Williamson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

1. Bump to Baby

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WHAT: Tennessee Family Doulas and Events by Goldman are teaming up this winter to present Bump to Baby Franklin – a unique and highly curated baby fair.

Bringing together over 35 vendors, Bump To Baby Franklin is a creatively curated, detail oriented baby expo designed for a new generation of moms, dads, and loved ones who are seeking education, new resources, and style in their journey to and through parenthood. Bump to Baby is curated for everyone: expectant parents & new parents, men & women, couples, singles, friends, family, and, of course, for bumps & babies.

Tickets are available now via Eventbrite -$10 online & $15 at the door. Children 12 & under are FREE.

WHEN: Saturday, Jan, 27- 10 a – 5 p

WHERE:  Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin

2. Family Geocaching Day

 

WHAT: Go geocaching at Owl’s Hill! Geocaching is a highly popular, worldwide treasure hunt game. Geocaches are hidden in containers that can be found using a GPS or smartphone. We have new sites set up that are ready to be found. This is also a fantastic way for new geocachers to get acquainted with the game. Hike around in the woods and see what you can find! Sign up to reserve your spot.

WHEN: Saturday, Jan. 27, 10 am – 2 p

WHERE:  Owl’s Hill Nature Center, 545 Beech Creek Rd S, Brentwood

3. Nashville Ballet

 

WHAT: Williamson County Parks and Recreation and Academy Park are excited to bring the Nashville Ballet to the Academy Park Performing Arts Center in Franklin, Tennessee to perform “Frank.”

In this brand-new ballet, a disfigured young boy named Frank N. Stein goes to a new school and realizes that he looks different than the other kids. As Frank navigates through the stereotypical cast of high school characters, he uncovers the insecurities that live within us all—and that we’re more alike than we are different. Stick around for a post-performance discussion with a family counselor designed for both parents and children with tips on how to empower teens when faced with social and emotional challenges.

Tickets on sale now! $18 for adults, and $12 for children 12 and younger.

WHEN: Saturday, Jan. 27, 6 p – 8 p

WHERE:  Academy Park, 112 Everbright Avenue, Franklin

4.  Sara Sells

 

WHAT:  It’s a once-a-month warehouse sale and shop furniture, home decor, lighting, rugs, and more up to 60% off retail pricing. NEW TO THE SALE this monnth- Jute Rugs and 12 additional rug patterns. They will also have new chair styles, loveseats, consoles and more.

WHEN: Saturday, Jan. 27, 8 a – 1 p, Sunday 1 p – 4 p

WHERE: 8436 Horton Highway, College Grove

5. Franklin Theatre

 

WHAT: See Charlie Worsham on a stage and you immediately understand what he understood from the beginning: It’s where he’s meant to be. For him, music wasn’t just a thing, it was the only thing. “I kind of feel like I didn’t have much choice. The songs… the playing… those were the only things that ever really kept my attention.” As a ridiculously talented multi-instrumentalist and student of great songs, he’s developed a unique modern country sound built around the traditional acoustic instruments he grew up on.

For the last two years, he’s divided his time between writing songs, being an in-demand studio musician for other artists and playing his music live – sharing stages across the country with Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert and others. Purchase tickets here.

WHEN: Saturday Jan. 27, 8 p

WHERE: 419 Main Street, Franklin

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