LEGO® lovers rejoice. The Brick Fest Live LEGO® Fan Experience is filled with hands-on attractions and activities built to inspire, educate, and entertain and it will in Williamson County on January 21-22 at the Ag Expo Park in Franklin.
Enjoy an amazing LEGO world where you can marvel at giant creations and even build some of your own.The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience provides a venue for LEGO lovers of all sizes to celebrate, build new creations, and see some truly mind-blowing LEGO sculptures to help set the imagination free.
Regular ticket prices are $24.50, VIP ticket prices $46.50 which include one-hour early entry to the event, goodie bag, and all-day admission to the event. Purchase your tickets to the event online.
This event is a great event for the whole family. The Jungle Book will be performed by the talented kids of Act Too Players. Adapted from Disney’s beloved animated film and the works of Rudyard Kipling, the “man cub.”
Tickets range from $13-$21 dollars and there will be two showings – 1pm on the 21st and 22nd. The play is adapted from the popular Disney film and the works of Rudyard Kipling.
Enjoy a night of acoustic music from Josh Wright and Kolby Koloff. The show will take place in the Westhaven Residents’ Club from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Guests are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to get settled in and ready for the music to start promptly at 6:30pm. Doors will open at 6:00pm. Feel free to bring your own beverages.
Learn more here.
It’s your last chance to enjoy Restaurant Week. During Restaurant Week, 62 independent restaurants in Davidson and Williamson counties offer prix fixe menus and unique dishes. You can enjoy these discounts and dishes through Jan 22nd.
The event encourages locals and visitors to explore and support the local independent restaurant community.
The 62 participating restaurants are members of the Nashville Originals, Nashville’s independent restaurant association committed to sustaining Music City’s diverse dining culture. The organization believes that the individual creativity of local businesses has helped shape the city’s identity and propel Nashville into the culinary hub that it is today.
On April 30th, 1889, Nashville became one of the earliest cities served by electric street railways, developing a 70-mile system by 1915. In addition to its advanced streetcar system, Nashville was also served by two interurban railway systems transporting people from outlying areas including Franklin, TN.
Meet the author of Nashville’s Streetcards and Interubran Railways Saturday. Learn more here.
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