Tennessee Brewery Untapped, Thursdays-Sundays, 6:00pm-11:00pm

495 Tennessee St.(Downtown Memphis), FREE ADMISSION

Every Thursday through Sunday from April 24 through June 1, the Tennessee Brewery will be converted into a beautiful beer garden with local craft beers, food trucks, pop-up retail, live music, and more. This event will only take place for a short period of time due to the owner’s inability to sell the property to a suitable buyer. If no one purchases the property by July, the owner is going to demolish the building.


Using Digital Media to Connect and Build, Tuesday, May 20 (See Attached Flyer)

 Connecting the Dots

Invest In You Workshop, Saturday, June 7, 11:00am-12:30pm

This workshop will be led by Adrian Davis, Frank C. Davis & Associates in Nashville, TN. He’s making a special trip down to share helpful and practical investment tips for YPs, regardless of your income. The amount of money you earn is not the only factor that determines your financial future. How that money is put to work has a much larger role that you could ever imagine! Take control of your finances and build wealth through an interactive, practical and unbiased learning experience. Limited Seating: RSVP at president@mulyp.org.

Invest In You


National Civil Rights Museum Mixer, Thursday, May 22, 6:00pm-8:00pm

Hosted by the Memphis Chapter – National Black MBA Association​

450 Mulberry Street,  $20.00 Admission

Includes private group tour and networking reception. Purchase tickets online, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rediscovering-our-history-tickets-11620560409


MULYP Night Out with Rickey Smiley, Friday, June 20, 8:00pm

Cannon Center for Performing Arts, 255 North Main St.

Enjoy an evening with premier seating for MULYP Group (Open to Members and Non-Members) Call Tommie Thompson(901)576-1269 to receive special discounted tickets.


SugaShack Lounge, 8:00pm-11:00pm

Celebrating Black Music Month, June 6 – June 28

150 Monroe Ave, Memphis, TN 38103

4 weekends of honoring the legendary work of artist such as Marvin Gaye, Teddy Pendergrass, Al Green, Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, Maurice White, Aretha Franklin, Pattie Labelle, Michael Jackson and many more.