Williamson Weekend: 7 Things to Do This Weekend

Williamson Weekend

baby fair1. Baby Fair
April 22, 10a-2p
CoolSprings Galleria, 1800 Galleria Blvd Franklin TN 37064

Are you expecting a bundle of joy? Are you a brand new parent or having another baby after a bit of a break? Plan now for The Baby Fair at CoolSprings Galleria taking place Saturday, April 22nd. It’s Nashville Parent’s annual — and popular event that’s all-things-babies.

For more information, click here.

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2. Record Store Day
Sat, April 22

There are two ways to celebrate Record Store Day in Williamson County:

Carpe Diem & Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor
214 S. Martin St, Franklin TN 37064

Carpe Diem and The Legendary Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor will be hosting a Record Store Day Celebration on Saturday, with live music from 11am-11pm at Kimbro’s.

There will be exclusive Record Store Day releases, special deals on vinyl, delicious food and drink per usual, chalk drawing contests for the kiddos, and plenty more!

Learn more here.

Luna Record ShopLuna Record Shop
In The Factory at Franklin
230 Franklin Road, Franklin TN 37064

Celebrate Record Story Day with Luna Record Shop Saturday 9a-5p. They will have a special sale- 20% off all used vinyl, 7″ mystery bundles while supplies last. Some of those will contain gift cards for future purchases.

Learn more here.

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garage sale3. Westhaven Community Garage Sale
Sat, April 22, 7:30a-12:30p
Westhaven, 1001 Westhaven Blvd, Franklin TN 37064

If you love a good deal, garage sales are the place to go. This Saturday, April 22,  Franklin’s Westhaven community will host its Neighborhood Garage Sale from 7:30 am – 12:30 pm. Garage Sales will take place at individual homes throughout the neighborhood.


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Arbor Day4. Franklin’s Arbor Day Celebration
April 22, 10a-2p
Pinkerton Park, 405 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin TN 37064

The City of Franklin will host their Arbor Day event on Earth Day at Pinkerton Park. At the event will be kids activities, information booths, wood carvings, rock climbing and free hotdogs.

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5. Grand Opening of 2 Westhaven Model Homes
Sat, April 22 and Sun, April 23, 1p-4p
Championship Boulevard, near the Westhaven Golf Club

Southland Title & Escrow Co. Inc., in partnership with Westhaven Realty, will host the grand opening of new model homes in the Westhaven community on Saturday, April 22nd and Sunday, April 23rd from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. both days. Guests will have the chance for a first look at two new model homes, each on Championship Boulevard, which will be showcased by Southern Land Homebuilding and Ford Custom Classic Homes respectively.

Learn more here.

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6. Franklin High School Spring Market
April 22, 10a-4p
Franklin High School, 810 Hillsboro Road, Franklin TN 37064

The Franklin High School Class of 2018 will host the 1st Annual FHS Spring Market, a one-day shopping event at Franklin High School. Spring Market is a gift show featuring artisans, craft makers and merchants from the local area. Enjoy shopping for exceptional and unique gifts including apparel, home décor, jewelry, accessories, gourmet foods and sweets.

Spring Market is organized and hosted by the Franklin High School Parent Association.

Learn more here.

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7.Mantra Artisan Ales’ Earth Party
April 22, 2p-6p
216 Noah Dr, # 140, Franklin, TN 37064

Salute Mother Earth at their Earth Day Celebration. Festivities include live music from Madeleine, Chapman’s II Foodtruck and succulent planting!

$1 from every pint sold on Earth Day will be donated to Earthjustice!

Schedule of events:

Music: 3pm-6pm
Food: 2pm-8pm
Succulent Planting: 2pm-6pm *One mini succulent provided for each person, any additional succulents are $3 each. Bring any small container to plant them in – they will grow in pretty much anything!*

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Andrea has always loved the written word. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters in Creative Writing, both from Belmont University. Both sides of her family have lived in Williamson County for generations, so writing for Williamson Source is the perfect fit. She loves to hear stories of what Williamson County was like when her parents and grandparents were young and to write about this ever evolving county is truly special for her.