Listen to jazz, eat local food, watch a circus show and more: Five things to do in Williamson County this weekend Jan. 24-26

Franklin Theatre
The Franklin Theatre will host a live performance from the Brubeck Brothers Quartet this Saturday. (Photo Courtesy Visit Franklin)

The Franklin Theatre will host a live performance from the Brubeck Brothers Quartet this Saturday. (Photo Courtesy Visit Franklin)

Jan. 24



Listen to the Brubeck Brothers Quartet



The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, formed by the sons of legendary jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, will perform a live multimedia show at the Franklin Theatre, including stories from Dave’s sons Chris and Dan about the pianist’s life and music performed by the quartet. 8-10 p.m. $55-$71. 419 Main St., Franklin. 615-538-2076. www.franklintheatre.com



Jan. 24



Watch a cabaret circus show



The Nashville Circus Center will host a cabaret-themed show, where students and instructors of the center will show off their aerial artistry and circus skills at the Roy E. Barberi Theater in Brentwood. 8-10:30 p.m. $10. 1724, Ste. A, General George Patton Drive, Brentwood. 615-678-4739. www.nashvillecircuscenter.com



Jan. 25



Sample local food for Franklin High School



The Franklin High School Parent Association will host Taste of Franklin, a community event with food tastings from over 15 local restaurants, live music and a silent auction. Money raised through ticket sales, donations and the auction will benefit Franklin High School. 4-7 p.m. $20 (adults), $15 (students). 810 Hillsboro Road, Franklin. www.fhsparents.membershiptoolkit.com



Jan. 25



Rock out to the oldies



The Ultimate Oldies Rock and Roll Show will perform a live show at the Williamson County Performing Arts Center celebrating music and culture from the ‘50s and ‘60s, including doo-wop, Motown, girl groups, folk and beach music. Attendees are encouraged to come out in period attire, with prizes to be given to those with the highest hair. 7-10 p.m. $20 (general admission), $15 (seniors). 112 Everbright Ave., Franklin. www.ultimateoldiesshow.com



Jan. 25



Geocache at Owl’s Hill



The Owl’s Hill Sanctuary will be hosting a geocache day, where individuals or groups can search for hidden treasure using GPS coordinates and test their navigational skills using a GPS or smartphone. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. $10 (individual), $36 (group of four). 545 Beech Creek Road S., Brentwood. 615-370-4672. www.owlshill.org



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