Ride 2 Thrive
Metropolitan Social Services will hold its 4th Annual Ride 2 Thrive at Cleveland Park (925 North 6th Street in Nashville) from 11 am to 3 pm, on Saturday, April 9, 2016.
This free annual event will again provide community awareness for the public, including direct program services, resources, information, health screenings, family fun activities, kid friendly games, food, music and prizes!
The event help people enhance the ability of Nashvillians on how to thrive in their homes, in their communities and in Davidson Country.
Sponsoring organizations strive to bring all services and knowledge to the people so that they have access and information to make their choices for their families.
Sponsors include Metropolitan Social Services, National Black Police Association-Nashville Chapter, Tennessee Bikers Education Association, Metropolitan Parks and Recreation, Piccadilly Restaurants, Save-A-Lot Food Stores, Salvation Army Family Resource Center and CMS Uniforms.
We welcome the public to join us at Ride 2 Thrive from 11 am-3 pm, Saturday, April 9, at Cumberland Park, 592 South First Street.
See information about Tennessee Bikers Education Association.
See photos from Ride 2 Thrive - April 19, 2014