> sign up for Herald e-news

Harpeth River Swing Festival set for the Harpeth on Oct. 5

Without a doubt, music and memories are made, in addition to furthering conservation, at the annual Harpeth River Swing in scenic north Williamson County, just outside of Grassland. 

On the evening of Oct. 5, folks will kick up their heels for the beloved Harpeth River and all of the rich resources it brings to the area.

The Harpeth Westover Farm, located at 2020 Old Hillsboro Rd., will be a vision of beauty as longtime patrons and first-time attendees make the trek to one of the county’s most pastoral areas.

Organizers say there will be a fantastic silent auction with items like a Rosemary Beach vacation package donated by Humphreys and Partners Architects. 

Here’s a new one for the auction block: bidders may vie for a beer tasting party to be held at their home by Little Harpeth Brewing Company.

Walton’s Antique and Jewelry has offered a fine necklace for the auction and Landscaping Design by Classic Outdoor Structures of Franklin has presented a helicopter ride as a bid item. 

Nissan has generously agreed to be a presenting sponsor, but there are several other businesses and firms lending a hand. 

For more information visit or call 790-9767.

A special feature of this year’s Swing will be an eight by 24-foot exhibit of artist Dennas Davis’ original work on canvas, showcasing the Harpeth River. Prints of this vibrant interpretation of one of Williamson County’s most cherished natural resources will be available for purchase. Davis is also founder of Firstlight Art Academy.

Posted on: 9/25/2013


WILLIAMSON HERALD :: 1117 Columbia Avenue :: P.O. Box 681359 :: Franklin, TN 37068
615.790.6465, phone :: 615.790.7551, fax ::

Copyright 2006, All rights reserved. ::
Privacy Policy ::
Advertise ::