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For over 20 years, Christmas with the Christ Church Choir has marked the beginning of the Christmas season for Nashville natives as well as many around the country. From Christ Church Choir classics to brand new arrangements, the choir has been working hard to make sure you will love every second of this concert featuring our incredible choir and some of Nashville's finest musicians. We are thrilled that Sandi Patty will be with us this year as our special guest. We know you won't want to miss this unforgettable evening! We are pleased to announce that we have added a Saturday matinée performance to this year's schedule! FAQs: What time do doors open? Doors open at 2:00 pm for the Saturday matinée concert and 6:00 pm for the evening concerts. Are the Saturday and Sunday concert programs the same? Yes. We want every guest to have the same wonderful experience. Where is the church located? Christ Church Nashville is easily accessible from I-24 and I-65: From I-24, take exit 59 for Bell Road, and head west for 4.2 miles. The church will be on your right. From I-65, take exit 74A for Old Hickory Blvd, and head east for 3.5 miles. The church will be on your left. Where should I park? We have many easily-accessible parking lots on the Christ Church campus; however please arrive with plenty of time to park and get to your seats in our sanctuary. Do you have accessible parking and seating? Yes. Accessible parking is located in Parking Lot A, directly in front of the church offices (at the traffic-light entrance). Seats with wheelchair access are located on the lower level of the sanctuary, and elevators are located throughout the church. A section reserved for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals is designated in the front left of the sanctuary, and sign language interpretation will be offered at all concerts. Can I get a refund or exchange? Refunds and exchanges are available. If you have purchased your tickets online through Eventbrite, you must return or exchange on this site. For further questions, contact phil.nitz@ccnash.org. What items are allowed/not allowed in the sanctuary? With the exception of bottled water, we do not allow food or drink in our sanctuary. Do you offer any discounts? We have tried to make the concert available to everyone at a minimum cost; therefore, we do not have any discounts available. Why is there a fee associated with the tickets? The small additional fee covers all credit card processing fees and the online ticketing format (which is equipped with several security features to make it safe and reliable).

Location: Christ Church Nashville 15354 Old Hickory Blvd. Nashville, TN. | Start: 12/1/2018 3:00:00 PM End:
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CodeCrew students are joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code!  This FREE EVENT* is the finale of our exciting year of coding!  This unique ONE HOUR event provides an opportunity for kids to show off their mobile app development skills, while introducing some VERY SPECIAL GUESTS to coding. When: Saturday, December 1, 2018 Where: Benjamin L Hooks Main Library 3030 Poplar Avenue, Memphis TN *There is a $10 deposit taken at signup, which is refunded after the event. 

Location: Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library - Memphis Public Library 3030 Poplar Avenue Memphis, TN. | Start: 12/1/2018 10:00:00 AM End:
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For over 20 years, Christmas with the Christ Church Choir has marked the beginning of the Christmas season for Nashville natives as well as many around the country. From Christ Church Choir classics to brand new arrangements, the choir has been working hard to make sure you will love every second of this concert featuring our incredible choir and some of Nashville's finest musicians. We are thrilled that Sandi Patty will be with us this year as our special guest. We know you won't want to miss this unforgettable evening! We are pleased to announce that we have added a Saturday matinée performance to this year's schedule! FAQs: What time do doors open? Doors open at 2:00 pm for the Saturday matinée concert and 6:00 pm for the evening concerts. Are the Saturday and Sunday concert programs the same? Yes. We want every guest to have the same wonderful experience. Where is the church located? Christ Church Nashville is easily accessible from I-24 and I-65: From I-24, take exit 59 for Bell Road, and head west for 4.2 miles. The church will be on your right. From I-65, take exit 74A for Old Hickory Blvd, and head east for 3.5 miles. The church will be on your left. Where should I park? We have many easily-accessible parking lots on the Christ Church campus; however please arrive with plenty of time to park and get to your seats in our sanctuary. Do you have accessible parking and seating? Yes. Accessible parking is located in Parking Lot A, directly in front of the church offices (at the traffic-light entrance). Seats with wheelchair access are located on the lower level of the sanctuary, and elevators are located throughout the church. A section reserved for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals is designated in the front left of the sanctuary, and sign language interpretation will be offered at all concerts. Can I get a refund or exchange? Refunds and exchanges are available. If you have purchased your tickets online through Eventbrite, you must return or exchange on this site. For further questions, contact phil.nitz@ccnash.org. What items are allowed/not allowed in the sanctuary? With the exception of bottled water, we do not allow food or drink in our sanctuary. Do you offer any discounts? We have tried to make the concert available to everyone at a minimum cost; therefore, we do not have any discounts available. Why is there a fee associated with the tickets? The small additional fee covers all credit card processing fees and the online ticketing format (which is equipped with several security features to make it safe and reliable).

