May is the month for mothers, and now Nashville-area moms have something besides Mother’s Day to celebrate in May. On Sunday, May 18, at Conrad’s in the Murfreesboro Holiday Inn, local non-profit Artsy Mamas and The Motherhood Foundation will present Mamapalooza Murfreesboro, a celebration of motherhood through music, art and shopping.
The festivities will run from 6-10 p.m. and the doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 in advance and $8 at the door. There will be a "Mama of the Year" contest, door prizes throughout the evening, skits and monologues to be performed by members of Artsy Mamas, musical acts to include Carolyn Sledge and Sugar Lime Blue, vendors and informational booths. Informational and vendor booths are available to rent for $25.00. Those interested in an application to rent a booth can get one by emailing email@example.com.
Artsy Mamas will announce the winner of the Mama of the Year contest at the event, and nominations are being accepted through April 15. The contest is open to Middle Tennessee mothers based on their achievements in service to the community. There will be a runner up and a Grand Prize Winner. Winners will be notified via the person who sent in the nomination. Both winners will receive two free tickets to the event and must be present to win.
To nominate a mother for Mama of the Year, answer the following question in 250 words or less: How has this mama used her talents and skills in order to serve her community? Send entries to: Mama of the Year Contest, c/o Artsy Mamas, P.0.
Artsy Mamas is accepting donations from local businesses and organizations to use as door prizes and other give-aways at the event. To get involved or to sponsor Mamapalooza Murfreesboro, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
All proceeds from the event will benefit Artsy Mamas and The Motherhood Foundation. Artsy Mamas is a local non-profit organization dedicated to empowering mothers and their children through the arts. The Motherhood Foundation is a national charity that sponsors Mamapaloozas around the country.
For interviews or more information, contact Mandy Ray-Jones at 615-907-8084.