The Woman's Exchange kicked off the holidays with an English Tea. Proper tea items were prepared at the WE such as scones and finger sandwiches. Hats were optional.
Memphis Food and Wine Festival at the Radians Amphitheater in Memphis Botanic Garden was an outdoor extravaganza of food, wine and music to benefit the FedEx Family House at Le Bonheur. Over 30 chefs served their finest bites to a crowd of over 2,500, with 100 wines sampled to live music.
The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church held a scaled back Greek Festival in October this Year, due to the fact the spring festival was cancelled because of COVID.
The Mississippi Senior Expo in Southaven was a success with approximately 200 guests visiting 40 vendors, according to Jimmy Grubbs, publisher of The Best Times.
The Bartlett Senior EXPO and Health Fair was a huge success with more than 50 sponsors and vendors and more than 200 guests, according to Jimmy Grubbs, publisher of The Best Times.
A launch party hosted by the Memphis Food & Wine Festival steering committee to help launch the October 16 event was held recently at Acre, the East Memphis restaurant helmed by chef Wally Joe.
The Professional Network on Aging members enjoyed an outdoor ice cream social at Hearthside Senior Living in Bartlett recently. It was the first time the group met in person in fifteen months. The organization's members represent various segments of business who serve the senior population. …
A special performance, a century of, was held May 20 with a reception In celebration of the reopening of the newly renovated and expanded Theatre Memphis building, and in recognition of the 100th year of Theatre Memphis.
A garden party was recently held by the Memphis Symphony League at the home of Dinah and Gary Makowsky in East Memphis. The event featured the installation of new officers of the League for 2021. Entertainment was provided by the Memphis Symphony String Quartet.
On Holy Saturday, Trezevant, a senior living community in east Memphis, celebrated Easter in Hope's Garden by covering a cross made of magnolia leaves in flowers. Residents and their families gathered outside at Trezevant in Hope's Garden and adorned the cross with flowers. Everyone remained…
After over a year of undergoing a complete restoration by JL Weiler Inc. in Chicago, the Orpheum’s 1928 Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ was reintroduced to Memphians In conjunction with the Orpheum’s 92nd birthday. The theatre recently hosted a free homecoming concert and dedication.
Gardens of Germantown residents and team members participated in an Alzheimer’s neighborhood walk.
Seniors at the Linda Kerley Center in Collierville recently created clay wind chimes. The group has been working under the tutelage of local potter and clay artist Debbie Lovett.
Trezevant Resident Jack Moran Honored at 901 Parkinson's Fighters Annual Golf Tournament
East Memphis Rotary Club presents Carol Jackson and MeiAngelo Taylor with Tokens of Appreciation for sharing information about their local nonprofit, Families Matter, during a September presentation.
Hollywood Feed was recently recognized by the Bartlett Police Department for providing food to working dogs in the K-9 unit.