Music lessons[ edit ] Musicians on the Vans Warped tour gave lessons. Percussive Marketing Council teamed up with the Vans Warped Tour and has given free drum lessons to the concert goers. These music lessons are for people who are learning to play drums for the first time.
When the only lottery was the one that Vans skating on air men who turned 18 played? Taking ballet or flamenco lessons from Albertine Maxwell and also Joy Zibart who taught Modern Dance to generations of Nashville girls. Zibart's pianist was Mr. There were dance lessons from the Nick Lambos Dance studio and regular dances at Fort Nightely followed by do-nuts across the street at Krispy Kreme.
There was also the Tweensters dances in West Nashville. The sound of squealing tires as the attendants delivered and parked cars in the Cain Sloan parking lot downtown? They would ride back upstairs on a chain lift. In grade school somehow we all brought in cigar boxes which held our school supplies and shoe boxes which could be decorated at Valentines to hold treasured cards.
Remember "milk break" in elementary school and when being chosen to wheel the milk cart to all the rooms was a big deal! Do you remember when they came by for a count on hamburger day in the cafeteria? Kids with extra money could order a second hamburger which was a big deal.
Do you remember when there were patrol boys at remote corners a few blocks away from the school? They had yellow flags on wooden poles and usually a patrol lady was there to supervise. Patrol girls only got to work at the school on the porch.
Do you remember leaving your prized bike in a bike rack at school and not even considering putting a lock on it? Did you ever ride your bike with playing cards stuck in your spokes with clothes pins? Teenagers mostly stayed out of trouble, occasionally "rolling" a friends house, drag racing or sneaking into the "Hoochie Coochie" shows at the Tennessee State Fair.
The State "reformatory" was at Jordonia, and being sent there was the ultimate threat that any school principal or other adult authority could issue to an errant youth. We were always much happier with a school visit by the Police Department rock band "The Blue Lights" than the youth officer.
The exclusive two-percent club at Hillsboro High School, whose members called themselves that after the principal said the school was great except for "two percent who were wild. Or at least the Metro Police thought so since they investigated the group and visited the schools to warn about the dangers of gangs.
In fact, the guys met at Griff's Hamburgers on Sunday afternoons and rode their small Hondas, Harleys, Sears Crusaires and Cushman Eagles around the area and were totally harmless.
Times were very naive and innocent back then. Toys in this period were very low-tech. Nashville's Kusan Toys made a very popular derringer replica cap-gun. Kusan also later made pop-guns that would fire ping-pong balls. In the late 50's every boy had a coon skin hat, replaced in the sixties by a beatle wig.
Kids traded baseball cards and marbles. Girls mostly played with Barbies after they came along in Prior to that Shirley Temple Dolls were really hot.
Building model cars was cool and Phillips Toy Mart had them all.
Phillips was also a great place to go for a small bottle of chemicals guaranteed to make your house or school hall smell like rotten eggs - if you knew what to get.
Most young boys carried pocket knives, even to school. Nobody even considered that they might be used for violence. It was a real accomplishment if you could throw a pocket knife and stick it in a tree trunk. Hardware stores had these great huge displays of pocket knives to ogle.
Boy scout knives were kinda lame in comparison to a slick pearl handled knife. To have your own whet stone was the ultimate. Everybody had at least one toy made by Wham-O.
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