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Brentwood High School junior Thomas Day spent Tuesday conditioning with his football coaches and teammates, but later that night he and millions others tuned into NBC for the second episode of the popular TV show America’s Got Talent.
The Franklin Theatre, which has been closed to the public since mid-March in response to state guidelines regarding COVID-19, will reopen to the public on June 12 at 7 p.m. with a showing of “Monty Python and The Holy Grail” (PG).
Since the first Memorial Day service at Veterans Park in 2005, the opportunity for members of the community to gather and remember the nation’s deceased military veterans has been an important part of the day.
Lotz House Executive Director Thomas Y. Cartwright announced Tuesday the Lotz House will reopen on Monday, June 1 and will adhere to Tennessee’s COVID-19 guidelines and protocols for the safety of visitors.
For more than 30 years, summers in Brentwood have included Sunday night concerts at Crockett Park, however, the 2020 Summer Concert Series, including the July 4th concert and fireworks, will be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements.
Williamson County CASA held its annual fundraiser event, Voices for Children, virtually this year on Facebook Live, allowing viewers to support the organization and the children it serves online.
The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival announced Tuesday it is canceling its 2020 event, scheduled to be held Sept. 26-27 at The Park at Harlinsdale Farms in Franklin, due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Franklin Noon Rotary Club did not have its traditional Rodeo Week like it’s had for the past 70 years due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Williamson County Fair Board has announced the tough decision to cancel the in-person fair for 2020, though it is exploring different options to hold the fair while following Tennessee Pledge guidelines.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and Governor Bill Lee’s Executive Order No. 17 and The Tennessee Pledge, the annual Williamson County Memorial Day Service will not be held as a live event.
Williamson County CASA announced its first-ever online event, Virtual Voices for Children, sponsored by Jackson and The Sanders Family.
Franklin Tomorrow is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and Williamson, Inc. held a celebratory ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the occasion Thursday.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Franklin Tomorrow's May 11 FrankTalks program will focus on mental health awareness and response in Williamson County.
Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey on Thursday announced reopening plans for some of the amenities in city parks that were closed due to COVID-19.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) will gradually reopen a number of facilities with modified schedules, amenities and limited occupant capacities that meet social distancing requirements beginning Monday, May 4.
Studio Tenn, the professional regional theatre company in Franklin, is premiering a virtual talk show hosted by Artistic Director Patrick Cassidy and featuring exclusive interviews with acclaimed performing artists from Broadway, film and music.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s Annual Meeting and 52nd annual Preservation Awards have been rescheduled to Tuesday, June 16, from 5:30-7 p.m.