Top 6 Unique Events For You This November
There’s a crispness in the air here in Franklin, and sweater and boot season is officially upon us! November is right around the corner, and once you come off of the Halloween candy-high, it will be time to start planning your November trip to Franklin, Tennessee! November is the perfect time to check out Franklin- from beautiful fall colors to holiday shopping and events, like the ones listed below. Get yourself a heaping helping of southern charm along with your turkey this month in Franklin.
The Rambling (Nov 1, 2, and 3)
Looking for a unique dining experience? Check out The Rambling, as Southall rounds out its series of events at the beginning of November. Hosted by Chef Tyler Brown, The Rambling is a series of family-style dining events featuring a unique menu crafted by the culinary team on the farm at Southall. You’ll dine under the stars, surrounded by the greenhouses and gardens that will soon serve a world-class luxury resort.
Fall Color Hikes (Saturday, Nov. 3)
Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary will host the last in its series of Fall Color Hikes November 3. See fall colors in their peak during this adults-only hike.
Made South Holiday Market (Nov. 17)
It’s not too early to get started on that holiday shopping list! Get in the spirit as the Made South Holiday Market returns to the Factory at Franklin, bringing more than 100 different makers and artisans. Attendees can also enjoy chef tastings, cocktails, craft beers, and live music.
Shop Small Saturday (Nov. 24)
Speaking of holiday shopping, Franklin is the perfect place to shop small. Our locally-owned boutiques, antique stores, and art galleries offer a variety of unique gift options for family and friends. Check us out on MSNBC’s Shop Small Saturday feature!
154th Anniversary of the Battle of Franklin – Illumination (Nov. 30)
Check out Battle of Franklin Trust’s Illumination honoring the 154th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin. The Battle of Franklin Trust will display luminaries at dusk to honor the 10,000 casualties inflicted during the battle in 1864.
Franklin Christmas Tree Lighting (Nov. 30)
After the Battle of Franklin Illumination head downtown to the square to celebrate Franklin’s Christmas tree lighting, a family-friendly event that is the perfect way to kick of the holiday season. Attendees will experience holiday entertainment and an appearance from Santa!
Now that your month is all planned out, you can relax and chow down on that Halloween candy. What are you looking forward to this month? Let us know in the comments below.