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Christmas Events in Williamson County Tennessee
If you’re looking for some festive events to get you in the holiday spirit, Williamson County has several things going on this weekend that will delight adults and children alike!
Saturday, Dec. 14th
This will soon become a family favorite! Each year on the second Saturday of December, 95 percent of the neighborhoods in Brentwood “light up” for a special night of Brentwood Luminaries. Citizens join together and line their neighborhood streets with candles in paper bags to create a beautiful glow for those driving through viewing Christmas lights and decorations.
According to Brentwood Community Relations Director Linda Lynch, some of these subdivisions include Brentwood Country Club, Lansdowne, Fountainhead, Brentmeade, Foxboro, Chenoweth, Indian Point, Liberty Downs, Raintree Forest, Saratogo Hills, Twelve Oaks, Somerset, Oakhall, Green Hills Boulevard, McGavock Farms, Belle Rive, Foxland Hall, Beech Grove, Twin Springs, Meadowlake, Halbrook, Carriage Hills, Carondelet, and Woodway.
Rain date: Sun. Dec. 15th
29th Annual Dickens of a Christmas
Saturday, Dec. 14th, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 15th, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Downtown Franklin transforms into a Dickens-era Christmas festival, complete with elaborately dressed characters, horse-drawn carriages, a craft bazaar, music, and delicious food. Shops and restaurants will also be open along the 15 blocks for those who are out to see the sights.
Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade
Saturday, Dec. 14th, 2:00 p.m.
Head to historic Leiper’s Fork for a unique Christmas parade experience. This year’s Grand Marshall will be Pam Tillis, and the route is from Southall Road through the heart of town on Hillsboro Road.
Rain date: Dec. 21st
The Factory at Franklin
Each weekend in December, the Factory at Franklin is a popular place for holiday events. See Santa every Saturday from 11-1, and enjoy choirs, bands, and orchestras as you visit the eclectic shops. This Saturday, Dec. 14th, you can also check out an interactive model train display from 10-6.
Twinkling Tennessee Christmas
Dec. 2-30, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Allow someone else to do the driving as you view some of the best Christmas lights in Nashville and Franklin. Gray Line bus tours will take you on this 2.5-hour adventure, complete with a tour of the historic Lotz House in Franklin.