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Nashville Goes Red For National Heart Health Awareness Month

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Babies Go Red
Friday, Feb. 7

On Friday the 7th, newborns in Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital and Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital will wear custom-made red knit caps in honor of National Wear Red Day, to show support for their moms heart health.  

Buildings Go Red Friday, Feb. 7

Buildings in Middle Tennessee will light up in red starting at sundown, to mark National Wear Red Day. The red lights will stay on all evening. All buildings will be red on Feb. 7; buildings with extended dates are noted. The confirmed list includes: 

Adventure Science Center, 800 Fort Negley Blvd., Nashville

Doubletree by Hilton, 1850 Old Fort Pkwy., Murfreesboro, Feb. 6-7

Frist Center for the Visual Arts, 919 Broadway, NashvilleHard Rock Caf, 100 Broadway, Nashville

Nashville Business Journal at Plaza 18, 1800 Church St., Nashville

Nashville Electric Service, 1214 Church St., NashvilleThe Parthenon, 2500 West End Ave., Nashville

Rutherford County Courthouse, 20 N. Public Square, MurfreesboroSaint Thomas Midtown Hospital, 2000 Church St., Nashville

Saint Thomas West Hospital, 4220 Harding Rd., NashvilleSaint Thomas Rutherford Hospital, 1700 Medical Center Pkwy., Murfreesboro

Studio Gaven hair salon, 100 International Dr., FranklinTennessee State Capitol (cupola), 600 Charlotte Ave., Nashville

The Tennessean, 1100  Broadway, Nashville

TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center, 200 StoneCrest Blvd. #155, Smyrna, Feb. 7-17

Williamson County Historical Courthouse, 305 Public Sq., Franklin

AND ONE MORE very big landmark going red all this week to be announced on Monday, Feb. 3.  

Nashville Symphony Goes Red Feb. 7 and 8The Nashville Symphony will show support for Go Red For Women during performances on Feb. 7 and 8. Symphony members will wear an element of red, guests will receive Go Red information in their programs and conductor Giancarlo Guerrero will say a few words.  

Gateway Chamber Orchestra Goes Red Feb. 9 and 10For the Feb. 9 Clarksville and Feb. 10 Nashville performances, Go Red information will be placed in guest programs and Orchestra members are encouraged to wear an element of red. 

Men Go Red, Tuesday, Feb. 11. The Go Red For Women Mens Event will be held at Maggianos (3106 West End Ave, Nashville) at 5:30 p.m. Special guest speaker will be Kevin Carter, 14-year NFL veteran, Super Bowl Champion and current analyst for ESPN U. 150-200 male community leaders will sample fine wines, write cards to the special women in their lives and hear why womens heart health is important to all.  

MTSU Blue Goes Red Saturday, Feb. 15Go Red For Women will be the theme at the MTSU-So. Miss. game, which tips off at 1 p.m. About 5000 fans are expected. 

Rutherford Heart Ball Saturday, Feb. 22The annual formal event in Murfreesboro to support heart health. At Stones River Country Club. More to come.  

American Heart Association Night at the Nashville Predators Thursday, Feb. 2. The Nashville Predators are offering special discounted tickets for this game through the link www.nashvillepredators.com/aha. Exclusive benefits will be available to those who use this link, such as a photo on ice with Gnash, and a chance at a Zamboni ride and time in the penalty box. Each ticket sold through this link will generate a donation to the American Heart Association.

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