KA/ATA Martial Arts now open in Westhaven

KA/ATA Martial Arts held a soft opening at its new Franklin location Dec. 2 at 150 Front St., Ste. 100, Franklin, and plans to hold a grand opening in Jan. 2020. The business has been offering classes at the Westhaven Community Center and the Williamson County recreation center since February, and this is KA/ATA’s first permanent school. The school offers Taekwondo, Karate, martial arts and fitness classes for adults and children ages four and older. 615-807-0686. www.atafranklin.com
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