Calling ALL Super Pets!!! SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, January 27th. Please join Nashville Humane Association at Hutton Hotel for the 8th Anniversary of UNLEASHED Dinner With Your Dog!
Presented By Pedigree US.
The 8th Annual Unleashed Dinner with your Dog, benefiting Nashville Humane Association, with Today In Nashville Hosts Kelly Sutton & Carole Sullivan and 2018 Chair, Marcia Masulla will feature cocktails, dinner, a live and silent auction, plus a night of amazing fun with your super-pet. The highlight of the event is the pet runway show, modeled by Nashville Humane Association dogs of all shapes and sizes, each available for adoption.
***TICKETS ON SALE NOW: http://nashvillehumane.org/unleashed/
Funds raised by this annual event go directly to support the care of more than 4,000 dogs and cats that come through NHA's doors each year - in need of a forever home. This event would not be possible if it were not for the generosity of our sponsors. As always – We THANK YOU for supporting Nashville Humane Association!
Calling ALL Super Pets!!! SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, January 27th. Please join Nashville Humane Association at Hutton Hotel for the 8th Anniversary of UNLEASHED Dinner With Your Dog!
The Heart Ball is a premier, black-tie event benefiting the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. The event offers hundreds of guests a celebration complete with fine food, elegant ambiance and lively entertainment.
As a result of the funding made available by the Heart Ball, more parents watched their children graduate from high school, more grandparents have been able to spoil their grandchildren and fewer children have lost their lives to congenital heart defects. This year, we have our sights set higher in our ambitious fight to change the course of a disease that affects everyone – men, women and children.
Get your tickets today!
Come by and learn more about the American Cancer Society Associate Board of Ambassadors!
Join our current members for a casual evening with food and drinks, information about the American Cancer Socierty Mission, and the role of our ABOA in helping further that mission.
If you are looking for a place to get involved, network with like minded individuals, and make a difference in your community this is the right place for you!
Practice your pitch, build your book of business, and network to find opportunities. Bi-monthly you will engage in this structured networking session to develop your career and exceed your production goals. The meeting will be geared around passing referrals, but don't let that discourage your attendance if you are not in a sales role. Publicly presenting what you are looking for to a highly connected network will open up doors for you.
Enjoy champagne and an intimate string quartet performance on the Schermerhorn stage, along with a guided tour of the building. Open to all Crescendo Club members, as well as all attendees of the 2017 Symphony Ball Late Party. Free admission, RSVP required.
Gumshoes unite! We're putting old school detective methods up against new school spy tactics to explore some crime solving science at this adults-only night at the Science Center. Stay tuned for more information about all the exciting activities, demonstrations and other fun planned for the event!
Tickets are $35 for not-yet-members and $25 for members and include admission to all exhibits and activities, three beverage tickets, a planetarium show and a souvenir cup.
Way Late Play Dates typically sell out before the event, so don’t procrastinate!
Activities (included with admission): TBA!
Must be 21 or older to attend. Valid photo ID required at the door. Please purchase tickets in advance. Tickets are non-refundable. All proceeds support Adventure Science Center’s interactive exhibits and hands-on science experiences.
Presenting Beverage Sponsor: BountyBev
Printing Sponsor: Minuteman Press - Nashville
Entertainment Partner: Hypericon
Information subject to change.
Volunteer Opportunity: Lend a helping hand at this concert for children with autism and other disabilities that cause sensory sensitivities. To sign up, email Ashlinn Snyder. A brief training session on sensory-friendly accommodations will be provided.
Join the Nashville Junior Chamber for our winter fundraiser, Sips & Kicks.
While dress is cocktail, we encourage anyone to add a little Nashville flair with their favorite cowboy boots! This posh event will be held at Bound'ry, one of Nashville's premier venues in the heart of midtown.
With an open bar, hors d'oeuvres, and music, this event will be the highlight of the winter season. In addition, attendees will be able to bid on our premier silent auction items, all donated by Nashville companies and artists.
This event benefits The Little Pantry That Could. The Little Pantry that Could helps all their neighbors in need through outreach programs including their food pantry.
