The Franklin Art Scene — the monthly art crawl showcasing local artistic talent — is offering guests the chance to travel around Downtown Franklin from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 3, filling up their “passports” at all participating venues.
Guests will receive a “passport” card during the event. Those who visit and receive a stamp at each location will be entered to win an evening out in Franklin, including a $75 gift certificate to 55 South and two tickets to a movie at the Franklin Theatre.
Temperatures may be chilly, but guests won’t have to brave the cold for too long. The Toasty Trolley will run during the free event, serving hot drinks and allowing art lovers to hop on and off around the 16-block historic district. Coordinated by the Downtown Franklin Association, the February Art Crawl will feature eight participating locations in and around downtown.
In addition to warm refreshments, drinks and live music, Art Scene locations are slated to offer a sweeping variety of work, ranging from vintage-style lamps and turned wood to detailed sketches and original paintings
The Antiques and Garden Show will take place on February 3 – February 5 at the Music City Center in Nashville. It’s one of the largest shows in the country with exhibitors from all over the nation, including two from Franklin. Avec Moi on Main Street and Scarlett Scales Antiques will have booths at the show, along with other vendors showcasing garden spaces, horticultural items and antiques.
Don’t miss the annual Summer Camp Adventure Fair, presented by Nashville Parent. Admission is free! Now’s the time to start planning your youngster’s summer fun. Representatives from nearly 75 residential camps, local day camps and summer programs for ages 4 – 18 will be on hand to speak with families about what they have to offer, spanning the spectrum from arts to sports to outdoor activities. The fair is also an excellent outlet for older kids to seek out camp counselor opportunities. Prizes will be given away during the day, and kids can enjoy face painters, balloon artists and more fun entertainment.
If you’re looking for a Super Bowl party to attend, this is a great event, as it benefits Bridges Domestic Violence Center. The Oak Lake Charity Bowl is a pre-Super Bowl Party, so you’ll also have time to attend another party later in the evening.
The event includes pre-recorded football, food, silent auction, chili cook-off and live entertainment. Tickets are $15 and all proceeds will go to Bridges Domestic Violence Center in Franklin, Tennessee.
Watch the Big Game between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday with all of your favorite football fixins at Scout’s Pub.
Just for the occasion, enjoy a combo platter of Scout’s Front Street Fries and Chorizo Nachos, 16 BBQ Chicken Bites and a Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza for just $35. Order in-house and watch the game or place a to-go or delivery order to enjoy it all at home. It’s the total package!
Call Scout’s at (615) 721-5993 to get ready for the Big Game and place your order.
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