Jun 1: Master Taster’s Club. Join fellow wine enthusiasts at the Peabody Hotel Corner Bar every first Wednesday to sample wines selected by sommelier Jeremy Nash and appetizers from Peabody chefs. 5–6:30p, $15. 529-4000, peabodymemphis.com. Jun 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Peabody Rooftop Parties. The South’s Grand Hotel hosts live music, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and sunset views over the Mississippi River. 6–11p, $10, ladies free till 7p. Peabody Hotel, 529-3668, peabodymemphis.Com. Jun 2, 9,16, 23, 30: Sunset Atop the Madison. Enjoy a rooftop evening of music, cocktails, dancing, tapas, and small plates. 6p–1a, $7. Madison Hotel, 79 Madison, madisonhotelmemphis.com. Jun 2: Cooper-Young Night Out. In Midtown’s historically hip district, restaurants and stores host live music, specials, and assorted cuisines. 1st Thursdays, 5–9p, free. 276-7222, cooperyoungnightout.com. Jun 2–4: Memphis Italian Festival. A community celebration featuring famil oriented fun in music, food, events, games, arts, and crafts in the Ital ian-American tradition to benefit Holy Rosary Parish School. Times vary, $10. Marquette Park, 543-5310, memphisitalianfestival.com. Jun 3: The Delta – Everything Southern! Conference. Find your inner Delta during a day of speakers, music, food, and discussion about everything Delta by award-winning professionals. 8:15a–4:30p, $75. Michael D. Rose Theatre, 369-9838, memphis.edu/deltaconference. Jun 3: MCIL Italian Supper. A delicious fundraiser for Memphis Center for In-Dependent Living includes live entertainment and your choice of mama mia !5–7:30p, $10. 1633 Madison, 726-6404, mcil.org. Jun 3–5: Classical Guitar Festival. Virtuoso classical guitarists from around the globe perform, present master classes, and compete. See website for complete schedule and prices. Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music, 678-5400, me mphis.Edu/music. Jun 4: Harbor Town Secret Garden. See what beauty can grow in small spaces, from pools and fairy gardens to exotic plantings. Six lovely gardens in one tour to benefit Harbor Town beautification projects. 10a–3p, $10. Miss Cordelia’s in Harbor Town, 522-8584 Jun 4: King Cotton in Modern America. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as Dr. Clayton Brown discusses cultural, political, and economic history of cotton in America since 1945. 7p, $20. The Cotton Museum, RSVP 531-7826, memphiscottonmuseum.Org. June 5: COMEC Treasure Hunt. Argh! Family-friendly pirate-themed party filled with activities, prizes, pizza, drinks, silent auction, and spe cial pirate guests benefits the Commission on Missing & Exploited Children. 1–5p, $15.Memphis Botanic Garden, 405-8441, comec.org. June 5: Curb Couture Trashion Show. Constructed from at least 50 percent recycled materials, green couture hits the runway, from Memphis’s leading fashion figures. Party and glamour benefit Memphis City Beautiful. 6–8p (rain date Jun 12), $50. Main Street in front of Cannon Center, 522-1135, curbcouture.Eventbrite.com. Jun 6: Girls’ Night Out. The American Heart Association’s annual Go Red for Women event features delicious, heart-healthy food from some of Memphis’s finest chefs. 5–9p, $100. Hilton Memphis, 383-5418, goredforwomen.org. Jun 6–12: St. Jude Golf Classic. Big names, spectacular shots, and all the excitement and fanfare of a PGA tour event. TPC Southwind, 748-0534, stjudeclassic.Com. Jun 7–11: Germantown Charity Horse Show. An exciting all-breed event with more than 800 horses, including hunter/jumpers, American Saddlebreds, and Tennessee Walking Horses. Times vary, $5. 7745 Poplar Pike, 543-5310, gchs.Org. Jun 9: Play for Jay. Evening of Memphis entertainment with live music from Kevin and Bethany Paige, Beale Street eats, live auction, and Casino Night.Benefits the late Downtown restaurateur Jay Uiberall’s Legacy Fund. 6–10p, $30. Alfred’s on Beale, 766-1836, alfredsonbeale.com. Jun 10–11: Memphis Heritage Yard Sale. Furniture, architectural pieces, household items, and knicknacks galore at this benefit sale. 9:30a–3:30p, free. Howard Hall, 2282 Madison, 272-2727, memphisheritage.com. Jun 11: Junebugs and Juleps. A Southern celebration through art, music, and food in the gardens to benefit preservation efforts at Woodruff-Fontaine House. 