconscious, and the divine feminine energy. 207-4161

Bicentennial History Hikes

Tuesdays, 2 p.m.
Lichterman Nature Center 5992 Quince, Memphis East Memphis

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Meet at the guest services desk in the Visitor Center. 767-7322

Kickin' It With Kameron: From the Funky Chicken to the Stanky Leg

Fri., July 12, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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Kameron Whalum to talk about how Memphis grooves translate to audiences at home and abroad, on stage and off – beginning with the Stax impact. 901-261-6338

Eat to Live Vegan Fest Memphis

Every other day, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
AFSCME Labor Center 485 Beale, Memphis Beale Street

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Festival celebrating, health, wellness, and a plant-based lifestyle, presented by Queen Vegan and Eden Entertainment. 901-502-3481 or 901-453-9352

Opening Reception and Gallery Talk for "Tributaries"

Sun., July 14, 3-5 p.m.
Metal Museum 374 Metal Museum Dr., Memphis Downtown

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Exhibition aby featured artist Monica Coyne. 901-774-6380

Kickin' It With Kameron: Take This for a Sample

Fri., July 19, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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Kameron Whalum explores the authenticity of a homegrown style of music, including how it was created, how often songs have been duplicated, and how current artists imitate what happened at Stax years ago. 901-261-6338

Kickin' It With Kameron: Not Your Grandma's Groove

Fri., July 26, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

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Panel discussion led by Kameron Whalum about the evolution of grooves. What was hip then may not be hip now. No jive. No cap. 901-261-6338

Talk About It Tuesday

Last Tuesday of every month. Continues through Oct. 29


A monthly panel discussion with Q & A designed to bring people from the local community together to inspire discussion about the significant impact of cultural history in movements for economic and social justice. Topics change monthly. (901) 523-2344

Homelessness Here and Now

Tue., Sept. 10, 6 p.m.
Second Baptist Church 4860 Walnut Grove, Memphis East Memphis


This forum will feature Izard and a panel of local experts on Memphis-area homelessness, including Chere Bradshaw, executive director of Memphis and Shelby County Community Alliance for the Homeless; Reverend Lisa Anderson, director of Room in the Inn-Memphis; and Paul A. Young, director of the City of Memphis Division of Housing and Community Development. Dr. Stephen Cook, senior pastor at Second Baptist Church will moderate. (901) 682-3308
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