12th & Broad

Jul. 11, 2014 3:00 AM

Weekend Itinerary: Dance Parties, Pop Up Dinners, Folklore Artists & More

Friday, June 11

  • DCXV's "Stay Tuned" Mural Party
  • Revivalist Launch Party at Deavor
  • The West Side Dance Party at The Stone Fox

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You might have already seen the new mural on the side of Center 615, and now you can celebrate it at DCXV's "Stay Tuned" Official Debut Party! Join Center 615 on Friday from 7 to 10 p.m. for music by Vinyl Thief, beer from Yazoo Brewing Company, and more.

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Local brand Revivalist will present their first collection Friday from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. at their Revivalist Launch Party at Deavor featuring Phin, My Red & Blue, and Aaron Krause. There will be free food, free alcohol and a photo booth. Learn more and watch the Kickstarter video here. (Side-note: Phin will also be playing at this year's Live on the Green. Preview their music here.)

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The West Side Dance Party returns at The Stone Fox for another night of music, dancing, and drinks. The party is from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. this Friday. No cover!

Saturday, July 12

  • POP Dinner Party: Little Magnolia
  • Folklore art and fortune tellers at "LORE" Reception
  • Southern Roots at the State Museum
  • The Tomorrow Fund: Red, White and Brew!
  • Nashville Junior Chamber: MNACC Volunteer Day
  • Paolozzi Exhibition at Cheekwood Botanical Garden

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Join POP Nashville's Dinner Party: Little Magnolia this Saturday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. for an evening of art by encaustic artist Kat Fitzpatrick, food by Chef Molly Fitzpatrick Martin of The Food Company, and music of Mississippi. Tickets are $35 per person and you can view the entire menu here.

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View amazing folklore art from local artists at "LORE: A Celebration of Folklore from around the World" this Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Corvidae Collective. Local artists will be in attendance for meet and greets along with fortunes read by tarot card reader Kiki Dombrowski.

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The Tennessee State Museum presents "Southern Roots: A celebration of African and Southern Influenced Customs" from 2 to 4 p.m. this Saturday. This event will feature songs, stories of the Old South, tastes of Southern food — including selections from the Wessyngton Plantations's recipe book — games, and hand-weaving demonstrations.

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Support The Tomorrow Fund this Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m. in Sevier Park as they host a mid-summer fest, "Red, White and Brew," with red and white wine, local brews, food by Mafioza's and Nashville Sweets — just to name a few — music, and carnival games. Tickets are $35 which includes food samples and two drink tickets.

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Nashville Junior Chamber and Metro Nashville Animal Care and Control invite you to volunteer and play with cute dogs and/or cats this Saturday from 10 am to 1 p.m. as they wait to be adopted. These furbabies need attention and exercise!

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Beginning this Saturday, Cheekwood will feature art by famed sculptor and graphic artist Eduardo Paolozzi, "inventor of Pop Art," along-side the current installation of "Andy Warhol's Flowers." The exhibition will be on display until November 2 in the Courtyard Gallery of the Frist Learning Center.

Sunday, July 13

  • Mary Poppins at Franklin Theatre
  • Belmont University Summer Exhibitions

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See "Mary Poppins" this Sunday at the historic Franklin Theatre for an evening of laughter, fun and sing-alongs hosted by the Nashville Opera. Screenings are at 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. with your choice of seating from three different levels and price ranges. You know you can't watch this movie without singing! "Supercalafrajalisticexpialadoooocious!"

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On display in Belmont University's Leu Gallery beginning this Sunday is "Our Directional Light: The Moon and Stars" by James Kuol Makuac. If you can't make it to the opening, join them Tuesday, July 15, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. for a TAEA awards ceremony and gallery talk with Makuac.