What's New In Williamson

LIVESTREAM! Help for a Disorganized Kid

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ADD or Disorganized Kid? What You Can Do To Help Your Child: Today, April 6, at 11:30 a.m., parents can watch a live stream of “Executive Function Understood” being held at Currey Ingram Academy in Brentwood on helping kids with attention and organization issues. Leading U.S. experts will offer parents and teachers strategies and advice… Read more »

Babywearing’s All the Rage

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Ever heard of a double hammock with a saltwater finish? If you haven’t, you’ve probably never worn your baby. Babywearing — the art of carrying your baby snuggly against your body — has been practiced around the world for centuries, and coming into the mainstream locally. Babywearing International (BWI) of Middle Tennessee — a chapter… Read more »

WillCo Fair Scholarships

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Friday, April 1 is the deadline for turning in student applications for the 2016 Williamson County Fair Scholarships If your high school senior exhibited an entry or volunteered at The Williamson County Fair in years past, he or she may be eligible for the 2016 Williamson County Fair Scholarship. As in years past, The Williamson… Read more »

95+ Education Scholarships

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For many, getting an education comes with a great burden. That’s why you need to explore the Community Foundation’s scholarships! The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, the charitable organization connecting generosity with need in 40 Middle Tennessee counties, is in the process of receiving scholarship applications and invites your teen to apply by Tuesday, March… Read more »

Local Kids Star in “Showmance”

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Got a theater-loving child who’d love to get involved locally? Take him to the theater! Catch a performance of “Showmance,” presented by The Theater Bug and Studio Tenn this weekend. The upshot? “The Bug” — as it’s nicknamed — offers remarkable and original opportunities for kids. The Theater Bug partners with Studio Tenn this month… Read more »