Franklin Tomorrow’s 2018 FrankTalks Lecture Series will continue Monday, May 14, at Columbia State Community College in the Community Room in the Administration Building.
The topic will focus on how Williamson County is hitting the high points – literally!
Our goal is to take a fun look at some of Williamson County’s geographically highest points, but also some of the landmark locations for tourism in our county, as well as the vertical growth of downtown Franklin.
The panel for the day will include Tony Turnbow, president of the Natchez Trace Parkway Association, where he is working with NPS to develop programs including trail fitness, cycling safety, living history, and interpretation using smart phones; Matt Maxey, the “storyteller” of the Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau; and Steve Bacon, chief operating officer for Harpeth Square, a $100 million+, mixed-use project in Downtown Franklin involving high-end, multi-family, Hilton Curio Hotel, office, retail, restaurant, and structured parking.
To RSVP, follow this link.
FrankTalks is free and the public is invited. Franklin Tomorrow partnered with Vanderbilt University’s Office of Community, Neighborhood, and Government Relations to expand the frequency of FrankTalks in 2016 to a monthly program. It is held at various locations across the city, but always on the second Monday of the month. Thanks to the added support of Renasant Bank, FrankTalks continues to thrive in 2018.
Special thanks to Columbia State Community College for hosting this Franklin Tomorrow event in May. The campus is located at 1228 Liberty Pike in Franklin.