Location: Christ Church Nashville 15354 Old Hickory Blvd. Nashville, TN. | Start: 12/1/2018 7:00:00 PM End:
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Adult Admission - $10 Child Admission (5-12 yrs) - $5 4 and under FREE Admission is per day. Must have ticket present for admission Doors Open at 8:00am Founded in 1974, UCA is the largest provider of cheerleading camps and competitions in the world. UCA hosts over 50 regional events that serve as qualifiers to the National High School Cheerleading Championship and the International All Star Championship at the Walt Disney World® Resort in Orlando, Florida. These Championships are nationally televised on ESPN, ESPN2 and CBS Sports to over 100 million homes and 32 countries nationwide each year. 

Location: Sevierville Convention Center 202 Gists Creek Road Sevierville, TN. | Start: 12/1/2018 8:00:00 AM End:
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Students will learn to program using the Python programming language. No experience is necessary, but active participation is required. Students will learn to build classic games like Hangman, Guess the Number, and Tic-Tac-Toe. The class will be held every Saturday from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM and is free to the public. Register at https://www.techforallmemphis.org/available-classes

Location: Capleville United Methodist 4725 Riverdale Road Memphis, TN. | Start: 12/1/2018 8:30:00 AM End:
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Location: Growlers 1911 Poplar Avenue Memphis, TN. | Start: 11/25/2018 7:00:00 PM End:
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Join us for Christmas Tea at the beautiful Jubilee Hills estate in Lewisburg, TN. Assorted teas, seasonal beverages, and appetizers are on the menu. Makes a great girls outing or gift for a friend!

