Registration is open for Winter Pickleball Clinics! For beginner through advanced level players. Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Two-thirds of all pickleball players are over the age of 60, and it is a popular event with local seniors as well as with participants in the Tennessee Senior Olympics.
For additional information and to register, visit: http://www.wcparksandrec.com/a…/senior_sports/pickleball.php. Space is limited.
Nine-year-old Avery Browning is this year’s Academic All-Star for Allendale Elementary School.
The fourth grader moved to Williamson County from Knoxville just a few months ago, but she’s already making a name for herself at the school.
“Avery is a wonderful role-model who gives 110 percent each day,” said Allendale Principal Dr. Cindy Davis. “We are so proud to name her as our Academic All-Star.”
Despite missing multiple days of school so she could have surgery on her foot, Avery is not letting that hold her back especially when it comes to writing which she says is her favorite subject.
“I like to write because I love showing off my imagination,” said Avery. “My grandma bought me this book called Story Starters where you get to finish the story. I made up a story called The Mummy and the Doorknob where a girl on a field trip accidentally brings a mummy to life and they become friends.”
When she’s not writing, Avery can often be found pursuing her other passion.
“I love horseback riding,” said Avery. “I go horseback riding almost every Saturday. I really enjoy it, which is why I might want to do something with horses when I grow up.”
In the meantime, Avery says she’ll continue working hard because she knows it will pay off in the end.
“School is very important to me,” said Avery. “I think it will help me with a lot in life.”
The Kiwanis Club of Historic Downtown Franklin will sponsor this year’s annual celebration of the sights and sounds of Christmas. Winding through the streets of historic downtown Franklin, the parade is a wonderful family event that kicks off the holiday season. The theme for the 2018 parade is “The Magic of Christmas!”
Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 2 PM – 3:30 PM
Jars of Clay bring their “one night only,” Winter World Tour to Franklin, TN! A night filled with incredible musical performances, amazing stories and warm Holiday cheer. Jars will be joined by the ever-talented Alt-Americana group, SHEL along with other very special guests. Ticket upgrades include a special post concert reception with Jars of Clay and the opportunity to enjoy the show while sitting ON STAGE! Special merchandise and recordings will also be available exclusively at the show! This show sells out every year… so get your tickets here!!!
Sat, December 1, 2018
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM CST
Liberty Hall in The Factory at Franklin
230 Franklin Rd.
Franklin, TN 37064
The grounds of Eastern Flank Battlefield Park are sprinkled with candy canes that are ready to be eaten…grab your flashlight and help hunt for the holiday treats! Kids will decorate treat bags for their candy canes before the hunt. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served. Participants must bring a flashlight, and all other supplies will be provided. Feel free to dawn a festive outfit for the event! This event is limited to 100 participants and pre-registration & entry fee will be required. Registration begins November 2, Please call 615.794.2103 to register!
Come enjoy music, Downtown Franklin stores and the exciting Christmas Tree Lighting, featuring music from Holly Williams and JT Hodges, along with the Freedom Intermediate School and Centennial High School Choirs. Get free photos with Santa and many other characters just in time for the holidays! This even will be held Friday, November 30, 2018 at 7 PM – 9 PM
109 3rd Ave S, Franklin, Tennessee 37064