Open Hearts is an event where service-focused young professionals can learn ways to get more involved in their community through supporting the Martha O’Bryan Center. This fun, laid-back, and complimentary evening will tell the story of Martha O’Bryan Center and the impact they make in Nashville.
Learn what the Martha O’Bryan Center is doing to provide opportunities for education and career advancement to Nashville’s most vulnerable families by joining family, community, and schools in their programs. You will see first hand how this is being done, and you will hear from the program directors of four of the Martha O'Bryan Center's programs.
Each of the four highlighted programs will have a station and display set up for you to visit and learn more about in a casual chat. As you visit each program’s station, you will be able to network with other young professionals, sample local food, and sip wine or a local brew. We will also have some raffle prizes to give away which usually consist of show and sports tickets!
We do ask that you register so we know how many people to plan for. Registration will open soon.
It is a complimentary event. Just bring your friends and an Open Heart. And if you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Conductor Brent Havens and the Nashville Symphony with a rock band will be performing all of your favorite Journey tunes including: Don't Stop Believin', Any Way You Want It, Who's is Crying Now, Lights, Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin', and more.
Every child should grow up protected from child sexual abuse. This two-hour training teaches adults how to prevent abuse, how to recognize the signs of abuse, and how to react responsibly when they suspect it or know about it.
The Nashville Child Protection Coalition offers this excellent training free of charge to the public.
Training will be held in the Turner Commons, Room A, at the Youth Opportunity Center, 1704 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, 37203. If you are planning to attend please contact Cary Rayson (firstname.lastname@example.org ) to reserve a seat(s). The training is free. We ask that attendees arrive at 9:45 to get in and settled in the training space for a 10am start.
Saturday, March 3, 2018
8 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
1 Symphony Place
Nashville, TN 37201
A gala performance presenting Nashville Ballet and the music of Johnny Cash
performed by John Carter Cash, Ana Christina Cash, special guests and Nashville Ballet dancers with original choreography by Nashville Ballet Company Dancer Christopher Stuart
Hosted by Late Party Co-Chairs:
Leigh and Brewer Adams
Rachel and JJ Ailor
Rachel and Justin Albright
Grace and Bradley French
Each year, more than 250 of Nashville’s young movers and shakers gather at the Ballet Ball Late Party to celebrate dance and support Nashville Ballet. The “it” party of the season (winner, “Best Charity Event,” Nashville Scene 2016) invites you to enjoy a chic evening of cocktails and light bites, followed by the much-anticipated gala performance and dancing.
Attire: Black Tie
Early Bird Discount through December 31: $150 per person
Starting January 1: $175 per person
SAVE. THE. DATE.
We’re turning the volume up on our third annual MAD Bash fundraiser, presented by Lexus of Cool Springs and Lexus of Nashville, to take you on an incredible journey through sound! Come get to know the Science Center better while exploring the exhibits your family knows and loves at this upscale, adults-only event.
Stay tuned for more information!
Attire: Snappy Casual
> $100 - Mechanical
> $175 – Chemical (includes access to Patrons’ Party)
> $500 – Nuclear (includes access to Patrons’ Party & recognition at event)
All ticket levels include access to all exhibits and experiences at MAD Bash 2018, incredible food and drinks, and an immersive planetarium show – or two! Visit our website for more details on the NEW Patrons’ Party to enjoy some family fun on the big day.
MAD Bash is the major fundraising event of the Adventure Science Center. Ticket proceeds directly support the Science Center’s innovative educational programs.
