Trampoline parks, yard sales and cookie classes: 4 things to do in Franklin and Brentwood this Memorial Day weekend

The cities of Brentwood and Franklin have plenty of things to do this weekend before the Memorial Day holiday on Monday.

May 24
Parents' Night Out
Parents can drop off their kids at the trampoline park for a few hours of peace and quiet. Pizza, drinks and socks are included in the price. Tickets limited. $20 for the first child, $15 for each additional siblings. 6-8:30 p.m. Above All Extreme Air Sports, 1647 Mallory Lane, Brentwood. 615-823-5585.

May 24
Egg Hunt + Brews & Baby Goats
This egg hunt is hosted by Noble Springs Dairy and benefits The Tennessee Land Trust. In addition to the egg hunt, there will be beers to sample from Lipman Brothers and the Smoke Et Al food truck. $12 per person, children under 2 years old get in free. 5-7:30 p.m. Noble Springs Dairy, 3144 Blazer Road, Franklin. 615-481-9546.

May 25
Memorial Backyard BBQ Jam & Lawn Sale
Head to Kimbro's for a day of live music, cookout fare and a yard sale including records and items from Carpe Diem. The party starts at 11 a.m. and goes until 6 p.m. Admission is free. The Legendary Kimbro's Pickin' Parlor, 214 South Margin St., Franklin. 615-599-2946.

May 25
Mom and Me Cookie Class
Sugar Drop TN hosts its monthly baking event. Students will learn about icing techniques and more. $60 covers one adult and one student. 10-11:30 a.m. Sugar Drop TN, 7020 Church St., Brentwood. 629-202-6949.


Shake Shack opens June 28 in Cool Springs. (Courtesy Shake Shack, Cheyenne Cohen)
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Lineage Bank is now open in Franklin. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Lineage Bank now open in downtown Franklin

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Flood-prone homes in Brentwood can be elevated according to city codes. (Courtesy city of Brentwood)
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A drug drop-off box has been installed at the Brentwood police headquarters. (Courtesy city of Brentwood)
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people with signs at meeting
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The new marker was unveiled in Pinkerton Park in Franklin. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Caliente Contouring is now open inside Salon Boutique in Cool Springs. (Courtesy Caliente Contouring)
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Officials and members of Legieza's family attended a ceremony June 18 to name a portion of Franklin Road in his honor. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Developers have announced the next phase of mixed-use center McEwen Northside. (Courtesy McEwen Northside, Northwood Ravin)
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Juneteenth marks the day on June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers landed at Galveston and reported that the Civil War was over and slavery had ended. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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The Puffy Muffin offers both savory and sweet breakfast options, including French Toast ($12) served with berries and bacon, sausage or ham. (Photos courtesy The Puffy Muffin)
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