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LOVE ON WHEELS

Gives Dignity to Foster Kids

FRANKLIN’S RICH HISTORY

A STUNNING BEACH HOME


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Learning to Thrive with Avenida Cool Springs Nikki Jo Boston Avenida Cool Springs Resident Enrichment Director At Avenida Cool Springs, we believe that providing our residents with a rich array of services and programs—along with a great place to call home—is the key to active, healthy, and engaged living. That is why we offer our Five to ThriveTM Resident Enrichment Program, which was developed utilizing findings from a 10-year study on aging. The study found that five key areas have been shown to have a direct impact on healthy aging: Life Activity, Material Security, Physical and Functional Fitness, Cognitive Efficacy, and Social Resources. Our Five to Thrive program addresses these five areas with daily classes, events, and social opportunities. As the Resident Enrichment Director at Avenida Cool Springs, I manage the community’s rich calendar of physically invigorating, mentally enriching, and socially stimulating activities and resources. My goal is to make sure each resident is able to engage in programs that support their passions and enhance their quality of life, while addressing our five key areas of healthy aging. Let’s explore one of those key areas in more detail: Social Resources. Research has found that people with more social support enjoy longer lives. There is real power in coming together—social engagement can result in a stronger immune system, and thus a stronger ability to fight colds and other ailments, as well as improved feelings of well-being, increased serotonin levels, and decreased levels of depression. Plus, staying social is good for the brain, since people who socialize regularly are less likely to suffer from cognitive ailments. Simple conversations with friends over coffee can go a long way in keeping you healthy and active for years to come. At Avenida, we gladly offer numerous Social Resources to our residents to help bring them together for fun, engaging, and stimulating conversations and activities.

OUR FIVE TO THRIVE CALENDAR PROVIDES A NUMBER OF SOCIAL RESOURCES TO OUR RESIDENTS: Morning coffee chats

Community volunteering

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Social hours

Game nights

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Community barbeques

Special interest clubs

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JULY 2019 PUBLISHER

Athena West | athena.west@lifestylepubs.com MANAGING EDITOR

Maria Dinoia | maria.dinoia@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Sunshine and Summertime

Ashley Hutcheson, Linda Dohse, Julie Brown Patton, Brianna Melanson CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Misty Westebbe, Teresa Ginn

BRYAN ADAMS SAID IT BEST IN "SUMMER OF '69" WHEN HE SANG, "WHEN I LOOK BACK NOW, THE SUMMER SEEMED TO LAST FOREVER, AND IF I HAD THE CHOICE, I'D ALWAYS WANT TO BE THERE—THOSE WERE THE BEST DAYS OF MY LIFE." What is it about summer that makes us wish for it longingly and miss it when it's gone?   I'll tell ya. The kids are out of school, families are planning vacations and everybody is swimming until our  fingers and toes are shriveled  like prunes. We also celebrate our nation’s independence with fireworks and barbecues—in fact, check out our Greek salad recipe for an easy and refreshing dish to bring to yours. And if you're still deciding where to take your summer vacation, you'll want to read what we have to say about cruising!  Also in this issue of Franklin Lifestyle, we offer you some sights to see around Franklin if you decide a "staycation" is more your speed. When’s the last time you

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played tourist in your hometown? You'll also read about some wonderful volunteer

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

opportunities if your time allows this summer.

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

This issue is jam-packed with stories and ideas for summertime fun that will make you also say, "Those were the best days of my life." See you at the pool friends!

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson EDITORIAL MANAGER Nicolette Martin AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JULY 2019

FEATURES 26 Sweet Holiday Cruising into Summer

30 Recognizing Franklin’s Culture and History Landmarks that Bear Significance

36 Telling Stories Through Photos Misty Westebbe Photography’s Family Photo Tips

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38 Giving Back is Good for the Soul Three Organizations Share How to Help

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Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

20 Around Town 24 Renovate & Refine 26 Road Trip 36 Our Town 38 Giving Back 42 Culinary Creations 44 Driver’s Notebook 46 Lifestyle Calendar 50 Local’s Choice


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GOOD TIMES

Franklin and Brentwood Lifestyle Magazines Celebrate Women of Influence OP Jenkins Furniture and Design hosted Franklin Lifestyle and Brentwood Lifestyle magazine's Women of Influence luncheon. It was an afternoon of celebration, networking and female empowerment. Guests were treated to lunch by The Chill Spot, cookies by Sugar Drop and raffle prizes from local partners.

