Friends of Williamson County Animal Center (Friends of WCAC) has announced the second annual Pawsome Gala will be held Saturday, March 28 in Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin.
The Franklin Noon Rotary Club does things in a big way. Take, for example, the Franklin Rodeo, the Great Americana BBQ Festival and the annual Super Bowl pork butts and beef tri-tip fundraiser.
After the November 1864 Battle of Franklin, several federal commanders, including Generals John Schofield, David Stanley, Jacob Cox and Emerson Opdycke, all claimed credit for their “victory.” Opdycke and Cox especially conducted a post-war debate which ultimately ended their friendship.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library will hold their first quarterly book sale of the year at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library from Friday, Jan. 17-Sunday, Jan. 19.
For some, the start of a new year isn’t just an end of the holidays or the changing over to a new calendar. It’s a means to set new boundaries and redefine the expectations of the coming months.
In the third concert of the 2019-2020 Masterworks Series, the Gateway Chamber Orchestra will perform “Gran Partita” on Jan. 27 at The Franklin Theatre.
Give cheers to the new year (and decade) at the newly opened Harpeth Hotel in Franklin at the inaugural New Year's Eve bash Bet on 2020, a casino night featuring poker, blackjack and craps tables, Southern contemporary bar bites and sweet treats, handcrafted cocktails and live music.
The Leiper’s Fork Christmas parade, known for its quirkiness, again drew people from all over the country as thousands descended on the small village on Saturday to take part in or simply watch the wackiness.
Puckett’s Gro. in downtown Nashville and downtown Franklin and Deacon’s New South will host special dinners and events on New Year’s Eve, each offering a festive celebration for guests to welcome the start of 2020.
Amid the hustle and bustle of shopping, decorating and socializing, sometimes the meaning of the Christmas is forgotten. Advent is a season of preparation for and expectation of the coming the birth of the Christ child, the savior of man.
One of the best things about Christmas is how it brings families together, even the dysfunctional ones, giving Christmas a chance to remind us all what is really important.
Studio Tenn unveiled its holiday gift to Franklin on Dec. 6 with a stunning production of Rogers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella,”directed by Benji Kern, who is also Studio Tenn’s associate artistic director.
In its 35th year, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s Dickens of a Christmas is embracing the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future as it celebrates the classic elements festival-goers have known and loved, introduces new pieces and hopes to continue new traditions come yea…
The annual Franklin Kiwanis Christmas Parade through downtown Franklin, “was the biggest parade we ever had,” said parade co-chair Gary Luffman.
As part of its 10th season, Studio Tenn is presenting a delightfully magical multimedia production of Rogers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” for the Christmas holidays.