The Premier International Women’s Day Event in Nashville, Tennessee Happening Friday, March 08, 2019 at The Parthenon in Centennial Park at 5:30 pm Come celebrate people of all shapes, sizes, colors, and creeds with us at the 2019 International Women’s Day Nashville! International Women’s Day is a day for us to come together in joy and sisterhood. Food, music, vendors …
We Need You
To make Nashville's International Women's Day a Success
When we all come together, when we all work together, when everything is in balance, the world is a better place.
Recently, women have mobilized, looking to create that balance in the world around them, for their children, for your children, and for the future.
A sisterhood of strength, positivity, acceptance, and love, reaching out across aisles, borders, and walls, working to raise us all up and build better.
We want to support this movement, promote its goals, and celebrate its accomplishments… the achievements of every woman, every girl, every shade in the beautiful rainbow of life.
This is what International Women’s Day is about, and why we want to make sure that not a year goes by that Nashville does not celebrate it and all of its amazing communities.
This is where you come in! We need your help! We are raising funds and looking for local businesses to provide services for the 2019 event, slated for March 8th.
If you can make a monetary donation, volunteer your time, or have a business that is able to provide event services, We need YOU!
Hop on to our website or GoFundMe page or contact us directly and let us know how you can help. If you can’t help directly, share this information far and wide!
And Thank You! Now go get your event tickets! We are planning an amazing event and tickets are free, but they are required!
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We recently visited the shiny, new Tennessee State Museum in Germantown and found all sorts of goodies highlighting Women’s contributions to the state. Check out some of our pics and then get over to the Museum!
Under the watchful eyes of Carrie Chapman Catt, Anne Dallas Dudley, Abby Crawford Milton, Juno Frankie Pierce, and Sue Shelton White, the pioneering Suffragists and Women’s Rights leaders represented by Alan LeQuire’s beautiful monument, and at the feet of the Greek Goddesses Athena and Nike, a host of performers and speakers will come together, on Friday, March 8th, 2019, to …