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March 18 – Wednesday

Bunganut Pig: Adam Burrows 6PM

Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains!, Patrick Dougherty: Little Bitty Pretty One, Scholastic Art Competition and Exhibition, Charles Brindley: Trees of Myth and Legend 9AM-5PM

The Corner Pub: Live Music

Franklin on Foot: Ghost Tour 7PM (615-400-3808 for reservations)

Franklin Theatre: McFarland, USA 7PM

Frothy Monkey: Wine Down Wednesday 5-7PM

Kimbro’s Cafe: Live Music 7PM

Mickey Roos: Tom Shinness 7PM

Music City Roots: Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys, Evie Ladin & Keith Terry, Erik Deutzch and Wood and Wire 7PM

Puckett’s Boat House: Walker Wednesdays with Walker Hayes 7PM

Puckett’s (Franklin): Dustin Herring 7PM

Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Jack Daniel Hancock 7PM

 

March 19 – Thursday

Bunganut Pig: John D’Amato 7PM

Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre: I Take This Man at 8PM, Dinner preceding at 6PM

Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains!, Patrick Dougherty: Little Bitty Pretty One, Scholastic Art Competition and Exhibition, Charles Brindley: Trees of Myth and Legend 9AM-5PM

Franklin on Foot: Ghost Tour 7PM (615-400-3808 for reservations)

Franklin Theatre: Paddington 7PM

GRAYS: Hannah Holbrook 7:30PM

Kimbro’s Cafe: Foggy Minded Bluegrass Jam hosted by Doc Hawthorne 7PM

Mickey Roos: Radio Drive 7PM

Puckett’s Boat House: Capt. Whiz Bang Live Blues Radio Show 7PM

Puckett’s (Franklin): Emerald Blue 7PM

Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Open Mic Night 6PM

 

March 20 – Friday

Bunganut Pig: Austin Steele 7PM, 3 1/2 Men 9PM

Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre: I Take This Man at 8PM, Dinner preceding at 6PM

Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains!, Patrick Dougherty: Little Bitty Pretty One, Scholastic Art Competition and Exhibition, Charles Brindley: Trees of Myth and Legend 9AM-5PM

Cool Springs Brewery: Live Music 7PM

The Corner Pub: Live Music

Franklin on Foot: Ghost Tour 7PM (615-400-3808 for reservations) 

Franklin Theatre: Concert for Local WOunded Heroes 7:30PM

GRAYS: Karen Johns 9PM

Kimbro’s Cafe: Live Music 7PM

Mickey Roos: Austin Brothers 8PM

McCreary’s Pub: Live Music

Puckett’s Boat House: Carmen Brandy 7:30PM

Puckett’s (Franklin): Beaker Street Blues Band 7:30PM

Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Rebecca Correia 8PM

 

March 21 – Saturday

Amish County Market at the Feed Mill: Live Music 12PM

Bunganut Pig: Colleen Lloy 7PM, Charge the Atlantic 9PM

Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre: I Take This Man at 8PM, Dinner preceding at 6PM

Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains!, Patrick Dougherty: Little Bitty Pretty One, Scholastic Art Competition and Exhibition, Charles Brindley: Trees of Myth and Legend 9AM-5PM

Cool Springs Brewery: Live Music 7PM

Corner Pub: Live Music

The Factory at Franklin: Franklin Farmers Market 9AM-12PM

Franklin on FootGhosts of the Battlefield 6PM (615-400-3808 for reservations)

Franklin Theatre: Los Lonely Boys 8PM SOLD OUT

GRAYS: Fletcher, Bell, & Ward 9PM

Kimbro’s Cafe: Live Music 6PM

McCreary’s Pub: Live Music

Mickey Roos: Erik Bikales 12PM, Donnie Winters and Scott Rath 8PM

Puckett’s Boat House: Raven Cliff 7:30PM

Puckett’s (Franklin): Lucie Silvas & Friends 7:30PM

Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Ronnie Fruge 12PM, The Road Crew 8PM

Viva! NashVegas Radio Show: Live from Kimbro’s Cafe featuring Jesse and Noah, Willgsdon with the Sant Augustine Ramblers 11AM

 

March 22 – Sunday

Bunganut Pig: John Sutton 5PM

Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre: I Take this Man at 2PM, Dinner preceding at 12PM

Cheekwood Botanical Gardens: Trains!, Patrick Dougherty: Little Bitty Pretty One, Scholastic Art Competition and Exhibition, Charles Brindley: Trees of Myth and Legend 9AM-5PM

Franklin on Foot: Ghost Tour 7PM (615-400-3808 for reservations)

Puckett’s Boat House: Jake Corn 10AM

Puckett’s (Leiper’s Fork): Richard Starkey & Harpeth Ride 12PM

 

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Andrea Hinds
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.