William Franklin Andrews celebrated his newly released Tales of a Native Son with a book signing at First Bank’s location in downtown Franklin’s historic post office. The book is a collection of short stories from nearly eighty years of working and living in Middle Tennessee.
Women in Business of the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce held their holiday mixer at The Barn at Sycamore Farms. The group's events are meant to bring together women of all ages to address issues related to careers and leadership with the aim of creating a robust mentoring and support network.
It was a sea of maroon and white in downtown Franklin as the Franklin High School Rebels paraded down Main Street showing off their school spirit. The homecoming parade has been a time-honored tradition at FHS since 1931. It begins at Five Points and travels down Main Street.
Friends of Franklin Lifestyle convened recently at MAFIAoZA'S Pizzeria & Neighborhood Pub in The Factory at Franklin to celebrate the 2017 Best of Franklin winners. Publishers Jon Golczynski and Christian Houston presented winners with commemorative plaques, courtesy of Southern Trophy House (SouthernTrophy.com | 615.256.7295). PHOTOGRAPHY BY LISA LINN MANLEY.
Menu Maker Catering celebrated the grand opening of its first stand-alone location at 102 Alpha Drive in Franklin. Carryout lunch, meat-and-three options, fresh-packed salads, frozen casseroles, and desserts are available. The store is open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays. Photography by Williamson Chamber.
Ramsey Solutions recently broke ground on its new corporate headquarters in a private ceremony that featured remarks from CEO Dave Ramsey and Governor Bill Haslam. Also in attendance were representatives from the City of Franklin, the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce, Gresham Smith & Partners, and Solomon Builders.
The Westhaven community celebrated the Fourth of July with its annual Independence Day Parade. Neighbors decorated their golf carts and bicycles and lined the streets to enjoy this All-American tradition. PHOTOGRAPHY BY SAM ATLAS.
The O’More College of Design Fashion Show was held recently in the Abby Leix Mansion on the school’s downtown Franklin campus. This year’s show featured collections by faculty and students, including custom designs for the children of Gigi’s Playhouse, a Down syndrome achievement center.
The Heritage Foundation's Main Street Music Festival was held April 29-30 in downtown Franklin. Inclement weather caused the event to close early on Sunday but not before thousands turned out for a weekend of music, arts and crafts, food and children’s activities.