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Wilson Living Today - June 8

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What a weekend! Cumberland University did it again! Hosting a memorable 28th annual Phoenix Ball on Saturday night that brought out hundreds of guests.

From the elegant Patrons’ Party hosted by University Medical Center CEO, Saad Ehtisham and his wife Tracy to Saturday night’s soirée the money raised from these two events will no doubt help some lucky students complete their studies at this very prestigious University. If you’d like to be a part of next year’s event, call Cumberland University 615-444-2562.

This week is the first official week of summer break for ALL Wilson County students. If you’d like a break from the heat, pack up the kids and head to The Roxy Movie Theater.

Every Wednesday this summer, The Roxy will host a free family movie. Doors will open at 9:15am and the show begins at 10am. Seats are first come, first serve so get there early. Concessions will be available for purchase. On June 15th, Marmaduke will be showing. For a complete list of free movies showing at The Roxy this summer visit

Continuing with the ‘FREE’ theme, Saturday join the Friends of Cedars of Lebanon for Music in the Cedars.  Music starts at 6 p.m. on the Camp Store Stage.  ‘Off Road Band’ will be performing this week. Don’t forget to bring your own chair.

If you’re in the Providence area this weekend you won’t want to miss The Center Stage Concert Series at Providence Marketplace on Saturday night from 6pm to 8:30pm.  This event is FREE and open to the public. Cajun band, Silver Stars and YaYa, will be headlining the event.

Also this weekend, Encore Theatre Company's presentation of the comedy-thriller "The Accomplice."   Showtimes on Thursday, Friday and Saturday are 7:30 p.m.  Sunday shows begin at 2:30 p.m. For details or tickets, contact Encore Theatre Company, 615-598-8950

On Tuesday, June 14 The Nashville Symphony will trade its concert hall for Memorial Lawn as the symphony returns for a summertime tradition at Cumberland University. Hosted by the Fine Arts Council the event will see Conductor Kelly Corcoran lead the Nashville Symphony through a range of favorite selections.  The show begins at 7pm. For more information, Cumberland University, 615-444-2562.

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Until next time, keep reading!

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