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The Frist Calendar of Events

The Frist Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events                 March 1–May 31, 2018 High-resolution images available. Please disregard previous versions of this calendar. This information is current as of February 27, 2018. Dates and programs are subject to change.   OF SPECIAL NOTE IN MARCH NOW OPEN! – Statewide Call to AP and IB Studio Art Students Thursday, March 1  […]

LARGEST STATEWIDE ROBOTICS COMPETITION THIS WEEKEND

LARGEST STATEWIDE ROBOTICS COMPETITION THIS WEEKEND

BRENTWOOD, TN—February 27, 2018 – More than 1,000 students from across the state will compete at Tennessee’s VEX Robotics Competition March 2 and 3 at Brentwood Academy with hopes of earning a spot to compete in this year’s 11th Annual World Competition in April. More than 100 elementary, middle, and high school teams from all […]

FRANKLIN ART SCENE WELCOMES A NEW SEASON AND MORE THAN 15 SITES ON FRIDAY, MARCH 2

FRANKLIN ART SCENE WELCOMES A NEW SEASON AND MORE THAN 15 SITES ON FRIDAY, MARCH 2

FRANKLIN, TN –  Franklin Art Scene is springing into a new, warmer season with another installment of the monthly downtown art crawl on Friday, March 2. More than 15 sites will participate in the event, which is hosted by the Downtown Franklin Association as a “tour of the arts.” Featured artists in the March Art Scene […]

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra Presents The Family Series: The Amazing Dulcimer with Stephen Seifert

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra Presents The Family Series: The Amazing Dulcimer with Stephen Seifert

    The Gateway Chamber Orchestra (GCO) is proud to present The Family Series: The Amazing Dulcimer with Stephen Seifert.    Last year the GCO performed Conni Ellisor’s Blackberry Winter featuring the world’s leading dulcimer soloist, Stephen Seifert. This year the GCO is tackling the regional premiere of the sequel, Broad Band of Light.    Based on Stephen’s extensive fan base […]

2018 Sizzle Award Nominations – Start NOW!

2018 Sizzle Award Nominations – Start NOW!

2018 Sizzle Award nominations! The infamous reader’s choice poll recognizing the “Best of the Best” businesses in Williamson County. Presented by FranklinIS and sponsored by the Williamson Herald, Southern Exposure Magazine and JLB for website support and services. This is our 11th year anniversary and it will be a big event with lots of new voters and businesses.  Will be exciting for all. […]

Historic Nashville, Inc. Hosts A Night of Songwriters on March 10

Historic Nashville, Inc. Hosts A Night of Songwriters on March 10

  Event Celebrates Preservation Organization’s 50th Anniversary    In celebration of its 50th Anniversary, Historic Nashville Inc. (HNI), the city’s nonprofit preservation advocacy group, will host A Night of Songwriters at legendary Green’s Grocery in historic Leiper’s Fork on Saturday, March 10.   “Historic Nashville exists to help keep Nashville unique, and there is nothing […]

Pinkerton Park Storybook Trail Opens Friday, March 2, 2018

Pinkerton Park Storybook Trail Opens Friday, March 2, 2018

There is a new way to read a story in the Park Franklin – The City of Franklin Parks department is partnering with Friends of Franklin Parks and the Williamson County Library to create a new opportunity for children and families at Pinkerton Park. On Friday, March 2 at 3:30 officials will cut the ribbon […]

Main Street Brewfest Announces Beer Lineup for St. Patrick’s Day Event

Main Street Brewfest Announces Beer Lineup for St. Patrick’s Day Event

More than 70 craft beers to make an appearance in Franklin on March 17 FRANKLIN, TN – The Downtown Franklin Association will host its popular Main Street Brewfest on St. Patrick’s Day this year, and with the luck of the Irish, guests will have the opportunity to participate in more than 50 tastings with more […]

Tech Savvy Parenting Workshop

Tech Savvy Parenting Workshop

This event is being hosted by The Franklin Clapham Group, a local non-profit with the mission of speaking into the culture of the day from a Biblical worldview on various subject matters. We host such event as forums, speakers, conversations, and topical events to engage and serve our community. The seminar, titled Tech Savvy Parenting, focuses on issues […]

Nashville Symphony Concert Announcement

Nashville Symphony Concert Announcement

Voices of Hope (March 26, 2018) – FREE Buddy Guy (July 17, 2018) Contact: Dave Felipe, Publicist Phone: 615.687.6565 dfelipe@nashvillesymphony.org   The following concerts have been added to the Nashville Symphony concert calendar. Now available for season ticket holders, donors of $500 or more and groups of 12 or more, public tickets for both events […]

SENIORS TO TRAVEL TO TOP GOLF 

SENIORS TO TRAVEL TO TOP GOLF 

Register now for March 23 trip Williamson County Parks and Recreation invites area seniors (55+) to a fun morning at Top Golf in Nashville. Enjoy one-hour of play at this unique golf facility. From their elevated bays, hit micro-chipped balls at large targets on a driving range and try to outscore your opponents. It’s all […]

Nashville Predators’ President Sean Henry to Speak at 29th Annual Boys & Girls Clubs Steak & Burger Dinner

Nashville Predators’ President Sean Henry to Speak at 29th Annual Boys & Girls Clubs Steak & Burger Dinner

FRANKLIN, TN – Sean Henry, President of the Nashville Predators, will speak at the 29th Annual Steak & Burger Dinner benefitting Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee. When he’s not interacting with fans, counting down until the next game, promoting Predators events or cheering for his favorite baseball team through his popular @PREDSident Twitter account, […]

Nashville Symphony Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant

Nashville Symphony Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant

$20,000 funding will support performances and recording of Jonathan Leshnoff’s Symphony No. 4 next month   Nashville, TN. (February 7, 2018) — The Nashville Symphony has been named the recipient of an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), part of more than $25 million in grants being distributed during the […]

Frist Center Presents “We Shall Overcome: Civil Rights and the Nashville Press, 1957–1968”

Frist Center Presents “We Shall Overcome: Civil Rights and the Nashville Press, 1957–1968”

  NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 13, 2018)—The Frist Center for the Visual Arts will present a selection of 50 photographs from the archives of The Tennessean and The Nashville Banner that document an important period in Nashville’s struggle for racial equality. The black-and-white photographs will be on display from March 30 through October 14, 2018 in […]

3rd Annual Wine in the Winter!

3rd Annual Wine in the Winter!

NASHVILLE — Looking for a Valentines Date for you and that special someone? Tickets for the 3rd Annual Wine in­ the Winter are on sale now at www.WineInTheWinter.com. Enjoy our Valentine’s Day special by using the code “FEB14” for $14 off your General Admission ticket purchases from February 9th-15th!   The event will be held on […]