🌱 Eat The Street Lineup Announced + Local Veterinarians Recognized

Happy Friday people of Franklin! Let’s get this day started off right. Here’s everything worth knowing today in Franklin.

First, today’s weather:

Rather cloudy. High: 81 Low: 62.

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Here are the top 3 stories today in Franklin:

  1. The complete lineup of food trucks for the annual Eat the Street Festival has been announced. This year’s event will feature a total of 32 food vendors, including Tennessee Cobbler Co., The Mac Shack, Bradley’s Creamery, and more. stop by Franklin’s Bicentennial Park on May 6 from 5:00-10:00 pm to get a taste.(Williamson Source)
  2. A local family has made volunteering at the Franklin Rodeo a family tradition. 19-year-old Catherine Ligon says she has been helping her father John direct parking traffic at the event for nearly a decade. This year’s Franklin Rodeo will be held May 19-21 at the Williamson County AgEXPO Park, with performances beginning at 7:00 pm each night. (williamsonherald.com)
  3. Three veterinarians from Williamson County were named members of the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association’s 2022-23 Power of Ten Leadership Program class. The program is designed for young veterinarians who have been in practice for ten years or less. Two of the three doctors, Dr. Hannah Lanter and Dr. Allison Peeler, represent veterinary clinics here in Franklin. (Williamson Herald)

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  • Lizzo is heading to nearby Nashville on a new national tour this fall. Tickets for the event at Bridgestone Arena go on sale this Friday. (tntribune.com)
  • The Williamson County Animal Shelter shared a reminder not to remove baby kittens found hiding in porches, bushes, crawl spaces, and sheds. Learn more about safely rescuing and rehoming kittens on the shelter website! (Facebook)
  • The City of Franklin Parks Department and the Franklin Tree Commission invite residents to celebrate Arbor Day tomorrow at Pinkerton Park. Stop by between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm for fun with kids’ activities, food trucks, local information, a climbing wall, and free tree saplings. (City of Franklin)

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Sean Peek

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