Tuesday, September 11, 2018 — Solo Parent Society is pleased to announce the first annual SoloStrong Celebration to be held on Saturday, October 6. This event honoring single parents and their kids will take place from 2 p.m.—6 p.m. at Church of the City (828 Murfreesboro Rd.) in Franklin. Admission is FREE for single parents and their kids! For all others, there is a suggested donation of $15. Single parents can register for free tickets now at SoloStrong.org.
The first annual SoloStrong Celebration will feature food trucks, games and inflatables, interactive crafts, family portraits, a massage station, face painting, S.W.A.T. and firefighter demos, giveaways and much more! There will also be special appearances by recording artist Jason Gray, master illusionist Bryan Drake, actor Cory Oliver (God’s Not Dead) and Focus on the Family author Robert Beeson.
Recognizing the strength and courage that it takes to be a single parent, Solo Parent Society set out to create a fun and inspiring one day event for single moms and dads and their kids.
"34% of U.S. households are parenting alone," says Solo Parent Society founder Robert Beeson. “Speaking from experience, overwhelmed single parents feel exhausted and isolated. At Solo Parent Society, and specifically at this event, we want to honor these solo families for the difficult load they carry with a fun and inspiring day to remember. We’ve come to understand that when solo parents come together, we can share strength and experience to help move forward in hope. We are stronger together."
The first annual SoloStrong Celebration is presented by Solo Parent Society, Convoy of Hope, Church of the City, KLOVE and WAY-FM.
About Solo Parent Society:
Solo Parent Society is a national platform by created by Robert Beeson in 2017. Solo Parent Society is by Solo Parents, for Solo Parents, and from first hand experience. The Solo Season is an overwhelming season that can also be transformational with the right tools and perspective. Our goal is to help equip and support Solo Parents to do more than just survive the solo struggles. We have seen individuals and families thrive in this season and we want you to experience the same. Solo Parent Society exists to build authentic community, provide powerful resources and offer support and relief. For more information visit www.SoloParentSociety.com.