1. 44th Annual NWTF Convention and Sport Show
WHAT: It’s one of the biggest consumer shows in the country; where conservation and hunting’s most devoted supporters come together for a weekend of networking, learning and a lot of fun. The convention and sport show celebrates more than 40 years of conservation successes by NWTF volunteers and partners. For more information, visit www.nwtf.org.
WHEN: February 12- February 16
WHERE: Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention, 2800 Opryland Dr, Nashville
2. 38th Annual Conference on African American History and Culture
WHAT: Tennessee State University’s College of Liberal Arts and the Metropolitan Historical Commission hosts the 39th annual Nashville Conference on African American History and Culture. For 39 years, this award-winning conference has brought together historians, students, educators, community leaders and others interested in the contributions of African Americans to Nashville and Tennessee. The theme for this year’s conference is “A Journey from Enslavement to Liberation” and promises to be one of the best conferences yet.
WHEN: Friday, February 14, 9a – 4p
WHERE: TSU- Avon Williams Campus 330 10th Ave N, Nashville
3. Galentine’s Day: Cookie Dough + Beer Flights
WHAT: Join Jackalope Brewing Company and NoBaked Cookie Dough for the sweetest Galentine’s Day event! Enjoy four of Jackalope’s most popular beers paired with four of NoBaked’s most popular cookie doughs – what could be sweeter!?
*Must be 21+ to drink*
WHEN: Thursday, Feb 13, 5pm – 8pm
WHERE: Jackalope Brewing Company, 429B Houston St., Nashville
4. She’s A Rebel: A Girl Group Tribute Show
WHAT: In the era of mid-1950’s to early 1960’s, it was music of The Girl Groups (The Ronettes, The Shangri-Las, The Crystals, etc.) that defined the sound of popular music. It was the beginning of Second Wave feminism and girl groups gave voice to the challenges and dreams of women; made international superstars out of many – particularly women of color – and united America during the Jim Crow and desegregation years.
SHE’S A REBEL is a full production including a House Band, a rotating cast of lead singers, horn section, string quartet, auxiliary percussion and three-part harmony. From the musicians and singers, to the sound engineering, videography and support technicians, every single aspect of the show is run by women. Now in its 6th year, She’s A Rebel is more than a “powerhouse girl-group tribute.” It’s a way to celebrate and honor the past while engaging in the present; to support an integrated, cooperative community of women whose talents make us Music City. And have a lot of fun doing it!
WHEN: Friday, February 14, 8p
WHERE: The Basement East, 917 Woodland St, Nashville
5. Golden Girls Galentine’s
WHAT: What better friends were there than the amazing Golden Girls! Check out this Galentine’s Day Night hosted by The Perfect Little Life Market.
Your ticket includes:
-20% off The Perfect Little Life Market
-Complimentary Champagne bar + bites
-Mini Bouquet Bar by Petals & Pop
-Greeting Card Station with Erin Elise
-DIY Pin Station
-Essential Oils Bath Scrub Station
-Photo booths by Nashille Photo booth co. + The Perfect Little Life + Petals & Pop
-Mini Market with women owned vendors
WHEN: Thursday, February 13, 6:30p – 9p
WHERE: The Perfect Little Life Market, 100 Taylor St, Nashville