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GOOD TIMES

Franklin Jazz Artist Debbie Cunningham Celebrates Release of New Book Debbie Cunningham celebrated the release of her first book, Dancing in the Kitchen: Hope and Help for Staying in Love at Champion Ballroom in Cool Springs. The evening featured speakers, including Debbie herself, hor deuvres, cocktails, singing and of course, some ballroom dancing instruction! DebbieCunninghamJazz.com 

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Local Horse Awarded Diplomat of the Breed Award The American Saddlebred Registry named R. Haitian Legacy the Diplomat of the Breed! “Olaf,” as he is affectionately known, is an American Saddlebred that teaches, promotes and, most importantly, positively affects everyone around him. Olaf is a 13-year old gray saddlebred that received the honor for his contributions in breed promotion and service to the future generations of the Saddlebred industry. ASHA.net

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Effective Leaders Gather at the Nashville Leadership Lunch The Nashville Leadership Luncheon is a premier event on the topic of leadership. Entrepreneurs and senior-level executives, from both for-profit and nonprofit organizations, as well as those who are interested in advancing their leadership skills gather for networking in a dynamic environment. They gain real leadership tools that can go to work with them as soon as they leave. NashvilleLeadership.com

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FRANKLIN'S FIRST TENNESSEE BANK HOLDS GRAND REOPENING First Tennessee Bank recently celebrated the grand reopening of its Franklin Main Financial Center with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony in partnership with the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce. The facility, located in the heart of downtown Franklin’s historic square was modernized after renovations that began June 27, 2016. “With 49 branch locations across Middle Tennessee, First Tennessee Bank serves every community with dedication," says Nancy Conway, Senior Vice President of community outreach. "We

906 STUDIO ARCHITECTS CELEBRATES FIVE YEARS In May 2014, 906 Studio Architects was born out of Michael Hathaway’s desire to create timeless architecture with a unique sense of place and

team serving the city of Franklin.” 231 Public Square FirstTennessee.com

JLS DESIGNS EXPANDS

value for clients. Community-centered and cus-

Franklin-based interior design firm JLS Designs

tomer focused, the firm’s experience ranges from

is excited to announce the expansion of its team

single family and multi-family residential projects

to better serve the growing needs of customers in

to office and mixed-use retail/residential projects.

the Middle Tennessee area. Jennifer Smith, owner

In five years, the firm has  produced award-win-

and lead designer of JLS Designs, says it is the

ning work, positively impacting clients and the

natural next step in continuing to deliver the same

community they call home. The team is comprised

amazing service her clients expect. Her services

of architects and interior designers who collabo-

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BONE AND JOINT INSTITUTE OPENS NEW FACILITY The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, in partnership with Williamson Medical Center,

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100+ WOMEN WHO CARE CELEBRATES GILDA’S CLUB WITH $10,000 DONATION

opened their new $40 million, 121,252-square-foot

100+ Women Who Care of Williamson County,

freestanding medical office at 3000 Edward Curd

one of Middle Tennessee’s newest philanthropic

Lane in Franklin. The facility is designed to accom-

organizations, boasts a unique giving model:

modate orthopedic surgery, arthroscopic surgery,

100-plus women come together quarterly for

sports medicine and spinal surgery. Spaces include

one hour. They spend this time learning about

six orthopedic surgery operating rooms and shell

three local nonprofits. At the end of the hour,

space for additional ORs. Other accommodations

they vote for their favorite. The organization

include outpatient imaging services, physical ther-

with the most votes gets a check for $100 from

apy and occupational therapy, nine private rooms

each woman and goes home with a whopping

for extended patient recovery, physician offices,

$10,000-plus in donations. Last May, at 100+

clinic space and bistro dining with an outdoor ter-

Women Who Care of Williamson County’s

race, along with an after-hours clinic.

