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Come paint with us, on June 16th!

  16 June 2018

Come sip, paint, and party for a cause with award-winning artist, Michael McBride.

Join us for great music, food, and refreshing drinks... as we celebrate the culture of the arts in Music City and create pathways for young artists, within our youth.

This exclusive event is $75.00 per person, and will be held Saturday, June 16th at The Arts Company from 2pm - 5pm.

For more information, please CLICK HERE to view our event flyer.

To purchase event tickets on Eventbrite, please CLICK HERE.

Summer Camp Registration is Open!!!

  04 June 2018

Register Now for the 2018 Moves & Grooves Summer Dance Camp beginning June 4th through July 20th for current grades 1st - 8th, held this year at Apollo Middle School.

For information regarding the camp's location, activities, tuition, and registration costs... please click on our Summer Camp Program link HERE. You may also call our office at 615-953-1363 or you can email us at

MAG to provide Before & After School Care at Eagle View Elementary

  01 June 2018

Parents, Moves & Grooves, Inc. is excited to announce that we will be offering Before & After School Care at Eagle View Elementary, starting Fall 2018. If your student(s) are in Grades K-4, then you owe it to yourself to take advantage of our FUNTASTIC program.

Open enrollment to apply online, will start on June 1st.

For more information regarding Eagle View Elementary's Before & After School Program, please CLICK HERE to view our information flyer... or you may also CLICK HERE to visit our program's main webpage.

MAG awarded check by Nashville Predators Foundation

  02 May 2018

To celebrate and support the achievement of 75 Nashville youth being physically active and engaged this summer, Moves & Grooves, Inc. was awarded a check for $6,000 by Mayor of Nashville, David Briley, and the 2018 Nashville Predators Foundation at Bridgestone Arena.


A look back at Art Splash 2018

  08 March 2018

The 2018 Art Splash Gala was a huge success, by completely selling out tickets and having one of the most memorable student performances to date. Thanks to our amazing hostess, former News 2 weathercaster, Lisa Patton-Wheeler and corporate sponsors HCA, Ingram Industries, Wang Vision Institute and Great America Chocolates. However, the event would not have been complete without our distinguished Art Splash Honorees: Metro Council Woman - Jacobia Dowell, Fisk University President - Dr. Kevin Rome, and phenomenal students who continue to make ripples and waves in the arts community education and service.

As the green "Emerald City" landscape welcomed each guests arrival, violin music provided by students helped to set the perfect stage for a whimsical evening. By the end of the night, Moves and Grooves raised over $5K to support art and education opportunities for under-served youth in Davidson County. We are sincerely grateful for the support of our community and look forward to seeing each of you during future events.

You can read more about the event by CLICKING HERE.

MAG's Spring Newsletter is Here!!!

  22 April 2018

CLICK HERE, to check out our newsletter for information on what we’ve done, what we are doing, and what we have coming up!