2018 MAD Bash Committee
Co-Chairs: Rankin McGugin & Sarah Perry
Louise Alexander, Constance Baker, Blythe Browne, Julie Burkhalter, Courtney Childress, Kate Chinn, Rose Cook, Amy Crosby, Brittany Davidson, Julie Dretler, Sharon Hale, Carlisle Hamling, Jen Lacey, Callen Martin, Karen Mathews, Kelly Mayes, Ashley McAdams, Vance McGuigan, Hannah Ozburn, Liz Palmer, Blaire Parkes, Amy Pass, Alice Rolli, Polly Ryerson, Michelle Scobey, Carden Simcox, Mackenzie Skeen, Julia Spickard, Whitney St. Pierre, Jenny Steele, Amanda Tolbert, Heather Traylor, Lauren Weaver, Meg White, Susan Neal Williams
Presenting Sponsors: Lexus of Cool Springs & Lexus of Nashville
Alfred Williams & Company, Bradley, Caterpillar Financial Services Corp., Curb Music, FirstBank, HCA/TriStar, Premier Entertainment, Regent Development, LLC, Regions
Barge Waggoner Summer & Cannon, Cherry Bekaert, EY, Haloroc Holdings, Hand Family, Iroquois Capital Group, Parent Company, Pinnacle Financial, Reliant Bank, The Crichton Group
Tickets are non-refundable.
Enjoy snacks and drinks, and mix with other members in Founders Hall before this unique symphonic mashup concert, with a possible guest appearance by the concert's creator and conductor Steve Hackman. Free admission with concert ticket purchase.
Volunteer Opportunity: Help children explore different ways to make music at the Instrument Petting Zoo prior to this Pied Piper Children's Series concert! Then grab a mimosa at a reception with other members before the performance begins.
At this fun, family-friendly concert, the Nashville Symphony performs selections from the classic Saturday-morning cartoon. Purchase tickets for you and your family, and meet with other Crescendo Club members for mimosas and mingling before the performance! Free admission with concert ticket purchase.
Join us as we toast to a great spring with Crescendo Club! We’ll meet at a member’s home for a private performance with Symphony musicians, as well as drinks and mingling with other members. Limited to 40 guests. Free, RSVP required.
Enjoy mingling with other Crescendo Club members and Governing Members in the Schermerhorn's Founders Hall. Complimentary drinks and Elvis-themed refreshments will be provided. Reception begins one hour before the concert and continues through intermission. Free admission with concert ticket purchase.
Get your tickets today!
Nashville Symphony Crescendo Club - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Mixer & Volunteer Opportunity
Meet in the East Lobby to mingle with other members and enjoy the Symphony’s pre-concert activities, including a photo booth, prize giveaways for best costumes, and more. Free admission with concert ticket purchase. Volunteers will also be needed to help staff the photo booth and spread the word about Crescendo Club. Please RSVP for volunteer opportunity to email@example.com.
This after-hours, community-building event has always been a huge success, and it’s back by popular demand! As the largest gathering of young professionals in Nashville, YP Nashville Connect will help you get plugged into Nashville’s expansive young professional community.
Display booths will be staffed by members of young professional organizations that have partnered with YP Nashville, so you can learn about the benefits and offerings of each organization. YP Nashville Connect is the best opportunity to find where you can make a difference!
When you combine hundreds of young professionals, door prizes and food provided by Chamber-member food sponsors, you’re guaranteed to have a great night! Make sure to bring plenty of business cards for the contacts you will make here.
The W.O. Smith Junior Advisory Board & The Phoenix Club of Nashville are excited to present Nashville’s premiere 2017 New Year’s Eve party. Back by popular demand, the Fire Ball promises to Light Up the New Year while raising money and awareness for W.O. Smith Music School. Last year, The Fire Ball not only old out weeks prior to the event, but also hosted more than 700 guests and raised over $100,000 for W.O. Smith Music School. This year’s event will be bigger and better!
When: 12/31/17 9:00pm to 1/1/18 2:00am
Where: W.O. Smith Music School (1125 8th Ave S)
**ALL INCLUSIVE EVENT – BLACK TIE OPTIONAL**
Ticket price includes:
- Multiple Open Bars serving Endless Bubbles, Craft Beer, Top Shelf Cocktails & Plenty of FIREBALL
- Live band inside & DJ outside under the tent
- Hors d'oeuvres provided by Fresh Hospitality (Taziki's, et. al.)
