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State Releases 2016-2017 Testing Information

State Releases 2016-2017 Testing Information

As the start of a new school year approaches, we know you may have questions about assessments, particularly in this time of change. We are pleased to pass along some updates that we received from the Tennessee Department of Education today. Maximizing instructional time and reducing testing is a priority for our state, which we believe is […]

Leave Fireworks to the Pros

Leave Fireworks to the Pros

Consumer fireworks and sparklers are not allowed in Franklin Leave fireworks to the professionals, says Fire Marshal With the 4th of July less than a week away, the Franklin Fire Department is reminding residents that consumer fireworks, including sparklers, are illegal in Franklin. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), more fires are reported […]

Closing the Learning Gap for Complex Children

Closing the Learning Gap for Complex Children

High Hopes Development Center is hosting Professional and Family/Caregiver workshops by Rett University: “Closing the Learning Gap for Complex Children – All Engaged, All Communicate, All Learn!” at Brentwood Baptist Church on April 16 & 18.  Children with complex disabilities who are severely motor challenged or non-verbal can often be overlooked regarding communication and academic […]

Easter in Williamson County

Easter in Williamson County

There are egg hunts and bunnies all over Franklin, Williamson County and Nashville in anticipation of Easter on Sunday, March 27. Use this guide to find out where to catch the Easter Bunny for a photo and where to find the eggs. There are activities for children scattered throughout town, so check out one near […]

Young Photographers display work in the Vice President’s Residence

Young Photographers display work in the Vice President’s Residence

National Geographic Kids and Dr. Jill Biden, second lady of the United States, announced a new collaboration to celebrate young photographers by exhibiting their work at the Vice President’s Residence in Washington, D.C. The Bidens have always displayed rotating art in the Vice President’s Residence for guests to enjoy, and this new project will showcase […]

Santa Claus is coming to town!

Santa Claus is coming to town!

He will be here before we know it. Now you and your children can track his progress on Noradsanta.org.

Spring Break Camp

Spring Break Camp

Camp Idyllwild, voted one of Nashville’s best day camps by readers of Nashville Parent Magazine last year, will be offering Spring Break Camps during the weeks of March 15 – 19 and April 5 – 9, which correspond to Davidson and Williamson county school Spring Break schedules. Campers who attend Camp Idyllwild in the spring […]

Kevin Wimpy Photography

Kevin Wimpy Photography

Kevin Wimpy Photography bringing you high quality portraits and wedding photographs to last a life time.  Be sure to check out Kevin Wimpy Photography’s Santa Special that includes a FREE 4 x 6 limited edition print! Kevin Wimpy Photography is the place to go if you want your portraits to tell a story.  Centrally located […]

Small Wonders Pre-School Program

Small Wonders Pre-School Program

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce a variety of ongoing children’s classes in October at the Longview Recreation Center, 2909 Commonwealth Drive in Spring Hill. Some classes require pre-registration and space may be limited. For more information about activities, call (615)302-0971, ext. 10, or view the Spring Hill monthly newsletter […]

H1N1

H1N1

Seasonal flu shots are available at many county health departments and other retail locations across the state. H1N1 flu vaccine H1N1 flu vaccine is being shipped to Tennessee in very limited quantities. Vaccine first will be available to high-risk people such as healthcare workers and pregnant women. Once more vaccine is available, it will be […]

October Activities

October Activities

Below is a list of our FAV activities this fall!  For all other events and happenings, check out FI’s comphrehensive calendar. Oktoberfest Six blocks of family fun includes live German music, arts, crafts, food, and a free children’s activity area featuring games, pony rides, face painting, a petting zoo and more. The event takes place […]

Hats Off to High Hopes

Hats Off to High Hopes

Hats Off to High Hopes is October 24th at Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.  Hats Off, a Songwriters Night benefiting the children of High Hopes, will have an amazing lineup this year! Keith Anderson–  Performer and co-writer of Top 5 hit, “I Still Miss You,” from latest album “C’mon,” and co-writer of Number 1 hit […]

Fall Back to Fitness

Fall Back to Fitness

For the perfect cure for new moms looking for variety in their fitness regimen, Stroller Strides of Nashville is proud to offer a “Fall Back to Fitness” free event, which will be held on Friday, September 18th at River Park (1100 Knox Valley Drive, Brentwood. Located accross from the Brentwood Library) at 9:15 AM. Unique […]

additional properties

additional properties

Featured Properties in July with Lisa Culp Taylor! Lisa Culp Taylor Realtor, Real Estate Consultant Lisa found a passion for construction and development while working for area builders and developers, such as The Jones Co. and Southern Land Co. She quickly rose within the organization to an executive level. As the original salesperson at the […]

Summer Day Camps 2009

Summer Day Camps 2009

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is ready to soar into the 2009 Summer Camp season!  This 7 week day camp of adventure, education, athletics, creativity and entertainment is offered Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., June 1st through July 17th (no camp on July 3rd), for youth ages 5 to […]