7–11p, $25. 680 Adams, 526-1469, woodruff-fontaine.com. Jun 11: Prom for All. The Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center presents an evening of eats, drinks, music, and dancing for all. 8p–midni ght, $50.Doubletree Hotel, 278-6422, mglcc.org. Jun 11: Hattiloo Block Party. Bring the whole family to see performances by some of the region’s most exciting neo-soul, funk, hip-hop, folk, and spokenword artists. 4–8p, free. Hattiloo Theatre, 656 Marshall, 525-0009, hattiloo.org. Jun 11: TNA Wrestling’s Basebrawl. Get pumped for an action-packed, family oriented night featuring some of the biggest names in wrestling. 7:30p, $20+.AutoZone Park, 721-6000, tnawrestling.com. Jun 16: 3rd Thursdays Block Party. Music, food and drink specials, retail and restaurant discounts, and art gallery treasures. 5:30p–till, free. Peabody Place and Main, downtownmemphis.com. Jun 16: Beale Street Caravan Blow-Out Fundraiser. This evening of blues and Southern rock includes an open bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and giveaways. 6–9p, $75. Ardent Studios, 527-4666, bealestreetcaravan.com Jun 16: Movie on the Terrace: An American in Paris. In preparation for the opening of Jean-Louis Forain: La Comédie Parisienne, enjoy the blendi ng of song, dance, art, and American and French culture amid the gardens. Dixon Galley & Gardens, 761-5250, dixon.org. Jun 17: Father’s Day Snooze. It’s a wild night for Dad and the kids! Moonlight safari, games, late-night snack, breakfast, and animal fatherhood lessons.7p–9a, $65. Memphis Zoo, 276-9453, memphiszoo.org. Jun 17–19: Juneteenth Freedom & Heritage Festival. Commemorate the end of slavery with live entertainment, music, food, retail vendors, health booths, games, and kiddie rides. Times vary, free. Douglass Park, 543-5310, juneteenthmemphis.Com. Jun 18: Teddy Bear Picnic. Bring your blanket and stuffed friends for an enchanting afternoon in the garden that includes a picnic, crafts, and activities such as “bear-building.” 11a–1p, $24. Memphis Botanic Garden, 636-4131, memphisbotanicgarden.com. Jun 21: Tuesdays on the Terrace: My Big Backyard BBQ. Celebrate summer at a down-home cookout, featuring music by Minor Street Strings and a selection of festive party wines and beers. 6–8p, $35. Memphis Botanic Garden, RSVP 636-4131, memphisbotanicgarden.com. Jun 24: Taste of Caribe. Rich and spicy Caribbean cuisine, fine cigars, and open bar at this fundraiser for the International Children’s Heart Foundation. 7–10p, $50. Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects, 1500 Union, 869-4243, anfa.com. Jun 24: An Evening to Plant Faith. African Singers, heavy hors d’oeuvres, wine and beer, and silent and live auctions featuring weapons from Masai warriors and more. Benefits Planting Faith. 6:30–9:30p, $25. Le Pavillon, 1052 Brookfield, 683-5986, plantingfaith.org. Jun 24: South Main Trolley Tour. Explore the historic arts district as shops, restaurants, and art galleries open their doors, displaying unique art merchandise and cuisine. Get patriotic for this “I . The USA”-themed evening. Every last Friday, 6–9p, free. South Main between Vance and St. Paul, 578-7262, southmainmemphis.Org. Jun 24: An Evening Stroll through Elmwood. Take a twilight walking tour through the grounds of the cemetery and brush up on Memphis history. 6:30p, $15. 824 S. Dudley, RSVP 774-3212, elmwoodcemetery.org. June 29: Patriotic Pops Concert. Join Kallen Esperian, members of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and Second Presbyterian Church’s Chancel Choir for this exciting evening of patriotic tunes, Gershwin, and more — with plenty of opportunities to sing along! 6:30p, free. Second Presbyterian Church Sanctuary, 4055 Poplar, 454-0034, 2pc.org.
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