1. Unite Williamson Prayer Breakfast
WHAT: The second-annual event, themed “Rooted in Love,” aims to attract individuals and families to attend, meet neighbors from other backgrounds, and gain insights from shared perspectives and unified prayer for healing of the divides we face as a community and nation. Tickets are $5.
For tickets and additional information, please visit www.unitewilliamson.com
WHEN: Saturday, October 19, 9 a
WHERE: Eastern Flank Battlefield, 1368 Eastern Flank Circle, Franklin
2. Blues and Jazz at Rippavilla
WHAT: Join in for the Second Annual Blues & Jazz at Rippavilla on Friday, October 18th, at 6:30 PM. Musical performances by The Robert Edwards Band. Enjoy Food, drink, and free admission.
WHEN: Friday, October 18, 6:30 p
WHERE: Rippavilla Plantation, 5700 Main Street, Spring Hill
3. Haunted History at the Historic Hall
WHAT: Experience the mystery and mayhem that haunts Franklin’s oldest public three-storied building. Built in 1823, the hall served as the negotiation place for president Andrew Jackson and the Chickasaw nation and during the Civil War, became an army barracks, quartermaster’s office and hospital during federal occupation and the Battle of Franklin. Many of the soldiers, masons, and townspeople who spent their earthly lives here, continue to haunt the hall. Tickets are $20.
Buy tickets here.
WHEN: Saturday, October 19, 6 p and 7 p
WHERE: 115 2nd Avenue South, Franklin
4. Fall Colors Hike at Owl’s Hill Sanctuary
WHAT: Fall is upon us! This series of guided walks is just for adults and follows the progression of fall at Owl’s Hill. Walks begin promptly at 9:30. Cameras and binoculars welcome.
Register for hike here.
WHEN: Saturday, October 19, 9:30 a
WHERE: 545 Beech Creek Road South, Brentwood
5. Printer’s Alley Block Party
WHAT: First Ever Printer’s Alley Block Party. The neighborhood has officially arrived, and that’s cause for celebration. To mark the on-going revitalization and restoration of one of Music City’s most treasured landmarks, Dream Nashville is proud to present the first Printer’s Alley Block Party in collaboration with Lincoln Motor Company and neighboring local businesses situated along historic Printer’s Alley.
Local residents and visitors of all ages are invited to come out and celebrate the rich, colorful history of Printer’s Alley with a day of Nashville food, music and art from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 19. Musical guests include Nikki Lane, Bre Kennedy, The Daybreaks, Rayland Baxter, and more. Free event. Open to the public.
WHEN: Saturday, October 19, noon – 6 p
WHERE: 210 Printer’s Alley, Nashville