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Things To Do This Week in Franklin & Williamson County (Nov. 28 – Dec. 4)

Things To Do This Week in Franklin & Williamson County (Nov. 28 – Dec. 4)

Get into the holiday spirit with some fun local events! Keep reading for our recommendations on your next night out in Franklin and Williamson County (Nov. 28- Dec. 4)! Whether you are looking for the best way to kick off this Christmas season or a way to connect with the Franklin community, you will want to add these suggestions to your agenda. 

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Brightstone Christmas Program 9 (Nov. 29)

The annual BrightStone Christmas Program will be held in The Factory at Franklin on Nov. 29 at 6 p.m.. This free, family-friendly event features musical performances from Brightstone students and light refreshments. Enjoy the season with holiday music, food, and shopping with the Franklin community! 


The Commemoration (Nov. 29-30)

The Battle of Franklin Trust is offering free tours through Rippavilla, Carter House, and Carnton to commemorate the Battles of Spring Hill and Franklin on their 158th anniversaries. You are invited to learn about Rippavilla and The Battle of Spring Hill on Nov. 29 from 5 p.m.- 7 p.m. as well as Carter House, Carnton, and The Battle of Franklin on Nov. 30 from 5 p.m.- 7 p.m.. Join them as they show video introductions to these historical events and walk you through each home, offering you a little more understanding of Franklin’s history.


 Christmas Tree Lighting on the Square (Dec. 2)

The 2022 Christmas Tree lighting will be taking place this Friday from 6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. on the Franklin Public Square! The Freedom Intermediate School Honors Choir will sing at this event as well as special guest Matthew West! 


Art Crawl (Dec. 2)

The Franklin Art Scene will be holding their monthly art crawl this Friday! This free event showcases Williamson county’s local artists and allows the community to view and purchase all different types of art. Galleries and studios are dispersed throughout Franklin’s historic downtown and many offer refreshments and live music! Williamson Source offers art crawl guests free trolley rides circulating through all of the stops from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m.. Enjoy your Friday night with family and friends at the Franklin Art Scene’s art crawl! 


Holiday Spirits Cocktail Festival (Dec. 2)

Enjoy some festive cocktails and holiday music at Franklin’s Holiday Spirits Cocktail Festival this Friday from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m.! The Factory at Franklin will be hosting this Christmas event supporting TennGreen in conserving Tennessee’s beautiful land and wildlife. Tickets will provide guests with 12 sample-sized yuletide cocktails and a visit with Santa! Reserve your spot on the nice list at this festive cocktail festival benefiting our state’s conservation efforts! 


Franklin Christmas Parade (Dec. 3)

The annual Franklin Kiwanis Christmas Parade will be taking place this Saturday from 2 p.m.- 5 p.m.! This parade allows the community to come together and celebrate the Christmas season in downtown Franklin. The Franklin Kiwanis Club and the WCS Fine Arts Programs invite you to enjoy a day of holiday fun as we welcome Santa Claus to Franklin! 


Christmas in Brentwood (Dec. 4)

Brentwood Academy is hosting Christmas in Brentwood this Sunday from 3 p.m.- 7 p.m. to kick off the holiday season! This free event will include an array of Christmas activities including a nativity scene with live animals, a trackless train, bounce houses, arts and crafts, and the lighting of the Great Brentwood Academy Christmas Tree! There will also be live music from Point of Grace and visits from Santa and his elves. Complete with food trucks and a coffee bar, Christmas in Brentwood provides a fun time for the whole family! Brentwood Academy has partnered with the Nashville Rescue Mission for this event, so make sure to bring new undergarments to donate this holiday season!


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