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.

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.

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.

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.



Franklin BOMA
Changes to short-term rentals and multifamily districts approved by Franklin BOMA with new zoning ordinance

The ordinance includes changes to short-term vacation rental permitting, the creation of zoning districts for multifamily structures and the creation of a Scenic Corridor Overlay District.

Franklin Mountain Bike Trail
Franklin opens the first phase of a new mountain bike trail to the public

The full course will eventually extend to Liberty Park, according to the city.

The new center offers medical oncology, hematology and breast surgical oncology services. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Williamson Medical Center expands, renames breast health center in Franklin

The center has been renamed for a donor and cancer survivor.

The Merrystem
The Merrystem now open in downtown Franklin

The Merrystem held a grand opening for its downtown store Nov. 22 at 117 5th Ave. N., Franklin.

WCS Henpeck Lane Middle School
New Williamson County middle school to be named from public suggestions

Williamson County Schools is accepting name recommendations from the public for its new middle school.

Party Fowl
Party Fowl to open in Cool Springs this February

The restaurant will serve a variety of hot chicken dishes with five spice levels.

WCS School bos
Williamson County Schools to dismiss students two hours early Dec. 10

Students will be released early to ensure buses can drive routes before dark.

The Harpeth Hotel
The Harpeth Hotel opens in downtown Franklin

The hotel will add 119 rooms and suites to Franklin's historic downtown.

Tractor Supply Company
Tractor Supply Company raises over $1 million for United Way of Williamson County

The donation was the first-ever million-dollar charitable campaign for the nonprofit organization in the county.

Nashville Fertility Center opens clinic in Franklin

The clinic opened its Franklin location Nov. 18

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