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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. Please include a contact name and phone number.

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Brunswick Stew Sale on Sept. 22. Pick up time is 12 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. at Nashville Methodist Church, 110 East Church St., Nashville (bus garage). All proceeds support Nashville's downtown Halloween and Christmas events. For tickets call or text 252-459-4050.

Nash County Horse Farm Tour is Friday, Sept. 22 presented by NC Nash County Cooperative Extension. Horse enthusiasts are encouraged to tour local equine facilities and listen to guest speakers within the equine industry. Door prizes and lunch included. $15 per person. Register via Event Brite or visit 2023nashcountyhorsefarmtour.eventbrite.com. Questions, call 252-459-9810.

The descendents of David and Louisa Matthews Boone will gather for their 82nd annual family reunion on Sunday September 24. 2023 at the White Oak Church at 5027 Old White Oak Road Nashville. All in attendance are urged to bring a picnic basket for the 1 p.m. luncheon.

Edgecombe and Nash County Cooperative Extension will host a Homesteading: Back to Basics program on Saturday, Sept. 30 at 9 a.m. at 1006 Eastern Ave., Nashville. The workshop will cover various topics, including gardening, backyard poultry, food preservation, composting and vermiculture, and beekeeping basics. Participants will have the opportunity to choose which sessions they want to attend. Everyone will attend the opening session, what to do with 5 acres, and then break out into breakout sessions. Registration is being held through the Eventbrite system so all registration must be done online. https://www.eventbrite.com See additional details on page 5-B in today's Nashville Graphic

Philadelphia Baptist Church will hold its BBQ Chicken plate sale on Friday, Oct. 6 from 11 a.m. until. $10 per plate includes chicken, green beans, potatoes and dessert. The church is located at 6701 Taylor Store Road, Nashville.

Suicide awareness and prevention training will be held on November 11 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Nash Community College Brown Auditorium, 454 N. Old Carriage Rd., Rocky Mount. Spend the day with the co-founders of Operation Angel Wing and learn the science of trauma and how to recognize and take action for those who are suffering from the worst emotional health crisis in the history of our nation.

The Red Oak Area Rotary Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month at the Red Oak Community Building (log building) at 4861 Church Street which is located in downtown Red Oak between the Methodist Church and the Family Life Center for the Baptist Church. Meetings are 6-7 p.m. Rotary is a Service organization that does good in the local community and around the world. Visitors are invited. "Brenda Reges Shaw, cell 252-314-3448

VFW Auxiliary - Post 2057 Arts & Craft Show is set for October 6-7, 2023. Tables are $25 for both days. Hot dogs and baked goods for sale. All proceeds go to help local veterans. If interested, call or text Cheryl-Ann at 252-969-3333 or email: starsinuniforms@yahoo.com. Location is 11270 NC-97, Rocky Mount.

TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly) diet class will meet weekly at Oak Level Baptist Church on Mondays at 10:30 a.m. For more info call Bobby Catlett 904-0931

Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals. 1- 800-431-1754.

High School Equivalency classes and Technology Lab (keyboarding, document preparation, internet, email, and social media) are being offered at Spaulding Family Resource Center, Inc. in collaboration with Nash Community College. Contact Nash Community College (252) 451-8215 or Spaulding Family Resource Center, Inc. (252) 303-0541 for more information.


Line dance classes will be held Wednesdays 2-3 p.m. at Town of Nashville Parks & Recreation Department, 108 S. Boddie Street, Nashville. Learn to line dance to popular songs in this beginner-friendly class. Four week class session, $10. Nashville town residents, $15. Nonresidents. For more information call the Town of Nashville Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department at 252-459-9796.

Karate classes will be held Wednesday evenings, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Town of Nashville Parks & Recreation Department, 108 S. Boddie Street, Nashville for children and adults. Classes begin at age 6. For more information, please call the Town of Nashville Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department at 252-459-9796.

Little Explorers will be held at Town of Nashville Parks & Recreation Department, 108 S. Boddie Street, Nashville. Free nature-themed activities and crafts just for little ones. Children must attend with an adult. Recommended for ages 1-6 years. Programs will be held October 3 and November 7. To preregister, call the Town of Nashville Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department at 252-459-9796.

Town of Nashville Recreation adult pickleball is held Tuesday nights from 6 - 8:30 p.m. and on Thursday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Nashville Elementary School gym. The free pickleball program is for players of all levels ages 16 yrs+.

114 W. Church St., Nashville

Storytime is held each Thursday morning from 11 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. for ages 2-5. There will be no storytime on 9/7/23.

LEGO Club is Tuesday, Sept. 26 from 4-5 p.m. for ages 7 and older. For groups of 5 or more, please call 252-459-2106.

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