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Calendar events must be submitted by 10 a.m. Monday for publication. Items accepted are events sponsored by not-for-profit organizations or free events. Mail to: Community Calendar c/o The Nashville Graphic, 203 W. Washington St. Nashville, NC 27856 or fax (252) 459-3052 or email to news@nashvillegraphic.com.

NOW THROUGH APRIL 23
The Nash County Master Gardener Volunteers will host a plant sale online beginning at 9:00 am on Monday, April 12th through 12:00 noon on Friday, April 23rd, with pickup and payment at the Nash County Arboretum on Saturday, April 24th between 8:00 am and 12 noon. Customers will receive instructions for plant pickup at the time of their order. Customers may purchase plants by going to the web site, go.ncsu.edu/nash plant sale. A photo of each plant along with price will be shown to order plants. Orders will be filled and boxed by the Master Gardeners and loaded in customers cars in the parking lot at the Ag Center in Nashville on April 24th from 8am until 12 noon. Payment with be made at the site and customers will remain in their cars. Mask are required. For any questions contact the Ag Center at 459-9810.

APRIL 19
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer Earth Day/Recyle Storytime April 19th from 10:30-11 a.m. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 21
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer a Macramé Plant Hanger class Wednesday, April 21st from 4:30 - 5 p.m. for ages 18 and older. All materials are included and free. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 22
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer Adult Health (walking) Thursday, April 22 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 23
Oak Level Ruritan Club will host a chicken plate sale Friday, April 23 from 11 a.m. until. (No tickets, first come, first served) Plates are $8 each. Drive-thru only. 3551 Oak Level Road, Rocky Mount.

APRIL 26
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer Mother's Day Storytime April 26th from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 27
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer a movie matinee (Playmobil the Movie) April 27th from 3:15-5 p.m. for ages 8-16. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 28
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer Acrostic Poetry Wednesday, April 28th fro ages 18 and older from 11-11:45 a.m. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 7-15-21-29
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer Carreer Program NC Works. A representative from NC Works will be on site to share information on programs for individuals with employment needs. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 29
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer a resume building program April 29 from 5-6 p.m. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

APRIL 30
Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville will offer Journaling for Kids ages 8-12 on Friday, April 30th from 4-5 p.m.. Patrons who are interested in any of our programs should call the library at 459-2106 to register. Social distancing and facial masks are encouraged when visiting the library.

MAY 7
Philadelphia Baptist Church, 6701 Taylor Store Road, Nashville, will hold a bbq chicken plate sale Friday, May 7 from 11 a.m. until. Plates are $8 each.

Coopers Ruritan BBQ Chicken sale will be May 7, 2021 from 11 am - until sold out, Highway 58, Nashville. Plates are $8 each. Drive through only - dining room is closed. BSA Troop/Pack 37 will have desserts available for an additional cost.

MAY 1 & JUNE 5
Bits & Boots Saddle Club will host shows May 1 and June 5 at 3909 Shearing Rd., Whitakers. For more information call 252-377-2827 or 252-955-0987.

MAY 22
American Legion Post 58, 2731 Church St., Rocky Mount, will host a Poke Run May 22. Rider $25; passenger $10. Door prizes, 5 card draw, food and refreshments, 50/50 drawing. Prize for club with most participants, prize for worst hand. Portion of proceeds to benefit domestic violence programs. Call 252-373-1208 for more information.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
This summer, the Imperial Centre for the Arts & Sciences' Art Gallery has an opportunity for North Carolinian artists over the age of 18. SHOWCASE is a free exhibition for artists to submit up to two works for display. No jurying, no competition. Just an opportunity to be part of a 3-month exhibition. The theme is - Animalia. Animalia means "comprising all animals." This includes insects, fish, reptiles, mammals, birds, and everything in between. Work must be original to the submitting artist and fall within the theme. All media is welcome. Deadline to submit is April 26, 2021. Drop-off dates: April 30 & May 1, 2021; 10am-12:30pm and 2pm-4:30pm Exhibition dates: May 14-August 15, 2021= Pick-up dates: August 20 & 21, 2021; 10am-12:30pm and 2pm-4:30pm For a full description of the show and restrictions visit https://imperialcentre.org/arts-center/artist-opportunities/

FARM WORKER HEALTH FAIR - Free Healthy and Resource Fair with COVID testing will be held every Sunday from 12-4 p.m. in the Walmart parking lot, 1511 Benvenue Road, Rocky Mount,. COVID testing, food boxes (first come, first served), blood pressure and blood sugar checks, COVID-19 support. No pre-registration needed. Walk-ins welcome. No health insurance or government ID needed. Results are confidential. Current mailing address for results. For more information call 282-883-5721.

TOPS diet class will now meet at Oak Level Baptist church on Mondays at 10:30 a.m. For more information call Bobby Catlett 252-904-0931

Nashville Baptist Church has opened its doors to middle and high school students who lack access to a reliable internet service to complete their schooling. The church is open Monday through Thursday from 8 until 2:30 p.m. There are two volunteers onsite at all times.

The Nash County 4-H Program is looking for businesses or organizations that will partner with them in their Hungry to Help Campaign. There is a huge need to help provide food in the communities. If you can host a collection drive in your office or place of business, challenge your employees to collect or collect food as a community outreach project, call 459-9810 or email sandy_hall@ncsu.edu. Collections will take place in December, February and March.

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