Living History Walk
The Brentwood Franklin Woman’s Service Club is presenting a Living History Walk
Ten costumed re-enactors will portray interesting figures in the history of Williamson County. This free event is suitable for persons from school age to adult. Attendees will hear from a commander at the Battle of Brentwood, an Indian Captive taken from his home on Wilson Pike, a confederate soldier who returned home to fight on the land he grew up on, and many others. We hope to bring the rich history of Williamson County alive, and guests will leave with a new appreciation of our Williamson County home.
Let’s walk through the past.
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