October’s Inter’Nash’ional Nosh… German!

Please join us at the Gerst Haus on October 8th for some great German food!!! This place has been a part of Nashville since 1955. If you’ve never been, this a great opportunity to enjoy delicious German food like schnitzel, stroganoff, bratwurst, and more. 

October 8th, 6:30 pm,

Gerst Haus, 301 Woodland St, Nashville TN 37213. www.gersthaus.com

Please RSVP with Denny at dennykalt@mac.com so we can reserve enough seats.

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October Volunteer Activity: Celebrate Nashville!

Represent the TNRPCV group at the Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival on Saturday, October 3rd, at Centennial Park.  The festival lasts 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., and we are organizing three volunteer shifts to man the TNRPCV table.  Our goal is to let others know about Peace Corps and the amazing work our group does in Nashville!

Volunteer time slots are 9:30-12:00, 11:30-3:00, and 2:30-6:00. RSVP to Mary Kay Fadden mkfadden@yahoo.com  or

Find more information about the festival:  The Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival
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September’s Inter’Nash’ional Nosh… Honduras

Update: The dinner at the Honduras Restaurant on Tuesday, September 22, was canceled due to a confusion about operating hours. We are tentatively to try this place again in November. Check back for more details.

On Tuesday September 22, from 6 to 8 pm, we’ll be meeting at the Honduras Restaurant for some yummy food, good times catching up, and meeting new RPCVs. The address and a link to their Yelp page is below. Please RSVP with Denny at dennykalt@mac.com. We hope to see old friends and new faces!

Honduras Restaurant
1057 Murfreesboro Pike
Nashville, TN 37217

http://www.yelp.com/biz/honduras-restaurant-nashville

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August Volunteer Opportunity (Nashville)

On August 22, we volunteered at the Center for Refugees and Immigrants for Tennessee, by helping them with one of their garden projects. It was a hot and steamy day, but we still managed to help make some improvements to the gardening plots. The immigrants and refugees who use these gardens have grown an impressive array of produce.

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