Attend our “In Conversation” events series. We offer concerts, lectures, creative panels, readings and workshops at no or minimal charge to encourage you to take a chance and experience something new, hear a differing viewpoint, listen to new music, all while visiting our gorgeous campus and community center. Afterwards, get the chance to talk with the writers, authors, speakers, musician, presenters to gain a deeper understanding of their work. Although the events are free/small donation, we ask that you RSVP to help us coordinate seating. Contact Michael | 615-354-1665 for more information.
Winter/ Spring 2018
In Conversation with Transit for Nashville
Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 7:00 pm | MEMBERS FREE
Join us for an evening with local Council Members and representatives from Transit for Nashville to discuss nMotion, the $5.4 billion proposed transportation plan for Nashville. What does it mean for congestion, commuting, going car-less, economic development and growth along transit corridors. Educate yourself and develop a position in advance of the upcoming transit referendum on May. Free babysitting.
In Conversation with Emi Kanahuati
Thursday, March 15, 2018 | 7:00 pm | MEMBERS FREE
Many adult issues have their roots in childhood development. Emi begins to explore methods and techniques for positive parenting and the tools we need to engage our children in healthy dialogue about concepts of dignity, independence, and what’s appropriate and what’s not. She also provides a forum for adults to discuss growing awareness of sexual harassment and assault. Free babysitting.
In Conversation with Cumberland River Compact
Thursday, May 10, 2018 | 7:00 pm | MEMBERS FREE
C-Change & Jewish Action. Non-partisan, unbiased, scientific dialogue about the risks and opportunities associated with climate change and how it affects you plus a Jewish call to action. Hold the date. More details to follow. Free babysitting.
Remembering the Refuseniks: Helping Jews Behind the Iron Curtain
In Conversation with Alan Graber, Irma Kaplan, Mark Kaplan & Moderated by Shaul Kelner, Assistant Professor Sociology and Jewish Studies, Vanderbilt University Thursday, December 14, 2017 | 7 pm
Butcher & Bee: Setting Nashville’s Restaurant Scene a-buzz!
In Conversation with Michael Shemtov, Restaurateur, Butcher & Bee | Monday, November 13, 2017 | 7 pm
Part of the Plan: From TPAC to Broadway!
In Conversation with Karen Harris, Kate Atkinson & Kathleen O’Brien, Producers | Tuesday, August 29, 2017 | 7 pm