2. Franklin Art Scene
The Franklin Art Scene returns to kick off the fall season on Friday, October 7. Guests will enjoy much-anticipated cooler temperatures while strolling through Historic Downtown Franklin for the free monthly art crawl.
In addition to viewing local works of art, attendees can help support their furry friends. A series of 12 paintings, featuring a variety of pups, created by artist Susan Frizsell will be sold to benefit the Agape Animal Rescue. This program provides loving, emotionally stable, and nurturing foster care for animals. Frizsell’s paintings will be available for purchase at The Registry at 347 Main St.
Another highlight for the October crawl will be Frank the Car, a colorful car painted by students at Firstlight Arts Academy. It will be displayed during the event on its final night of auction at Gallery 202 at 202 2nd Ave S. All proceeds from the auction will go to Franktown Open Hearts, a faith-based nonprofit that provides mentoring, tutoring, recreation and a hot meal to Franklin’s inner-city youth.
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