1.Love the Dress
Feb 18, 8a-2pm
Church of the City, 828 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin 37064
On Feb. 18, Love the Dress TN’s 7th Annual Event will come to Church of the City, offering dresses for the prom or for other formal social events.
These gowns are donated by members of the community, area high schools, local department stores and bridal shops.
Love the Dress TN was created to help all girls be able to afford a formal for school or community functions as well as to help a local nonprofit with a monetary gift. The event also gives door prizes donated by local businesses, features makeup sessions by local beauticians, and offers how-to formal hairstyle presentations.
Studio Tenn’s season continues at The Factory in Franklin with the Broadway classic “The Elephant Man.” The show opened February 16 and run through February 26.
One of the most famous human prodigies of all time, Joseph Merrick has long been the subject of books, film and theatre. Better known as “The Elephant Man,” the story of Merrick has ushered inspiration and heart-wrenching performances for centuries.
Experience two of Arch 8’s most physically awe-inspiring works – “No Man Is an Island” and “Tetris” – featuring a gravity-defying combination of acrobatics, extreme physicality, and movement. How does it all fit together? First up is “No Man Is an Island,” which pushes the limits of possibility as one person climbs, stretches, and shifts his weight atop another without touching the ground. Then it’s “Tetris,” inspired by the addictive puzzle game and the twists and turns of a Rubik’s Cube, that has performers fitting, merging, stacking, and combining in various feats. If you’ve ever been a kid who can’t sit still – who wants to hurdle over furniture and scale the walls – “Tetris” is for you. It is about fitting into a group, but also staying true to yourself.
An adventurous teenager sails out on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey, Moana meets the once-mighty demigod Maui, who guides her in her quest to become a master way-finder. Together they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds. Along the way, Moana fulfills the ancient quest of her ancestors and discovers the one thing she always sought: her own identity. Rated PG
Here Come The Brides Bridal Show Team is hosting their 14th bridal show in Franklin. For brides and grooms to be, this is your opportunity to visit with over 50 vendors on a more intimate level. This is a great way to meet and get a feel for vendors that can make your visions come true.
The first 100 brides receive a free weekender bag or hand painted bridal wine glass.
For two tickets and more information visit http://www.herecomethebridesbridalshow.com/.
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