second meeting of 2019, Gilda’s Club Middle

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“100+ Women Who Care Williamson County is thrilled to support Gilda’s Club as our second quarter beneficiary,” says Leigh Bawcom, co-director of the organization. “Gilda’s Club is doing significant work in our community to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families and friends. We are excited to be a part of their journey.” Gilda’s Club opened its Williamson county location in May 2018. Housed inside the Provision Cares Proton Therapy Center at 4588 Carothers Parkway, the location is already seeing more than 300 people through its doors each month. GildasClubMiddleTN.org 100WomenWilco.com 

SPECIALTY MEN'S CLINIC OPEN IN COOL SPRINGS A new men's clinic, Apex Wellness Clinic, has recently opened at 725 Cool Spring Blvd. in Franklin. The clinic offers a breakthrough approach

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MOTHER-DAUGHTER DUO DISH UP DELIGHTFUL DESIGNS

A Beach House with Southern Charm

Organic fabrics and shades always are great on windows, and they add so much texture to a room. They look fabulous in a beach house. Many believe they’re much more interesting than wooden blinds.

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CREATIVELY TRANSFORMING LIVABLE SPACES  IS  A  WHOLE PROCESS, A DETAILED APPROACH  THAT  LISA AND LEAH SELVIG ADAMANTLY RELISH.  As interior designers and owners of Invision Home Staging and Design, this mother-daughter team enjoys the planning, hunting, organizing and placement of staging new or remodeled homes.  Lisa and Leah have been frequently asked to lend their design prowess to Floridian beach homes, lake houses and vacation rental properties. They've been incorporating their own version of coastal living styles, often blending natural and organic looks with textures and unusual color combinations, such as navy, oatmeal and mustard. They place rattan with jute and linens.  "We often start with determining the best painting and lighting options  because those are two areas where  you get the most benefits from the money invested," says Lisa.  "We like to achieve authentic, sophisticated looks while still evoking comfy, warm feelings," says Leah.  To that end, Leah and Lisa say they're including reflective surfaces and certain metals in their coastal style of design while mixing it up with gems found at various home decor retailers.  An inspiring example of their beach home staging recently was done in a home within the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, a house owned by a Nashville resident. Working with a four-bedroom bayfront cottage, Leah and Lisa created an inviting, but worry-free, look for the rental property.  Lisa and Leah say they work hard at listening to each client's objectives because they want them to love their homes as their retreats and sanctuaries.

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Relaxed living is the aim by marrying functionality with aesthetics. Choose materials that are durable but that look luxurious and relaxing.


The paint in main living spaces should be peaceful and neutral. Let the art, textiles and lighting do the communicating.

Beach homes should remain neutral and casual. Don’t draw too much attention to the home through the use of prominent, audacious exterior colors. Allow beach houses to blend in nicely with their surroundings.

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CRUISING INTO SUMMER

Debbie’s Cruise Essentials IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN ON A CRUISE,

Seasickness is a concern of many, but

YOU ARE MISSING OUT! A cruise is the

Debbie says, "The ships these days are so

best worry-free vacation there is. You simply

smooth, most folks barely notice the move-

book your trip and show up—hotel, dining

ment of the ship past a gentle rocking. But

and entertainment are all done for you! It's

if you are prone to sickness—or the seas

an exceptional, stress-free way to explore a

get a little rough—there are a lot of over-

good majority of different places. And there's

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nothing quite like the views.

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"A cruise is one of my favorite vacations," Debbie

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and Uncorked Encounters can help you

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with a trip to California's wine country

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look out at the vast ocean around you!"

bon country.

