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Slated for a soft opening sometime in mid-to-late January, Academy Park in Franklin will bring an unprecedented piece to the Williamson County Parks and Recreation repertoire. The $9 million park at 112 Everbright Ave. off Columbia Avenue will house a Performing Arts Center and a Senior Enrichment Center, both novel to the county parks system. …

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Saturday is the last day for Williamson County residents to donate food for the drive organized by Williamson County Parks and Recreation benefiting One Generation Away, a hunger relief agency. The public is encouraged to help those in need with a donation of non-perishable food. Desired items are: spaghetti, spaghetti sauce, canned chicken, boxed chicken dinners, …

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The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department invites area seniors (55 and older) to join the fun on a Dec. 14 trip to The Hermitage, historic home of President Andrew Jackson. Walk through the life of Jackson on a tour of The Hermitage, a must-see attraction for Middle Tennessee. Guests will explore the grand home …