The Battle of Franklin Trust’s History Summer Camp registration is now open.
“Little Women,” a novel by Louisa May Alcott, is based on her childhood in Concord, Massachusetts, during the Civil War. It is the warm story of the close-knit March family and four strong sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy — growing up with love but without much money in the 1860s.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s third annual Cornhole Tournament, produced by Next Gen Heritage Foundation, will be held on April 4 at Mill Creek Brewery in Nolensville.
The Middle Tennessee Chapter of Sisters in Crime is hosting a free afternoon writing seminar Feb. 29 at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library.
The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has kicked off ticket sales for the 2020 festival with the lowest two-day ticket price of the season at $155.
Studio Tenn is hosting a special premiere of Kate Hamill’s new adaptation of “Little Women” on Feb. 17 at Jamison Hall in The Factory at Franklin.
They look like three hairless, unemotional yet wild-eyed, shiny blue-skinned survivors of an atomic event. The Blue Man Group members are childlike and creatively curious, finding passion in splashing neon-colored paint with mallets on drums to crazy additive rhythms and drumming on long exp…
Studio Tenn’s new Artistic Director Patrick Cassidy said on opening night Friday, Feb. 7, their presentation of “Steel Magnolias,” based on strong women, would honor the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote.
A few dozen people sat down inside the Franklin Theatre Thursday night to watch the premiere of a documentary on the battle that shaped Franklin's history and the war that remains culturally relevant 150 years later.
The annual valentine’s dance in Leiper’s Fork is back, and folks are invited to put on their dancing shoes, celebrate love and support a good cause.
The Historic Franklin Masonic Hall Foundation has announced the Slave Dwelling Project, featuring founder Joseph McGill, will come to Franklin for the first time on Friday, Feb. 14.
Relaunching his theme-oriented concerts, local guitarist John Pavlovsky and his students will deliver Dawn of the Rock n' Roll Express, an homage to 1960s music legends Cream, on Friday, Jan. 31, at Franklin’s Mockingbird Theater.
Each year the African American Society’s Black Tie Affair recognizes a pioneer family — a family that can trace its roots in Williamson County back to the 1850s.
Made South is inviting food and whiskey fans alike to the winter edition of their Southern Whiskey Society on Saturday, Feb. 29 in Franklin.
Battle Ground Academy hosted its sixth annual Denim & Diamonds singer-songwriter night Saturday at The Factory at Franklin benefitting the BGA Parent Association.
Davis House Child Advocacy Center has announced former Major League Baseball pitcher and 2012 National League Cy Young Award winner, MBA and UT Alumnus R.A. Dickey will be the special guest speaker at its annual Button Ball gala presented by Andrews Transportation Group to be held on Saturda…
The African American Heritage of Williamson County has announced Brianna Mason, current Miss Tennessee, as the honorary chairperson for the 19th annual Black Tie Affair, to be held Saturday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. at the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department on Saturday rolled out its first ever Academy Park Talent Show to showcase budding Williamson County performers ages 7 to 17.