"The last two years cruising to  Europe

"I have to admit that wine country is my

has been amazing," adds Debbie, "So

favorite trip to book," Debbie says. "I love

much history and unique cultures. I got to

to help people experience wine with food

cook with a chef on a wine farm in Tuscany

to see how it really compliments the meal.

and help solve a murder mystery on the

You can do that with bourbon and beer as

streets of Venice!"

well. Microbreweries are popping up every-

She suggests trying to get a stateroom

where. On the Russian River near Sonoma,

with a balcony on one of the upper floors

they have one of the most popular breweries

of the ship. "It is just so relaxing to start

that make Piney the Elder. Folks stand in line

your day with breakfast delivered to your

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CARNTON PLANTATION Carnton is a two-story plantation mansion built in 1826 and completed in 1830 by Nashville Major Randal McGavock. The land was used for farming wheat, corn and potatoes as well as raising thoroughbred horses. After Randal passed in 1843, his son John inherited the plantation. In 1864, during the five-hour Battle of Franklin, John and his family converted their home into a field hospital for wounded Confederate soldiers and assisted the nurses and surgeons as much as they could. Since so many died in the house, and it was the bloodiest battle of the American Civil War, many say the home is haunted. Next to the McGavock family cemetery on the property, John made a twoacre cemetery for nearly 1,500 Confederate soldiers. The surrounding acreage was all battlefield. Now the house is a museum, and visitors can see the blood stains still on the second floor during their tour. CONTINUED >

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RECOGNIZING FRANKLIN’S CULTURE & HISTORY

(CON TI N UED)

CARTER HOUSE Fountain Branch Carter built the brick home in 1830 on 19 acres of land. Fountain decided to pursue farming and grow wheat, Irish potatoes, corn, sweet potatoes and oats. In 1850, a cotton gin was added to their farm, and by 1960, the Carters owned 285 acres of land. The farm grew and prospered steadily until the Battle of Franklin. On the morning of the battle, Union Army General Jacob D. Cox took over the parlor of Carter House and temporarily made it his headquarters. He saw the land around the home to be great for defense and had trenches dug just south of the house, destroying many of their barns. The intense battle left permanent bullet holes in the house and outbuildings. Fountain and his family sought protection in their basement during the entirety of the battle—except for Fountain’s son, Captain Tod Carter, who was returning to his childhood home as well as fighting for the Confederates. Wounded Tod Carter made it back to the house the next day to die surrounded by his family. During the museum tour, visitors will see the room where he passed at age 24. 32

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LOTZ HOUSE German immigrant Johann Albert Lotz was a talented carpenter whose hand-carved designs are featured throughout the home, especially in the three custom fireplaces. In 1869, Lotz was threatened out of the home after making a controversial design on a piano. The Heritage Foundation saved the Lotz House from being demolished in 1974, and J.T. Thompson purchased it in 1991 to restore its historical elements and turn it into the museum it is today. The Lotz family joined the Carters, who were close neighbors, in their basement for 17 hours during the battle as the Lotzes did not think their wooden house could weather the storm. Lotz had bought 5 acres of land for their house from Fountain Carter in 1855. Directly after the battle, the Lotz home served as a hospital for soldiers from both sides until the following summer. Visitors can see the blood stains and Lotz’s patchwork on the floor from where a cannonball crashed through the roof. Matilda Lotz, Johann’s daughter was only six years old at the time of the battle and grew to be a highly recognized painter in Paris and California, where she lived and studied. Six of her original oil paintings are presented in the Lotz house today.

FORT GRANGER Fort Granger was named after Union General Gordon Granger. In 1862, the 275,000-square-foot fort was strategically built by Union soldiers north of the Harpeth River on Figuers Bluff and parallel to the railroad leading to Nashville in order to guard it. Thousands of troops were stationed there, prepared with their weapons, but were soon ordered to leave. The cavalier was at the highest elevation and withheld the most artillery for an ideal attacking post. The powder magazine with a shed built over it to keep it dry was stationed near the middle of the fort and held more than 1,000rounds. The fort was used twice in 1863 when Confederate cavalry forces tried to raid the fort. That June, two Confederates were hung for spying and giving false information to a colonel. Today, travelers can take a short hike from Pinkerton Park to the preserved remains and earthworks around the perimeter of the fort. July 2019 | Franklin Lifestyle

