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Dave Ramsey teams up with daughter for new book | Dave Ramsey,Rachel Cruze,Barnes & Noble,Smart Money Smart Kids,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Dave Ramsey teams up with daughter for new book

Williamson County residents Dave Ramsey and Rachel Cruze will be signing copies of their new book, “Smart Money Smart Kids,” at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Barnes and Noble on Mallory Lane in Cool Springs.

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Community band kicks off season May 4 at Brentwood Library

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department will host a free indoor band concert by the Williamson County Community Band on Sunday, May 4, at 3 p.m.

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Arrington horse farm invites families to Saturday open house

Sixty years ago, Polly Grammer and 15 other area kids were the charter members of the United States Pony Club. On Saturday, Grammer and her husband will host an open house at their Peachtree Farms in Arrington, a United States Pony Club-approved riding center.

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Harpeth River Watershed Association plans Earth Day cleanup

Volunteers can still sign up for the first Harpeth River clean-up of the year in celebration of Earth Day Tuesday.

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New Vandy coach Mason to speak at Steak & Burger Dinner | Franklin/Fairview/Williamson County Boys & Girls Club,Steak & Burger Dinner,Derek Mason,Franklin Home Page,FHP
New Vandy coach Mason to speak at Steak & Burger Dinner

Vanderbilt head football coach Derek Mason will be the guest speaker at the 25th anniversary of the Franklin/Fairview/Williamson County Boys & Girls Club Steak & Burger Dinner.

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Summer art camps at Longview rec center | Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department,Summer art camps,Longview Recreation Complex,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Summer art camps at Longview rec center

Williamson County Parks and Recreation will host the 2014 summer art camps at the Longview Recreation Center.

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Large crowd takes part in Battle of Triune re-enactment | Civil War History,Battle of Triune,Battle of Franklin,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Large crowd takes part in Battle of Triune re-enactment

The 2014 Battle of Triune Reenactment at King's Chapel in Arrington, Tenn., saw nearly 300 military and civilian re-enactors participate in activities that would have been everyday life for those living 150 years ago.

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Allenbrooke Farms looks to train next generation of farmers | Allenbrooke Farms,Daniel Allen,Stephanie Allen,Community Supported Agriculture,CSA,World Wide Opportunity in Organic Farming,WWOOF,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Allenbrooke Farms looks to train next generation of farmers

When Daniel and Stephanie Allen bought their farm four years ago, they had one ambitious goal: to put locally grown food on the dinner tables of middle Tennessee families.

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50 artists set to perform during Americana Experience 10-day festival

The lineup for the Americana Experience 10-day music festival was released this morning and includes more than 50 artists in several venues around Franklin and Leiper's Fork in May.

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‘Camp Will’ summer therapeutic day camp registration

Registration for Camp Will, the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s summer therapeutic day camp, will be held at the Franklin Recreation Complex on Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Tuesday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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700 pack 24th annual Friends & Fashion event
700 pack 24th annual Friends & Fashion event

The 24th annual Friends and Fashion benefit Monday at Embassy Suites Cool Springs was a hit from start to finish.

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Preventing child abuse at heart of police HQ's art display
Preventing child abuse at heart of police HQ's art display

Forty-one colorful cutouts representing the 409 area children who received services in 2013 after being physically or sexually abused are now on display on the Franklin’s Police Headquarters’ front lawn.

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20,000 Easter eggs, 2 minutes of fun
20,000 Easter eggs, 2 minutes of fun

Hundreds of children lined the Franklin Recreation Complex soccer fields Saturday morning to hunt for 20,000 Easter Eggs.

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MOVIE REVIEW: 'Winter Soldier' best superhero movie since 'Avengers' | Captain America: The Winter Soldier,Captain America,Marvel,Franklin Home Page,FHP
MOVIE REVIEW: 'Winter Soldier' best superhero movie since 'Avengers'

The summer movie season kicks off early this year with “Captain America: The Winter Solider.” Chris Evans returns as Steve Rogers, better known as Captain America. After being frozen for decades, Rogers is now forced to cope with a mysterious new threat, corruption at the highest level, and a changed world he doesn’t understand.

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Franklin Main Street Festival expected to attract 130K | Main Street Festival,downtown Franklin,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Franklin Main Street Festival expected to attract 130K

The two-day Franklin Main Street Festival is expected to attract 130,000 visitors downtown April 26-27.

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Buttercup Festival returns 'bigger and better' this Saturday | Historic Nolensville Buttercup Festival,Nolensville Buttercup Festival,Buttercup Festival,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Buttercup Festival returns 'bigger and better' this Saturday

The Historic Nolensville Buttercup Festival, a 15-year community tradition, returns Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever, according to event chairman Lamont Claybrooks.

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Patty Griffin, John Hiatt to headline Cross-County Lines festival | Cross-County Lines festival,The Park at Harlinsdale Farm,Americana Music Assocation,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Patty Griffin, John Hiatt to headline Cross-County Lines festival

Americana stalwarts Patty Griffin and John Hiatt will headline the two-stage Cross-County Lines festival in Franklin May 31.

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