What’s Happening in Williamson

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February 26 – Wednesday

Bunganut Pig: John Hayes 7PM
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains! The Scholastic Art Competition & Exhibition 9AM – 5PM
Franklin on Foot: Ghost Tour 7PM (615-400-3808 for reservations)
Franklin Theatre: 12 Years a Slave 7PM
Frothy Monkey: Wine Down Wednesday 5-7PM
Kimbro’s Cafe: Denton Music Showcase 7:30PM
Music City Roots: Roland White Band, The Gibson Brothers, Miss Tess & The Talkbacks, Foghorn Stringband 7PM
Puckett’s Boat House: Walker Wednesday with Walker Hayes 7PM
Puckett’s (Franklin): John Tomlin & Co 7PM
Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Brian Collins 7PM

February 27 – Thursday

Bunganut Pig: Franklin & Farris 6PM
Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre: “Always a Bridesmaid,”Matinee at 11PM, Dinner at 6PM & Show at 8PM
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains! The Scholastic Art Competition & Exhibition 9AM – 5PM
Franklin on Foot: Ghost Tour 7PM (615-400-3808 for reservations)
Franklin Theatre: Frost/Nixon 7PM
Kimbro’s Cafe: Smooth Hound Smith 7 – 9PM, Amy Lavere & Motel Mirrors 9PM
McConnell House: Date Night Cooking Demo 6PM SOLD OUTPuckett’s Boat House: Zydeco Dance with YaYa 7PM
Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Creole Shrimp Boil & Open Mic Night 6PM

February 28 – Friday

Buganut Pig: RockAfeller 9PM
Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre: “Always a Bridesmaid” Dinner at 6PM & Show at 8PM
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains!, The Scholastic Art Competition & Exhibition 9AM – 5PM
Franklin on Foot: Ghost Tour 7PM (615-400-3808 for reservations)
Franklin Theatre: Frost/Nixon 7PM
Grays: Ambers Drive 8PM
Kimbro’s Cafe: Sam Hunter Band 8PM
Puckett’s Boat House: Blue Hollow 8PM
Puckett’s (Franklin): The Boomers 8:30PM
Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Raven Cliff 8PM
Wild Wing Cafe: 1/2 men  9PM

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Andrea has always loved the written word. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters in Creative Writing, both from Belmont University. Both sides of her family have lived in Williamson County for generations, so writing for Williamson Source is the perfect fit. She loves to hear stories of what Williamson County was like when her parents and grandparents were young and to write about this ever evolving county is truly special for her.