Arts & Crafts Programs for Children
Classes range from one time workshops to 6 week long sessions in a variety of mediums: Paint, Stained Glass, Jewelry, Drawing, Sewing and more.
Art Exploration: Arts & Crafts for Teens and Adults
Have you ever wanted to learn how to draw or paint or maybe make jewelry? Here’s your chance to get those creative juices flowing.
The Parks and Recreation Department sponsors the award-winning Children’s Theatre Group – The StarBright Players. Children ages 8 to 15 are encouraged to attend open auditions at various times of the year to perform in musical favorites such as The Wizard of Oz, Oklahoma, Grease and many more – usually 60 to 80 children are cast in each show. We also host the Missoula Children’s Theatre group each year which opens auditions for local children ages 5 to 18 for a whirlwind week of theatre.
Children’s Classes and Programs
We offer a large array of dynamic children’s programs such as gymnastics, music programs, fitness programs, theatre workshops and much more.
Teen and Adult Classes and Programs
Have you ever wanted to try learning a foreign language? How about stepping out and learning to ballroom dance? These are just a handful of the types of programs offered each month for Teenagers and Adults. Check out what is new this month!
Group Fitness (Aerobics, Indoor Cycling and more) classes are led by a team of Certified Fitness Motivators at the Franklin and Fairview Recreation Complexes and at the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill.
Health & Wellness Programs
A variety of Health and Wellness Programs are offered at our facilities in Brentwood, Fairview, Franlkin and Spring Hill to help keep you happy and healthy.
Want to start a new exercise regimen, but not sure where to begin? Consult a professional. Certified Personal Trainers are available to work with you to set up an individualized program for a nominal fee. Our diverse team of personal trainers is available to challenge and motivate clients of all fitness levels. Whether you are a high school student with college athletic aspirations or an older adult seeking improved mobility, we can help you maximize your body’s potential to lose weight, reduce stress and enhance your fitness level!
Free Injury Assessments with STAR Physical Therapy
If you suffer from occasional aches and pains when you exercise, or if you have been repeatedly sidelined by chronic injuries that have impacted your quality of life; sign up for a free injury assessment today! During each assessment, which will last approximately 20-30 minutes, a licensed athletic trainer will examine your strength, range of motion and flexibility; provide information on how to care for your injury or offer guidance for other medical options.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation offers a calendar of year-round; family-friendly special events at our facilities in Fairview, Franklin and Spring Hill.
Summer Programs for Kids
The Parks and Recreation Department offers a number of programs during the summer for children to keep them happy, safe and busy. Programs vary in length, cost and age requirements. You won’t believe all that we have to offer!
Williamson County Community Band
Dust off that old instrument and join the band! The Community Band under the direction of Mr. Ken Krause is comprised of nearly 50 local, amateur musicians ranging in age from high school seniors to senior citizens. They rehearse weekly from February to November and perform at various functions throughout Williamson County.
Operation of the College Grove Artsitorium
This beautiful 306 seat auditorium has been restored to show off an incredible wood ceiling and stage showcasing the “future of the arts in a historic past”. We are proud to offer this “gem” of an auditorium for individuals or groups to rent for such artistic events as dance recitals, plays, musical performances and more. It is also a great venue for movies and meetings.
You can become a Parks Partner! Williamson County Parks and Recreation is currently seeking sponsors for their upcoming programs. If you would like to make a donation (either in the form of needed items or a monetary donation) in order to sponsor a class or event, please contact Laurie Kamunen at (615) 790-5719 ext. 2018.