Williamson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

1. “The Butler Did It” Presented by Bethlehem Players

The Butler Did It


WHAT: Kick off your fall fun with a comedy that parodies every English mystery play ever written with a decidedly American flair when  “The Butler Did It” is being presented by the community theatre troupe, Bethlehem Players, on November 2-11, in the Grassland area of Franklin at Bethlehem United Methodist Church.

The murder-mystery genre has seen a resurgence in popularity and the Bethlehem Players are paying homage to the genre by presenting a comedic parody of the murder-mystery genre with their own hilarious twist!

Local actors as well as Nashville theater veterans make up the cast including Elizabeth Hayes plays Miss Maple, a female sleuth direct from the pages of Christie’s Miss Marple novels. Joining Miss Maple are Kari Caldwell, Preston Crook, Beth Henderson, Lori Hetherington, Jim Maden, Brett Myers, Caroline Nelson, Janie Varn and Nashville radio veteran, Pat Reilly, seen most recently on Bethlehem’s stage as Scrooge.

“The Butler Did It” is presented November 2, 3, 8, 9, 10 at 7:00 p.m. and November 11 at 2:00 p.m. With limited seating, $15 per person general admission tickets are available via www.bethlehemumc.com/drama.

During the intermission of each performance, patrons will have the opportunity to “Solve the Mystery” and be entered in a drawing for a gift card from local businesses.

WHEN: Friday – Saturday, November 2 -3

WHERE: Bethlehem United Methodist Church, 2419 Bethlehem Loop Rd, Franklin

2. Pizza and S’Mores Event in Thomspon’s Station

Pizza & S'Mores


WHAT: Join in for FREE pizza and s’mores at the community park in Canterbury. The fire pit is located next to the pool. Bring pets, kids and enjoy some good times with your neighbors and meet Mayor Corey Napier.

H. Clark Distillery will also be on hand offering a special treat- for adults only.

WHEN: Saturday, October 27, 8p

WHERE: 1508 Hampshire Place, Thompson’s Station

3. Nolensville Lantern Parade

Nolensville Lantern parade


WHAT: Celebrate Nolensville’s new trails and support the Trees and Trails Committee by attending the Lantern Parade. The parade will start at Nolensville park near the dog park and proceed along the trail to the Historic school and return. Donations requested to provide funding for the trails.

WHEN: Saturday, November 3, 6 p

WHERE: 2310 Rocky Fork Road, Nolensville

4. Wine Down Main Street

Wine Down Main

 WHAT: Wine Down Main Street 18 is set for Saturday, November 3rd. The “Best Night Out All Year” will take place from 7:00 to 10 PM. Lipman Brothers, Nashville’s oldest and largest distributor of wine and spirits is the official wine sponsor. This unique wine tasting event takes place along historic Main Street in Franklin, Tennessee. More than 30 shops will play host to wines from around the world. Participants taste wines, shop, and sample food from area restaurants all while listening to great live music. Proceeds from sponsorships and ticket sales for this event will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee. Purchase tickets online here.

 WHEN: Saturday, November, 3, 7 p

WHERE: Main Street, Franklin

5. Charles Esten Late Night Concert and Walk the Night Event

charles esten


WHAT: On Friday, November 2, Charles Esten hosts his 6th annual Light the Night Walk in Nashville benefitting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Immediately following the two-mile walk at Nissan Stadium, Charles kicks off his 5th annual Light The Late Night Concert featuring artists Chris Janson, Kellie Pickler, and duo Reverie Lane.

On Friday, October 25th, Charles released “Light The Night,” a brand-new anthemic single inspired by the Light the Night Walk, and brought to him by one of his team’s top fundraising walkers, songwriter Gene Rapisardi.  Soon to be on every major platform, “Light The Night” is currently available on iTunes. All proceeds from the song go to The Leukemia &Lymphoma Society and the fight against blood cancer. Charles says he looks forward to playing “Light The Night” live at the upcoming concert.

Held simultaneously in more than 200 cities across the country, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk funds treatments that are saving the lives of patients today.

Supporters are encouraged to join Team Addie and the upcoming events by signing up to walk or by making a donation via: http://bit.ly/TeamAddie2018.

Event Details:
-Nissan Stadium Address: 1 Titans Way, Nashville, Tennessee
-Parking: Nissan Stadium Lots A, B, C, D
-Registration Time: 5:30 pm
-Start & End Time: 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
-Charles’ Light The Late Night concert immediately follows the Light The Night walk.

WHEN: Friday, November 2, walk at 5:30pm

WHERE: Nissan Stadium, 1 Titatns Way, Nashville