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The Nashville Zoo and Kroger are working together to bring you Safari Fridays. All you have to do is show your Kroger Plus card and a Kroger store receipt in order to get the bogo deal. That's buy one admission, get the other FREE. The deal is good every Friday in July and August.
Aren't sure what skin cancer looks like? TriStar Medical Group can help you spot it early with FREE skin cancer screenings. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. The FREE screenings are at Lenox Village in South Nashville Saturday, July 14 between 9am-1pm. Call 615.342.1919 to schedule an appointment.
The Turnip Truck Urban Fare in the Gulch is offering FREE in-store classes focusing on digestive health. Experts will discuss proper digestion through dietary techniques. Sign up by emailing Kathryn@theturniptruck.com. The classes are Thursday, July 12 at 6pm and Saturday, July 14 at 10am.
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Earth Day 2012 Living Green & Healthy
The Nashville community will celebrate the eleventh annual Nashville Earth Day Festival onSaturday, April 21, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Centennial Park.This years theme, Living Green & Healthy will help the community take another step toward Mayor Karl Deans goal of making Nashville the greenest city in the Southeast.The event is free and open to all ages.
The Nashville Earth Day Festivalhas been held in Centennial Park for the past 11 years and has grown to over 10,000 people in attendance.
The event will feature many exhibits and activities aimed at educating Middle Tennesseans about protecting our environment. With nearly a hundred family-friendly booths, hosted bycommunity groups, environmental organizations and government agencies, will offer fun and exciting hands-on activities for all ages.