- Breakfast Buffet at midnight provided by The Party Fowl
- Photo Booth to capture your evening
What could be more fun than pizza, ugly Christmas sweaters, and Home Alone? Adding a live symphony orchestra, of course! Come to one of the most fun and festive holiday performances in Nashville, complete with a pre-concert pizza party and ugly sweater contest! Families welcome and prizes awarded for the best sweaters.
Free admission with concert ticket.
RSVP Required: email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Founder's Hall
YPG is thrilled to have Tom Ingram join us for a professional development event.
Tom Ingram returned to The Ingram Group – the firm he founded in 1983 – after serving seven years as Chief of Staff to U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander and Staff Director of the Senate Republican Conference. While in the Senate, Ingram also founded the Senate Bipartisan Chiefs of Staff organization that survives to this day with more than 60 of the Senate’s 100 chiefs of staff participating on a regular basis. In March 2010, under Ingram’s leadership, The Ingram Group opened the Group's Washington office. Tom was a reporter for the Nashville Tennessean and the former Nashville Banner and has been at the epicenter of politics and government – in Tennessee and Washington – for more than three decades. In addition to being a part of all of Alexander’s campaigns and serving as Governor Alexander’s deputy and chief of staff, Ingram also oversaw winning political campaigns for Senator Fred Thompson, Governor Don Sundquist, Senator Bob Corker, and Governor Bill Haslam.
Adventure Science Center's Science Enthusiasts - 9th Annual Science of Beer: Around the World in 80 Brews
Hop in your hot air balloon and get ready to go Around the World in 80 Brews at Adventure Science Center's 9th annual Science of Beer (21+)!
The Science of Beer is an annual festival that unites beer-lovers and science enthusiasts. By no means is this an ordinary beer festival… in addition to sampling beer, guests have access to the entire Science Center, including exciting hands-on science demonstrations, beer-inspired jeopardy in the Sudekum Planetarium, and incredible interactive exhibits only the Science Center has to offer.
Local partners will also engage guests with demonstrations and discussions about home brewing, cooking with beer, and distilling spirits.
Tickets cost $50 for ASC members, $60 for not-yet-members and include:
> Unlimited sampling of 80 craft beers (local, national, and international brands)
> NEW – sample internationally and beer-inspired spirits from Corsair Distillery
> EXCLUSIVE – sample Turtle Anarchy’s signature Science of Beer small batch brew (only available at the event)
> Souvenir pint glass
> Souvenir coaster
> Access to exhibits (including the new Virtual Reality studio), planetarium, and hands-on demonstrations at the Science Center
Food is sold at an additional cost.
Sponsored by Lipman Brothers.
Brewery Partner: Turtle Anarchy Brewing Company
Spirits Partner: Corsair Artisan Distillery
Pint Glass & Printing Sponsor: Minuteman Press - Nashville
21+. Valid photo ID required at the door. Tickets are non-refundable. All proceeds support Adventure Science Center’s interactive exhibits and hands-on science experiences.
***Leadership Health Care Members Only. ***
When: Thursday, December 7, 2017, 5:00 PM
Where: 21c Museum Hotel Nashville
221 2nd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
Come rock around the tree at the Young Professionals Holiday Party! We will be at Mill Creek Brewery from 5 - 7 p.m. Have some drinks, network with likeminded young professionals, and play some mini golf thanks to Holes-2-Go. The event will run from 5 - 7 p.m on Thursday, November 30.
This fun event is a 6v6 Coed flag football tournament with 4 males & 2 females per team on the field. Each team is guaranteed 2 games in this double elimination style tournament. All players must be 21 years of age or older. Cost is $30 per player.
In the name of fun we will be giving away a sponsor prize package to the winning team valued at $300!
After party location will be announced soon and includes complimentary Bud Light & Chili.
Brian C. Adams
Co-Founder & Managing Partner
Mr. Adams is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Priam Capital, providing leadership and direction for the firm in connection with capital markets, investment management, and investor relations. Mr. Adams started his career in private equity real estate as a member of his family’s Board, where he spent considerable time working with institutional funds in structuring and dispositions across asset classes.
