Williamson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

1. A Vintage Affair’s Grape Stomp 

 

WHAT: A Vintage Affair’s Grape Stomp is back again for another year on Saturday, October 13, 5 p – 8 p at The Factory in Franklin Pavilion located at 230 Franklin Road, Franklin. Those wishing to enjoy the event from the sidelines may purchase general admission tickets for $50. Wine, beer, food, and music will be plentiful, along with Four Roses Bourbon and a Signature Cocktail.

WHEN: Saturday, October 13, 5 p – 8 p

WHERE: The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin

2. Tim Williams (Trivago Guy) at Viva NashVegas

 

WHAT: Viva! Nash Vegas radio show is a free event on Saturday, October 13 at Kimbro’s Cafe. The free event will feature musical guests  Tim Williams, My One and Only, and Michael Bonagura from Bailie and the Boys. Brunch sandwiches and lunch will be available.

WHEN: Saturday, October 13, 11 a – 1 p

WHERE: Kimbro’s Cafe, 214 South Margin Street, Franklin

3. 2018 UAW Local 1853 Fall Fest

 

WHAT: The Fall Fest is FREE to attend and has FREE parking. There is an indoor Arts and Crafts Show, a Kids Zone, Music, the UAW-GM Motorsports “Buy American” Display, Food, Fun and much more.

WHEN: Saturday, October 13, 10 a – 6 p

WHERE: 125 Stephen P Yokich Parkway, Spring Hill

4. Restore Hyper Wellness Cryotherapy Grand Opening

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 WHAT: Visit Restore Hyper Wellness and try their health and wellness modalities designed to help you feel better and do more. On Saturday, take advantage of the promotions. Free Whole Body Cryotherapy, 50% off all other services and 20% off any of their memberships for life. Services they offer include: Cryotherapy, Infrared Sauna, Hyperbaric Chamber, IV Hydration Therapy, Compression Therapy and Cryo Facials.

 WHEN: Saturday, October 13, 9 a – 7 p

WHERE: 269 Franklin Road, Brentwood

5. Southern Festival of Books 

WHAT: Humanities Tennessee’s Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Words was first held in Nashville on the second full weekend (Friday-Sunday) in October 1989, and has been held annually on the same weekend since then. One of the first book festivals of its kind, it has inspired hundreds of similar book festivals throughout the nation and beyond.

The festival is a free event that offers readers and writers an opportunity to interact, to create a public community around a festival that promotes and celebrates the joy of reading and of lifelong learning. Each year the festival brings to Nashville approximately 200 of the nation’s and region’s most prominent authors, from legendary mystery writers to critically acclaimed debut novelists, from poets to biographers, from chefs to children’s authors. Every author on the program takes part in a session, either a solo reading or a panel discussion, followed by a book signing in the Book Signing Tent.

WHEN: October 12-14

WHERE:  War Memorial Plaza, 301 6th Avenue North, Nashville Public Library 615 Church Street, Nashville

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