Fall Break is Coming


Are you prepared to entertain your children during fall break? Many families do not travel during this time so let us give you a few ideas to keep your family busy. Tie Dye T-Shirts will meet on Friday, October 19th from 1-3 P.M. Bring $12 and two 100 percent cotton shirts for your 8 and older brood to the Franklin Rec Complex.

Be sure to call and register in advance, (615) 790-5719 ext 10.
The Scream-Artist Inspired Painting session is still October 22nd. Ages 6 to 9 meet from 9 A.M. to 10:30 A.M., and ages 9 and older meet from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 P.M. at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd. The class fee is $25, with an additional supply fee of $5 payable to the instructor, Lindsay Richardson.

Call (615) 790-5719, ext. 10 to register.
Don’t forget to look into all the possibilities through Franklin on Foot. The Lotz house has teamed up with the tour to offer a look into the haunting left from that night of death and destruction on November 30, 1864. History is written all over the beautifully restored c. 1858 home, dubbed “The Second-most Terrifying Place in America” by the Travel Channel in 2010. The tragic tales Margie Thessin and her crew share will chill visitors as they view the house filled with period furnishings and decoration, along with the bloodstains and scars from that awful night.

Find out more at www.franklinonfoot.com
Are you less into scary and more up for music? Try the Nashville Glee for Angel Tree event. Centennial High School and Independence High School are part of the evening so support their choir programs and a good cause on October 21st at the Grand Ole Opry House.


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