Tuesday, February 8, 2011

More February events

Tuesday, February 8

Vol State Hispanic Family Night

Thursday, February 10

Pamela Schoenwaldt talks about her new novel When We Were Strangers at Borders on West End

Film: "Kiss of the Spider Woman"; Part of the LGBT Series on Exploring Latin American Sexuality through film. 6pm; Vanderbilt University, Buttrick Hall, Room 101. Refreshments served and following the film there will be a brief discussion moderated by VU Lambda.

Charlemos Spanish conversation group, with Lisa Rivas

Saturday, February 12

4th Annual Ravenwood High School International Food and Music Festival. Noon until 4 p.m. at Ravenwood High School in Brentwood. Belly dancers, an opera singer and members of the Nashville Chinese Culture Club. In addition to a huge selection of cuisines from around the world, the festival will also feature a number of booths and activities that will be fun for the whole family. The cost of admission is $5. Children under the age of five and seniors age 65 or older get in free.

Tuesday, February 15

Delivering the Next Global Economy: How can Middle Tennessee businesses remain competitive in this increasingly international economy? At this international business luncheon, join Amy Liu, deputy director and senior fellow of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, for a discussion of how business leaders -- using a regional mindset -- can think globally to compete globally. Additional speakers include Mayor Karl Dean and Chamber President/CEO Ralph Schulz. Details:
Tuesday, Feb. 15, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Sheraton Nashville Downtown, 623 Union Street, Nashville, TN 37219; Cost: / $25 Chamber members / $50 future members / $300 reserved table of 10

Thursday, February 17

Tennessee Hispanic Chamber Membership Luncheon; 11:15 AM to 1:00 PM; The Standard Restaurant; 167 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37203; Members: $15 / Member Guests: $20 / General Public: $25 / Reservations required: www.tnhcc.org

Roundtable on Healthcare Ethics in Costa Rica; 12:15pm; Vanderbilt University, Buttrick Hall, Room 123. Lunch will be served; email Norma Antillon at norma.g.antillon@vanderbilt.edu if you plan to attend.

Tuesday, February 22

Lecture by Erica Segre "Re-Playing and Toying with the Mexican Revolution: Troublesome Toys, Dissent, and the New Aesthetic in Mexican Visual Culture of the 1920's and 1930's".Sponsored by CLAS, Warren Center and Dept of Spanish and Portuguese. 5pm-6pm; Vanderbilt University, Buttrick Hall, Room 302.

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