Franklin art scene “scares up scarecrows”
The Franklin Art Scene’s first-Friday art crawl, which boasted a record attendance last month, will feature 30-plus participating locations in Franklin’s downtown core Friday, Oct. 4.
Many merchants will help celebrate fall by participating in a scarecrow contest to be launched during the art crawl.
Each Franklin Art Scene site has been asked to “scare up a scarecrow” near its front window or door.
The public will vote on its favorite one leading up to Pumpkinfest, October 26 through the Downtown Franklin Association (DFA) social media channels.
Locations are dispersed throughout downtown, and include the antique district and spots up and down Columbia Avenue.
There is no set starting point; Art Scene guests are encouraged to begin at any map location.
Trolleys circulate among all the stops throughout the night, and $5 buys an unlimited wristband to jump on and off at will from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
In addition to an online map and QR code, a Franklin Art Scene smartphone application is now available on Google Play. The download gives users up-to-date information on the upcoming art crawl and its locations.
For more information on the event or to download maps and applications, visit www.franklinartscene.com.
Posted on: 10/2/2013