Location: Jubilee Hills 1560 Cornersville Hwy Lewisburg, TN. | Start: 12/1/2018 2:00:00 PM End:
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Location: UTC McKenzie Arena 615 McCallie Street Chattanooga, TN. | Start: 12/17/2018 7:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Skyhawk Park Pat Head Summit Drive Martin, TN. | Start: 2/15/2019 5:00:00 PM End:
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Buoyed by the smashing success of his recent trio of EPs The Monologue, TheParadox and The Boy Who Cried Freedom Nigerian-born British singer-songwriterJacob Banks releases his eagerly awaited full album debut, Village, November 2 nd onInterscope. The 14-track disc is a sprawling, deeply immersive experience on whichBanks throaty, expressive baritone weaves its way through a mesmerizing mix ofmusical styles and textures.But whether hes riding a hip-hop groove, fiercely updating soul or jamming to neo-blues, the connective tissue throughout the album is Banks profound commitment toexploring human themes through his vibrant and insightful storytelling.Thats how I really see myself a storyteller in songs, he observes. I find so much ofthe time that musicians dont really come across as human because they only celebratea tiny fraction of what they are. With this album, Village, I tried to embrace all that Ivelived through and experienced, and that gave me the mental freedom to let go andexpress everything Im feeling, the good and the bad. And I think when you can pinpointwhats really going on inside you, those themes are universal. Were all striving for thesame things love, acceptance and an understanding of who we are.Banks spent the first 13 years of his life in his native Nigeria, where his exposure tomusic was limited to church hymns and songs from Disney films. It wasnt until hemoved with his family to Birmingham, England, that he was hit full-force by Westernmusic. Right away, I was like a kid in a candy store, he remembers. There was rock,there was hip-hop, soul and pop music. I would make up own CDs of everything I loved.I couldnt get enough of it.While studying civil engineering at Coventry University, Banks began toying with singingand songwriting, accompanying himself on the guitar with the four basic chords heknew. It was all for fun at that point, he says. But then he heard John Mayers albumContinuum, which changed everything. Theres a song on it called Slow Dancing in aBurning Room, and I was mesmerized by it, he notes. I thought, It would be incredibleif I could have this feeling forever. So I knew I had to try to express myself the sameway. That song put me on my path to being an artist.While at Coventry, Banks dedicated himself fully to writing, paying local studios 20pounds an hour so he could record his songs for friends who played them in their cars.Their response was so enthusiastic that he summoned the nerve to try his hand at openmic nights at clubs. That was the hardest thing and the best thing I ever did, headmits. Youre struck by this fear, but you have to face it right away. You have to grabpeoples attention and keep it. Very quickly, I learned what songs work, and I learnedhow to be a performer. Because if you dont, youre done get off the stage.Banks career in civil engineering ended after he recorded an EPs worth of songs thatbecame The Monologue, which contained the electrosoul rock-reggae gem Worthy.BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe jumped on the track, dubbing it his Next Hype record, andthe song soon racked up over five million streams on Spotify. From there, everybodycame calling, Banks recalls, who was soon picked by British EmeliSandto supporther 2013 UK tour.After The Monologue, he watched his career soar even higher with 2015s The Paradox,which packed his biggest smash so far, Unknown over 12 million streams andcounting; and his Interscope Records debut from last year, The Boy Who CriedFreedom. Raves and encomiums attended the latter release, with no less than Timemagazine singling out the track Chainsmoking as one of the years best songs. Withthese releases came more touring opportunities, opening for Sam Smith and AliciaKeys. Following knockout appearances at SXSW, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits,Banks embarked on his 2017 Into the Wild global headline tour, playing to packedhouses in the States and Europe. Earlier this year, his debut at Coachella was one ofthe events most talked-about performances, offering fans a generous preview of whatsto come with his ambitious 2018-19 Village tour fall European dates have just beenannounced, with an extensive worldwide trek to follow.All of this time, I was still figuring out record making, Banks explains. I looked at EPsas a safe space. I was making music and putting it out at a comfortable pace, learningmy craft as I went. Having my music accepted so well gave me the confidence to finallysay, OK, now Im ready to make a full statement on a proper album.Village gets off to a righteous, roaring start with the gospel blues Chainsmoking,peppered by Banks stinging guitar licks and volcanic vocals. Although the earlierversion from The Boy Who Cried Freedom had already made waves, it is this newproduction that stands as the definitive recording. The song is so important to me as itcelebrates love, Banks says. Much of love is free, but it can also cost you your time,your attention, your money. Sometimes love can kill you, but in the end, you have toshow up for it, because its the only thing that makes sense.To that end, he makes a bold case for that universal need on the hard-edged, pop-reggae stomper Love Aint Enough. Over a crushing percussive groove and savagepiano blasts, Banks wails, See my love aint enough! with revival-meeting force. Loverequires action, he explains. You have to be willing to fight for it, to go to war for it. Asbeautiful as love is, it cant exist without you making it happen.Earlier this year, Banks teamed with Swedish singer-songwriter Seinabo Sey on herheavenly pop hit Remember, and the two reunite for the first single from Village, BeGood to Me, a striking, hypnotic neo-soul dynamo that buries itself in the thicket ofones senses and doesnt let go.I love singing with Seinabo, says Banks, and it was wonderful to perform with her onthis track because its message is so important. So often in life, were not asking formuch; were asking for the tiniest of things, but they can mean everything. Itseveryones wish: Be nice to me. Be good to me. Its the bare minimum, isnt it? I wisheverybody would just listen to that notion and live their lives that way.On The Paradox, listeners were spellbound by Unknown, a gripping, confessionalballad that traced the remnants of a relationship gone sour. The song and its meaninghaunted Banks, who revisits it on Unknown (To You), fine-tuning its sweepingproduction and turning in a towering vocal performance for the ages. As good as theold version was, I didnt feel like I did it justice, he says. The song has been a friend tome and its kept me company, so I put my best foot forward and captured the energythat I give it on stage. Now its right. I believe this version, and I trust it completely.Village concludes on an elegiac note with the Peace of Mind, a minimalist yet powerfultorch jazz-blues balm for the mind and soul. Letting go of somebody is hard andpainful, but its necessary, Banks observes. I sing, Maybe one day I'll wake up andyou're no longer in my head, and its like a mission statement. Its me saying, Im notgood right now, but one day Ill be fine. Its a song about survival.To navigate the multitude of moods and textures of Village, Banks worked with a host ofthe worlds most talented producers among them are STINT, Paul Epworth, Malayand Yonatan "xSDTRK" Ayal. The reason why I asked different people to produce mysongs is because Im so intrigued by peoples minds, Banks reasons. I have variousstories to tell, and sometimes that requires new approaches to production. I just dontfeel like the magic in the world lives within one person, but thats the great thing aboutmusic: Theres room at the table for everybody.Assessing his own work on his official full-length debut, Banks likens Village to the wayhe started making music back in the day. Ive made my favorite album to listen to withmy friends. I worked with the nicest team of people, and they carried me through thisprocess. From that experience, I now have a body of work that I can share with thepeople I care about, and that includes the rest of the world. Im very proud of thisachievement.

Location: Exit In 2208 Elliston Place Nashville, TN. | Start: 2/15/2019 9:00:00 PM End:
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