Williamson County Fair, vintage baseball, benefit concert: 4 things to do in Franklin and Brentwood this weekend, Aug. 2-4

The Williamson County Fair is back this weekend, but it is not the only thing to do in the Franklin and Brentwood area this weekend.

Williamson County Fair
The 15th annual fair kicks off Aug. 2 and goes until next weekend. Head down to the Ag Center for rides, fair fare such as funnel cake and various shows. Williamson County Ag Center Park, 4215 Long Lane, Franklin. 615-794-4386. www.williamsoncountyfair.org

Aug. 2
Benefit concert
Anthony Adams and friends will play a charity concert called A Benefit for Momma. Other acts include Jenn Palmer, Nathan Griffin and Brandon Whyde. $10. 7 p.m. Mockingbird Theater, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin. 615-429-0157. www.facebook.com/mockingbirdtheater

Aug. 3
Barks & Brews

Bring your dog to Granite City Food & Brewery. Dog bowls and treats will be available, so you can sit on the patio with your pooch and enjoy a beverage. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Granite City Food & Brewery, 1864 W. McEwen Drive, Franklin. 615-435-1949. www.gcfb.com

Aug. 4
Vintage baseball game

Watch a doubleheader featuring vintage baseball teams at Ravenswood Mansion. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and your own snacks and drinks. The Franklin Farriers Vintage Base Ball Club will take on the Cumberland Vintage Base Ball Club of Nashville at 12 p.m., then the Travellers Vintage Base Ball Club of Brentwood will face the Quicksteps Vintage Base Ball Club of Spring Hill at 2 p.m. Ravenswood Mansion, 1825 Wilson Pike., Brentwood. www.tennesseevintagebaseball.com