‘Nashville’ Category Archive

Mother’s Day Brunch Contest Rules:

THIS WAYFM STATION IS HOLDING THE MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH WINNING WEEK CONTEST. TO ENTER COMPLETE THE ENTRY FORM AVAILABLE ON THIS STATIONS PAGE AT WAYFM.COM DURING CONTEST PERIOD (1AM CST ON APRIL 26TH THROUGH 11:59PM CST ON MAY 2ND). CONTEST IS OPEN TO RESIDENTS OF THE U.S. OVER THE AGE OF 18. ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY 11:59 PM CENTRAL TIME ON MAY 2ND. 2021. WINNER WILL RECEIVE A FULL BRUNCH MEAL, PREPARED PROFESSIONALLY AND… … Continue reading

Fun & unique local activities for the Summer!

With social distancing guidelines in play, summer vacation plans may look a little different this year. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun right here close to home!! We’ve compiled this list of hidden gems and Summer Staycation ideas, all within a 2-hour radius of Nashville!   Unique Overnight Stays: Forest Gully Farms, a hobbit themed airbnb – Santa Fe, TN Wee Nook, another hobbit themed airbnb – McEwen, TN Sulfur Springs, TN’s first luxury treehouse -… … Continue reading

LIVE Streaming Local Church Services

Due to social distancing orders in effect during this time, here’s a list of churches in your area that are LIVE Streaming their services! If your church is also LIVE Streaming, but not on this list, please feel free to email the church name, service streaming times and website link to Tyler, our Community Impact Director, at tallen@wayfm.com. Greater Nashville area:  The Bridge Church – Sundays @ 9:30am, 11:15am, 5pm Grace Chapel – Sundays @ 9am, 11:11am… … Continue reading

Community Resources amid COVID-19

We’re all experiencing the impact of the public health risks and concerns amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. During this time it is important that to remember that our Hope and Faith is in Jesus, and we are ALL in this together. Keep in mind that some of our friends and neighbors are facing greater risks and needs, as various precautionary restrictions are put into place to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus. If… … Continue reading

Mid-South Connect: Play Like a Girl

Play Like a Girl, founder and CEO Dr. Kimberly Clay shares about how girls are inspired through sport and active play. What started with one woman in 2004 is now a national movement. Today, they’re leveling the playing field by leveraging the transferable skills girls gain from sport to give them a competitive edge in the classroom and propel young women into competitive, male-dominated careers in STEM. Visit iplaylikeagirl.org for more information, to register for… … Continue reading

Mid-South Connect: Poverty and the Arts

  Nicole Minyard of Poverty and the Arts (POVA) shares about they provide access to creative resources and an artistic platform to people impacted by homelessness and how it enhances their quality of life. The upcoming Gold Key Gala is an annual fundraising event for the artists in the Artist Collective. Through the exhibition and sale of their artwork, artists earn income, network with community members, and have the opportunity to thrive at this unique, one-of-a-kind annual Nashville… … Continue reading