1. Franklin High School Mistletoe Market
WHAT: Franklin High School Class of 2018 presents Mistletoe Market!
Warm up for the holidays with this festive holiday Market. Enjoy shopping for exceptional and unique holiday gifts, while you relish in the vision of delightful displays, sweets, and holiday treats.
This event is a fundraiser for Project Graduation, an all-night, alcohol and drug-free party exclusively for FHS graduating seniors. The event is held on graduation night at the school. The original Project Graduation event grew out of a wave of tragedies, 18 students were killed in drug and alcohol related accidents on graduation night. Graduation night and prom night are statistically the two most deadly nights for high school teenagers.
Mistletoe Market is organized and hosted by the Franklin High School Parent Association and is not endorsed by Williamson County Schools.
WHEN: Nov 11, 10a-4p
WHERE: Franklin High School, 810 Hillsboro Road, Franklin TN 37064
2. Williamson County Parks & Rec Holiday Arts and Crafts Show & Kar Klassic
WHAT: The 27th annual Holiday Craft Show and 14th annual Kris Kringle Kar Klassic takes place this weekend at the Williamson County Ag Expo Arena. This annual family event is presented by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) and features an invitational car and motorcycle show along with great holiday shopping, visits and photos with Santa, and a community band concert.
On Saturday and Sunday, up to 140 vendors will be participating in the craft show, with unique, handmade gifts, holiday and home décor, jewelry, apparel and other goodies made by local crafters and artists. Select holiday gifts for the whole family! Vintage and repurposed gifts, original art, pet items and more will be for sale at the show, so bring a shopping list. The craft show is sponsored by Nash 103.3, Milani Chiropractic and Whitt’s BBQ.
Admission is $2 per person, parking is free.
WHEN: Saturday, Nov 11, 9a-4p & Sunday, Nov 12, 12p-4p
WHERE: Williamson County Ag Expo Arena, 4215 Long Ln
3. Visit from Santa at Learning Express Toys
WHAT: Santa is coming to Learning Express Toys in Cool Springs. They will have supplies for the children to make their wish lists and an extra special Santa mailbox to mail their letters to the North Pole! This is a free event! Be sure to bring your cameras!
WHEN: Sunday, Nov 12, 3p-5p
WHERE: Learning Express Toys of Cool Springs, 420 Cool Springs Blvd, Franklin, 37067
4. 57th Annual Christmas Village
WHAT: It’s that time of year for the 57th annual Christmas Village, a shopping tradition in Middle Tennessee taking place in the heart of Nashville, the Tennessee State Fairgrounds are transformed into a shopper’s paradise with over 250 merchants, from around the country, selling their products to more than 25,000 enthusiastic shoppers. Christmas Village is not only about buying gifts or decor for Christmas – there is a diverse assortment of items to choose from, which is why this annual event continues to be recognized as the premier consumer show in the Southeast.
Single day tickets are available for purchase in advance for $8 from select Nashville area branches of SunTrust Bank. Tickets are $10 when purchased online at Christmas Village and at the door. Children age 9 and under are free.
WHEN: Friday, November 10 0 9:00a – 9:00p, Saturday, November 11 – 9:00a. – 6:00p and Sunday, November 12 – 12:00p – 6:00p.
WHERE: Tennessee State Fairgrounds, 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203
5. Santa at CoolSprings Galleria
WHEN: This weekend, Santa will be at the Galleria from 10a-9pm Friday Nov 10 & Saturday, Nov 11 and from noon to 6pm on Sunday, November 12. Please note that Santa takes a break to feed the reindeer from 1pm to 2pm and 5pm to 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays and from 3pm to 4pm on Sunday.
WHERE: CoolSprings Galleria, 1800 Galleria Blvd, Franklin, 37067.