When: Saturdays 7 am to 1 pm, rain or shine
Where: Central Station, S. Front Street at GE Patterson in the Historic South Main District, Downtown Memphis.
Parking: Free parking adjacent to the market.
This Week's Featured Event: Lean How Honey is Made 10am
Levitt Shell in Overton Park
Thursday @ 7pm David Troy Francis with Special Guest Deltacapella & Betty Ann Hunt Strain
Friday @ 7pm Betty Hunt with the Believers
Saturday @ 5pm (Children's Show) Roger Day and the Mosquito Burrito Brothers
Saturday @ 7:30 Alex Cuba
Sunday @ 7pm Hudost
Elmwood Cemetary Lunch & Lecture
Friday June 12th
Dr. Femi Ajanaku presents "Civil Rights Leaders"--Elmwood residents such as Marvin Ratner and AW Willis were actively engaged in the Civil Rights struggle in Memphis. Dr. Ajanaku is the Chair of the African and African-American studies department at LeMoyne Owen College.
The oldest active cemetery in Memphis invites you to share the magic of Memphis' past with a lunch and lecture. Admission for each lecture is $10 and includes lunch. Payment in advance is required. Each presentation will begin at noon and will last approximately one hour. Space is limited, so please call today to reserve your seat at the table. Groups welcome.