Downtown Franklin merchants offer specials, Hop & Shop Trolley kicks off holiday route FRANKLIN, TN – Historic Downtown Franklin will support Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25 with special promotions and events, as well as the kick off for this year’s Hop & Shop Trolley with Mayor Ken Moore. “We love celebrating Small Business Saturday […]
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October at Timberland Park Williamson County Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce free events in October at Timberland Park. The 70+acre wooded park features an interpretive center with educational displays, hiking trails, an ADA accessible trail, picnic tables, and overlook and a butterfly garden. Admission is free. Timberland Park is located at mile marker […]
Limited Tickets Still Available for Shopping Sessions September 28 to October 1; All Ticket Sales Proceeds Benefitting The Nashville Food Project and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee WHO: Le Creuset, maker of trusted premium cookware WHAT: Le Creuset’s first Factory-to-Table sale event in Nashville, will happen next weekend at the Music City […]
Building on the ear-deafening enthusiasm generated across the state from the Nashville Predators run for the Stanley Cup Final, Lucky Ladd Farms in Rutherford County Tennessee has teamed up to create a Nashville Predators themed corn maze that they believe will have local hockey fans chanting. The four-acre corn maze pays homage not only to […]
Franklin Recreation Complex The word is out! You WILL get wet at the new Franklin Splash Park! The whole family will enjoy this new water play experience now open at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd. The splash pad is inclusive and accessible, featuring hours of water fun with 28 interactive features. Venture down […]
Introducing the Leiper’s Fork Farmers Market, celebrating the land and its blessings every Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30PM. The market runs until Nov. 16 and will feature local food, music and The Land Trust for Tennessee.
The CityFarmhouse Pop-up Fair, held the third weekend in June and October is a 2 day vintage and antiquing extravaganza featuring 80 hand selected vendors from all across the U.S. The Fair was named one of the top five events to attend in October by Southern Living, the top October event to attend in Tennessee by […]
The Williamson County Master Gardener’s Association (WCMGA) is teaming with the Franklin Farmers Market for the 2017 Garden Festival on May 7th at The Factory in Franklin. Admission for the festival is free and the event runs from 10:00am to 4:00pm on May 7th at The Factory at Franklin in downtown Franklin, TN. The Garden Festival […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 11, 2017) – Olive Vitality, which features the freshest infused olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars on tap is now open at CoolSprings Galleria. Located in the recently redeveloped District area between Kings Bowl and Ulta Beauty, Olive Vitality offers a variety of personal and group classes that engage and educate the […]
The Nashville Lawn & Garden Show will return to The Fairgrounds Nashville on Thursday, March 2, through Sunday, March 5, 2017. The four-day, indoor Show will celebrate Gardens of the Future with garden displays, lectures, vendors, floral designs, and some special features for children. “With this year’s show, we will showcase the traditional gardens our […]
The Williamson County Fair is gearing up for its 12th anniversary run August 5-13, and this time the summertime tradition will bring a little bit of New Orleans to Middle Tennessee. The “Barnyard Mardi Gras” edition of the much anticipated annual event will not only feature flourishes of the Big Easy, but also a host […]
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department invites area seniors (55+) to bring along their grandchildren to July bingo and potluck events at four locations. The events are free, but registration is required at www.wcparksandrec.com. July potlucks are: Tuesday, July 12 at the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, 2909 Commonwealth Dr. (activity #5821); […]
Applications Available for Citizens Government Academy Learn more about City of Franklin government procedures and decisions that directly affect you by becoming a member of the next Citizens Government Academy. The City of Franklin is accepting applications to the Academy, which provides insight into local government. The next session will begin on September 1, 2016. […]
City of Franklin Police Chief Deb Faulkner will be the speaker for Franklin Tomorrow’s Monday, June 13, FrankTalks lecture, presented by Vanderbilt University’s Office of Community, Neighborhood and Government Relations. Chief Faulkner leads the 160 men and women who make up the Franklin Police Department. These dedicated officers and civilian staff serve our customers with […]
The City of Franklin Parks and the Public Works Department is hosting the Touch a Truck event at Jim Warren Park (705 Boyd Mill Ave) from 5 – 8 p.m. It is free so bring the little ones down to play and explore the many street trucks and tractors. For more information, go www.franklintn.gov or call […]