5 to go! See Cheekwood's new cafe at Thursday Night Out, Walk of Fame induction ceremony

<p>Pictured is Nashville's Walk of Fame Park</p>

Pictured is Nashville's Walk of Fame Park

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 August 20-24. Enjoy.

Go to an performance: Trio Goes Live at Parnassus Books

When: Monday, August 20, 6-8 p.m.

Where: 3900 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville Suite 14

At Trio events, a songwriter and a visual artist are tasked to write a song and create a work of art inspired by a book they are given. Stop by to see more than a dozen creatives talk about art, music and the books that help bring the performance to life.

Go to a ceremony: Music City Walk of Fame inductions

When: Tuesday, August 21, 11:30 a.m.

Where: 501 Broadway, Nashville

See musicians Ben Folds, Brenda Lee, Jeannie Seely and Ray Stevens be inducted into into the Music City Walk of Fame. The free ceremony is open to the public. 

Established in 2006, the Walk of Fame is a tribute to artists of all genres who have contributed to the world through song and have a connection to Music City.

Watch the video below to catch a glimpse of past inductees:

Go somewhere new: Cheekwood to unveil new cafe at Thursday Night Out

When: Thursday, August 23, 5-10 p.m.

Where: 1200 Forrest Park Dr, Nashville

Cheekwood’s Frist Learning Center and new Café 29 will officially open to the public Thursday following a renovation project that includes restored horse stables, updated art studios, a new gift shop and eatery.

The unveiling will take place during a special dog-friendly installment of Cheekwood's Thursday Night Out series. The weekly event brings people together for a night of live music, food trucks, bars and lawn games.

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Go to a meeting: Monroe Harding public hearing at monthly Planning Commission meeting

When: Thursday, August 23, 4 p.m.-7 p.m.

Where: Howard Office Building, 700 Second Avenue South, Nashville

At the next Metro Planning Commission meeting, the public will have a chance to speak about the proposed rezoning of the property belonging to foster care organization Monroe Harding. Monroe Harding, who is in talks to sell its 22-acre Glendale Lane property, says the land has potential for a 37-house subdivision.

Each person wanting to speak at the public hearing will have three minutes.

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Go to an event: Back to school splash bash at YMCA

When: Friday, August 24, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Where: 4041 Hillsboro Cir, Nashville

Finish off the week with a back to school celebration at the Green Hills Family YMCA. You'll find pizza, prizes, snow cones and pool time aplenty. To coincide with the event, the Y is accepting solid-color polo shirts and khaki pants, shorts and skirts for its school uniform drive with UniCycle, a school uniform recycling program in Nashville. Look for collection bins throughout the facility.

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