The Williamson County Chamber of Commerce held its annual celebration at the Franklin Sports Hall, welcoming more than 300 attendees. Kirkland’s Chief Operating Officer, Mike Cairnes, served as the keynote speaker, discussing innovation and creativity in business.
High Hopes Development Center expands with a ribbon cutting, creating even more great space for its mission of equipping kids and youth with the skills necessary to achieve success through education, rehabilitation and loving support.
Vanderbilt's experienced plastic surgeons are now located in the heart of Brentwood on Franklin Road. The friendly staff and expert doctors provide a range of surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic and reconstructive procedures to restore function, enhance appearance and boost confidence. Welcome to town!
Held at the Westin, the Green Ribbon Gala supports Tennessee Voices for Children, a nonprofit providing leadership, advocacy and hope to advance the emotional and behavioral well-being of children, young adults and families. TNVoices.org Photography by Kyle Gregory Photography
With the goal of ending human trafficking in our home state, End Slavery Tennessee, a Nashville-based nonprofit, put on a perfect party at OZ Arts. The awesome silent auction allowed participants to help raise money for a worthy cause before sitting down to dinner and wine. For more information on this cause, visit EndSlaveryTN.org.
Free and open to the public, the exhibit was held at the 8th Avenue South office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Woodmont Realty and featured the work of Nashville artists Adam of Jigsaw Custom, Buddy Owens and Rick Montgomery. All artwork is available for purchase. For more information, contact the Cork & Canvas Team at email@example.com.
The fifth annual Public Safety Day, a fun festival for families and children to learn about #firesafety, was held at City Park. Brentwood's public servants fired up some young imaginations with talks and tours of all things fire department.
Mind, body and spirit teamed up at Brentwood High in August as football players came together for Outside the Lines, a community outreach ministry to student-athletes in Williamson County. Their spirits thus fed, the young men and their dads then dug into hundreds of burgers and hot dogs cooked up by Embers, Brentwood’s premier outdoor kitchen store. … Continued
The Eddy Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park is the place to be for outdoor summer fun. Family-friendly movies, a wide selection of food trucks and dancing to the bands that rock it in the Crockett. If you missed the fun this year, hang tight. The next summer season kicks off in just nine months!
The doctors at Brentwood Family Dentists have combined their extensive training and experience to provide a comprehensive dental experience for their patients. Brentwood Family Dentists is a tight-knit team that loves gaining a friend with each new patient who walks through the door. 5123 Virginia Way, Suite B-12, Brentwood, Tennessee, 615.221.8837, BrentwoodFamilyDentists.com