Night Out Against Crime, Tues Aug 7th in McFerrin Park

5 Aug

Please join East Nashville neighbors from both sides of Ellington Parkway for a Night Out Against Crime this Tuesday, August 7th from 5pm to 8pm in McFerrin Park.  This is a new location for Night Out Against Crime and has been put together by a number of East Nashvillians from various neighborhoods to our north.  Details below –hope to see you there!


Please make plans to attend the 2012 East Nashville Night Out Against Crime.  This year’s event is being hosted by the McFerrin Park neighborhood group.  Eastwood and Lockeland Springs volunteers are joining with the McFerrin Park group and District 5 Councilman Scott Davis to put on this fun event.  Updates are being posted to the event’s facebook page,  Please “like” us on Facebook to get the latest updates.  And please support the many local businesses who support us!
Sponsors:  Special thanks to the event’s platinum sponsor, the Briley Parkway Home Depot.  Gold-level sponsors include Grand Avenue Limousine, Tennessee Alliance for Progress, Charlie Bob’s Restaurant and Catering, Pride Publishing Group and Bill Colson Auction & Realty Company.

Details are below:

When:  Tuesday, August 7th, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Where: 800 block of N 2nd Street (between Hancock and Cleveland Streets)

Food:  Food is provided by Charlie Bob’s, House of Hickory BBQ, and Foxy Baking Company.  Water provided by Eastland Kroger.  Ice provided by Main Street Mapco.

Music:  The event will kick off with the Maplewood High School Drum Corps and will end with a “light the night” walk through the neighborhood.  Other live entertainment acts include the Shelby Bottom String Band, Ernest Newman UMC, Scott-Ellis School of Irish Dance, and a concluding performance by the band, Cobalt Blue.
Prizes:  There will be prize giveaways throughout the evening.

Parking:  This is a block party, so there will be no parking on the 800 block of N 2nd.  Designated parking lots are at the Salvation Army Magness Potter center on Stockell Street or at the McFerrin Park Community Center.  (From Cleveland Street, turn South on Lischey or Meridian to reach the McFerrin Park Community Center or on Stockell to reach the Magness Potter center.

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