‘Street Theatre Company is a professional non-profit arts organization dedicated to pioneering innovative modern musical theatre in Nashville. Their aim is to engage the audience with universal stories that speak to the human experience and challenge conversation, to support local artists, to provide arts education to children of all ages, and to foster a new generation of theatre arts participants and supporters.’
Join them for their next performance and pay what you can! #SupportLocal
‘Youth Empowerment through Arts & Humanities, Inc. (YEAH!) builds a creative connected community by providing experiences in the arts for young people. YEAH! believes that artistic education, collaboration, expression, and performance empower youth to become creative, productive and confident members of our community.’
Community volunteers working together serving 3 zip codes on the East side. East C.A.N. seeks to educate the public on issues of animal welfare and responsible pet ownership. Check out their website for helpful resources and to see available pets for foster and or adoption.
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: