We are hosting our Annual Black Expo and Youth Fair to provide a platform for local entrepreneur and youth groups to take center stage and increase their visibly. This event is held at Johnson Elementary School located on 815 Glass Lane in Franklin, TN. Booth rental reservations are available through our website on the Young Leaders Network Page. See you soon!
The African American Heritage Society is pleased to announce four couples who are graciously committing their time and efforts to to support the African American Heritage Society and the Tom E. Murdic Scholarship Fund's efforts to support our youth in the area of education at our Annual Prom Night - “A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Couples are needed to compete for Mr. & Mrs. AAHS 2019! Please contact Paulette Johnson at 615-243-7751 or Ashley Patterson at 615-521-4116 for more information. A new flyer will be attached soon. This event is held at the Embassy Suites Cool Springs on 820 Crescent Centre Drive in Franklin, TN.
We are hosting our Annual Juneteenth Celebration - be sure to stop by anytime between 11 am and 3 pm!! Bring your lawn chairs and come have some lunch - kids eat free! Mo Better BBQ & Fish is selling food for everyone else! Plenty of free parking across the street at Johnson Elementary School. See you soon!
The African American Heritage Society (AAHS) of Williamson County has new networking event entitled the Black Coffee Series. We focus on empowering entrepreneurs and professionals by providing a platform to share experience and expertise with open dialogue to express real issues, roadblocks and success. This event is held quarterly on the third Thursday in October, February and May. Join us for a FREE cup of coffee and great conversation. Registration in required through Eventbrite.
Each month, we offer a meeting space for people interested in reading and discussing books and various community related topics. Join our next discussion. There’s no fee or rsvp required. Simply bring a lawn chair and your book. The Book Club meets on the first Thursday of every month at the McLemore House Museum. We hope to see you there!
In the 1930s Franklin Training School teacher, Professor T.J. “Proc” Myers, began a local talent show for his students. Following on that tradition, the AAHS has continued this talent show as a warm-up act to the Black Tie event. It is always fun and entertaining for the whole family. Cost of admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children.