FrankTown Open Hearts, a nonprofit that serves inner-city at-risk youth and their families in Franklin, will host FrankTown Festival of Lights, presented by Franklin Synergy Bank, from Nov. 22–Dec. 28 at Williamson County Ag Expo Center.
The Huff Project has finalized the lineup of top-tier talent for its second annual Songwriter Night, presented by Williamson Medical Center.
Ironically, Chaffin’s Barn Theatre opened the 1920s comedy “Singing in the Rain” on a very stormy night, but the slightly damp audience’s spirits were soon lifted with the delightfully funny musical on Hollywood movies facing the transition of “The Talkies.”
Some might argue it’s too early for Christmas music, but no one would say it’s too early for free food, community and a Christmas sale. That’s what Harpeth True Value owners Mike and Shelley Moeller are betting on, at least.
On Tuesday night, Nov. 5, TPAC opened with a wild ride of a multi-technical light show and musical, based on a favorite children’s TV show.
The city of Franklin will light up the downtown square Friday, Dec. 6, at the 2019 Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, and special guests are slated to join.
Some of Williamson County’s best artists will be on display during the 2019 Artist’s Studio Tour, a driving tour presented by the Arts Council of Williamson County.
This year’s Boots for Troops 5K, set for Saturday morning at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, will include the Red, White & Ruck for those who are up for a challenge with a twist.
Scouts with Troop 135 were up early Saturday morning preparing breakfast-related items for hundreds of attendees at First Presbyterian Church in Franklin.
VIP guests at Saturday’s Wine Down Main Street in Franklin were treated to a first glimpse of the Harpeth Hotel’s Riverside Ballroom.
The November Franklin Art Scene showcased a variety of talent in downtown Franklin on Friday at over 25 participating sites, including travel photography from Daniel White at Onyx and Alabaster.
The Franklin Parks Department’s annual Family Day, a free festival, is set for 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, at 239 Franklin Road, across the street from The Factory.
Grab a jacket and some friends and family for a brisk autumn Franklin Art Scene in downtown Franklin on Nov. 1 from 6-9 p.m. with more than 25 sites and a fabulous variety of artists.
Benji Kern, Studio Tenn's interim artistic director, has announced Crystal Bowersox's new autobio concert, featuring Carrie Tillis, Liam Searcy, Kit Bulla and more, will be at The Franklin Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 26.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s 36th annual Pumpkinfest, presented by Jackson, will return to downtown Franklin Saturday, Oct. 26, also coinciding with Franklin’s 220th birthday.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation will host Sirens and Sweets at the Fairview Recreation Complex on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The 21st Judicial District Recovery Court is hosting its ninth annual Recovery Court Community Breakfast on Monday, Oct. 28 from 7:15 to 8:30 a.m.
Studio Tenn hosted its One Night Only fundraising gala Friday in Liberty Hall at the Factory at Franklin, with Kay and Rod Heller serving as honorary chairs of the annual annual fundraiser.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee has announced “MasterChef” Season 9 winner Gerron Hurt as the 2019 Franklin Wine Festival celebrity judge.
Winner of the 2018 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, “Once on This Island” is the tale of Ti Moune, played and sung beautifully as an adult by Courtnee Carter.