He has been an active member of the Institute of Private Investors / Campden for five years, and recently joined the Board of Next Gen Advisory Faculty, a program designed to support next generation family members in preparing the following generation for the responsibility of being a steward of the family wealth.
Mr. Adams is the Regional Chair for the Southeast for the Institute of Private Investors, is on the Advisory Committee for the Southeastern Family Office Forum and is on the Board of Directors for the Nashville Dolphins.
He is a former practicing attorney, earning his J.D. from Suffolk University and his B.A. from Wesleyan University with Honors.
Nashville Symphony Crescendo Club and the Nashville Whiskey Society Present
Bourbon & Brass: An Exclusive Musical Whiskey Tasting
Thursday, November 16th | 6 pm to 8 pm
Schermerhorn Symphony Center | Balcony Lobby
Enjoy a curated whiskey pairing event, with brass players from the Nashville Symphony carefully programming around different notes in the whiskey.
Hors d'oeuvres provided, beer and wine for purchase.
Tickets are free to members of the Whiskey Society and Crescendo Club, and guests are $45 per ticket. All are welcome, 21+
Tickets available at NashvilleSymphony.org/BourbonBrass or by calling 615.687.6400. Members must reserve their complimentary tickets. Tickets will be scanned at the door to the event.
Conexion Next is excited to announce our November Mixer Speaker, Aaron Dorn.
Aaron Dorn is a former Avenue Bank executive and graduate of Vanderbilt's Owen Graduate School of Business who is preparing to get back into the banking game with a venture that has already secured $3.5 million in initial investment.
Dorn helped launch Avenue Bank, which was sold to Pinnacle Financial last year, and has now opened a new financial services firm, SFH Pursuit Co.
Aaron is also a military veteran, a distinguished young professional who has won a Nashville Emerging Leader Award, and a member of Conexión Américas Board of Directors. Join us as Aaron discusses his current endeavor and his strategies for work/life balance.
Conexion Next is Nashville's newest emerging leader network that dedicates its work to promote the vision and mission of Conexión Américas, a non-profit that is building a welcoming community and creating opportunities where Latino families can belong, contribute and succeed.
Members will also get to meet some of Nashville's most recognizable leaders and mingle with like-minded professionals and aspiring leaders.
Your ticket includes appetizers and two drink tickets.
A brief, low-key informational session that takes place every other month. At each “Tea”, we share an overview of TND, a client shares her testimony, and we'll take you on a tour of the facility.
Anyone who is interested in learning more about The Next Door
To show current and prospective donors, volunteers, churches, and corporate partners our facility and to give them a chance to experience first hand the work that is being done at The Next Door.
STARS is proud to announce our third annual Meet a Mentor powered by the Pink Bride event, hosted by the organization’s Associate Board Committee! We’re putting Nashville’s most successful leaders and its brightest young minds in the same room for an evening of connection and philanthropy.
The event will be held on November 15, 2017 at Studio 615 and will go from 6pm to 8pm.
Attending Mentors will include leaders in the following industries: Music, Healthcare, Marketing, Education, Design, Politics, Sports, Real Estate, Business Leadership, Restaurant & Tourism and Non-profits.
Leadership Health Care - LHC Fundamentals: “Charlie Martin’s Perspective – Past, Present and Future of Nashville Health Care”
November 14, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
November 14, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
Montgomery Bell Academy, 4001 Harding Road, Nashville, TN 37205
On November 10th and 11th, Nashville Sports Leagues and Rhizome Productions will be hosting the 3rd Annual BrewBQ Festival. Professional teams will be competing in four different meat categories: chicken, ribs, pork, & brisket. Amateurs will be competing in the following categories: chicken, ribs, & pork.
This KCBS sanctioned event will also include samplings of locally renowned Nashville BBQ, thirst quenching beers, tastings spirits from Coopers' Craft, live music and so much more!
This year the professional prize pool will be $5,000 and the Backyard Competitor prize pool will be $2,000. Get signed up today as a team or just come out and try delicious BBQ!
