Live music, Christmas lights and more: 4 things to do this in Williamson County this weekend, Nov. 22-24

Vintage TN
Vintage, TN will hold a relocation liquidation sale this weekend. (Courtesy Vintage, TN)

Vintage, TN will hold a relocation liquidation sale this weekend. (Courtesy Vintage, TN)

Nov. 22



Celebrate Kimbro’s birthday



The Legendary Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor will celebrate its 15th anniversary of live music by putting on a concert featuring Cam Pierce, Jeremy James Meyer, The Band Mercury and Jake Burman & Co. The music begins at 7 p.m. 615-567-3877. www.legendarykimbros.com





Nov. 23



Get your pet microchipped and vaccinated



The Williamson County Animal Center will provide microchips and rabies shots for both cats and dogs on Saturday morning. Dogs must be leashed and cats must be in carriers. Cash and checks only. 9-11 a.m. $10 (rabies shot), $15 (microchip). 106 Claude Yates Drive, Franklin. 615-790-5590. www.adoptwcac.org





Nov. 22-24



See the Festival of Lights



Explore a mile-long drive of Christmas lights, a trip to Santa’s Village and hot drinks and cookies at Franktown’s second annual Festival of Lights. All proceeds benefit Franktown Open Hearts, a nonprofit organization committed to the success of Franklin’s youth. 6-10 p.m. $25-100. 4215 Long Lane, Franklin. www.franktownfestivaloflights.com





Nov. 22-24



Go to a liquidation sale at Vintage, TN



Vintage, TN is hosting a liquidation sale on all of their items to prepare for its relocation to The Factory at Franklin. If still in stock, the store will be selling art, furniture, vinyl records, books, jewelry and much more at discounted prices. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Free (admission). 1552 Columbia Ave., Franklin. 615-721-7130. www.facebook.com/vintagetn/



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