5 to go! Joel Paavola fundraiser at Pure Barre, Hugh Baby's now open and more

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Hugh Baby's</em></p>

Photo courtesy of Hugh Baby's

Lemonade year Joel Paavola

We're here to help guide you through your work week with helpful tips on events, meetings and happenings to go to. Know of an event we should include next week? Let us know at news@rovertoday.com.

Here's our list for the week of June 25-29. Enjoy.

GO TO A FUNDRAISER: Pure Barre to raise money for Joel Paavola

When: Monday, June 24, all day

Where: Pure Barre locations in Green Hills, White Bridge and the Gulch. See the map below.

Classes at Pure Barre's Green Hills, White Bridge and the Gulch locations will be donation only to benefit the family of Joel Paavola, the victim in Belle Meade's fatal hatchet attack earlier this month. Paavola, a husband and father of five, owned fitness studio The Balance Training. Pure Barre will match funds raised up to $500. The studio asks participants to sign-up online and bring cash or check donations.

GO TO SOMETHING NEW: Hugh Baby's is now open in West End

When: Monday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

Where: 3001 West End Avenue, Nashville

A year after opening on Charlotte Avenue, Hugh Baby’s opened its second location at 3001 West End Ave. The retro BBQ and burger shop is the brainchild of local restaurateur Pat Martin, owner of Nashville staple Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint. Every Friday, Hugh Baby’s serves up slugburgers, a Depression-era staple rarely found outside its Corinth, Mississippi, origins.

GO TO A WORKSHOP: Young Professionals event at Lipscomb

When: Thursday, June 28, 8:30-11 a.m.

Where: Bennett Campus Center, 1 University Park Drive, Nashville

Nashville YP, a group for young professionals, will host an event this week called Beating Burnout: How to Get Motivated at Work. The $25 lecture includes breakfast, coffee and parking.

Allison Duke, associate dean and associate professor of management in Lipscomb University’s College of Business, will explain lack of motivation in the workplace and how to combat the problem. Registration and networking begins at 8:30 a.m.

Learn more here.

GO TO AN AUTHOR EVENT: Conversation at Parnassus Books

When: Monday, June 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Where: Parnassus Books, 3900 Hillsboro Pike Suite 14, Nashville

Parnassus will host novelist Amy Willoughby-Burle and literary agent Julie Gwinn as they discuss the collaborative partnership between author and agent. Amy will also discuss her new novel, The Lemonade Year.

GO TO A MEETING: Board of Education

When: Tuesday, June 26, 5 p.m.

Where: 2601 Bransford Avenue, Nashville

Student don't go back to school until Monday, Aug. 7, but you can still find out what's going on with the district at Tuesday's Board of Education meeting. Find the agenda here.



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Colts Chocolates will reopen inside The Mall at Green Hills in early June. (Courtesy Colts Chocolates)
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(Courtesy Frist Art Museum)
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