The Walking Horse Owner's Association (WHOA) is hosting its Spring Classic show at the Tractor Supply Co. Arena at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm. For more information or to participate, contact the Walking Horse Owner's Association at 615.494.8822 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their website at http://www.walkinghorseowners.com/ to learn more about WHOA.
The Walking Horse Owner's Association (WHOA) is hosting its Fall Classic show at the Tractor Supply Co. Arena at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm. For more information or to participate, contact the Walking Horse Owner's Association at 615.494.8822 or email@example.com. Visit their website at http://www.walkinghorseowners.com/ to learn more about WHOA.
Join us for the ribbon cutting of Pinkerton Park Storybook Trail on Friday, March 2, at 3:30 at Pinkerton Park. Meet Mayor Moore and other city and county officials. Join Friends of Franklin Parks and come read a story along the trail at Pinkerton Park. Be sure to bring the kids to this super kid friendly event to read a story about forest animals and take a walk along the Pinkerton Park trail.
On February 24, 2018 at 9AM the City of Franklin will be participating in Tennessee Environmental Council's 250K Tree Day! The City will be planting 500 trees along the Harpeth River at Harlinsdale Farm. Trees planted in riparian buffer zones help to treat pollution in storm water runoff before it reaches rivers and streams, helps prevent banks from eroding, and creates habitat for wildlife. Anyone under 18 will need to have a parent sign a waiver for them to participate. Those waivers will be available when you arrive. Don't forget! This is an outdoor event in February! Check forecasts and dress appropriately for the weather. Click here to register.
The City of Franklin Parks is hosting a disc golf course clean-up at Liberty Park on Friday, February 23. Clean-up will be from 7:30AM - 12:00PM, and light refreshments will be provided. If you are interested in participating, please contact the Parks Department at 615.794.2103.
The City of Franklin Parks Department will host a public meeting and give a formal presentation to obtain feedback on master plan concepts for a new park, Southeast Municipal Park, on 180 acres located on the east side of Franklin between Interstate 65 and the Harpeth River. The meeting will be held in the City Hall Training Room at 109 Third Avenue South, Franklin, Tennessee 37064.
The Franklin Polo Academy is hosting it's second annual POLOWEEN event! Come out for a spooky good time on Sunday, October 29. Gates will open at 2PM and the polo match begins at 3PM. The warm-up match is Superheroes vs. Villians, and the headlining match features Franklin Polo vs. University of Kentucky.
Costumes are welcomed and encouraged! Food, drinks, bounce house, costume contest, face painting, polo pony rides, music, live commentated polo match, vendors, & TRICK or TREATING!
General admission is $10.00, and kids 10 and under are free.
Please join the Friends of Franklin Parks and the City of Franklin Parks in celebrating another completed project at the historic Park at Harlinsdale Farm!
A grand opening event for the new warm-up arena at the Tractor Supply Co. Arena at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm will take place on Thursday, October 2 at 2PM. The Friends of Franklin Parks will host a reception following the grand opening.
For more information, contact Torrey at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 615.674.5388.
Get ready for an exciting polo match between USA and South Africa in the Carlock Motorcars Nashville International Cup!
Gates at the Tractor Supply Co. Arena at Harlinsdale Farm will open at 3:00PM and the match begins at 4:00PM.
General Admission tickets are $10, and kids 10 & under get in FREE! VIP Cabanas are available for purchase in advance.
Team USA is sponsored by Windmill Title, LLC
Team South Africa is sponsored by AshBlue
We are thrilled to have our sponsors on board for this highly anticipated arena polo match.
The sixth-annual Friends of Franklin Parks “Raise the Roofs” event promises to be the best party of the summer, including bites from some of Franklin’s most wonderful restaurants, plenty of equestrian-themed entertainment, and a polo match to cap off the evening.
The event, to be held Saturday, August 19th from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., will take over the Tractor Supply Co. Arena at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, with a tented grass berm and the natural beauty of the farm as a back drop. Tickets to the event, which includes food, drinks, live entertainment and a live and silent auction, are available for $100 per person. And for the first time, a general admission ticket is available to watch the polo match for $15. All proceeds benefit Friends of Franklin Parks and the organization’s efforts to continually enhance and connect the City’s 16-park system.
THANK YOU to our event sponsors & participating restaurants!
Click here for more information. Tickets can be purchased here!
What's going on in our Parks with Friends of Franklin Parks and Lisa Clayton, City of Franklin Parks Director.
Join us for coffee and conversation about the City of Franklin's 16 parks, The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, trails, Riverwalk & connectivity. This discussion will take place at the Eastern Flank Event Facility (1368 Eastern Flank Circle). For questions, contact Torrey at email@example.com.
The City of Franklin, WAKM, and Friends of Franklin Parks are partnering to enhance the Fireworks show at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, at 239 Franklin Road, with live music and refreshments at Tractor Supply Co. Arena in the park.
Residents are invited to come to The Park at Harlinsdale farm to park their cars and enjoy the fireworks show. Now Friends of Franklin Parks are encouraging folks to get out of their cars and enjoy the show from the prime viewing area inside the Tractor Supply arena!
Gates to the park open at 5 pm with the Music, Food and Fun starting at 6 p.m., Events and Catering by Suzette will be grilling burgers, brats and hot dogs at the concessions stand, and cold beverages and treats will be available for purchase. This year, Mantra Artisan Ales will be there pouring their locally brewed ales. Guests can grab a seat on the terraced berm or set up blankets and chairs in the arena. At 6:00 pm, live music will begin with The Frank Hurd Band and then local favorite Rubiks Groove will keep the entire family entertained until the fireworks show which begins just after 9 pm.
The Independence Day event is free and open to the public, with food and beverage available for purchase. Donations to Friends of Franklin Parks will be appreciated, and proceeds will be used to make further improvements to the Park at Harlinsdale Farm. Friends of Franklin Parks is currently raising funds to add additional amenities to the Tractor Supply Co. Arena, other structures at Harlinsdale Farm and work on connecting our parks through trails and a riverwalk.
Presenting Sponsors for the Music inside the Tractor Supply Arena are Coca Cola, and Mantra Artisan Ales.
Keep an eye on the City and Friends of Franklin Parks Facebook pages for any weather-related updates.