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2018 City of Franklin’s Family Day

Happening Saturday, November 3, at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm

Post Date:10/17/2018 12:50 PM

family day jumping on inflatable horses

FRANKLIN – Everyone is invited to the 2018 Franklin Parks Department Family Day on November 3, at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm at 10am.  Family Day is a free festival open to the public, and will take place from 10am – 2pm at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, located at 239 Franklin Rd. across the street from The Factory in the Historic City of Franklin.

The Franklin Parks Department Family Day offers many opportunities for kids and their families to have a great time on the farm with many activities.  The festival features the miniature train rides, hay rides, pony rides and petting zoo.  Festival attendees can also enjoy cane pole fishing on the small lake on the Harlinsdale property. There will also be music, photo booths and crafts.  All of the rides and activities are open and free to the public. 

Many local businesses are participating in the games and sponsoring the event including Friends of Franklin Parks, Franklin Tomorrow, K-Love, South Wind Apartments, Tractor Supply Co., and The Goddard School. 

The Annual Family Day Celebration is presented by the Franklin Parks Department. The department is committed to promote the love of nature and provide opportunities for enjoyment of the parks in Franklin. 

The Park at Harlinsdale Farm is a Franklin Landmark established in 1935. It was once called the most significant historic farm associated with the modern Tennessee walking horse industry. The Park at Harlinsdale Farm is a passive park, maintaining, and protecting the history of the farm and offers walking/running paths, a catch and release pond, a dog park, and a venue for various public and private events.

For more information please check out our website at www.franklintn.gov or call the event hotline at 615-550-6947

 

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