Join us July 23 at Nashville Farmers’ Market
This isn’t just any front-yard lemonade stand.
Just ask the 29 girls age 8-14 who’ve developed a full business plan; perfected and scaled a lemonade recipe (and booth display); and built a website and suite of marketing materials – all for Girls to the Moon’s “lemonade business lab” at Nashville Farmers’ Market.
The stand, complete with hand-squeezed lemonade, “customization lab” with fresh herbs and berries, and girl-created T-shirts, logos and posters, is the culmination of a three-part entrepreneurship program designed to help Nashville girls own their confidence, execute their big ideas, and work together to achieve success.
““I think the entrepreneur class hosted by Girls to the Moon was a unique experience,” said Jodi Asadourian, whose daughter Sasha joined us for the fun. “I think it’s fantastic for her to have the opportunity to work with a bunch of other girls on a creative project such as the lemonade stand.”
Sasha helped with taste testing, business planning and scaling the lemonade recipe in a way that would serve and appeal to a large audience.
“My favorite part was testing out the different lemonade recipes to figure out which one tasted best,” Sasha said.
Our menu for July 23!
The Girls To The Moon Lemonade Stand takes place 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, July 23, in Farm Shed 1 at the north end of the Nashville Farmer’s Market, with the following menu (approved by girl entrepreneurs).
- Hand-squeezed lemonade: $3
- Herbal or berry add-ons: $1
- Bottomless, hand-painted mason jar: $7
- Lemonade, lemon and strawberry popsicles from PopWorks: $3
Proceeds go toward scholarship tickets to Girls To The Moon’s September 24 “campference,” a day-long event bringing together inspirational women, girls, and their caregivers to talk about topics ranging from health and wellness to creativity and innovation.
Thanks to our sponsors!
Girls To The Moon would like to thank the many community leaders from Pathway Women’s Business Center, Jumpstart Foundry, Walk Eat Nashville, Life Is Organized, Nashville Farmers’ Market and sponsors Raven Tools, PopWorks and Plato’s Closet who helped guide the girls throughout the process of building the lemonade stand business from start to finish.