Hey Y'all hosts Dan and Mary explored Cowan and Winchester as these cities welcomed visitors and residents with Valentine's events over the weekend.
The City of Winchester held its 6th Annual Chocolate Walk on the downtown square.
This sold-out event gave ticket holders the opportunity to collect chocolate from participating businesses as they strolled around Winchester. Many locations provided music to add to the ambiance of the day.
This was an excellent opportunity to visit, meet, and get to know business owners who were eager to welcome visitors and residents alike. By providing music and delicious treats, it created a festive atmosphere that encouraged people to explore the city and learn more about what Winchester has to offer.
With shopping, restaurants, coffee, smoothies, movies, baked goods, exercise, a distillery, and new businesses moving downtown, Winchester is positioned for growth and success in the coming months.
Cowan, nestled in the foothills of the Cumberlands, developed in the mid-19th Century as a railroad and manufacturing industrial base. The railroad industry provided the town with a major source of income, which allowed it to grow and develop.
The Cowan Cookie Walk presented an idyllic setting for exploring downtown. Cowan businesses generously offered free cookies to shoppers who were choosing gifts for their sweethearts.
Prissy & Judd's, Valley Vintage, The Franklin House, Los Amigos, AAC Tax Service, Boots and Brew, and Once Upon a Thyme were some of the participating businesses.
There are so many new and exciting adventures yet to explore in Franklin County, that we still feel like we're in the process of discovering it all. Special thanks to all of those in Winchester and Cowan that created amazing events this weekend that remind us...
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