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 1120 Bowling Green Rd. , Russellville, KY, US, 42276

  • Phone: (270) 725-9771
  • Fax: (270) 725-9772
4.2 out of 5 (21 reviews)
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Oddly Puddle Is From Inner Space
Phoenix - Public Theatre of KentuckyMarch 02, 2015 7:00 PM
545 Morris Alley
Bowling Green, KY 42101
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Marathon Music Works + Exit/in Gift Certificates
Marathon Music WorksMarch 02, 2015 10:00 PM
1402 Clinton Street
Nashville, TN 37203
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Improv 101 - Introduction To Scenework (Mondays)
Downtown Presbyterian ChurchMarch 02, 2015 6:30 PM
154 5th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37219
Improv 101: Introduction to Scenework Starts Mondays, March 2nd-April 6th, 2015 Monday, March 2nd - 6:30-9:00pm Monday, March 9th - 6:30-9:00pm Monday, March 16th - 6:30-9:00pm Monday, March 23rd - 6:30-9:00pm Monday, March 30th - 6:30-9:00pm Monday, April 6th - 6:30-9:00pm Alchemy Comedy Theater is committed to teaching the art of improv comedy throughout the Greenville area. Whether you are interested in performing and joining our company, or simply working on communication and collaboration in the real world, these comedy classes are for you. The school manager Harrison Brookie is a trained educator who has spent several years teaching public high school. He was also a resident instructor at the DSI Comedy Theater in NC, which has heavily inspired our style and curriculum. Each class runs once a week, for six weeks from 6:30-9:00pm. There is no comedy or theater experience necessary and all students get free admission while they are enrolled in a class. Click on the course you would like to take to purchase online or you can call (864) 256-1467. ***To register by phone or use a gift certificate call864-256-1467***
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Mccy's 2015 Legislative Update
Nashville Public LibraryMarch 02, 2015 12:30 PM
615 Church Street
Nashville, TN 37219
Mid-Cumberland Council on Children and Youth's 2015 Legislative Update! Approved by the National Association of Social Workers Tennessee Chapter for 3.0 continuing education units. Learn about proposed bills filed in 2015 that will impact children and youth and the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth's position on these bills. Also, learn basic and advanced public policy advocacy from the experts. Presenters:  Tiffany Mason and Steve Petty Tiffany Mason is currently the Director of Public Policy for the Tennessee Council on Development and Disabilities.  Tiffanys work history includes serving as Governmental Affairs Advisor for Adams & Reese LLP. Prior to that, she worked for Smith Johnson & Carr Government Relations Firm.  She also worked for the Tennessee General Assembly for several years.  She has established herself as an accomplished professional with the highest integrity who is a skilled communicator, strategist and coalition builder.  Tiffany will give a brief overview on how to work with your legislator and share some of her experiences working with different legislators, lobbyists and staff from the administration and previous clients. Steve Petty is the Youth Policy Advocate for the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth. He has been the Legislative Liaison for the Commission since 1999. In addition to legislative activities, he is also staff coordinator for the Youth Transitions Advisory Council, advocating for services for young people aging out of the custody of the Department of Childrens Services. Steve has been employed by the State of Tennessee for over 30 years. Prior to his work at the Commission, Steve served as Admissions Coordinator and Treatment Team Coordinator at Crockett Academy and Cumberland House School, the former Children and Youth Programs of the Middle Tennessee Mental Health Institute. Steve will share information on how the proposed bills before the 2015 Legislature will impact children and families and the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youths position on these bills. Seating is limited, so register today! CEU Certificate available after the event! Driving Directions:  From I-40, exit at Church St. and drive towards downtown. The Main Library is located on Church Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues in downtown Nashville. Parking Information: Free Parking is offered for the first ninety minutes in the Library Garage. Entrances to the garage are on Sixth and Seventh Avenues between Church and Commerce Streets in downtown. Ten 20-minute parking spots are designated in the garage, immediately outside the door to the library. Accessible parking for persons with disabilities is available on the fourth level of the garage near the entrance to the library. Be advised that the height limit for vehicles is 7 feet 2 inches. You may notice a sign that says "Library and Monthly Parkers Only." This sign indicates that while the garage may be full, there are still reserved spaces for library users available. If you fail to find a parking space, you will be able to leave the garage without charge. Here is a map of all of the public parking downtown. Many of the lots are very convenient to the library. The Library Parking Garage is owned by Metro Government. The Downtown Partnership(242-9909) is responsible for upkeep of the garage, including security, cleaning, elevators and escalators. Central Parking (254-1741) is responsible for collecting parking fees and determining when the lot must close when it is full. Main Library Parking Rates: First 90 minutes of parking: FREE with library validation90 minutes - 2 hours: $1.50Each additional half-hour: $1.00Weekdays: $10.00 daily maximumAfter 6pm and Weekends: $5.00 daily maximumIn order to receive parking validation for free and reduced-rate parking, bring your parking ticket to the security desk in the Main Library's entry hallCentral Parking information on this garage
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Tom & Bart
Whiskey Bent SaloonMarch 02, 2015 12:00 PM
306 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37201
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Britt Stokes
Whiskey Bent SaloonMarch 02, 2015 3:00 PM
306 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37201
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