412 White Bridge Place
Nashville, TN 37209
Phone: (615) 356-0888
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Hale Stadium on Tennessee State University campus is a whale of a stadium with a seating capacity of 10,000, which makes this one of the biggest stadiums. It has a natural turf field and a quarter mile track surrounding the field. The stadium is used for all sorts of events like student pep rallies, band showcases and athletics contests.
Gentry Center located in Tennessee State University, is an ideal events venue. It is commonly used by the college students for campus activities. The center's facilities are also available for concerts and sports activities. Business congregations and trade shows are a regular feature at this venue. Proms, graduations, fashion shows and gala events are also held here regularly.
Kean Hall is connected to the campus center and is a major venue for recreational activities for students living on the Tennessee State University campus. The Hall also serves as headquarters for the Air Force ROTC, offices for the football staff and houses the academic and sports Hall of Fame. The Hall hosts Career Fairs, Battle of the Residence Halls Talent Shows and also pageants like the Mr TSU. This sure is one place you can't afford to miss when you are in Nashville.
Part of the Daughters of Charity hospitals, Saint Thomas Hospital is a full-service facility providing a range of health services, including advanced treatments for diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. Its Heart Institute ranks as one of the nation's top 100 cardiovascular centers. In addition to treating disease, its Wellness Center focuses on preventative care such as cholesterol screenings and exercise programs.
West End Synagogue has been serving the Jewish community of Nashville since its inception as Khal Kodesh Adath Israel in 1874. Affiliated with the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism, this synagogue offers conservative Jewish religious education for persons of all ages. The synagogue is focused on ritual, celebration, education and social action and provides opportunities for members to participate in all of these aspects of the Jewish faith. Through partnerships with Room in the Inn and Second Harvest, West End Synagogue serves to assist the homeless population in Nashville. Special assistance and direction is also provided for inter-faith couples wishing to raise their children in the Jewish tradition. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Congregation Sherith Israel is an Orthodox Jewish synagogue with a blended congregation of Jewish believers from all walks of life and all levels of observance. The synagogue provides a community for worship and a wide variety of Jewish religious educational programs for followers of all ages. In keeping with Orthodox Jewish beliefs, the church and the church website provide a detailed map of the Nashville Eruv for the Orthodox Jewish community. Shacharit and mincha service dates and times are also listed on the synagogue's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
St. George's Episcopal Church is a family-friendly Episcopal church located along the border of Green Hills and Bell Meade. The church offers a full selection of Christian education services for members and visitors of all ages. Youth groups are available for middle school, high school and college students, and adults are invited to participate in discipleship groups related to a variety of Biblical topics and life stages. St. George's also offers Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and a full vacation bible school program. The church also operates a kindergarten and Mother's Day Out program. -Lynn-nore Chittom
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TriStar Centennial Medical Center is a full-service hospital that has consistently ranked as one of the best in the US. Its treatments range from stroke, cardiovascular and common orthopaedic problems to the more complex like cancer and transplants. Its renowned Sarah Cannon Cancer Center is also a premier facility in the treatment of breast cancer.
Home of the Vanderbilt Commodores basketball team, Memorial Gymnasium can seat up to 14,000 spectators. It was dedicated as a memorial in honor of the heroes of World War II. The structure combines a gymnasium and a concert hall designed by architect Edwin Keeble. A $25 million renovation project added a new practice gym, a three cross-court playing floor, coaching offices, donor room, a Hall of Champions, private suites and a new lighting and sound system.
The Student Life Center is an initiative of the Vanderbilt University of Nashville, in order to create a separate space for the university students to relax and socialize. In the 18,000 square feet of area that the center covers, it encompasses the Study Abroad and Student Counseling centers and the Office of Honorary Scholarships too. The wide area that it covers provides for an extensive events space suitable for hosting a number of university as well as outside affairs and events. The ground floor of the building houses a large meeting room and the second floor features the Career and Counseling Center. The 9,000 square feet large Commodore Ballroom on the first floor is exquisitely designed and architectured and can be used as a theater venue, concert venue or simply a party venue.
West End United Methodist Church is one of the oldest churches in downtown Nashville. The church offers weekly educational ministries, bible studies and prayer opportunities for members and guests of all ages. The church serves the Nashville community through the West End Day School and Play School, offering both a full-scale daycare as well as a mother's day out program. The church welcomes visitors for tours and worship services whenever the church is available. Information on service times and special events may be found on the church's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom