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March 24: Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center Women-focused Tea & Conversations


Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center (MWCHC), Nashville's oldest non-profit medical center, announces further details surrounding Tea & Conversations, a social discussion of women's health. The event will take place Mar 24 at Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center (1035 14th Avenue North). Tickets are $35 and are on sale now.

Tea & Conversations is an exciting and dynamic event that brings together women for an afternoon of inspiration, information, and empowerment. Sample a delicious selection of teas and tea sandwiches while enjoying live music and having community-driven conversations about issues facing women today.

The event is in partnership with Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center as part of their 50th anniversary celebration to host local professionals who will facilitate discussions on women's health and what MWCHC should focus on for the next 50 years to keep Nashville healthy. The event will also feature a hat contest, a musical performance by Robin Raynelle, and a silent auction of a framed and signed limited-edition print of "Tea and Conversations" by artist Synthia St. James.

MWCHC has three locations (Nashville, Clarksville and Smyrna) and provides quality and affordable care for all patients both insured and uninsured with comprehensive services including family planning, obstetrical care, pediatric care, social services, internal medicine, dental services, radiology services, gynecological care, family practice and behavioral health.

Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 11:00am-2:00pm
Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center
1035 14th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37208
Tickets: $35.00 (purchase here)


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