Looking for some fun ways to spend time with your loved ones around Franklin this Holiday season? Well look no further, as the Franklin Downtown Partnership will be hosting its 10th Annual Holiday Happenings event. The events will begin Thursday, December 6th, and will run through Sunday, December 9th. To kick off the activities on Thursday, you may want to stop by Dean College to attend the Dean College Carols and Tree Lighting from 4:00 PM to 4:45 PM. This is a fun opportunity for families to come out and celebrate with the community. You can end the night with a holiday music concert at the Franklin Public Library (fun factoid – this is America’s first ever public library). On Friday families are welcome to attend a cookie decorating class for kids at The Cake Bar between 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM as well.
With Saturday comes the opportunity to take your family to the YMCA between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM for a Breakfast with Santa! After Breakfast with Santa there is a great opportunity to interact with the firefighters and see the fire trucks at the Franklin Fire Station. The Touch-A-Truck will run from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. If you need some time to unwind on Saturday there will be a wine tasting special at La Cantina Winery from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM. You then have the opportunity to wrap up your Saturday night with a performance of Humbug! at the Franklin High School starting at 7:30 PM. Cap the weekend off with some peppermint hot chocolate and holiday muffins at the Intermission Cafe.
The Holiday Happenings in Franklin provide a great opportunity for families, or individuals alike, who would like to support their local community through a fun weekend of holiday festivities. With a wide range of activities to choose from, both kid-friendly and adult oriented, there is will be something for everyone. For the full schedule of activities click the following link to be brought to the brochure. We hope to see you all there for this great lineup of holiday festivities. Please be sure to tell everyone you know. Just like with carolers, the more the merrier!
This post was written by Brookview at Franklin