Happenings in and around Franklin, TN

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Tucked away on 160 acres in Northern Williamson County, is a private non profit wildlife sanctuary.  Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary does not have regular visiting hours, but  runs great programs on a regular basis.  Hoots and Hayrides takes place this weekend, October 10, 2010 from 1pm to 5pm.  Chec...
10/12/2010
Alright, I admit it.  Technically it's not Williamson County.  But....it's close enough and interesting enough to warrant a mention!  Rippavilla Plantation is located in Spring Hill, TN (yes, it IS Maury County) at 5700 Main Street (US Highway 31, just across from the Saturn Plant).   Rippavilla ...
10/12/2010
Cooler weather, pumpkins, farm animals, hayrides, corn mazes and a bit of local history.  Where can you get all of this and more for just $6.00 per person for the activity area?  Gentrys Farm of course!  Gentry's Farm has been owned by the Gentry family for 150 years.  The farm consists of approx...
10/12/2010
What has become a yearly tradition is almost upon us.  Fiendish ghouls are brought to life by the Franklin High School Drama Club at the Williamson County Recreation Center every year during the "Haunted Trails of Horror". Come out and enjoy the "spooktacular" hayride fun near the Harpeth River. ...
10/11/2010
Fall has arrived and the time has come!  the 27th annual pumpkinfest is arriving on Saturday October 30, 2010 beginning at 10:00 am. in downtown Franklin, TN. This year, the pumpkinfest festival will be kicked off by the first annual Battle of the Barbeque starting on October 29 and continuing on...
10/11/2010
Racing, jumping, obedience, and man's best friend!  Come out to the Williamson County Ag Expo Park on October 7-10 to watch the Nashville Dog Training Club's Dog Agility Trial.  Admission is free, and it is taking place from 7am to 7pm (according to the entry brochure).   The Nashville Dog Traini...
10/11/2010
The Battle of Franklin.  One of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War occured right upon our doorstep here in Franklin, TN, with over 10,000 casualties in a five hour time period.   Come and get a glimpse of the life of a soldier during the Battle of Franklin in 1864.  The Battle of Franklin Tru...
10/11/2010
Theatre anyone?  Who doesn't enjoy a night of live entertainment?  While you have more than one choice in live theatre in Williamson County, TN, one of your choices should certainly be the Pull-tight Players.  All seating is general admission, with reasonable ticket pricing.  ($16.00 adults, $12...
10/11/2010
Take a Walking Tour of Franklin, TN. There are guided tours featuring History, Civil War, Cemetery Tour, Children's Tours, and even a ghost tour, and crime tours! Put on some comfortable walking shoes and enjoy Franklin in Foot. You will also be able to enjoy so many of the quaint shops Franklin ...
10/11/2010
Who doesn't love a little winter reminder?  Get out the skates, and head on over to A-Game Sportsplex.  Located at 215 Gothic Court, A-Game offers public skates on a daily basis. Don't forget to check the ice schedule first, though! No skates? No problem! Skates are available for rental at reason...
10/08/2010
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