Williamson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

1. New Hope Academy Farmhouse Tour  

New Hope Academy

WHAT: Enjoy an intimate tour through one of Franklin’s finest new homes as a part of a fundraiser for New Hope Academy. This custom-built 6,000 modern farmhouse has been beautifully decorated by a local celebrity designer so you’ll walk away inspired with new ideas for your own home. All proceeds from ticket sales and donations, go directly to supporting the New Hope Academy scholarship fund. So come out and have fun while giving to a great cause. Purchase tickets online here. 

WHEN: Saturday, June 23 – Sunday, June 24, 10 a – 6 p

WHERE: 4108 Trinity Road, Franklin

2. George Dickel Porch Session

George Dickel

It’s the last summer porch session at George Dickel Tennessee Whisky distillery featuring the music of Paul Cauthen and The Texas Gentleman. Cauthen just released new music on Friday and if you like the sound of Johnny Cash, this artist is the one for you. Purchase tickets online  here.

WHEN: Saturday, June 22, 5:30 p – 8:30 p

WHERE: George Dickel, 1950 Cascade Hollow Road, Tullahoma, TN

3. Bike Ride for Good Sake 


 WHAT: Meet at the Tennessee Children’s Home in Spring Hill Saturday morning for a scenic ride through Williamson and Maury County. Registration starts at 8:30, kickstands up at 9:30. There will be five stops with games and prizes ending back at the Children’s Home for lunch at noon. Cost is $25 per bike and $10 per passenger.  All proceeds benefit at-risk children and youth at the Tennessee Children’s Home.

WHEN: Saturday, June 23, 8:30 a – noon

WHERE: Tennessee Children’s Home, 804 Branham Hughes Circle, Spring Hill

4. Crocket Park Concert Series

Crockett Park
credit-City of Brentwood

WHAT: Grab your chairs and blankets, and bring your family to the Brentwood Summer Concert Series on June 24th where Dangerous Dan & The Funk Town Horns will be performing. No tickets required – free to the public. Food trucks will also be in attendance again this year beginning at 5 p.

 WHEN: Sunday, June 24, 5 p

WHERE: Crockett Park, 1500 Volunteer Pkwy, Brentwood

5. Heritage Foundation Cornhole Tournament 

credit-Heritage Foundation


WHAT: Join the Heritage Foundation’s Next Gen members on Saturday, June 23 for a Cornhole Tournament fundraiser. Proceeds go toward the Heritage Foundation’s next preservation project, the Lee Buckner schoolhouse.

Enjoy live music, family-friendly activities, food trucks, home-brewer beer selections, retail vendors and more. Put together a few two-person cornhole teams and compete to win $200 or just come enjoy the fun.

The event is free to attend. $50 per two-person team. $200 prize to the winners.

WHEN: Saturday, June 23, 4 p – 8 p

WHERE: Old, Old Jail 112 Bridge Street, Franklin