Listen to jazz, eat local food, watch a circus show and more: Five things to do in Williamson County this weekend Jan. 24-26
Five things to do in your area this weekend
Friends of Franklin Parks announced Jamey Parker as the organization’s new president and Thomas Curl and Bob Ravener as its two newest members of its board of directors on Jan. 22.
The new gym offers group training and nutritional planning.
The board chose the name over the other two options presented to them at the meeting, “Oakstead Middle School” and “Oak View Middle School,” in a 10-2 vote.
What to know about the 31st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day march, convocation in Nashville on Jan. 20
The annual ceremonial march will take participants from Jefferson Street Missionary Baptist Church to Tennessee State University.
Nashville Restaurant Week kicks off Jan. 20.
The eatery offers Tex Mex favorites, such as tacos, burritos, enchiladas and more.
Flavors for the tennis- ball-sized doughnuts include s'mores, salted caramel and cherry cheesecake.
The barbershop offers men's styling services with a full bar.
The spot offers signature coffee creations and classic drinks.
The clinic offers urgent care as well as physicals and immunizations.
Mailers for this year's census are expected to arrive this spring.
City staff will provide informational exhibits showing recommendations, and residents are invited to come and go as they like and provide feedback and ask questions.
A public hearing for the proposed annexation will be held at city hall on Feb. 11 before the first of three readings of the resolution.
The application period closes Feb. 15.
The new bar and eatery replaces Puckett's Boathouse downtown.
The purchase comes at a time when the school system is dealing with a shortage of bus drivers, according to WCS Superintendent Jason Golden.
Student holidays for the next school year were approved Jan. 13.
Only two Tennessee schools were selected in 2019.
Shake Shack, Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream and more: 10 tenants confirmed for McEwen Northside in Cool Springs
Take a look at what is coming to the area later this year.
Former City Treasurer Karen Harper stepped into the role in December.
Coffee shop Just Love Coffee and wine bar Vintage Vine 100 are coming to the McEwen Northside development in spring 2020.
The trampoline park features obstacle courses and an adventure hub.