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ARTICLE LINDA DOHSE PHOTOGRAPHY MISTY WESTEBBE

IT IS SAID A PICTURE IS WORTH 1,000 WORDS, BUT FOR MISTY WESTEBBE, A UNIQUE FRANKLIN PHOTOGRAPHER, A SINGLE PHOTOGRAPH CAN TELL A WHOLE STORY. As you walk up to Misty’s home and studio just west of downtown Franklin, you’ll find it hard not to be mesmerized by what your eyes first take in—a little blue house with a white picket fence nestled on 2 1/2 acres of pristine property. As you stroll along the winding path behind her home, you’ll discover distinctive props ranging from a tire swing and ’57 Chevy to a collection of rustic barn doors and a newly completed hobbit house, a Nashville music cabin built by her husband and business partner Bruce. “I am more than just a portraitist; I strive to be a storyteller,” says Misty. “Every prop on our property has a story which makes photographing on our land even more special. Our focus is always on the people, but the props make it exciting and fun for everyone.” Although Misty refers to herself as a family photographer, she explains, “This doesn’t mean you just do families.  It means you’re there for the maternity shoot, the newborn shoot, the high school senior shoot and beyond.” Misty also offers timeless painted portraits. Many gifts are quickly forgotten, but an original Misty Westebbe painted portrait is the ultimate heirloom—a treasure that will be passed down for generations.

Telling Stories Through Photos MISTY WESTEBBE PHOTOGRAPHY

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GIVING BACK

Giving Back is Good for the Soul ARTICLE ASHLEY HUTCHESON

FRANKLIN AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE HOME TO MANY NONPROFITS, CHARITABLE GROUPS AND BUSINESSES THAT FOCUS ON GIVING BACK. Often when you speak to an owner, ambassador or volunteer of one of these organizations, much time is spent praising the local generosity and open arms of this community. These three local organizations rely on that community support and have really found their niche.

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Photo by Misty Westebbe

Love on Wheels WHAT THEY DO Love on Wheels came to be when founder and Veterinarian Dr. Kathy Kunkel learned that foster children are handed trash bags to collect their belongings when changing homes. Located in the back of her animal hospital, the organization provides suitcases, necessities and a note of encouragement to foster children as they relocate to a new home. Love on Wheels is in 45 of the 95 Tennessee counties with expansion expected into Indiana and New Jersey and, hopefully, the remaining counties in Tennessee. HOW YOU CAN HELP You can have your child write a note to a foster child of the same age, volunteer your time or donate needed items. Host an underwear drive to help collect much-needed diapers and undies. Creative? You can visit Love-On-Wheels.org and find directions on making a no-sew fleece throw to donate. CONTINUED >

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GIVING BACK

(CON TI N U ED)

Retrieving Independence WHAT THEY DO Founded in 2012, Retrieving Independence provides training to local inmates to train service dogs that provide love, dignity and change to the trainer. Inmates who are in good standing and show interest interview to be trainers. Often its a story of redemption since this may be the first time the trainer interacts with unconditional love. After two  years, the dogs are placed, and the trainers get to meet the recipient of their hard work. Retrieving Independence is looking forward to moving into the women’s prison and toward using rescue dogs in the future. HOW YOU CAN HELP Do you like to play with puppies and dogs? Then you’d be a perfect volunteer! You can volunteer to be a puppy raiser 8-16 weeks of age, or you can enroll in the weekend furlough program to assist in socializing a dog that is in training. There are also support volunteer opportunities like bookkeeping and intermittent special skill needs.

A Vintage Affair WHAT THEY DO Looking to combine your love of great wine and giving back? Look no further than A Vintage Affair, the three-night event series that culminates in the Main Event located in Liberty Hall at The Factory each April. A Vintage Affair focuses on raising awareness and resources for women and children in need. HOW YOU CAN HELP Missed your chance this April? In October, gather a team and compete and to see if you can be named the Grape Stomp Champion all while supporting A Vintage Affairs’ seven beneficiaries. Looking forward to something in the spring? There’s a little something for everyone; purchase tickets to learn from a vintner, spend your evening with all things country or get gussied up at the Main Event.

