Rocketown has three stages, a cafe, a recording studio, photography, art & dance studios & an indoor skatepark. …whew!
Something is going on every day/night with after school programs and summer camps for youth they keep busy and need volunteers and interns to run special programs and set up and tear down for the various shows in their huge downtown space.
In this interview my guest is Kelly Stewart, the director of Nashville Hiking Meetup, a group of hikers and eco-volunteers dedicated to good health, conservation education, and introducing the community to outdoor spaces. Listen to the interview and check out Nashville Hiking Meetup at:
‘The mission of Project RESET (Reimagining Education Starts with Everyone at the Table) is to elevate the conversation on education as we approach a vital time in Nashville’s history. Led by the Nashville Public Education Foundation (NPEF) , with the support of Nashville’s Agenda and media assistance from The Tennessean, Project RESET will set the table for a larger, communitywide conversation about improving Nashville’s public schools.
The initiative will offer the opportunity for education, civic, faith, business and parent leaders from across Nashville to discuss how we ensure kids achieve at every step, from cradle to career.’
‘In 1954, the Mission opened its doors to provide food, clothing and shelter to homeless men in the Nashville community. In 1968, the Mission expanded to meet the needs of the increasing numbers of homeless women and children in the community. Nashville Rescue Mission is a Christ-centered community dedicated to providing hope for today, tomorrow and eternity to the hungry, homeless and hurting in Middle Tennessee.’
Listen to President and CEO Glenn Cranfield share his story in this weeks episode of Nashville by Nicole.