We invite you to join us for the next session of YP Nashville's Leadership Series as we welcome our keynote speaker, Rob Touchstone, Co-founder and Chief Mission Officer of The Well. Touchstone was named Nashville’s Business Innovator of the Year in 2016, and he is the creator and Director of Lipscomb University’s Center for Business as Mission where he teaches and mentors students to think missionally about business and entrepreneurship.
This half-day session is centered around the topic of "Social Entrepreneurship."
Registration is $45 and includes keynote presentation, parking, breakfast and beverages.
Taste of Nashville is an annual celebration of restaurants, bars, brewers, distillers, dessert-makers, and other fine food and beverage creators that make Nashville a premiere culinary destination. This is the longest running food festival in Nashville and is hosted by The Phoenix Club of Nashville. Taste of Nashville benefits our growing list of partners that include Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee , Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, W.O. Smith Music School, Barefoot Republic Camp and other non-profit partners.
To date, Taste of Nashville has raised more than $500,000 for local charities. So come out, eat, drink, and help us support Nashville’s youth!
***LHC MEMBERS ONLY***
When: Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 7:30 AM
Where: Ronald McDonald House - Nashville
2144 Fairfax Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Looking for a simple way to give back? Join us October 21 from 9 - 11 a.m. at Habitat ReStore to help families build strength, stability and self-reliance. Habitat for Humanity's ReStore Facilities are home improvement stores that offer new and gently used appliances, furniture, building materials and more at a fraction of retail cost. All proceeds benefit Nashville homes and contribute to Habitat's vision where everyone has a decent place to live. Enjoy a Saturday morning giving back to our local community with this October Hands-On event!
This is a FREE event. RSVP today by visiting the Facebook event and clicking "Get Tickets" to let us know you can help!
$50 Individual Tix
$250 VIP 4-pack
On Thursday, October 19 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM Girls on the Run of Middle Tennessee will host our premier fundraising event, the Sneaker Soiree, taking place at Rocketown in the heart of downtown Nashville. Guests will enjoy live music from The Cat Beach Band and Desi Rock, dancing, games, delicious eats and drinks, a silent auction, a sneaker fashion show and most importantly, the opportunity to impact the lives of hundreds of girls in Middle Tennessee.
Get tickets or bid on silent auction items here: https://bidr.co/events/gotrsomuchfun
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
5 - 7 p.m.
Ballet is demystified in this behind-the-scenes look
3630 Redmon Street
Nashville, TN 37209
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is proud to bring back Wine & Swine; one of Nashville’s favorite tasting events on Thursday, October 12, 2017. The evening will take place at City Winery and will feature a pork-based tasting competition, as well as creative food tastings from Nashville’s finest dining establishments. Guests will also enjoy samples of wine and beer from the hottest labels and breweries. Votes will be cast for their favorite “swine” of the night and the winning restaurant will take home the title of “Best of Wine & Swine 2017”.
The night promises a gathering of food, wine & beer enthusiast from around Nashville. There will be live music as well as a VIP experience for individuals looking for an exclusive option. We invite you to join us for all the fun and excitement Wine & Swine 2017 has to offer all while raising funds to help find a cure for cystic fibrosis.
Come have fun networking and visiting with friends new and old in one of the best new spaces in The Gulch! At the same time, hear about a great new initiative where you can be a part of our new "Sponsor-A-Child" opportunity.
Drinks and light refreshments will be served.
RSVP to Courtney by October 6th at Courtney.Watson@nashvillechildrensalliance.org
YLC's Fall Leadership Luncheon, now in its 22nd year, will be on Thursday, October 12, at the Music City Center with one of the most successful and respected coaches in the country, Rick Byrd, Men's Head Basketball Coach for the Belmont Bruins. The presentation will be moderated by George Plaster, Nashville radio mainstay for nearly three decades and current associate athletic director for marketing at Belmont University.
The 2017 Young Leader of the Year Award will also be presented, with nominations currently being accepted through September 21. The annual Fall Leadership Luncheon regularly attracts more than 400 YLC alumni and community and business leaders to network and to hear about important issues affecting the nonprofit community.