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THE WARM WEATHER IS FINALLY HERE, AND WITH IT COMES MORE TIME SPENT ON THE WATER. For boaters, in particular, warmer temperatures and sunny skies mean more opportunities to bring family and friends along for the ride. Before inviting loved ones onto your boat, however, it’s important to review some safety procedures to help ensure a relaxing experience for everyone. WATCH THE WEATHER Summer weather can get ugly in an instant, and a boat can be a dangerous place to get caught in a storm. Before hitting the water, check the weather forecast and make note of any chance of precipitation or storms.  BOAT MAINTENANCE A well-maintained engine is key to enjoying your time on the water. So be sure to check your oil levels before heading out on the water, or invest in an engine that doesn’t require oil changes. LIFE JACKET REQUIRED  Although warmer weather may make swimming irresistible, safety still comes first. It’s important to always wear a life jacket while in the water and to have access to one while in the boat. According to a 2014 study by the United States Coast Guard, 84% of victims who drowned during a boating accident were not wearing a life jacket at the time of the incident. While they may seem like a hassle, life jackets really do save lives. DON’T DRINK AND BOAT An ice-cold beverage and boating can go hand in hand. However, just as with driving a car, it is illegal to operate a boat while intoxicated across the United States. In fact, being intoxicated on the water can be even more dangerous than being intoxicated on land. Unsteady footing, sun, wind and even engine noises accelerate a drinker’s impairment. So before your next outing, make sure you, your boat and your passengers are all ready to go—and enjoy the ride!

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Baseball comedian Domingo Ayala

FRANKLIN ON THE FOURTH

FRANKLIN ART SCENE

are welcome along with the public!

Food, crafts, a kids zone and a chil-

It's a free, monthly art crawl that

dren's parade are just a few of the

takes participants through down-

festivities that make up this annual

town

event. Presented by the Franklin

ings and  celebrates

Lions Club together with the City of

County’s unique artistic talent! The

Franklin, this year's festival kicks off

Downtown

at 10 a.m. and runs through 8 p.m.

presents the Franklin Art Scene, held

It's an exciting patriotic event that

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the first Friday of each month, which

honors our own local heroes! Kids of

includes dozens of sites in downtown

all ages will enjoy live-action demon-

Franklin. This is a recurring event.

strations, policeman versus fireman

Downtown Franklin

and country artist Josh Pruno will be featured. All teams participating TCEastCoastBaseball.com

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Williamson

COMMUNITY HEROES CELEBRATION

Association

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tug of war competitions, emergency

FIREWORKS AND FUN AT HARLINSDALE

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Music and fun are a prelude to the fireworks show that begins at

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BIG SOUTH REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP CONCERT SERIES

general admission to Tennessee fire-

Ladd Farms proudly salutes our Hometown Heroes by offering free men, sheriffs and policemen, active/

Factory at Franklin

retired military, teachers, nurses, doc-

approximately 9 p.m. The event is

The Big South Regional Championship

tors and their immediate family during

put on by the City of Franklin and

is a baseball tournament in its fourth

our Community Heroes Celebration.

its sponsors, 6-9:30 p.m.

year that will now host an annual con-

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music will be in Franklin's historic

AN EVENING WITH MICHAEL BUBLE

VINTNER’S TASTING FEATURING DOMAIN SERVIN AND HEITZ CELLAR

historic backdrop is the perfect place

1808 West End Ave., Nashville

Franklin's own Grand Ole Opry stars

Buble has already completed five

The Vintners’ Tasting, the second

Sam and Kirk McGee. Proceeds

sold-out world tours, won four

event of the 40th Annual l’Eté du

benefit

Grammy awards and sold more than

Vin, is a must for wine enthusi-

Cultural Arts Commission.

60 million records over the course of

asts. The event includes a seated

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Domaine Servin and Heitz Cellar

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KIDS DAY

Harpeth was started in 1991, and the for a weekend of music in honor of

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Williamson

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BLUEGRASS ALONG THE HARPETH

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Keepsakes REMEMBERING A TRIP TO THE VOLUNTEER STATE EVERYONE WANTS A SOUVENIR FROM A PLACE TO WHICH THEY HAVE TRAVELED. Souvenirs serve as a token of remembrance of time well spent with friends and family. But instead of shot glasses, keychains, pencils and T-shirts, why not try something different like a needlework canvas? Steer your out-of-town relatives and visiting friends away from the usual souvenir shops and check out these Tennessee canvases from Nashville Needleworks.  

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