I have watched rodeos on TV and have always been amazed at how those cowboys are able to stay on their crazy horses for so long. To see it in person at the Franklin Rodeo was even more astounding. My son and his friend had an especially good time at the Franklin Rodeo.
Franklin Fun Stuff
Looking for some fun things to do in Franklin, Tennessee? Local residents share their favorite things and bucket-list items for locals and visitors alike. See where to stay, where to eat, and what to do while you’re here!
Where I grew up in Florida, there were no parks like Aspen Grove Park to speak of where you could walk, run or bike. And, certainly, there were no bubbling streams and golf courses along the path. It’s easy to take for granted some of these parks right in our backyard. So don’t. Take advantage of them and see for yourself… we live in a beautiful place!
Art from all mediums and genres will be displayed on March 20, 2008 from 6 – 10pm at the Franklin Factory. Proceeds from the art sales will be donated to The Minnie Pearl Scholarship program.
Looking for something fun to do in Franklin, TN today?… Tomorrow?… Next weekend?… Or next month?… Start here to find upcoming events taking place in Franklin Tennessee and the Nashville area.
Tis the season for checking out Franklin, Tennessee’s holiday light displays. One interesting way to see all of the Christmas lights is to hop on the Franklin Trolley and let them chauffeur you through the town to gaze at all of the glittering decorations. Here’s the scoop…
The Drachenburg Folklore Festival is a Renaissance / Fantasy / Folkloric styled event that will be held in Jamison Hall at the Factory in Franklin, Tennessee on November 4, 2007.
My aim here is simply to give new residents or visitors in the Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee area an honest review and some idea of what they can expect to find upon their first visit to the Warner Dog Park or Maggie’s Park Park — aka The Franklin Dog Park.
Here’s what you can expect to see when you go to the Franklin Dog Park — also known as Maggie’s Bark Park — in Williamson County. Or, if you go to the Warner Dog Park — part of the Percy Warner Parks system between Brentwood and Bellevue in Nashville. Lots of photos!
They’ve announced that they’ve fixed a number of the ‘problems’ that crept into the past two year’s Williamson County Fairs. This year’s Fair looks like a sure hit. Two thumbs up!
The following parks and trails in Franklin and Williamson County Tennessee are currently being built. Here are details, maps, and park renderings to get a better of idea of what and when these new parks will be opening.