- This event has passed.
Music City Bronze
December 7, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Enjoy an evening of enchantment with the holiday sounds of Nashville’s premier community hand-bell ensemble, Music City Bronze. Performers bring all size bells for a beautiful evening of music.
More details to follow.
About the Organizer:
Music City Bronze is fully affiliated with the Handbell Musicians of America and are a non-profit organization. A repertoire is available across a variety of musical styles and genres.
Our mission is “to reach for higher levels of musicianship in handbells/chimes, and to promote, educate, and share the passion of handbell/chime music with the community.
Benefiting: Gallatin Rotary Club
Through the many years since the Gallatin Club was started, Rotary has been promoting, assisting and financing many activities. These have included the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Salvation Army, Midget Football Team, Boys Softball league, pigs for 4-H clubs, chickens for 4-H clubs, prizes for livestock shows, 4-H speaking contests, delegates to Boy’s State, cigarettes for Veterans Hospital, iron lung for Fountain Head Hospital, support of Youth Town in Jackson, the Hospital for crippled adults in Memphis, Gallatin swimming pool, High School band, Big Brothers Christmas fund, the High School stadium bleachers, City Park playground equipment, books for the Sumner County Library, provided smoke detectors for underprivileged, support for Good Neighbor Mission, TRAC house, Red Cross, Heart Fund, Cancer Society and the list goes on.
The Gallatin Rotary Club was organized on December 6, 1923 and admitted to Rotary International on December 21, 1923 with club number 1583. Will R. Manier of the Nashville Club presented the charter to the club. He was a member of Rotary International’s Board of Directors and was later president of R I in 1936-37. The following year the Gallatin Club won a prize gavel at the Inter-City meeting in Nashville. 100% of the Rotarians and their wives attended the presentation. The club chartered a private car on the Nashville-Gallatin Interurban line, and carried along their own band.
Your Sumner Magazine
Ultimate Party Superstore