Nashville Restaurant Week, event honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and more

<p><em>Wellness Center (Rover/Dylan Skye Aycock)</em></p>

Wellness Center (Rover/Dylan Skye Aycock)

Retail medical aesthetics boutique OVME (pronounced "of me") is now open at Hill Center Green Hills. Lipscomb Academy MLK Day Paul McCartney - The Belcourt Third Man Books <p>Photo courtesy of Table 3 Restaurant and Market, one of three restaurants in Green Hills participating in Nashville Restaurant Week.</p>

It's Nashville Restaurant Week, which means you can find multiple-course menus at special prices all over Music City. Want to stay close to Green Hills? Noshville, Green Hills Grille and Table 3 Restaurant and Market are participating. And while independent restaurants are on your mind, revisit our November cover story exploring the local dining scene. In the feature, we speak to the owners of all three participating restaurants, as well as detail what's coming soon.

Other events this week include an annual march and convocation in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., a volunteer open house at the Green Hills Family YMCA, a never-before-seen concert film featuring Paul McCartney and Wings hosted at The Belcourt and more.

Know of something we should highlight next week? Let us know at news@rovertoday.com. Here's our list for the week of Jan. 21-25. Enjoy.

GO TO EVENTS: What's going on in Green Hills and Belle Meade?

Volunteer open house at the Green Hills Family YMCA

When: Monday, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Where: 4041 Hillsboro Circle

See what opportunities are available for you as a volunteer at the Green Hills YMCA. For additional information contact Kate Wright at kwright@ymcamidtn.org.

Storyteller Bil Lepp at Hillsboro Players fundraiser

When: Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Where: 3812 Hillsboro Pike

The Hillsboro Players, Hillsboro High's theatre department, will host Bil Lepp, an American storyteller and five-time winner of the West Virginia State Liars' Contest. He performs at storytelling festivals around the nation and is a regular performer at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee. All proceeds from this event benefit the Hillsboro Players. General admission is $10. Students get in for $5.

CorePower Yoga to host community workshop at OVME

When: Thursday, 6-8 p.m.

Where: 4017 Hillsboro Pike Suite 310

Join CorePower Yoga’s Chelsea Gartner for a Resolution Revolution workshop about goal setting, writing lists and planning for the future. This workshop is about setting a simple intention: how do you want to feel in 2019?

There will be complimentary food, drinks and special giveaways to CorePower Yoga and OVME.

January Game Night at Mathnasium of Green Hills

When: Friday, 5-6 p.m.

Where: 3748 Hillsboro Pike

This free community event at Mathnasium will have various games and snacks available. Parents can drop off children or stay to play.

Admissions Preview Day at Lipscomb Academy

When: Friday, 7:45 a.m.-1:05 p.m.

Where: 3901 Granny White Pike 

Lipscomb Academy will hold a Pre-k-12 Preview Day for families interested in learning more about the school, tour the campus and meet with various faculty members and administrators.

For more information, contact jennifer.watson@lipscomb.edu for Lower School inquiries (2-year-olds to 4th grade), jessica.williams@lipscomb.edu for Upper School (grades 5-8) inquiries and melissa.miller@lipscomb.edu for Upper School (grades 9-12) inquiries. Register here.

GO TO EVENTS: What's going on in Nashville?

Nashville MLK Day

When: Monday, 8:30 a.m.

Where: Jefferson Street Baptist Church, 2708 Jefferson St.

The event honoring Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. begins with a youth rally at 8:30 a.m., followed by a ceremonial march at 10 a.m. that will take participants from Jefferson Street Missionary Baptist Church to Tennessee State University.

The Bruce McMouse Show feat. Paul McCartney and Wings at The Belcourt

When: 6:30 and 9:30 p.m.

Where: 2102 Belcourt Ave.

Part of the Belcourt's Music City Monday series, see The Bruce McMouse Show, a never-before-seen concert film with Paul McCartney and Wings. Featuring the original Wings line-up, live concert footage from Wings’ 1972 European tour is interspersed with animated scenes. The film, directed by Barry Chattington and produced by Roger Cherrill, features live elements taken from four shows in Holland and Germany in 1972.

WHO KNEW Presents What It Means at City Winery

When: Wednesday, 7-10 p.m.

Where: 609 Lafayette St.

The centerpiece of this event is the Drive-By Truckers song, “What It Means,” from the band's 2016 album, American Band. WHO KNEW presents a full panel discussion about a single song, its meaning, and how various audiences hear it. Panelists include Patterson Hood, co-founder of the Drive-By Truckers; Ken Paulson, dean of MTSU’s College of Media & Entertainment and former editor-in-chief of USA Today; Bertis Downs, attorney and manager for R.E.M. and others. The panel will be moderated by Chuck Reece, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Bitter Southerner. Find tickets here.

Shen Yun 2019

When: Tuesday and Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Tennessee Performing Arts Center, 505 Deaderick St.

Shen Yun invites you to travel back to the magical world of ancient China. The performance features classical Chinese dance with a blend of colorful costuming, high-tech backdrops and a live orchestra. Tickets range from $80 to $180.

Third Man Books night at Barnes & Noble at Vanderbilt

When: Wednesday, 7-9 p.m.

Where: 2501 West End Ave.

Third Man Books night at Barnes & Noble at Vanderbilt brings four local authors to read, discuss and sign their books. Betsy Phillips, Ciona Rouse, and Dan Hoy are joined by Carlina Duan and John Shakespear.



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