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From children and adults virtual programming to valuable classes for college funding, gentle yoga for health and an in-person blood drive, there is something for everyone over the next week at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library.
The Heritage Foundation will hold its 37th annual Main Street Festival on July 17-18 in response to health and government safety updates based on the COVID-19 pandemic, announced Heritage Foundation CEO Bari Beasley.
Thanks to a grant from the Williamson County Library Foundation, the walls in the children’s section of each of the six branches of the Williamson County Library system have been spruced up with unique murals created by Marin Brennan.
The African American Heritage Society will host its 20th annual Black Tie Event virtually on Saturday, Feb. 6, beginning at 6 p.m.
Amid the retail frenzy of season, a stroll along Main Street in downtown Franklin can certainly stimulate the senses, unleash sweet memories and give way to a smile or two.
Michael DelGiorno, a talk show host with WWTN-FM 99.7, will hosting a special holiday spectacular from 9 a.m. to noon Monday from the DelGiorno Jungle Room in Franklin.
In a year of unprecedented firsts, Studio Tenn is celebrating the holidays with a cheerier first: a livestream night of music to raise funds for the nonprofit.
A spirited crowd of people, encouraged by sunny skies and warm weather for early December, gathered along the roadway through The Park at Harlinsdale Farm on Saturday to watch 35 uniquely decorated trucks, trailers, classic cars and other entries — including a couple horses and adoptable dog…
The Gateway Chamber Orchestra (GCO) will present Beethoven@250: Humanity in 2020, a free streaming online musical event celebrating composer Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday, on Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m.
For FrankTown Open Hearts, the holiday season is a time of community and service, and the local nonprofit is almost ready for the community to join in on two of its annual Christmas events.
The Franklin Parks Department will host a drive-through Christmas light display at Eastern Flank Battlefield Park on Dec. 4 and 5 from 5-8 p.m. each night.
This year has been one of many postponements and cancellations, but one Franklin resident decided to take matters into her own hands when the Kiwanis Club of Historic Downtown Franklin decided to cancel its annual Christmas parade.
Traditionally, thousands of people would flood Franklin Public Square for the annual Franklin Christmas Tree Lighting, but with the COVID-19 cases surging across the country, in Tennessee and the Williamson County community, city leaders decided to host a virtual tree lighting event this year.
Franklin firefighters will escort Santa Claus and his sleigh through more than 50 Franklin neighborhoods on the four Saturdays between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
As the start of the holiday season approaches, the Brentwood City Commission and city staff are looking forward to participating with residents in holiday events that will be a bit different than usual.
High Hopes Development Center will host its 11th annual Strings, Stories & Supper (formerly Strings & Stories) fundraiser Saturday, Dec. 12, with a new twist designed to overcome the challenges of 2020.
The Lotz House will host the reenactors from the 33rd Alabama regiment on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 4 and 5 for the fourth annual Living History event.